30 minues out of town, the Kasbah Agafay hotel arranges lots of activities including horse and camel riding, quadbiking and a cookery school. There is also a spa and swimming pool.
Of course Kssour Agafay is based within its own classic Morroccan riad, but Marrakech is strewn with them and even grander palaces, which together are a manifestation of the city's wealth. The Badi Palace (pictured), Royal Palace and Bahia Palace are all famous landmarks and worth a visit.
Roughly an hour's drive from Marrakech is the small town of Asni in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains. From there you can reach the village of Imlil, which is the set-off point for climbs up the 4,000m Mount Toubkal.
The Kssour Agafay hotel, on the same site as the studio, has a resident cook who serves delicious, organic Moroccan cuisine with somethine new on the menu every day. Great food on your doorstep!
Escape to the luxurious Kasbah Agafay retreat just outside of the city where there is everything from accommodation, a spa, swimming pool, luxury tents and an amazing Moroccan restaurant.
Classy French Suisine in the center of Marrakech.
A very popular restaurant in the city center that serves traditional Moroccan cuisine.
Another Moroccan restaurant renowned for excellent local cuisine. It is based in the Medina.
There are of course plenty of great Moroccan restaurants in the Medina. Le Toubssil is just one of them.
Head to the center of town for dinner and an eveing of belly dancing at Le Comptoir.
One of Marrakech's biggest nightclubs, famed for its energetic performance dancers and DJs from around the world.
Another popular all-night haunt for the revellers of Marrakech.
The self-styled 'best club in Morocco'. The Pacha super-club chain have come to Marrakech, too.
A cafe/restaurant/bar with a good and simple menu and lovely outdoor dining area.
Cafe de la Poste serves French and Moroccan cuisine from brunch through to dinner.