Marrakesh

I’ve just got back from a weeks stay in Marrakesh where I had an amazing time feeling the sunshine, smoking shisha, eating the most wonderful food and enjoying endless cups of Moroccan mint tea. I certainly have some cool spots to recommend to you guys (although you may have already seen a lot of these on Instagram before).

For my first three nights in Marrakesh, I stayed at the Movenpick Hotel. The hotel was absolutely beautiful and the staff was all super friendly and helpful. The hotel had recently undergone a complete refurbishment which translated into so many inspiring places to photograph from and turned out to be perfect for me. ON2A691fhd8-2aef-2fsdfs-2bikini: Tobi

AF-2ON2A66df25-2bikini: Tobi the experience of staying in a five-star hotel, I thought I would try out a Riad to get more of the true Moroccan experience. The first Riad I stayed in was called Riad Johara with it’s beautiful rooftop and lovely views over the old town and Medina. Again, I overloaded on maybe too many cups of Moroccan mint tea but it was the best way to keep cool while sunbathing on what was my hottest days while being in Marrakesh. ON2A8653-2

The second Riad I stayed in was  Riad Adore. This Riad was a lot more modern and spacious in contrast to the more traditional feel of Riad Johara so it was nice to have the experience of the two very different Riads.

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While out and about in Marrakesh I  went to La sultana hotel for a yummy lunch. This is one spot I couldn’t recommend enough – the food was amazing and it was so nice eating on a rooftop enjoying the wonderful menu while looking out over the city. The hotel was also great for photo spots. ON2A0231-2ON2A0472-2Overall, I had a great time in Marrakesh and it was fun yet again exploring somewhere new and different. The photo spots and opportunities were endless and it’s a place I will definitely be returning too.

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