4 nights in Marrakech for £116 each (£232 total) including flights and 3* hotel @Ryanair
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4 nights in Marrakech for £116 each (£232 total) including flights and 3* hotel @Ryanair

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Found 3rd Mar
This deal is based on 2 adults travelling to Marrakech from Liverpool on Monday 21st May returning Friday 25th May, staying in the 3* Riad Jomana and including breakfast.

There are flights from London for around the same price. It does work out cheaper if you fancy a full week away.

Before I went to Marrakech I was a bit dubious, I knew I was going to love it or hate it, luckily I loved it. From the markets in both the day and night to being able to do excursions, all for a reasonable price I highly recommend it here.

You will be staying for 3 nights at the 3* Riad Jomana which has an excellent reviews on TripAdvisor and an average rating of 4/5. Breakfast is included.

There are plenty of other hotels to choose from, plenty of cheaper options. If you fancy a hostel you can pay as little as £8 a night!

The airport is a 10-15 minute taxi ride away and the hotel is located about a 10-15 minute walk into the heart of the city.

This deal only includes hand luggage however a 10kg bag should be sufficient for this trip.

Don’t forget most hotels have city tax to pay upon departure in major cities, this is usually only a few €€€ per night.

Price Breakdown

Flights booked through Ryanair - £124.20

Hotel booked through LoveHolidays - £108

Total price - £232.20

Total price each - £116.10


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I'm quite worried about the security situation, there appears to be a lot of gun crime and theft. I suppose if I drive straight to Liverpool Airport without stopping it'll probably be ok. Morocco on the other hand looks nice..
3 star in Morocco.....good luck with that
You can eat or drink in hotel, as a tourist it makes no difference. In the evening it's amazing as whole families go out to eat. You and your friend or family could be part of it. However if Ramadan bother you, I suggest you look elsewhere
pamelahondrou5 h, 24 m ago

3 star in Morocco.....good luck with that


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4+/5 TripAdvisor

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Just double check the city tax. It should be €2.50 per person per night BUT some charge a lot more so look at the small print.

Good find. Heat
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what's the Ryanair fare discount?
deleted13911393rd Mar

what's the Ryanair fare discount?


It’s just a sale they have on at the mo, no code needed
Good deal
Just a headsup, those dates chosen would be during Ramadan. Don't really know if that'd affect tourists in Marrakech
candyman8636 m ago

Just a headsup, those dates chosen would be during Ramadan. Don't really …Just a headsup, those dates chosen would be during Ramadan. Don't really know if that'd affect tourists in Marrakech


I would be very surprised if there was any impact to tourists.
candyman8641 m ago

Just a headsup, those dates chosen would be during Ramadan. Don't really …Just a headsup, those dates chosen would be during Ramadan. Don't really know if that'd affect tourists in Marrakech


probably would tbh. not just the day time but the evening time to. it would not grind to a halt but i would guess it would be quieter, which could be a good thing.
hell hole
3 star in Morocco.....good luck with that
Good deal
Good deal. Any other dates tho.
It's cheep because it's just week before half term holidays. Ripoff starts during school holidays.
Edited by: "leeds2000" 3rd Mar
Ramadan makes a massive difference. I mistakenly booked a few years ago and it’s hard to find anywhere to eat or even get a drink during the day.
What all load b**locks
Not during Ramadan as you'll half starve
shamim0001 h, 23 m ago

I can see why fattys like you could struggle


Not sure what that means. But at least you're good at typing on the internet.
vanityfair30 m ago

Not during Ramadan as you'll half starve


Had no problem there, nothing stopping you eating. They understand not everyone is Muslim.
Edited by: "winchman" 3rd Mar
You can eat or drink in hotel, as a tourist it makes no difference. In the evening it's amazing as whole families go out to eat. You and your friend or family could be part of it. However if Ramadan bother you, I suggest you look elsewhere
RyanAir, the only airline where my trousers have been ruined by bubblegum on the seat (hidden by buckle, so didnt see it as I sat down).(Last week - 08:10 Malaga to Birmingham in case anyone is interested).

Jet2's seats are better, less padding but a lot more comfortable, AND more leg room due to the reduced padding.
good holiday if you are not fasting but no good if you are..went marrakesh a few years back , loved it..nice food good country...hotel was cheap and cherfull but what do you expect for the price i paid..similar to this. it will be much quiter as it will ramadan, most people will be fasting but if you are not then thats your choice but since its a muslim country obide by the laws...
billy.bronco18 m ago

... since its a muslim country obide by the laws...


What's the fact that it's a Muslim country got to do with anything? Surely you would abide by the laws of the land of any country you visit? However, if you mean be respectful of their customs, traditions and religion without expecting the locals to accommodate your rights to freedom of expression, individuality and personal beliefs then better stay in this country where the feelings, thoughts and beliefs of the majority are deemed racist and xenophobic and in need of total disregard.
It's Ramadan so if you like alcohol you may struggle. Also a lot of night clubs will be closed. If you fancy just enjoying the hotel facilities then you should be OK. You won't fully experience marrakech in Ramadan though hence why the sale price
3* will suck but for price is good as long as no kids
I went during Ramadan (mistakenly) to Marrakesh.

It's very quiet except the regular air raid sirens telling you to pray.
Most of the shops are closed and almost all restaurants/bars.
The local 'corner' shops didn't get deliveries during the day of bread etc.
Carrefour (French supermarket) was the most reliable but basically imported French food at inflated prices.
Even the old town market wasn't fully operational.

We had an air-conditioned apartment - a riad is a small hotel/B&B
Decent deal but don't go during Ramadan, ofcourse you'll find places to eat, it's a tourist location.
wildecat3rd Mar

I went during Ramadan (mistakenly) to Marrakesh.It's very quiet except the …I went during Ramadan (mistakenly) to Marrakesh.It's very quiet except the regular air raid sirens telling you to pray.Most of the shops are closed and almost all restaurants/bars.The local 'corner' shops didn't get deliveries during the day of bread etc.Carrefour (French supermarket) was the most reliable but basically imported French food at inflated prices. Even the old town market wasn't fully operational. We had an air-conditioned apartment - a riad is a small hotel/B&B


Air raid sirens? I'm surprised someone like you bothered to actually visit a place like Marrakech lol.
GlenBurn32 m ago

Far from it


You are free to go, just like I'm free to tell people what a disgusting place it is.
holeymoley181 h, 28 m ago

What's the fact that it's a Muslim country got to do with anything? Surely …What's the fact that it's a Muslim country got to do with anything? Surely you would abide by the laws of the land of any country you visit? However, if you mean be respectful of their customs, traditions and religion without expecting the locals to accommodate your rights to freedom of expression, individuality and personal beliefs then better stay in this country where the feelings, thoughts and beliefs of the majority are deemed racist and xenophobic and in need of total disregard.

Misc forum for that stuff
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I'm quite worried about the security situation, there appears to be a lot of gun crime and theft. I suppose if I drive straight to Liverpool Airport without stopping it'll probably be ok. Morocco on the other hand looks nice..
vanityfair2 h, 56 m ago

Not during Ramadan as you'll half starve

You got nothing to worry about then by the look of things!! Lol
Lovely place loved our holiday there
pamelahondrou5 h, 16 m ago

3 star in Morocco.....good luck with that


Hardly that. The riads are part of the Moroccan culture and they will hardly go above 3 star. You have to stay in a typical one to experience a little bit of Morocco. The staff are absolutely brilliant, and probably some of the best I've seen compare to higher rated hotels etc. Personally I loved my 3 star riad as it was perfect for the occasion in the heart of Medina. But if you are the kind of person that goes on holidays expecting a brilliant place to stay, then get ready to spend a lot more money than that.

Just curious, have you stayed in a riad in Marrakech?

Anyone else, check reviews of this riad before judging.
Edited by: "mustang500" 3rd Mar
pamelahondrou5 h, 24 m ago

3 star in Morocco.....good luck with that


8.7/10 booking
8.9/10 trivago
4.4/5 Expedia
4+/5 TripAdvisor

Or you can listen to pamelahondrou from hukd.....


Visited last year, apart from weather and some food, it was waste of time for us. People show fake hospitality and they look at you as walking ATMs. So much harassment from vendors and street parking (illegal) operators. There are so many better places to visit in my personal opinion.
From_the_Midlands1 h, 55 m ago

Visited last year, apart from weather and some food, it was waste of time …Visited last year, apart from weather and some food, it was waste of time for us. People show fake hospitality and they look at you as walking ATMs. So much harassment from vendors and street parking (illegal) operators. There are so many better places to visit in my personal opinion.



youve just described the midlands
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