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
Stayed at the Kech with a group of 12 golfers. Rooms large and very clean. Staff friendly and efficient. The location didn't bother us because we had a coach taking us everywhere during the days and to the city at night. Would recommend for a short stay.
It looked like a good hotel but I was woken up at 0700 by loud noises due to works at the hotel. the guy from the reception didn’t explain and the noises continued , I really needed rest to endure the day. I will not return to this hotel.
The hotel is a bit far from the markets so you need to grab a taxi everytime. The prices varied from 100 to 50 dhrm depends if its the weekend! The rooms were big and breakfast was good but what we didnt like is the smell of food across all the hotel (thats why my 3 stars)! From our rooms to the corridors to the breakfast area! The smell was really bad! And in the lounge area people are also allowed to smoke, so a non smoker cannot enjoy the place. Also everytime you go out the keys are resetted so you end up everytime infront of your room with a key that is not working so you have to walk back to the reception again. Their explanation is that if you but the key with mobiles or in a car it does not work. The view is nice and the area is quiet! Staff was also nice.