*July 2014* Marrakech, Morocco 4* Star - Half Board £386.46 per Couple, Price includes 7 Night Half Board Hotel, Flights & Transfers @ Travel Republic
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*July 2014* Marrakech, Morocco 4* Star - Half Board £386.46 per Couple, Price includes 7 Night Half Board Hotel, Flights & Transfers @ Travel Republic

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Found 30th Jan 2014
Marrakech, Morocco - 7 Nights Half Board in July 2014.
Price includes 4 Star Hotel, Half Board, with Flights at ;east 10kg luggage per person plus a small handbag, and return Transfers. (flights in Easyjet have no weight restrictions but note sizes).

There are various dates and department airports check out skyscanner for your local

Bristol - 1st - 8th July

Stanstead - 3rd - 10th July

Gatwick - 8th - 15th July

here are some to get you started.

Flying from Bristol on 1st July - 8th July:

Details of Bookings
Accommodation
Dar Choumissa
Marrakech Medina, Marrakech, Morocco
4 Star Hotel
Duration:7 Nights
Check In:Tue, 01 July 2014
Check Out:Tue, 08 July 2014
Double Standard, Half Board (2 Adults)
Flights
Bristol - Marrakech
Airline Logo Outbound Flight
Tue 01 Jul 2014
17:05 / 20:35 (4 hours 30 minutes) 6021
Bristol - Marrakech
Airline Logo Return Flight
Tue 08 Jul 2014
21:15 / 00:50 (2 hours 35 minutes) 6022
Marrakech - Bristol
Transfers
Marrakech to Marrakech Medina
Arriving:01 Jul 2014 20:35
Returning:08 Jul 2014 21:15

Flights Cost
£185.96

Accommodation Cost
£182.00

Transfers Cost
£18.50

Total Cost
£386.46 Cost of all Bookings:

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From Stansted:

Details of Bookings
Accommodation
Dar Choumissa
Marrakech Medina, Marrakech, Morocco
4 Star Hotel
Duration:7 Nights
Check In:Thu, 03 July 2014
Check Out:Thu, 10 July 2014
Double Standard, Half Board (2 Adults)
Flights
London Stansted - Marrakech
Airline Logo Outbound Flight
Thu 03 Jul 2014
19:50 / 23:30 (4 hours 40 minutes) 3556
London Stansted - Marrakech
Airline Logo Return Flight
Thu 10 Jul 2014
15:50 / 19:25 (2 hours 35 minutes) 3557
Marrakech - London Stansted
Transfers
Marrakech to Marrakech Medina
Arriving:03 Jul 2014 23:30
Returning:10 Jul 2014 15:50
Flights Cost
£192.96

Accommodation Cost
£182.00

Transfers Cost
£18.50

Total Cost
£393.46 Cost of all Bookings:

47 Comments

Original Poster

Reviews: Trip Advisor

Travel Republic: Travel Republic



Edited by: "SunshineStacey" 30th Jan 2014

Heat, nice found

Original Poster

3jack

Heat, nice found



Thanks Jack xxx

Delete all your comments so I can go to the top

Original Poster

deallady

Delete all your comments so I can go to the top



not going to happen sweet cheeks your getting slow in your old age!

nice find, thanks.

SunshineStacey

not going to happen sweet cheeks your getting slow in your old age!



I'm getting slow and your getting forgetful of my Liking and I am working so ha ha normal people work normal hours unlike 12am see what I did there!!

Heat added but could be worth noting that it will be Ramadhan in July. Not sure if the country will be on total/partial shutdown as can be the case in some Muslim countries. Maybe you have experience of this Sunshine Stacey and know more?

Original Poster

Javster

Heat added but could be worth noting that it will be Ramadhan in July. … Heat added but could be worth noting that it will be Ramadhan in July. Not sure if the country will be on total/partial shutdown as can be the case in some Muslim countries. Maybe you have experience of this Sunshine Stacey and know more?



I think that starts towards the end of july - heat might be more of an issue though, it will be very warm xx

Banned

4* never in a million years. Tripadvisor pictures make it look like a 2*.

If only I wasn't so fair skinned lol!! Think I would be a bit crispy going in July, always fancied going to Morocco but would have to go April/May time. This is a scorching deal for people who love hot temperatures, looks awesome!! You really are the UK hot deals travel queen xx

Original Poster

miss_hop

lol not at all can you really say this hotel looks like a 4* hotel .I … lol not at all can you really say this hotel looks like a 4* hotel .I thought not. Reviews are good though



have you been to Morocco?

Original Poster

glastogal

If only I wasn't so fair skinned lol!! Think I would be a bit crispy … If only I wasn't so fair skinned lol!! Think I would be a bit crispy going in July, always fancied going to Morocco but would have to go April/May time. This is a scorching deal for people who love hot temperatures, looks awesome!! You really are the UK hot deals travel queen xx



Yes must advise strong protection and a hat with this one xxx

miss_hop

4* never in a million years. Tripadvisor pictures make it look like a 2*.



Important Note: If you don't like the deal you don't have to vote, if you have a better suggestion for a cheap deal please post it, but you don't seem to do either which is a little bit odd, but your advice has been noted and thank you for your input!

Again this is in term time. Cold as every operator is cheap out of term time.

miss_hop

Did i say i had a better suggestion? I just pointed out that this hotel … Did i say i had a better suggestion? I just pointed out that this hotel looks no where near a 4* especially after staying in 4* and 5 * hotels in this country. I didn't realise it was mandatory to post deals before being allowed to comment on deals but thanks all the same



Automated Response: It is not mandatory to post a deal and you can comment all you like thats the purpose of this forum, no censorship. I am glad you have stayed in a 4* & 5* next time you go on such a holiday please share it with the rest of this forum so some of us can go on it thank you very much, it will be greatly appriciated.

Original Poster

antw

Again this is in term time. Cold as every operator is cheap out of term … Again this is in term time. Cold as every operator is cheap out of term time.



If you can find holidays at this price willy nilly please pop over and give us a hand over here: Holiday Help Thread because this one toko me quite a while to put together and we could sure use some extra help xxx

SunshineStacey

I think that starts towards the end of july - heat might be more of an … I think that starts towards the end of july - heat might be more of an issue though, it will be very warm xx



ramadan will be at the start of july this year and i do think in Morocco the country does have changes for ramadan

Original Poster

aasmaramzan

ramadan will be at the start of july this year and i do think in Morocco … ramadan will be at the start of july this year and i do think in Morocco the country does have changes for ramadan



Thank you for that information. I have had a little search and found this:

Ramadan and Tourism in Morocco

Ramadan hardly affects tourists to Morocco. Tourism is the largest form of income in Morocco, and the main changes you will notice are that offices and banks change their hours slightly and some shops close earlier for the staff to get home and eat their evening meal at sunset. Otherwise, shops and sights that you may want to visit are generally open as normal.

Food and drink (alcoholic or otherwise) is available throughout daylight hours in hotels and tourist restaurants. As a matter of respect, you should not walk in the streets eating or drinking and if you are in a shop, you should try not to smoke. In many ways, Ramadan is a good time to visit Morocco as it is less crowded and less busy and some hotels reduce their rates during Ramadan.

Following Ramadan is Ede, a three-day celebration. During this holiday it is more likely that shops (including the souks, but not restaurants) will be closed, and other services may be disrupted.

It should be noted that the first call to prayer occurs in the early hours of the morning (not only during Ramadan). Since this is often a loud siren it may awaken light sleepers or those in riads near to a mosque. If you are a light sleeper or are staying in a Riad, you may find earplugs useful!


2014 – 28th June – 28th July

Easyjet are now showing the Bristol flight out on 1st July and returning on 8 July at 84.98 per person (cabin baggage only). Bit more of a saving!

Original Poster

MissYDW

Easyjet are now showing the Bristol flight out on 1st July and returning … Easyjet are now showing the Bristol flight out on 1st July and returning on 8 July at 84.98 per person (cabin baggage only). Bit more of a saving!



All of the flights will be a few pounds cheaper if you book direct rather than via TR x

Good deal, beautiful city and nice weather that time of year. That's not Marrakech in the picture though, it doesn't have a sea front.

I am English and my husband has family in Morocco so we have been 5+ times over the years, to various parts
I wouldn't recommend this deal for two reasons:
1) It is BOILING hot in July in Marrakech, we saw late 40's, even 50 when we were there. Even the Moroccans avoid coming out in the daytime and I personally found it unbearable.
2) It will be Ramadan all through July, meaning that everything will be shut in the daytime - though it will all come alive in the night till the early hours of the morning I don't feel it's the best time to go.

Go Marrakech another time of year and you will love it, though - fab holiday destination

SunshineStacey

Thank you for that information. I have had a little search and found … Thank you for that information. I have had a little search and found this:Ramadan and Tourism in MoroccoRamadan hardly affects tourists to Morocco. Tourism is the largest form of income in Morocco, and the main changes you will notice are that offices and banks change their hours slightly and some shops close earlier for the staff to get home and eat their evening meal at sunset. Otherwise, shops and sights that you may want to visit are generally open as normal.Food and drink (alcoholic or otherwise) is available throughout daylight hours in hotels and tourist restaurants. As a matter of respect, you should not walk in the streets eating or drinking and if you are in a shop, you should try not to smoke. In many ways, Ramadan is a good time to visit Morocco as it is less crowded and less busy and some hotels reduce their rates during Ramadan.Following Ramadan is Ede, a three-day celebration. During this holiday it is more likely that shops (including the souks, but not restaurants) will be closed, and other services may be disrupted.It should be noted that the first call to prayer occurs in the early hours of the morning (not only during Ramadan). Since this is often a loud siren it may awaken light sleepers or those in riads near to a mosque. If you are a light sleeper or are staying in a Riad, you may find earplugs useful! 2014 – 28th June – 28th July



I think you meant Eid

SunshineStacey

Thank you for that information. I have had a little search and found … Thank you for that information. I have had a little search and found this:Ramadan and Tourism in MoroccoRamadan hardly affects tourists to Morocco. Tourism is the largest form of income in Morocco, and the main changes you will notice are that offices and banks change their hours slightly and some shops close earlier for the staff to get home and eat their evening meal at sunset. Otherwise, shops and sights that you may want to visit are generally open as normal.Food and drink (alcoholic or otherwise) is available throughout daylight hours in hotels and tourist restaurants. As a matter of respect, you should not walk in the streets eating or drinking and if you are in a shop, you should try not to smoke. In many ways, Ramadan is a good time to visit Morocco as it is less crowded and less busy and some hotels reduce their rates during Ramadan.Following Ramadan is Ede, a three-day celebration. During this holiday it is more likely that shops (including the souks, but not restaurants) will be closed, and other services may be disrupted.It should be noted that the first call to prayer occurs in the early hours of the morning (not only during Ramadan). Since this is often a loud siren it may awaken light sleepers or those in riads near to a mosque. If you are a light sleeper or are staying in a Riad, you may find earplugs useful! 2014 – 28th June – 28th July



depends on what you want really loud and busy or quiet, i fast in ramadan anyway and would love to go in ramadan , it would be a new experience but cant go:( . I would expect some changes during that period though obviously not in hotel rooms but in the outside world there will be changes .

Original Poster

rufnek2kx

Good deal, beautiful city and nice weather that time of year. That's not … Good deal, beautiful city and nice weather that time of year. That's not Marrakech in the picture though, it doesn't have a sea front.



I dont think thats sea xx

Damn, almost a cat fight...

Original Poster

Jonnyblock

Damn, almost a cat fight...



I know, I really need to sit on my hands. I am going to stop looking at certain peoples comments now when i get the notification through as I can predict what they are going to say

The more holidays I post the more haters I pick up - gonna have to get thicker skin lol

Sunshine, if you attract more haters with every post I'm sure you attract a whole lot more supporters.
I think some people are jealous of your ability to sniff out so many bargain holidays, please keep it up as so many people on here love you.

do I need visa?

Anything like this for end of July around 23rd for family of 4 thanks

Anything for Marrakech for 6 or 7 nights for August?

Anybody know of anything to Greece for the June/July sort of time for two people on a budget of under £250 pp? Flying from Bristol or Birmingham preferably!
Edited by: "pacoluchenko" 30th Jan 2014

SunshineStacey

I dont think thats sea xx



I presumed some sort of river bank leading to a sea. If Marrakech had that I'd be all over it like a rash.

If you want cultural feel free to go in ramadam which falls in these days hence the low price, but if you want a beach holiday I would advise not to. Locals are short tempered and bars are dry, only in resorts will serve alcohol. If food is seen eating during day out of resort, you do get scowled upon in my experience :-) Just a tip!

why is one member suspended and another banned here?

Stacey, i check your deals daily (nothing booked as yet) but im waiting for the right one

i think people are pathetic with their stupid digs, you keep going girl

Original Poster

vaughan2508

Stacey, i check your deals daily (nothing booked as yet) but im waiting … Stacey, i check your deals daily (nothing booked as yet) but im waiting for the right onei think people are pathetic with their stupid digs, you keep going girl



Thank you Vaughan its great to know that I am helping, that's my only aim

Let us know when you book, I get really excited when someone benefits from one xxxx

Hated Marrakech, couldn't move for scam artists and charlatans accosting you. Would never go back

Thanks very much, booked up for me and my girlfriend =)
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