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Luxury Palmeraie villa with pool !
Luxury Palmeraie villa with pool !
6位房客
3间卧室
5张床
2个卫生间
6位房客
3间卧室
5张床
2个卫生间
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适合家庭入住的别墅是3间别墅,包括2间独立浴室,位于一个安全的私人区域,距市中心仅10公里。
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Perfect for families, the villa is a 3 room villa, including 2 individual bathrooms, in a secure and private domain only 10 mn away from the city center.

房源

该公寓设有游泳池和一个广阔的花园中的网球场,您可以在一个安静而豪华的地区逗留。别墅位于豪华的Palmeraie,距离高尔夫球场几分钟。 其他特点: 设备齐全的厨房,无线网络,卫星电视。 客厅和餐厅,烟囱(订单上提供木材)。 空调 停车场可用 关于马拉喀什: 被称为“奥切尔市”的马拉喀什是摩洛哥历史上最重要的前皇家城市。 马拉喀什是摩洛哥最大的传统市场(souk),也是非洲和世界最繁忙的广场之一,Djemaa el Fna。广场上有杂技演员,故事讲师,水卖家,舞蹈家和音乐家。在晚上,广场上的食物摊开在一个非常繁忙的露天餐厅。 帝国城市黄金时代的城墙,花园和精致的宫殿现在是文化,体育,艺术和经济热潮的背景。马拉喀什意味着在短暂的空间中风景的变化,气候宜人;这意味着要在城市中提供的1000项活动之间选择痛苦。您会在这个城市的众多水疗中心之一进行一场热闹的购物场所或放松身心的仪式吗?您是否想在最新的时尚休闲酒吧品尝传统的tagine或尝试马拉喀什风味的小吃?您可以选择融入Jemaa el Fna热闹的人群,并在一个时尚的夜总会聆听最棒的DJ完成傍晚。您将在高地图集中滑雪,还是在白雪皑皑的阿特拉斯山脉山脚下与大自然一起滑雪?更重要的是,这些都是为什么,一旦你从马拉喀什回来,你会很快找到另一个理由回到那里。
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The residence has its swimming pool and a tennis court in a vast garden to enjoy your stay in a quiet and luxurious area. The villa is located in the luxurious Palmeraie within minutes of Golf courses.

Other characteristics:
Fully Equipped kitchen, WiFi, satellite television.
A living room and a dining room, a chimney (wood supplied on order).
Air conditioning
Parking lots available


About Marrakech :

Marrakech , known as the "Ochre City", is the most important former imperial city in Morocco's history.

Marrakech has the largest traditional market (souk) in Morocco and also has one of the busiest squares in Africa and the world, Djemaa el Fna. The square bustles with acrobats, story-tellers, water sellers, dancers and musicians. By night food stalls open in the square turning it into a huge busy open-air restaurant.

The ramparts, gardens and fine palaces of the imperial city's golden age are now the backdrop for cultural, sporting, artistic and economic fervour. Marrakech means a change of scenery in the space of short hop with a predictably pleasant climate; it means suffering the agony of having to choose between the 1,000 activities on offer in the city. Will you engage in a feverish spot of shopping or relax with a well-being ritual in one of the city's many spas? Would you prefer to sample a traditional tagine or try out Marrakech-style tapas in the latest stylish lounge bar? You have a choice between blending into the lively crowd in Jemaa el Fna and finishing the evening in a fashionable night club listening to the greatest DJs. Will you go skiing in the High Atlas or be at one with nature in the foothills of the snow-capped Atlas mountains? What is more, these are all reasons why, as soon as you have returned from Marrakech, you'll quickly find another reason to go back there.

房客使用权限

您将可以使用所有的住宿设施,如游泳池和网球场。 花园,游泳池和网球场与其他居民共享。 可选服务 保姆:每小时€7 租车:每天30欧元 入住期间的客房服务:每天20欧元 停车:可用
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You will have access to all of the residence amenities such as swimming pool and tennis court.
The garden, the swimming pool and tennis court are shared with the other residents.

Optional services
Babysitting: €7 per hour
Car rental: €30 per day
Housekeeping during stay: €20 per day
Parking: available

与房客的互动

不要犹豫,通过电子邮件,电话或空气收件箱与我联系。
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Don't hesitate to contact me via email, phone or airbnb inbox.

其他注意事项

在马拉喀什10个伟大的事情要做 围绕库图比亚清真寺 Koutoubia清真寺的尖塔,马拉喀什最着名的象征 - 建于传统的Almohad风格,并配有四个铜球 - 从近和远可以看出。 这不是那么高(77米),但是由于当地的地形和当地的法令禁止麦地那的任何其他建筑物高于棕榈树,它在其周围壮观起来。 仍然是一个积极的礼拜场所,非穆斯林也许不会进入。但是可以通过双方走动来欣赏外观的美景。 在露天市场上散步你的迪拉姆 在马拉喀什,浪费时间的方法还不乏徘徊在似乎无休止的市场迷宫之中。 Jemaa El Fna以北的麦地那地区至少在其更中心的地区是商业的 - 有一个纤维网的露天市场。从北边开始,露天小屋包括小型零售隔间小巷的小巷。你进一步冒险,他们变得更有趣。 他们心中的两条主要路线是半精准的(也称为Souk Semarine)和Mueassine路;前者提供更充分的集市,后者是一个更加镇静的道路,导致选择精品店。 每个部门都有自己的专长:地毯和纺织品;羊毛帽和熟的蜗牛;香料和魔术用品;棉花,服装,卡夫人和毯子,最重要的是沙拉包和篮子,您需要携带所有的购物。 3.了解伊斯兰教经文和法律 本·尤塞夫·梅德萨(Ben Youssef Medersa)是一个致力于伊斯兰教法和法律教学的古兰经学派,成立于14世纪,随后在16世纪扩大。上世纪90年代由文化部提供了进一步的研究。 入口通过一条长而凉的通道,通向伟大的庭院,一个以充满水的盆地为中心的宁静的地方。周围的外墙采用zelije瓷砖,灰泥和雕刻的雪松装饰,全部采用克制。在远处是具有最丰富的装饰的圆顶祷告厅,特别是在mihrab周围,拱形的利基表示麦加的方向。 在入口前庭,通道和两层楼梯通往100多个小窗户的学生的房间,集中在小的内部灯孔。中世纪似乎似乎,中介者直到1962年才继续使用。 本优素福Medesa,本优素福。每天上午9时至下午6时30分 多一些新线程 Akbar Delights(Souks 45 place Bab Fteuh)是一家法国高档的精品店,专门从事克什米尔的奢侈服装和纺织品,其中一些产品是根据自己的设计而设计的。这个微小的空间被刺绣的上衣和连衣裙,棉花长袍,丝绸披肩和围巾以及闪烁的金色肩背包裹着。唯一的摩洛哥摩洛哥项目是一些非凡的brocaded保镖。 莫拉工作室(Souks 114 Place de Mouassine,Mouassine)包含由Riad El Fenn的Viviana Gonzalez选择的酷炫,折衷选择的家居用品,衣服,配件和地毯。一些衣服是由维维亚娜自己设计的,但大部分的货物是摩洛哥,通常是无名工匠的工作,否则这些工作将在露天市场中丢失。 下降到摩尔人的历史 位于自己的围栏围上,沉没在当前街道下方几米处,是Koubba El-Badiyin。它看起来是不客气的,但它是唯一的幸存结构从Almoravids,马拉喀什的创始人的时代,因此它代表了一个蠕虫回到摩尔人的建设历史的起源。它可追溯到阿里·本·优素福(1107-43)的统治地位,并且可能是原本的本·优素福清真寺的洗礼大楼的一部分。值得支付的轻微入场费下降砖砌台阶,并观察圆顶的下面,这是八角形八角形之内的花卉图案的万花筒的布置。 本优素福每天(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)点至下午6点。 获得艺术和诡计,摩洛哥风格 在荷兰人类学家Bert Flint所拥有的私人住宅Maison Tiskiwin展出,他是摩洛哥南部和撒哈拉南部的迷人工艺品和装饰艺术品。该展览的目的是展示摩洛哥与撒哈拉以南非洲的联系,并在地理位置上展现了穿过撒哈拉以南的Timbuktu的虚拟之旅。展品包括从马里远处的面具和由骆驼毛发制成的整个柏柏尔帐篷。 8德拉El-Bahia,在Riad Zitoun El-Jedid。 开放时间为上午9时至下午12时30分,每天下午3-6时。 在古老的萨迦陵墓里是严肃的 在卡斯巴清真寺的南边,可能是马拉喀什最受欢迎的纪念碑的遗址是一个古老的围墙花园,远远超过了萨班时代的使用。灌木丛周围的花纹是早期的马赛克坟墓;这些被遗体的身份长期丧失。注意力集中在Saadian苏丹艾哈迈德·曼苏尔统治期间建造的三个展馆。 首先在左边是祷告厅,它拥有许多坟墓,主要是18世纪的阿洛伊特王位。旁边是十二列的大厅,一个更加华丽的事件,三个中央坟墓围绕着十几个大理石柱子。中间的坟墓是Ahmed El-Mansour的坟墓,旁边是他的儿子和孙子的坟墓。第三个独立的凉亭拥有华丽的安达卢西亚风格的入口门户。 Rue de Kasbah,Bab Agnaou。每天上午(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)分,下午2时30分至5时45分 8.通过博物馆探索摩洛哥 Dar Si Said博物馆(Riad Zitoun El-Jedid)是巴伊亚建筑师Ba Ahmed的前家,现在拥有大量的工艺品和木制品。在所有的厨房工具中,武器和乐器是雕刻的雪松的美丽例子,从城市失落的住宅中救出。 马拉喀什博物馆(Place Ben Youssef)于一九九七年开幕,坐落在一座20世纪初的房子内。博物馆展出旋转,但星级景点是建筑本身,特别是石块般的大中央庭院,屋顶和挂着一个巨大的吊灯,看起来像第三类关闭遇难的母亲。前土耳其浴室很漂亮,展示空间很好。 在马拉喀什刺鼻的制革厂呼吸 要体验马拉喀什最古老的中世纪,最刺激的是去制革厂。自从城市成立以来,制革商一直在这里,他们的工作仍然是一个前工业化的过程,使用数百个充满肮脏液体的大桶来治愈动物皮。最终的产品可以在门口附近的皮革店看到和购买,但是您可能希望在四分之一的时间内完成地狱,并在最近的土耳其浴室中清理干净。 进入苏丹的宫殿 巴丹宫是由苏丹艾哈迈德·埃尔曼苏尔(电话号码隐藏的)建造的,是巴黎时代的两个主要古迹之一(另一个是Saadian Tombs)。今天,它只能作为一个荒唐的废墟而生存下去,但一旦它是一个凯旋的榜样。墙壁和天花板上装饰着Timbuktu的金子,而内部的法庭则设有一个拥有一个岛屿的大型中央游泳池,两侧有四个沉没的花园。在四个巨大的墙壁的每一个的中心是四个亭子,也是两侧的游泳池和喷泉的安排。完成宫殿花了约25年,几乎没有老化的统治者去世之前就职的庆祝活动。在穆罕默德苏丹穆勒·伊斯梅尔(Moelay Ismail)剥离裸露的地方,他的宫殿保持不到一个世纪不到一个世纪,这个财富向北移动到他的新首都梅克内斯。 Place Fer Ferantant。每天上午(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)分,下午2时30分至5时45分
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10 great things to do in Marrakech


1. Circle the Koutoubia Mosque

The minaret of the Koutoubia Mosque, Marrakech’s most famous symbol – built in a traditional Almohad style and topped with four copper globes – is visible from near and far.

It is not really that high (77 metres), but thanks to local topography and a local ordinance that forbids any other building in the Medina to be higher than a palm tree, it towers majestically over its surroundings.

Still an active place of worship, non-Muslims may not enter. But it’s possible to get a good view of the exterior by walking around either side.

2. Spend your dirhams at the souks

There are few more pleasurable ways to waste time in Marrakech than wandering around the seemingly endless maze of markets.

The area of the Medina north of the Jemaa El Fna is commercial – at least in its more central areas – with a fibrous network of souks. Beginning on the north edge, the souks comprise alleyway upon alleyway of tiny retail cubicles. The further in you venture the more interesting they become.

The two main routes into their heart are rue Semarine (aka Souk Semarine) and rue Mouassine; the former offers the more full-on blast of bazaar, the latter is a more sedate path leading to choice boutiques.

Every section has its own speciality: carpets and textiles; woollen hats and cooked snails; spices and magic supplies; cotton, clothing, kaftans and blankets – and most importantly raffia bags and baskets, which you'll need to carry all your purchases in.

3. Learn about Islamic scripture and law

The Ben Youssef Medersa, a Quranic school, dedicated to the teaching of Islamic scripture and law, was founded in the 14th century, then enlarged in the 16th. It was given a further polishing up in the 1990s courtesy of the Ministry of Culture.

Entrance is via a long, cool passageway leading to the great courtyard, a serene place centred on a water-filled basin. The surrounding façades are decorated with zelije tiling, stucco and carved cedar, all executed with restraint. At the far side is the domed prayer hall with the richest of decoration, notably around the mihrab, the arched niche that indicates the direction of Mecca.

Back in the entrance vestibule, passageways and two flights of stairs lead to more than 100 tiny windowless students’ chambers, clustered about small internal lightwells. Medieval as it seems, the medersa was still in use until as recently as 1962.

Ben Youssef Medersa, Place Ben Youssef. Open 9am-6.30pm daily.

4. Don some new threads

Akbar Delights (Souks 45 place Bab Fteuh) is an upmarket French-owned boutique specialising in luxury clothing and textiles from Kashmir, with some items made to their own designs. The tiny space is crammed with embroidered tops and dresses, cotton robes, silk shawls and scarves, plus shimmery, golden shoulder bags. The only made-in-Morocco items are some extraordinary brocaded babouches.

Atelier Moro (Souks 114 place de Mouassine, Mouassine) contains a cool, eclectic selection of homeware, clothes, accessories and carpets chosen by Viviana Gonzalez of Riad El Fenn. Some of the clothes are designed by Viviana herself, but most of the stock is Moroccan, often the work of nameless artisans that would otherwise be lost in the souks.

5. Descend into Moorish history

Set in its own fenced enclosure and sunk several metres below the current street level, is the Koubba El-Badiyin. It looks unprepossessing but it’s the only surviving structure from the era of the Almoravids, the founders of Marrakech, and as such it represents a wormhole back to the origins of Moorish building history. It dates to the reign of Ali ben Youssef (1107-43) and was probably part of the ablutions complex of the original Ben Youssef Mosque. It’s worth paying the slight admission fee to descend the brickwork steps and view the underside of the dome, which is a kaleidoscopic arrangement of a floral motif within an octagon within an eight-pointed star.

Place Ben Youssef. Open Apr-Sept 9am-7pm daily. Oct-Mar 9am-6pm daily.

6. Get arts & crafty, Moroccan style

On display in Maison Tiskiwin, a private house owned by veteran Dutch anthropologist Bert Flint, is his fascinating collection of crafts and decorative arts from southern Morocco and the Sahara. The exhibition is designed to show Morocco’s connection to sub-Saharan Africa and is geographically laid out to take you on a virtual journey across the Sahara to Timbuktu. Exhibits include masks from as far afield as Mali and an entire Berber tent made of camel hair.

8 derb El-Bahia, off Riad Zitoun El-Jedid. Open 9am-12.30pm, 3-6pm daily.

7. Be grave at the ancient Saadian Tombs

Flanking the south side of the Kasbah Mosque, the site of what is possibly Marrakech’s most visited monument is an ancient walled garden, the use of which far predates the Saadian era. Dotted around the shrubbery are early mosaic graves; the identity of those interred is long lost. Attention instead focuses on the three pavilions built during the reign of Saadian sultan Ahmed El-Mansour.

First on the left is the Prayer Hall, which holds numerous graves, mainly of Alaouite princes from the 18th century. Next to it is the Hall of Twelve Columns, a more ornate affair with three central tombs surrounded by a dozen marble pillars. The tomb in the middle is that of Ahmed El-Mansour, flanked by those of his son and grandson. A third, stand-alone pavilion has ornate Andalucian-style entrance portals.

Rue de Kasbah, Bab Agnaou. Open (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)am, 2.30pm-5.45pm daily.

8. Explore Morocco through its museums

The Dar Si Said Museum (Riad Zitoun El-Jedid), former home of the brother of Ba Ahmed, builder of the Bahia, now houses a large collection of crafts and woodwork. Among all the kitchen implements, weapons and musical instruments are beautiful examples of carved cedar, rescued from the city’s lost dwellings.

Inaugurated in 1997, the Musée de Marrakech (Place Ben Youssef) is housed in a converted early 20th-century house. The museum exhibits rotate, but the star attraction is the building itself, particularly the tartishly tiled great central court, roofed over and hung with an enormous chandelier that looks like the mothership from Close Encounters of the Third Kind. The former hammam is lovely and makes a fine exhibition space.

9. Breath in Marrakech's pungent tanneries

To experience Marrakech at its most medieval – and most pungent – visit the tannery district. The tanners have been here since the city was founded and their work remains a pre-industrial process, using hundreds of vats full of foul liquids to cure animal hides. The eventual products can be seen and purchased at the leather shops near the gate, but you may prefer to get the hell out of the quarter and purge yourself in the nearest hammam.

10. Step into a Sultan's palace

Constructed by Sultan Ahmed El-Mansour (phone number hidden)), the Badii Palace is one of the two principal monuments of the Saadian era (the other is the Saadian Tombs). Today it survives only as a denuded ruin, but once it was a model of triumphal ostentation. Walls and ceilings were encrusted with gold from Timbuktu, while the inner court had a massive central pool with an island, flanked by four sunken gardens. At the centre of each of the four massive walls were four pavilions, also flanked by arrangements of pools and fountains. It took some 25 years to complete the palace and barely were the inaugural celebrations over before the ageing ruler passed away. His palace remained intact for less than a century before the Merenid sultan, Moulay Ismail, had it stripped bare and the riches carted north for his new capital at Meknès.

Place des Ferblantiers. Open (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)am, 2.30pm-5.45pm daily.


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卧室1
1张双人床
卧室2
2张单人床
卧室3
2张单人床

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禁止吸烟
不适合携带宠物入住
不允许举办派对和活动
17:00后可以入住
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The villa is at your disposal, salon and kitchen included.

The swimming pool and tennis court are shared with the other villas.

Pets are not allowed.

There is no restriction as long as there is no noise that would disturb the neighbors. Please avoid putting music outside the house.
In compliance with local laws, couples composed of locals cannot be hosted.

Smoking is not allowed inside the house. If we find any trace or smell of smoke, we will have to charge 400€ directly withdrawn from the security deposit.
If the house is left too dirty, 300€ will be directly withdrawn from the security deposit

Bath towels are to be used in the house. If found stained after being used as beach towels, i.e. at the swimming pool, we will charge 200€ directly withdrawn from the security deposit.

At the booking, we only accept transactions passed through airbnb. Also, please make sure you have completed your airbnb profile.

You can use the swimming pool at your convenience as well as the tennis court. The tranquility and cleanliness of the residence is to be respected (no smoking, no alcohol in the common parts), no partying is allowed.

Please make sure your airbnb profile is fully completed before any request.


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Katalin的用户个人资料
2017年4月
Great place for families with kids. You need a car to get around though.

Mazen的用户个人资料
2016年11月
البيت جيد وا نظيف يحتوي على كل شيء. لاكن كان من الصعوبة وجود المكان لقد اتصلنا في صاحب البيت وا هوى لا يعرف العنوان استعملها حوالي 2 ساعات لنجد المكان مع انو كان معنا gps لأن العنوان غلط في النت.

Mariem & Guillaume的用户个人资料
2016年10月
Nous avons passé un excellent séjour. La villa et la résidence sont magnifiques et conformes aux photos. La résidence est au calme ce qui permet de se remettre de l'ambiance de la ville. La résidence est très bien entretenue, de nombreux arbres et fleurs aux différentes couleurs et senteurs. La piscine est juste géniale et bien qu'elle soit partagée avec d'autres villas, nous avons pu nous baigner à chaque fois seuls. La villa est spacieuse (nous étions 4 adultes et 4 enfants), bien équipée (literie de qualité notamment), parfaitement propre, décorée avec gout. Nous y reviendrions sans hésiter.

Khadija的用户个人资料
2016年8月
Simo est très présent et attentif Il suffit de le contacter pour faire le nécessaire E répondre à nos besoins Séjour vraiment sympa avec ma famille je suis prête à renouveler l'expérience Merci Simo

Sam的用户个人资料
2016年8月
The host canceled this reservation 80 days before arrival. This is an automated posting.

Imad的用户个人资料
2016年7月
Nous étions en famille avec mon épouse et les enfants , La Residence de villa est situé au cœur de la palmeraie de marrakech elle très sympa , bien entretenue avec des jolis jardins très bien arborés . Le personnel de la Residence est disponible et discret . La villa de simo est bien disposé avec tous les équipements nécessaires en face de la piscine avec un espace vert spacieux pour se détendre . A noter que la Residence était très peu fréquenté au moment où nous étions ce nous a permis de profiter largement de la piscine (surtout les enfants) . Simo est dispo en cas de souci sinon gardiens de la Residence se font un plaisir de rendre service .

Soukaïna的用户个人资料
2016年6月
Simo was very responsive and organized our welcoming even if he wasn't in Marrakech. The house is beautiful and quiet, perfect for families. Unfortunately the swimming pool wasn't cleaned which was a big down for my stay, i have booked the place mainly for relaxing and swimming not for the location. Internet is slow and no wifi after midnight. I hope as Simo promised next time the pool would be ready for the guests.
Simo的用户个人资料
来自Simo的回复:
Again, sorry about the swimming pool, which has since been fixed. Happy to have you guys any time soon for a better experience !
2016年6月

巴黎, 法国注册时间:三月 2012
Simo的用户个人资料

I'm originally from Morocco. I have lived and travelled here and there including the US, Spain, Austria... and I currently live in Paris.
I love playing golf when I'm in Marrakech.

语言: Deutsch、English、Español、Français、العربية
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