Marrakech is committed to meeting the exact needs of our guests, offering accommodation at very competitive rates.
We offer 7 luxurious rooms which are elegantly furnished. Five of these stylish rooms have doors leading into a sun-splashed garden with abundant birdlife.
You can do nothing much at all, just enjoy the silence and chill out.
In Room Facilities:
All rooms have:
* Air conditioning
* TV with DSTV
* En-suite bathroom with shower and bath
* Room is non-smoking
* Internet Access
Bloemfontein, the City of Roses, serves as something of an oasis, lying as it does plum in the middle of the Free State and indeed the country. The only major city for miles around, it is also the sixth largest city in the country, the Judicial Capital of South Africa, and it lies on the N1 between Johannesburg and Cape Town, often functioning as a stop off to break the major journey between the two cities.
Despite being situated in an area of dry grassland, Bloemfontein more than lives up to its name - spring of flowers. Thousands of rose bushes line the city; more than 4000 rose trees have been planted in the rose gardens in Kings Park, and many homes, still minus the ubiquitous six metre wall of other major cities in South Africa, boast colourful gardens littered with flowering plants and trees. Bloemies, as the locals fondly call her it, is a city of little stress and very few residents buy into the rush, rush syndrome typical of a major city. The city centre is lined with historical buildings, including the beautiful tree-lined President Brand Street - a national monument - its pavements home to several graceful museum buildings, right in the centre of the CBD.
* Conveniently located
* Conference and Wedding facilities
* Pool and patio area, ideal for cocktail parties
* Braai area facility
There is no shortage of Things to do in Bloemfontein: The Art in the Park, held in Kings Park on the first Saturday of every month is an extremely popular event amongst residents; Loch Logan Waterfront offers a series of restaurants, shops, pubs and entertainment, and the Oliewenhuis Art Gallery - a beautiful neo-Cape Dutch house with frequent exhibitions and sprawling lawns - has gardens under shade trees that provide a wonderful space in which to picnic or simply enjoy tea at the little garden tea house.