- Family Friendly
- 3 Swimming Pools
- Gorgeous gardens
When visiting Marrakech, we normally recommend staying in a riad in the medina, however if you’re looking for somewhere to purely relax without being overwhelmed by the hustle and bustle of the city, then the Beldi is a superb alternative. With spacious rooms, beautiful gardens and swimming pools the Beldi is a great choice, especially for families.
In total the hotel has 28 rooms, including 3 family rooms and 3 family suites. There are 3 swimming pools exclusively for hotel residents (1 is heated, the other 2 are not) and 1 swimming pool (and baby pool) which is for residents and day guests. There are several restaurants for lunch and dinner (dinner costs around €25pp) and a selection small artisan shops. Children will enjoy the pottery classes and, in the evenings, the small home cinema. For parents who are looking for an evening off child minding services can be arranged. There is a spa & Hammam, wifi is available in all the communal areas.
If you do feel like heading out to explore Marrakech is just a short taxi ride away (around 15mins, around €10each way).
When planning your holiday please consider that in peak months (Christmas, Easter and October) a 4 or 5 night minimum stay policy is usually enforced.
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The perfect way to introduce your family to Morocco - explore the Atlas Mountains, ride a camel & explore in a boutique palmery hotel
Luxury 1 week
Relaxing twin centre Marrrakech family holiday staying in a traditional riad & boutique resort. Includes a day trip out to the Atlas Mountains.
Tailor-made Classic 8 days
Thanks for organising an excellent holiday for us. It's my first time using Tourdust and I've been really impressed and will certainly be recommending you to friends and family. You provided an excellent level of service all the way through, and the bespoke nature of the trip was fantastic whilst being really good value for money.
- Le Kasbah de Toubkal blew us away - one not to miss!
- The trek was amazing and my kids loved it. The camping was really fun, the food was excellent, and I'd particularly call out our guide Rashid who was fantastic show especially with my kids.
- Riad Adore was outstanding - far exceeding my expectations - it was beautiful and we were very well looked after
- Le Doux Tour was luxurious and a nice relaxing way to end the holiday.
- Logistics were great and our main driver Mustapha was brilliant
If there was one build / thing I would change, it's a very small one but some candles / lanterns to use in the evening whilst camping would have made it easier to stay outside for a bit longer.
Mark Dilley reviewing Boutique Marrakech & Atlas Mountains on 07 June 2016
We had a brilliant holiday in Morocco courtesy of Tourdust this Summer (2015). Despite any anticipated difficulties of travelling to a country with a different culture and language we found everyone involved with our trip really friendly and helpful. The accommodation in all three areas was delightful, all in different ways, the food delicious and all the transfers involved worked very smoothly which really took the stress out of things. Trekking in the extreme heat of August requires a level of fitness which I personally found a struggle, but the guide made it possible to go at a speed that was comfortable. My two teenage sons really enjoyed the trip as well. Tourdust were really helpful before travelling in helping with any last minute issues. I would really recommend this trip.
Hazel Bayley reviewing Morocco Family Holiday: Kasbahs, Mountains & Souks on 02 September 2015
We had a fantastic time and were very impressed with the smooth organisation throughout, so please pass my thanks on to the team and in particular to Ben who suggested and planned our stay. Waking up on the morning of my 30th in the mountains and hiking up to a waterfall in the snow was certainly the best memory which will stay with us for years!
We felt the riad in Marrakech was wonderful and were very looked after by the hosts. I think we should have perhaps tried to be a bit more organised with sightseeing as it is so hard to navigate the city and a lot of walking. In hindsight a guide would be good even though we never feel we need one being stubborn travellers.
The trek was impressive and Mohammed and Samir were good fun. It was challenging but the right level for us and we really felt it was a great achievement.
Lastly, we both really, really rated Domaine Malika which is hands down the best hotel we have stayed in (I used to stay in plenty of 5 * European and LHW hotels in a previous job? so that's a high praise for us).
We thought we'd been checked into the biggest room in the place and it was just the basic room. The staff were brilliant and the pool/food/décor all wonderful. Next time, we would head straight here, take a day taxi into Marrakech, and then a day or two trek away from the hotel as we loved it so much.
Claire Baker reviewing Boutique Marrakech & Atlas Mountains on 27 April 2015