The hotel’s architecture pays tribute to the diversity and virtuosity of the Kingdom’s master craftsmen. Riads take the place of rooms—completely private accommodations that stretch from one bedroom to four—and purposefully overlook the Koutoubia Mosque and Atlas Mountains.
No detail has been left spared at Royal Mansour Marrakech. From the unparalleled service – discreet and private – to the skill and craft experienced at every turn in the textiles, architecture, and food, all made by the Kingdom’s master craftsmen. The hotel is as close as one may come to royalty—both literally and metaphorically.
53 luxury riads are spread across a medina connected by narrow alleyways and secret doors, each one ranging in size from one to four bedrooms. The hotel describes its Grand Riad, complete with its own butler, as “unique, supreme, legendary.” With its own private olive tree patio, landscaped gardens, and pool, the almost-20,000sq ft. showstopper is an unforgettable experience for even the most prestigious guests.
How to spend your time
Regardless of how many nights you stay at Royal Mansour Marrakech, it will never feel like long enough. Once you’ve passed through the hotel’s Moorish lobby, you might have to search for the desire to leave again. Lucky for you, the Royal Mansour Marrakech Spa is spread across three floors and welcomes you to an intimate universe where the citrus gardens enchant. Three-Michelin-star chefs, Yannick Alléno and Massimilano Alajmo, embody the hotel’s opulent spirit with their innovative dishes that cater to every taste bud.
Fall in love with
Designed by Spanish architect, Luis Vallejo, Le Jardin at Royal Mansour Marrakech pays tribute to the palm grove to which it owes its birth. Enjoy the garden’s herbs, organic vegetables, and artists residence, as well the wide variety of trees, intentionally planted by Vallejo for their natural integration into the environment and gardens of Marrakech.
Expect the unexpected
If you’ve experienced world-class, extraordinary service, you might wonder how it could be better—let the Royal Mansour Marrakech show you the way. The hotel’s 500 staff navigate through a labyrinthic underground complex of tunnels, guaranteeing complete privacy and discretion as they foresee your every need with a little extra soul and the je ne sais quoi that distinguishes your experience from all others.
The best time to visit
The shoulder seasons from March to May, and September to November is when the weather is comfortably warm for relaxing on the rooftop of your riad; exploring Le Jardin; and taking day trips discovering the Medina.
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How to get there
Marrakech Menara airport is less than 15 minutes away.