#Hotel: Royal Mirage Deluxe, the hotel itself was okay, around a mile away from major sites, as always we went half board. If any1 wishes to take part in any activities, we found it to be better and considerably cheaper to book with the hotel rather than the travel agents.
#Guilez: AKA the new City was not as good as we had expected it to be, the new mall has a lot to offer to those who are in need of some retail therapy.
#Beggars: Be warned, they are in every nook and cranny of the city. 1 has to accept the fact that they can't help/give to every single person that asks the question, so don't feel too bad about that.
#Madina: The old square has a lot to offer, you can find anything and everything in the market but always be prepared to haggle. You would be surprised at what you can achieve by haggling for a few seconds. Please be aware of the snake charmers who would without your consent place a snake around your neck and demand a hefty sum.
#Taxi: Doesn't matter where you are in Marrakech you would have no troubles finding a taxi but you must haggle BEFORE you jump in the car. A price negotiation of a few seconds will reduce the fare charge by up to 60%, we found that they would often quote 80 Dirhams but agree on around 25-30 Dirhams.
#Food: As a foodie all I can say is the food was "okay" it wasn't as dreamy as I had imagined before the trip. However I would say that it was ridiculously cheap, a meal for 2 with Moroccan Tea came to around £4 (£2 each) in the main Madina square.
In A #Nutshell: Marrakech was "okay" but not as amazing and happening as I had expected it to be. Regrettably it isn't a City that we would ever want to visit again
— with Qurat Ul Ain Sarib.