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Marrakech: 4 Day Itinerary

The city of Marrakech is a compelling place that successfully combines ancient customs with a lively and contemporary ambiance. Our luxury four-day itinerary takes you on a sensory voyage through the city's vibrant souks, breathtaking palaces such as the Bahia Palace and the Saadian Tombs, and the lively Jemaa el-Fnaa square. 


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Luxe Marrakech Absolute Musts

YSL Museum - Homage to Moroccan heritage of Yves Saint Laurent, fashion, and art. Neighboring boutique shopping.

Hotel La Mamounia  - Luxury haven that combines history, refinement, and first-rate service. See the spa, you have to.

Dar Yacout - Fine Moroccan dining with delicious food and a magical atmosphere.

Luxe Marrakech Itinerary & Map 

Navigate your way through Marrakech with our recommended itinerary and map. View Google Maps with color-coded areas in interactive mode and access our scheduled list of spots.

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Daily Plan Summary

Riad Sakkan


Day 1


Jemaa el-Fnaa






BLISS Riad Marrakesh


L'Hôtel Marrakech


Day 2


Mustapha Blaoui


Dar El Bacha Museum


Hammam De La Rose - Marrakech


Nomad Marrakech


El Fenn Hotel, Restaurant and Rooftop Bar


Day 3


Yves Saint Laurent Museum


Jardin Majorelle






Sahbi Sahbi


Bar Le Churchill, Marrakech · La Mamounia

ysl museum


Dar Yacout

Day 4


Ben Youssef Mosque


Bab Agnaou


Badi Palace


Bahia Palace




Hammam Visit

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Kabana Rooftop


La Grande Table Marocaine

Marrakech Day 1: Medina Orientation

riad sakkan master room
Riad Sakkan, Primary Suite

A fascinating riad, Riad Sakkan is tucked away in the center of the Medina. The real architecture, captivating tilework, and peaceful courtyard offer a serene haven from the bustling bustle of the city. The riad provides comfortable rooms, sincere friendliness, and a fully immersed Moroccan cultural experience. Veerle, the manager, is a fantastic host who makes sure visitors have a great vacation.

Explore the Medina

The lively labyrinth of little lanes and busy souks is the Medina. The center of the Medina, Jemaa el-Fnaa square is encircled by ancient sites including Bahia Palace and the Koutoubia Mosque. Discover the marketplaces, take in the old city center of Marrakech's rich cultural tapestry, and admire the classic architecture.

A taste of Down Under is available on the menu of modern Australian restaurant Plus 61. Showcasing a blend of Australian flavours with international influences, it is situated in a lively environment. From filling brunch selections to creative dinner fare, Plus 61 provides a distinctive eating experience in a laid-back setting.

Offering a calm and genuine Moroccan spa experience is Bliss Hammam. Relaxation and renewal are offered by its classic design, calming atmosphere, and luxurious treatments. Savor opulent massages, beauty treatments, and hammam ceremonies as you become fully immersed in the age-old Moroccan health customs.

Within the boutique hotel owned by Jasper Conran, the L'hôtel Marrakech restaurant blends Moroccan elements with modern décor. The menu highlights seasonal ingredients and imaginative presentations in a blend of regional and international tastes. In this chic restaurant, take in great food and a laid-back vibe.

Marrakech Day 2: Medina Shopping

Dar el Bacha Museum
Dar el Bacha Museum

Souk Shopping

It's a colorful and engaging experience to shop in the Marrakech Medina souks.Mustapha Blaoui sells one-of-a-kind Moroccan crafts and décor items including lanterns, ceramics, and rugs in his boutique. Additional souk boutiques feature regional handicrafts, including traditional apparel, textiles, spices, and leather items. Experiencing the busy lanes, negotiating with sellers, and finding hidden treasures make shopping in the Marrakech Medina souks an amazing journey.

A interesting look into Moroccan history may be had at Dar el Bacha Museum. Showcasing a vast collection of artwork, antiques, and historical items that eloquently capture the nation's many customs, it is housed in a former palace. Don't forget to stop at the cafe next to the exit after exploring; its atmosphere and décor are rather interesting.

Modernity and Moroccan charm are expertly combined in the hip restaurant Nomad. Its rooftop patio has breathtaking views of the Medina and offers an innovative menu of modern Moroccan-inspired meals. It is a culinary destination you really must see because of its chic décor, cozy atmosphere, and delicious food.

Offering a sumptuous and classic Moroccan spa experience is Hammam de la Rose. Its calm atmosphere, calming therapies, and knowledgeable therapists let visitors to unwind and reenergize. The magnificent architecture and careful attention to detail of the hammam produce a truly remarkable health haven.

The El Fenn Rooftop restaurant provides a unique dining experience while perched atop the El Fenn boutique hotel. A blend of Moroccan and international tastes are served to guests with breath-taking views of the city. Foodies should make time to visit this place because of its lively atmosphere, chic décor, and personal service.

Marrakech Day 3: Gueliz

ysl museum with brett and giselle
Yves Saint Laurent Museum

A cultural organization honoring the memory of fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent is the YSL Museum. Among his many works are clothes, accessories, drawings, and pictures. The museum's modern design, well chosen installations, and immersive displays offer an engrossing investigation of Yves Saint Laurent's avant-garde creativity and his deep ties to Morocco.

Renowned for its brilliant blue buildings and verdant foliage, the Majorelle Gardens are a botanical haven. The gardens, designed by French painter Jacques Majorelle, are peaceful with quiet paths and unusual plants. The charming blue villa, which is now the Berber Museum and displays the rich cultural legacy of Morocco's native people, is the main attraction.

Boutique Shops

A contemporary shopping experience with a variety of local and foreign boutiques can be had in the Gueliz area. Known for its well chosen assortment of clothing, accessories, and homeware, 33 Rue Majorelle is a chic concept store. Leading design store Moro features modern Moroccan furniture, décor, and crafts. Gueliz offers distinctive shopping choices that combine historic and modern styles in each of its locations.

Sahbi Sahbi celebrates Moroccan customs in its restaurant decor, which highlight regional materials, tones, and textures. Observing the cooks prepare traditional Moroccan cuisine is possible thanks to the open kitchen in the middle. It celebrates the art of sharing recipes while revealing the mysteries of Moroccan cooking in a singular eating experience.

A classic elegance and refinement permeate the Churchill Bar at La Mamounia hotel in Marrakech. Inspired by the hotel's stays by Winston Churchill, the bar provides a sophisticated environment in which to savour excellent spirits and cocktails. Visit the must-see spa and spend some time touring the grounds. Actually quite amazing.

Dar Yacout is a treasure well-known for its magical Moroccan food. The restaurant is housed in a classic riad and has a real feel thanks to its elaborate décor and calming music. Excellent Moroccan food is included on the menu, and the personal service enhances the whole special dining experience.

Marrakech Day 4: Medina

Royal Mansour Hotel

Architectural Tour

Explore the rich history and architectural treasures of Marrakech on an engrossing tour. Explore the architectural wonder that is the Ben Youssef Mosque and take in the minute features of the Bab Agnaou Gate. Take in the vivid past of the city by seeing the splendor of Bahia Palace and the majesty of Badi Palace.

Modern decor and classic Moroccan cuisine are combined in the Medina's L'mida restaurant. Its menu combines Moroccan and foreign fare with items influenced by regional products and culinary customs. Dining at the restaurant is made unforgettable by its chic atmosphere, attentive service, and creative food.


Plan a second visit for your last day if you like Bliss or Hammam de la Rose. Savour the treatments before carrying on with your trip.

Kabana provides expansive city views together with a stylish and vibrant atmosphere. International food and a range of beverages are served on the rooftop bar and restaurant. It offers a lively rooftop experience right in the center of Marrakech with its contemporary design, lively ambiance, and entertainment and music combination.

Showcasing Morocco's rich culinary legacy, The Grand Table Moroccan provides a fine dining experience in the Royal Mansour Hotel. Serving delectable dishes made with real spices and regional ingredients, the restaurant specializes in traditional Moroccan food. A memorable eating experience is created by the sophisticated ambiance, kind service, and delicious cuisine.

Luxe Marrakech Extensions

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