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Iberostar opens latest luxury resort in Morocco

Profile Photo By: Carsten Hennig
January 30, 2017

Iberostar opens latest luxury resort in Morocco

Marrakech, Morocco – 30 January 2017
With a stunning view to the Atlas mountains – Iberostar just opened the 318-key Club Palmeraie Marrakech in Morocco. The all-inclusive club is situated in the heart of the magnificent palm grove, surrounded by an 11-hectare park and just 15 minutes from this Moroccan city’s finest tourist attractions.

The new hotel is just 15 minutes from the historic Medina quarter of the exotic city of Marrakech, which is home to many authentic architectural treasures such as the emblematic Jamaa El Fna Square, Koutoubia Mosque or Bahia Palace.

Gastronomy is a key aspect for the chain and has emerged as one of its greatest strengths that the majority of guests value above all other considerations. As a result, the dining options at the Iberostar Club Palmeraie Marrakech are fully in line with the superb quality and variety for which the Majorca-based hotel chain is renowned. Guests at this hotel may choose between Moroccan and international gastronomy at the Oasis buffet, which offers show cooking and speciality evenings; the à la carte Jawhara restaurant and the food truck serving fast food located by the pool.

Iberostar Hotels & Resorts is a holiday hotel chain that was founded in 1986 by the Fluxà family and it is also an integral part of Group Iberostar, a Spanish, family-owned company that has been operating in the tourism and travel sector for over 60 years. During this time, the Group has grown from a family travel agency to an international company, with several divisions. Today, the group has 27.000 employees and is present in 30 countries around the world.

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