The Labranda Aqua Fun Club is your one-stop shop for a fun-filled family adventure, with over 30 thrilling water slides to enjoy, including the Kamikaze and Freefall. There’s also over 20 slides just for the little ones, with worlds to explore including a daring pirate ship and magical fairy tale castle. If all this splashtastic fun wasn’t enough, there’s also tons more activities and entertainment on offer, making this an ideal choice for an action-packed stay.
The property is located in a quiet neighbourhood outside of the city. However, exploring vibrant Marrakech couldn’t be easier, as the Jamaa El Fna main square and ancient Menara Gardens are both within half an hour’s drive.
Each of the fresh, spacious guest rooms feature an en-suite bathroom, air conditioning, satellite TV, minibar, safe, direct-dial telephone, hairdryer and a balcony or terrace.
Food & Drink
When it comes to dining at the Labranda Aqua Fun Club, you’ll be spoilt for choice, with two buffet restaurants, a snack bar and five bars to choose from.
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Sports & Entertainment
There’s a whopping 16 swimming pools to choose from, including two heated swimming pools, two indoor pools, a wave pool and seven pools just for kids. As well as being home to Morocco’s largest water park, the complex also offers spacious sun terraces with loungers, a fitness room and a spa and wellness centre – along with billiards, French bowls, water volleyball, football, river rafting, darts, aerobics, mini golf, table tennis, water polo, a kids club and a children’s playground. There’s also a great daytime and evening entertainment programme on offer, perfect for the whole family.
The Red City
Red baked-mud medina palaces beneath the snow-capped High Atlas and a powder-pink ring of ramparts around 19 kilometres of seething souqs, Marrakech is Morocco’s most memorable experience. Founded almost 1000 years ago on the edge of the Sahara, this southern market town grew to become one of the great cities of the Maghreb and a Unesco Heritage site to boot. But Marrakech isn’t some petrified piece of history that tourists come to gawk at, it’s bursting at the seems with an intense density of life and a modern entrepreneurialism that puts Manhattanites to shame. This isn’t a place where you can gracefully glide through. Instead you’ll find yourself telling jokes with snake charmers, dining outdoors in the Djemaa el-Fna, hankering after the latest henna tattoos and getting a hands-on scrub down in the local hammam. Pause for unexpected beauty and banter often with multi-lingual locals, because what are the chances you’ll come this way again?