MOROCCO 7 NIGHTS ALL INCLUSIVE JUST £191.32 PP 4* EVERYTHING INCLUDED flights, baggage,transfers,hotel & all food & drink,great tripadvisor reviews £382.64 per couple departing Gatwick1/12/15 @ holidayhypermarket
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MOROCCO 7 NIGHTS ALL INCLUSIVE JUST £191.32 PP 4* EVERYTHING INCLUDED flights, baggage,transfers,hotel & all food & drink,great tripadvisor reviews £382.64 per couple departing Gatwick1/12/15 @ holidayhypermarket

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Found 8th Nov 2015
7 NIGHTS ALL INCLUSIVE FOR JUST £191.32 PER PERSON.

EVERYTHING INCLUDED FLIGHTS BAGGAGE TRANSFERS HOTEL & ALL FOOD AND DRINK

Departing Gatwick 1st December for 7 Nights

Staying at the 4*Riu Tikida Garden Hotel which has excellent tripadvisor reviews

Key Features
Big pool
3 bars
Shuttle bus into centre
Free Wi-Fi in lobby
With its peaceful setting and big pool, this place offers a gentle alternative to Marrakech’s bustle.
This terracotta hotel is in the peaceful Palmeraie area of Marrakech, about a 10-minute drive from the old town. And getting into the centre is easy, as the hotel offers a courtesy bus. The pool is a good size and next to it, there’s a Moroccan restaurant serving great tagines. In the evenings, meanwhile, you’ve got 3 bars to choose from, and live shows provide the entertainment.
Room Facilities
Twin rooms sleep up to 3 adults, with twin beds and a camp bed, bath or shower, air-conditioning, free Wi-Fi, satellite TV, phone, hairdryer and balcony or terrace. Maid service daily and linen and towel change twice weekly.
Twin rooms for sole occupancy are available at a supplement.
Meals

• International buffet restaurant with themed evenings
• Moroccan restaurant
Swimming pool

• Swimming pool
• Indoor pool 11.00-15.00, November-March - other times* as part of the Spa
• Sunbeds
• Parasols
• Pool snack bar
Activities

• Gym, 15.00-19.00 - other times*
• Sauna*
• Spa*
• Beauty salon*
• Beauty treatments*
• Hairdressing salon*
• Massage*
• Hydro-massage*
• Hammam*
• Relaxation room
• Algotherapy*
• Body wraps*
• Facials*
• Hydrotherapy*
• Manicure*
• Pedicure*
• Personal fitness trainer*
• 4 tennis courts - equipment*
• Minigolf
• Table tennis
• Volleyball
• Bicycle hire*
• Mini-football
• Badminton
• Aqua aerobics*
Entertainment

• Shows, live music and Riu evening programme several times a week
• Card area
• 3 bars including a lobby bar and lounge bar
For Families

• Paddling pool
• Playground
• Hotel-run kids' club for 4-12 years - school holidays only
• Highchairs
Other Facilities

• Lobby Wi-Fi
• Gift shop*
• 24-hour reception
• Courtesy bus to resort centre
• Gardens
Sleeps up to
3
No. of rooms
255
No. of buildings
4
No. of floors
3
No. of lifts
5

• In the palm grove area
• Short drive from the bars, restaurants and historical sights of Jemaa el-Fna Square
Transfers
20 minutes
Key:
* extra charge
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43 Comments
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Edited by: "markbowen07" 8th Nov 2015
Looks amazing and just a slight risk of death.
Too danderous
Been almost 5 years since there was last trouble in Morocco
Think I'll give this one a miss
Wifi in the lobby, wtf is that all about?
Cold because of that.
andrewmaclennan2

Too danderous



You can always wear a safety harness.
Good price
nice find looking for somewhere to go to get some winter sun
been to morroco twice in the last few years always felt safe many thx op
Our country prob leave us stranded there
Voted hot. Great holiday destination and good price. Personally I prefer slumming it in a cheap riad in the old town (Jemaa el-fnaa) so you can get a real feel for Maroc. If you go with the nice hotel you might as well be in a warm part of England.

Anyone who says it's dangerous need a to get their nose out of the Daily Mail and look at the world around them.
Hot from me
Who ever is voting this cold is out of character , the flights are not till next month. Hot from me too
voted cold cos i can..
Some might risk it. Personally I wouldn't. Terrorists have done a good job in driving people away.
any departures from manchester/birmingham at all op?
Stayed here a few years back, very nice location.
michaelgell

voted cold cos i can..


Well Done.....very useful contribution...
lovely hotel/staff/country stayed there last October wish this was from Manchester
umar

lovely hotel/staff/country stayed there last October wish this was from … lovely hotel/staff/country stayed there last October wish this was from Manchester


They have cheap deals from Manchester too
poshaffi

any departures from manchester/birmingham at all op?


Yes, Manchester deals also available. Just change the search setting to Manchester or north west airports
Great deal. If I wasn't already going to Morocco at the end of the month I'd book this!
Lovely hotel - stayed there a few years ago. If safety is what you're after I'd try somewhere else
cam2012

Yes, Manchester deals also available. Just change the search setting to … Yes, Manchester deals also available. Just change the search setting to Manchester or north west airports



​ok will do thanks
Great deal and lovely place for a hol, don't expect great weather though in December.
You may wish to consider an additional purchase for your holiday too ;-)

israel-catalog.com/mil…iii

"This light, flexible body armor is the model favored by military, law enforcement, and police/paramilitary (SWAT units) and holidaymakers to North Africa. This vest comes standard with pockets for Ballistic Plates (or suncream) for extra protection".

Edited by: "ribs1" 8th Nov 2015
adam_2004

Great deal and lovely place for a hol, don't expect great weather though … Great deal and lovely place for a hol, don't expect great weather though in December.



Don't look to shabby to me

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ribs1

You may wish to consider an additional purchase for your holiday too … You may wish to consider an additional purchase for your holiday too ;-)http://www.israel-catalog.com/military-outdoor-gear/external-body-armor/lightweight-bulletproof-vest-body-armor-level-iii"This light, flexible body armor is the model favored by military, law enforcement, and police/paramilitary (SWAT units) and holidaymakers to North Africa. This vest comes standard with pockets for Ballistic Plates (or suncream) for extra protection".



Lol
sideways126

Our country prob leave us stranded there



If you go there then you deserve to be stranded.
Anyone thinking of going must be plain stupid:
gov.uk/for…ism

Is a cheap holiday really worth the risk? Giving in to terrorism, if it keeps me alive then yes.
simont_space

Anyone thinking of going must be plain … Anyone thinking of going must be plain stupid:https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/morocco/terrorismIs a cheap holiday really worth the risk? Giving in to terrorism, if it keeps me alive then yes.


that was in 2011
like i said went last year lovely place excellent weather would go again
simont_space

Anyone thinking of going must be plain … Anyone thinking of going must be plain stupid:https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/morocco/terrorismIs a cheap holiday really worth the risk? Giving in to terrorism, if it keeps me alive then yes.



Have you checked the threat level in the UK is set to "Severe" so you are more likely to be safe in Morocco which just has a "high" level of threat. Makes you wonder who conjures up these "Def Con" levels, Con being the operative word here. lol
i priced this on thomson 2 adults 1 child depart manchester 1 dec and 4 dec for 7 nights £181
Lol what ****, Morocco is incredibly stable and very low risk.
Stayed at this hotel in August this year with Wife, two Daughters and Grandchildren aged 3 and 5. Traveled around freely by taxi and on foot, visiting lots of local sights, no safety issues at all. I have felt more threatened in London.
Wonderful place and very warm, friendly people.
simont_space

Anyone thinking of going must be plain … Anyone thinking of going must be plain stupid:https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/morocco/terrorismIs a cheap holiday really worth the risk? Giving in to terrorism, if it keeps me alive then yes.



Please tell me you are just trying to get a response (in which case well done, you win)
Currently the UK has a higher threat level for overseas visitors and there have been no significant incidents in Morocco since 2011 despite about 500,000 brits visiting each year.
And in case you are interested in personal experience i have been to Morocco twice in the last year without incident however i was on a bus that crashed last Saturday so i would say go to Morocco but avoid bus travel in the UK and you will be safer
Edited by: "howbord" 9th Nov 2015
howbord

Please tell me you are just trying to get a response (in which case well … Please tell me you are just trying to get a response (in which case well done, you win)Currently the UK has a higher threat level for overseas visitors and there have been no significant incidents in Morocco since 2011 despite about 500,000 brits visiting each year.And in case you are interested in personal experience i have been to Morocco twice in the last year without incident however i was on a bus that crashed last Saturday so i would say go to Morocco but avoid bus travel in the UK and you will be safer



So you ignore the Foreign Office warnings. Good for you. Tunisia is nice, Iran has marvellous historical sites and northern Nigeria is nice this time of year. You shouldn't expect any help from the Government if you ignore warnings though.
robaart

Have you checked the threat level in the UK is set to "Severe" so you are … Have you checked the threat level in the UK is set to "Severe" so you are more likely to be safe in Morocco which just has a "high" level of threat. Makes you wonder who conjures up these "Def Con" levels, Con being the operative word here. lol



Egyptian security staff accepting £5 to wave through the airport say tourists returning home. Try that at Heathrow. Any Brit that visits a muslim country in the country may as well wear a target on their back.
robaart

Have you checked the threat level in the UK is set to "Severe" so you are … Have you checked the threat level in the UK is set to "Severe" so you are more likely to be safe in Morocco which just has a "high" level of threat. Makes you wonder who conjures up these "Def Con" levels, Con being the operative word here. lol



Australian Gov
http://smartraveller.gov.au/countries/morocco
NZ
https://www.safetravel.govt.nz/morocco
ibtimes.co.uk/isl…362
From the foreign office website:

The threat to the UK (England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland) from international terrorism is severe.

Guess you had better follow the advice and leave the country simont
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