Kech Boutique Hotel & Spa
What We Love
- An elegant hotel in vibrant Marrakech, with breakfast, welcome tea and a spa discountTreating yourself to a traditional Moroccan hammam experience in the luxurious spa
- Lounging by the large pool all morning, before exploring the city’s sights at night
- Savoring the city's delicious cuisine, at the hotel's restaurant or the market stalls
What To Know
- Rooms are very spacious and modern; if you're looking for a traditional Moroccan stay – look at a riad instead
- The souks and medina are about a 5-minute taxi ride away
- Free WiFi is a bit weak
Kech Boutique Hotel & Spa offers a luxurious base in the heart of Marrakech, inviting the most discerning of travelers to enjoy this vibrant capital in style. Inside, the décor is fresh and contemporary while showcasing unmistakable Moroccan flavor. Stylish bedrooms surround the sun-drenched terrace, where shaded sun loungers and a large pool create the perfect desert oasis.
The hotel’s services will keep you comfortable, too. Enjoy light bites and refreshing cocktails at the poolside bar, choose from an international menu of exquisite dishes at the restaurant, and order a nightcap at the bar before turning in for the evening. Of course there’s more to life than food and drink, so make sure to save some time for a trip (or two or three) to the luxe spa. Book yourself a pampering massage or beauty treatment, or simply let your stress melt away in the steam room.
Suitably refreshed, it’s time to explore the city’s sights – wow your senses at Jemaa El Fna Square, admire the incredible architecture of the regal palaces, and pick up a bargain in the souks. You can also venture outside the city, with trips to the nearby Atlas Mountains or a bit of off-roading on the dunes – if you can tear yourself away from your luxe retreat, that is.
Good to know
Please note that a city tax of 16.50 MAD (approximately $1.63) per person, per day is payable directly to the hotel upon check-out.
Deluxe Double rooms cover a spacious 430 square feet and feature elegant, modern décor, en-suite bathrooms and balconies overlooking the pool and sun terrace. Along with contemporary comforts, they’re also soundproofed for a peaceful night’s sleep.
The hotel’s Lateral restaurant serves an international menu, and you’ll also find a buffet breakfast here each morning. The pool-facing Patio snack bar provides snacks, cocktails and refreshments throughout the day, and Barrakech bar opens nightly for cocktails and tapas.
Kech Spa is a serene, intimate haven dedicated to wellness and beauty. You can treat yourself to a traditional skin-smoothing scrub in one of the Moorish hammams or book a massage after a day of sightseeing. A session in the tranquil steam room is also a excellent way to unwind.
The hotel sits in the south of Morocco’s unforgettable city of Marrakech, adjacent to the Agdal Gardens, where groves of orange, lemon, fig, apricot and pomegranate trees are linked by olive-tree-lined paths. Culture, history and shopping go hand in hand in this city, so start your experience at the famous UNESCO-listed Jemaa El Fna Square. It’s a 10-minute taxi ride away, and you can always walk there to get a taste of city life on foot.Grab a snack as you check out the colorful entertainment, or disappear into one of the bustling souks for leather, ceramic and bejeweled treasures. You’ll also find Bahia Palace close by, and the Royal Palace is just a five-minutes taxi ride from the hotel – both being two of the city’s must-sees.
How to Get There
I took my mum on a 3 night holiday with shuttle transfer to this hotel in Morocco. From the minute that we arrived at this hotel, you were welcomed by concierge who picked up your luggage for you. Receptionists were very welcoming, helpful, and approachable.Nothing was too much trouble for them.Hotel decor was so stunning and inviting. Exactly matching to the photo's you see on the website. All this notion that the staff could not speak English? Wrong,on our stay all staff understood us perfectly. We booked bed and breakfast, breakfast was amazing. My mum loved the breakfast option that was on offer. And in honesty? First time in a long time that I saw my mum ate with content! On to the swimming pool,it was cold,so it was unfortunate that I was unable to take a dip in the pool.But that did not put a dampen on our holiday. All the main attractions are not too far from the hotel. But to get there you would need a taxi. Beware guys, the taxi drivers are known to con you. A 15 min drive or less, they charge u extortionate price of at least 40-70. You haggle with them but they insist on you paying the price they expect. No fixed price liKe you would find in the UK.taxi.Around the corner from the hotel, literally a 5 minute walk, there is a mall which has familiar food places mcdonald’s, domino’s and numerous exchange currency offices that allow you to exchange your money. Hotel was airy spacious luxurious looking,the bed's were sooo comfy both my mum and I felt like it was the best sleep we had in ages!The whole hotel room we stayed in was so luxurious, the bathroom. Lovely heating. The room service was lovely. My mum enjoyed the tasty desserts!
In conclusion we will be coming back at some point in the future!
Hotel was absolutely amazing, looks exactly like the pictures, all staff were helpful. I read a review about staff not being able to speak english. However, on our stay all staff understood us perfectly. We booked bed and breakfast, breakfast was amazing. Absolutely loved the pastry selection, but would not recommend the restuarant, was a waste of money. The pool was cold, however, we did take a dip in the pool for a little while. The handy phone was so helpful when we out the hotel, making sure we were not lost or going the wrong way. All the main places are down the same road as the hotel but you’d need to get a taxi. We did spend a lot of money on taxi’s. Around the corner from the hotel, literally a 5 minute walk, there is a mall which has food places (burger king, mcdonald’s, domino’s etc.) and a bank (if you do need to get money exchanged). We booked a trip to Ourika valley through the hotel. We were not told the payment we had made to the hotel would not include a tour guide and would need to pay tour guide seperately after the tour. Which was a slightly disappointing. I used the spa, as we got free hand massages and also got a manicure done. Nail polish came off within an hour of me getting it done which was annoying as I had paid around £16 for it. Overall the stay at the hotel was good, the beds were nice, rooms were spacious and clean so was the bathroom. The heating worked spot on, we had a pool view which was lovely. The iron was a bit flimsy, the rooms had a safe and room service food wasn’t too great.
the hotel at first sight looked lovely but every day i had hassle - the reception didnt speak or understand english and if you had no french you were stuffed
the pool was freezing - the bathroom was also cold as the heating didnt reach there
reception were rude and unhelpful
i ordered a snack on the first day and i didnt get it the waiter didnt speak a word of english
and so it went on
everyday i had arguments as i tried to get things sorted staff either didnt understand or couldnt be bothered
the whole week was stressful and i would never return here
also hotel too far out it cost at least £5 for a taxi each way
the only shining light was jamal who tried his best to help me - the rest of the staff should be replaced
avoid this hotel at all costs
This nice hotel offers large clean rooms with wifi, free parking, breakfast, pool and more in a nice part of Marrakech. About 5 kilometres from the famous Jumaa el fena market and other shops and malls.
I really loved my stay in this hotel. Rooms are spacious and of a high standard. Good choice of TV channels. Breakfast was great. It also includes a fully fletched bar. Although it is not within walking distance to Marrakech centre, there is a taxi stand just outside the hotel and prices are low.