Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Marrakech

Kif Kif
Away from the main body of souks this little shop is the perfect stop off for any last minute gifts.
KIS Boutique
Fresh, light and airy accessories and fashion boutique in the heart of the Medina...
Kosybar
Kozybar also offers a romantic ambience and good views from the roof terrace.
Kosybar
Koutoubia Mosque
The southern half of the Medina is somewhat less hectic than the north, and is primarily a residential area. Filled with some of Marrakech's cultural landmarks, the South Medina is a popular tourist spot. The Koutoubia Mosque acts as a Moroccan lan
Ksar Char-Bagh
Ksar Char-Bagh, set in the Palmeraie outside Marrakech is one of the city's most beautiful and luxurious hotel in a clean and understated elegance...
Ksar Char-Bagh
Set in a modern Persian palace, this is undoubtedly one of the finest restaurants in the city.
Kssour Agafay
This 15th century riad doubles as a formal yet unique members club.
Kulchi
Consistently good clothing and accessories even if a little on the expensive side.
L’Abyssin
Simplicity and excellence in both decor and cuisine
L’Orientaliste
L'Orientaliste laid out over 2 shops has everything from paintings to perfumes.
La Cabane D’Ali Baba
Crammed full of hundreds of types of beads you could easily spend hours rummaging through this small but perfectly formed little shop.
La Grande Table Française
An elegant restaurant found at the Royal Mansour in Marrakech, La Grande Table Française serves fine French cuisine in romantic surrounds.
La Grande Table Marocaine
Moroccan cuisine doesn’t get much more indulgent than at La Grande Table Marocaine at Royal Mansour, one of three restaurants helmed by chef Yannick Alléno.
La Maison Arabe
This cookery course is the perfect way to learn some classic Moroccan dishes and relax by the pool away from the city heat.
La Maison Arabe
La Maison du Kaftan Marocain
The name says it all; kaftans in all shapes colours and sizes.
La Mamounia
The grande-dame of Marrakech's hotel scene, La Mamounia has has welcomed everyone from the Queen of England to Winston Churchill.
La Mamounia Casino
The impressively grand casino is always filled with a multitude rich gamers.
La Pause
La Pause
Just 45 minutes out of town owner Frederic offers trekking cycling and crazy golf to name just some of your options.
La Porte d’Orient
With the front room specialising in wood the private room through the back hold many more treasures.
La Roseraie
Although La Roseraie is further out than some of the other stables it's a prime location for exploring more of the Atlas Mountains whilst you're there.
La Sultana
Coming to Marrakech and not experiencing the delights of a hammam and a gommage is a crime. This small but sophisticated spa is the perfect place to try out the traditional treatments.
La Sultana
La Trattoria Di Giancarlo
Formerly one of the city's finest Italian eateries, La Trattoria is now a little more hit and miss.
Lalla
Lalla is THE place to go for beautiful handbags, purses and silk pouches by Laetitia Trouillet. With a Notting Hill pedigree the store is suitably chic.
Le Bis Jardin
Stylish new restaurant with sleek design and inventive French cuisine.
Le Comptoir Darna
Elegant and passionate, Le Comptoir's bar is always vibrant, even on weeknights.
Le Foundouk
Le Foundouk makes a pleasant spot for lunch as well as a romantic evening option.
Le Jacaranda
Jacaranda is a decidedly charming space with food that surpasses expectations.
Le Jardin
A peaceful, secluded courtyard restaurant within the bustle of the Medina, Le Jardin serves fresh juices and delicious international and Moroccan cuisine.
Le Lounge
Sip a cocktail at Le Lounge's red-themed interior, or outside on the terrace.
Le Marrakchi
An intimate and romantic a la carte Moroccan restaurant on the edge of the Place.
Le Square
An interesting Asian-French menu served in a pleasant garden.
Le Tanjia
Le Tanjia serves mouth-watering international and Moroccan food in stylish surroundings in the heart of the Marrakech Medina.
Le Tobsil
Tobsil is reckoned by many to be the best eating establishment in Marrakech.
Le Trou au Mur
Opened by the team behind Riad Farnatchi, Le Trou au Mur specialises in authentic Moroccan food and takes its inspiration from traditional home cooking.
Leroy’s Kfe
Located out in Palmeraie Leroy's Kfe is perfect for a light lunch.
Les 5 Djellabas
Your very own African hut complete with luxury spa facilities and exquisite cuisine. With stunning sights and adventurous activities on your doorstep, you're spoiled for choice at Les Cinq.

Sign up for our newsletter

We'd love to keep you up-to-date with what's really going on around the world, from the hottest new restaurants and mind-blowingly beautiful hotels, to thumping underground clubs and world-class art galleries. Sign up to learn more - we promise you it'll be worth it...

X

Follow Us