Attractive and Picturesque Location: Marrakech is a fascinating and exotic city, offering a unique setting for a seminar. Its bustling alleyways, historic palaces, and traditional architecture make Marrakech a place full of charm and inspiration.

For 20 years, the event agency MARRAKECH EVENTS has been committed to offering companies and private groups the best of the city for organizing seminars, conventions, incentive trips, team building, press trips, and prestigious evenings…

Here are some compelling reasons to organize your next event in Marrakech with MARRAKECH EVENTS

Ease of Access

There are numerous flight connections between Marrakech and France, operated by several airlines. Here are some of the airlines that operate flights between Marrakech and various cities in France

1 Royal Air Maroc: The Moroccan national airline offers direct flights between Marrakech and several French cities, including Paris, Lyon, Marseille, Nice, and Toulouse.

2 Air France: Air France offers direct flights between Paris and Marrakech, as well as connecting flights from other major French cities.

3 Ryanair: Ryanair operates direct flights between Marrakech and several French cities, including Paris, Marseille, Bordeaux, Nantes, and Toulouse.

4 Transavia: This low-cost airline connects Marrakech to several French cities, primarily Paris, Lyon, Nantes, and Montpellier.

5 EasyJet: EasyJet offers direct flights between Marrakech and several French cities, including Paris, Lyon, Bordeaux, and Toulouse

Favorable Climate

Marrakech enjoys a warm and sunny climate throughout the year. Organizing a seminar in this city means enjoying pleasant weather that is conducive to outdoor activities.

Modern Infrastructure

Marrakech boasts modern hotel and conference infrastructure, with numerous well-equipped hotels, palaces, and conference centers. You will find a variety of options to suit all sizes and requirements for your seminar. Here are some of the largest hotels in Marrakech that offer facilities suitable for organizing a seminar:

1 La Mamounia: This iconic Marrakech hotel has spacious conference and meeting rooms that can accommodate up to 500 people. It also offers luxury catering and accommodation services

2 Palmeraie Palace: Located in the Palmeraie of Marrakech, this hotel complex features a variety of meeting and conference rooms, as well as outdoor spaces for outdoor events. The facilities can accommodate small groups to large conferences.

3 Mövenpick Hotel Mansour Eddahbi Marrakech: This 5-star hotel features flexible meeting and conference rooms that can accommodate up to 700 participants. It also offers comprehensive services for corporate events, including catering and accommodation.

Four Seasons Resort Marrakech: This luxury hotel offers state-of-the-art meeting and conference facilities. Its rooms can accommodate up to 400 people, and the hotel also offers outdoor spaces for dinners or special events.

The Four Seasons Resort Marrakech is known for its high rates and caters to a luxury clientele. It is particularly suitable for influencer trips, luxury travel, executive meetings, and other high-end seminars.

Kenzi Menara Palace: This hotel has meeting rooms that can accommodate up to 600 people. It offers a wide range of services for seminars and event organization, including team-building activities.

These hotels are among the largest and most prestigious in Marrakech, offering facilities suitable for seminars and comprehensive services to ensure the success of your professional event.

The riad, an original accommodation option


MARRAKECH EVENTS loves to offer the privatization of a riad to small groups looking for something exceptional.


Traditional riads and houses: Traditional accommodation in Morocco is often in riads, magnificent traditional houses located in the medinas. Riads are characterized by their inner courtyards, patios, and lush gardens, offering a haven of peace and tranquility.

Organizing a seminar in a riad in Marrakech can be a unique and memorable experience. Marrakech is full of beautiful riads, ranging from the most traditional to the most modern. Some riads offer spaces suitable for professional events, such as meeting rooms, conference rooms, and outdoor spaces for breaks and team-building activities.

Some riads will offer you activities specific to Moroccan culture, such as traditional cooking or music workshops, to provide an authentic experience for your participants. Planning a seminar in a riad in Marrakech offers a unique experience that combines the authentic atmosphere of Morocco with the comfort and amenities of professional accommodation. By following these steps, you can create an unforgettable event for yourself and your participants.


A RICH CULTURAL DESTINATION: Marrakech is rich in Moroccan culture and traditions. Organizing a seminar in this city offers participants the opportunity to explore a fascinating culture, discover local cuisine, traditional craftsmanship, and participate in unique cultural activities.

Marrakech is home to historic monuments that testify to its rich past. Here are some of the city’s main monuments:

1 The Medina of Marrakech: Classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the medina is one of Marrakech’s most iconic places. It houses narrow alleys, bustling souks, sumptuous palaces, and historic monuments such as the Koutoubia Mosque and the Saadian Tombs.

2 Koutoubia Mosque: This 12th-century mosque is a symbol of Marrakech. Its 77-meter-high minaret is visible from almost every point in the city. The mosque is surrounded by peaceful gardens where visitors can stroll.

3 Menara Gardens: Located a few kilometers from the city center, the Menara Gardens offer a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of Marrakech. They include a large basin surrounded by centuries-old olive trees and offer stunning views of the Atlas Mountains.

4 Bahia Palace: This sumptuous 19th-century palace is a beautiful example of traditional Moroccan architecture. It houses many richly decorated courtyards and rooms, as well as lush gardens.

5   Saadian Tombs: These tombs date back to the 16th century and were rediscovered in 1917. They house the tombs of members of the Saadian dynasty and are remarkable for their architecture and delicate decorations.

6   Marrakech’s city walls: The Medina of Marrakech is surrounded by imposing city walls dating from the 12th century. You can walk along the city walls and enjoy stunning views of the city.

7  El Badi Palace: This ruined palace dating from the 16th century was once one of the most opulent in Morocco. Although almost entirely in ruins today, it offers an idea of its past grandeur and panoramic views from its top.

These monuments bear witness to the history and culture of Marrakech, and visiting them offers a fascinating experience for visitors to the city

A True Art of Living

Organizing a seminar in Marrakech is an opportunity to discover a Moroccan way of life steeped in traditions, hospitality, and a deep appreciation for beauty and well-being. Here are some characteristic elements of Moroccan living:

1 Moroccan Hospitality: Moroccans are known for their warm welcome and generous hospitality. Visitors are often greeted with mint tea, pastries, and warm smiles. It is common to invite guests to share a hearty meal and make them feel at home.

2 Moroccan Cuisine: Moroccan cuisine is a central element of Moroccan living. Moroccan dishes such as tagine, couscous, pastilla, and méchouis are prepared with fresh ingredients and a profusion of spices. Meals are often shared with family or friends in a convivial atmosphere.

3 Mint Tea Rituals: Mint tea is an institution in Morocco. Carefully prepared and served in small glass cups, it is a symbol of Moroccan hospitality. Moroccans attach great importance to the tea ceremony, which often accompanies gatherings and discussions.

4 Traditional Craftsmanship: Handicrafts play a significant role in Moroccan daily life and living. Moroccan artisans are renowned for their craftsmanship in areas such as pottery, weaving, leatherwork, ironwork, engraving, and ceramics. Markets and souks are filled with unique handmade products.

5 Hammams: Hammams, traditional public baths, are an integral part of Moroccan living. These relaxation spots offer deep cleansing and a relaxing experience in a warm and soothing setting.

Examples of Activities in Marrakech

MARRAKECH EVENTS has been organizing events of all kinds in Marrakech for 20 years. For your seminar, incentive trip, or press and influencer trip, their team will offer you a rich and diverse program tailored to your specifications.

 Team-Building Activities:

Marrakech offers a multitude of exciting team-building activities, such as quad biking excursions in the surrounding desert, mountain hikes, Moroccan cooking classes, visits to traditional souks, and more.

These activities will help strengthen team cohesion and collaboration.

1 Desert Quad Biking Rally: Organize an exhilarating quad biking adventure through the desert landscapes around Marrakech. It’s a thrilling activity that will have your team working together while enjoying the adrenaline rush and exploring spectacular scenery.

2 Treasure Hunt in the Medina: Divide your team into groups and organize a treasure hunt in Marrakech’s medina. Participants will need to solve puzzles and follow clues to discover iconic locations in the city while strengthening their teamwork.

3 Moroccan Cooking Class: There’s nothing like bringing your team closer together than sharing a Moroccan cooking class. Learn together how to prepare traditional dishes such as tajine or Moroccan pastries and then enjoy them all together.

4 Hiking in the Atlas Mountains: Arrange a hike in the stunning Atlas Mountains surrounding Marrakech. This outdoor and physically challenging activity will allow your team members to push themselves while admiring breathtaking landscapes.

5 Skiing in the Atlas Mountains: In Marrakech, you can even go skiing near the Atlas Mountains at the Oukaïmeden ski resort! Located approximately 80 km from Marrakech, Oukaïmeden is the highest ski resort in Africa and offers slopes suitable for all levels, from beginners to experienced skiers. You can rent equipment on-site and take advantage of ski instructors if needed.

 The ski season in Marrakech typically runs from December to March, depending on snow conditions. The best months for skiing are usually January and February when snowfall is most abundant. These team-building activities will allow your team members to strengthen their teamwork, develop collaboration, and create memorable memories during your stay in Marrakech.

Certainly, here are some unusual activities to do in Marrakech:

1 Art Workshop: Organize an artistic session where participants can unleash their creativity. Whether it’s a painting, pottery, or drawing workshop, this activity will help free the mind and encourage individual expression.

2 Yoga or Meditation Session: Marrakech offers many peaceful places suitable for yoga or meditation practice. Arrange a mindfulness session to allow your colleagues to relax and refocus, promoting well-being and concentration.

3 Traditional Dance Class: Introduce your team to traditional Moroccan dances such as belly dancing or Raqs Sharqi. It’s a fun and unique experience that enhances coordination, self-confidence, and synchronization among team members.

4 Eco Day: Plan a day dedicated to eco-friendly activities like cleaning a park, tree planting, or environmental awareness. This will create collective awareness about environmental issues and strengthen bonds within your team.

These unusual activities in Marrakech will help your team step out of their comfort zone, stimulate creativity, and promote values like ecology, relaxation, and personal expression.