For a true sense of Moroccan tradition, it has to be the Royal Mansour Marrakech resort. Nestled in the center of this bustling cosmopolitan city, the resort has been built very much in keeping with the local architecture and culture, even incorporating the historic imperial city wall into its build. An impressive sight to behold, the owners wish to showcase the best of Moroccan architecture and craftsmanship has certainly not been ignored. You will be greeted by an intricate gate designed in the style of the famous Bab Fes Khemis (Thursday Gate), that once characterized the old imperial metropolis, symbolizing happiness, fortune and prosperity. The Royal Mansour Marrakech is a veritable oasis of calmness and luxury. Take a stroll through the Andalusian courtyards and wander at the beautiful olive groves and tall, dark palms. If you’re looking for an unparalleled exclusive retreat, look no further than the Royal Mansour Marrakech.
Prices begin at EUR 1,650 for a one-bedroom Riad. For a decadent stay in the luxurious four-bedroom Riad d’Honneur, expect to pay around EUR 36,400. All prices are subject to change. Please contact us for more detailed information regarding rates.
Experience the hustle and bustle of cosmopolitan Marrakech on vacation in the stunning Royal Mansour Marrakech resort. A mere 15 minute walk away from the historical heart of Morocco’s most important imperial city, you couldn’t be closer to the beating heart of North Africa if you tried. With great attractions such as the Koutoubia Mosque, the Saadian Tombs the Bahia Palace and many more, you’ll soon be at one with the rhythm that drives life in this most international of cities.
The owners of the Royal Mansour Marrakech resort commissioned a highly qualified architectural team combining the very best of international design and local artisans to create a luxury accommodation complex which more than meets the needs of the even the most discerning traveler. Spread across a 3.5-hectare plot, the expansive Royal Mansour Marrakech resort is a testimony to Moroccan architecture and craftsmanship. Designed predominantly in a typical Moorish style, reminiscent of the breathtaking Alhambra Palace in southern Spain, the design team has left no stone unturned in creating this incredible luxury resort. You will be housed in one of the 53 riads – private residences reminiscent of the old imperial Moroccan palaces. Spread across three floors and containing between 1 and 4 decadent bedrooms, each riad is distinctive in character and style, decorated as they with the very best of luxury fabrics, unique antiques and stunning, custom-made furniture. All ground floor residences feature lobby areas, a sun-soaked patio area and lavish living room designed to house the very best in modern technology as standard. The larger riads also include their own galleries and exquisite dining rooms; perfect for enjoying quality time with loved ones over a meal from the Royal Mansour’s two gourmet restaurants. The very best of the riads – including the executive Riad d’Honneur – are located on the third floor, offering spectacular views of the well-tended gardens of the Royal Mansour Marrakech and beyond to the Atlas Mountains. Upon the roof terraces, the inviting plunge pools, the outstanding Bedouin tents and the divine private hammams will astound you. Proving that no detail has gone unthought of, the terraces are protected by a state of the art roof system, which automatically closes at even the slightest hint of rain. These incredible private residences are maintained by a discrete staff, made up of 500 multinational highly-trained individuals who enter the properties via an intricate underground tunnel network so as to allow you to go about the business of enjoying your luxury holiday in Marrakech.
Healthy living is an important principle at the Royal Mansour Marrakech resort. As well as the various spa and relaxation treatments, a nutritious and delicious assortment of culinary treats will be prepared for you by the professional and highly qualified Royal Mansour Marrakech kitchen staff. Headed by the 3 times Michelin Star winning French chef Yannick Alleno, you’re in for a treat within the walls of the two gastronomy restaurants: La Grande Table Marocaine and La Grande Table Française. Serving Moroccan and French haute cuisine respectively, your taste-buds will be taken on an exquisite journey spanning traditional French delicate flavours and the rich taste of the Orient. It is often said that the best way to sample a culture is through its food – we’re certain that after a delicious Moroccan tangine you’ll fall in love with Marrakech all the more.
The Royal Mansour Marrakech is built around an ethos of relaxation and healthy living. What better place to turn over a new leaf than with a spiritual spa journey. The unparalleled spa area consists of 13 different treatment rooms, a state of the art gym with an incredible sauna and the pieces de resistances - two fabulous Moroccan hammams – one for the gentlemen and one for the ladies. After a consultation with one of the many Royal Mansour Marrakech spa experts, you will be given your very own unique and personalized programme to follow. Relaxing massages in rooms decorated in the purity of white but brought to life by the vibrancy of local flora with have you feeling spiritualized in no time at all. The nutritious delights in Le Salon de Thé will have you feeling like new both on the inside and the outside.
After enjoying a few sessions of pure relaxation in the true Moroccan style, you’re sure to want to discover more about the cultures and traditions of this magnificent country. What better way to do so than to explore the city itself, a mere 15 minutes away from the Royal Mansour Marrakech complex. Be sure to experience the Djemaa el Fna – the busiest square in North Africa, if not the world. Always full of life and people of all colors and beliefs, Djemaa el Fna takes on a particularly vibrant flavor on market day. The traditional Berber market or “souk” is the largest of its kind in Morrocco, positively heaving with dancers, musicians and of course the thousands of ordinary citizens attempting to secure a bargain. Similarly close-by is the Old Medina and the Marrakech Museum – an absolute must for those who wish to get to know city and its impressive culture a little better.
Best Time to Travel
Temperatures often lie above 80 degrees Fahrenheit between the months of April and October, with precipitation levels at low in July and August. During these months, the temperatures regularly break the 100 degrees Fahrenheit mark – if traveling with elderly guests or with young children, it may be worth avoiding a vacation in the peak summer months.
How to get there
Situated in the very heart of Marrakech, it will come as no surprise to discover that the Royal Mansour Marrakech can be accessed trouble-free. Located 10 minutes from the hustle and bustle of Marrakech Central Station and a mere quarter of an hour away from the Marrakech Menara International Airport, you’ll soon be able to start your luxurious vacation in style. Guests traveling to Morocco via the Casablanca Mohammed V International Airport should factor in a little more time however. Transfers from Casablanca to the Royal Mansour Marrakech usually last approximately 2.5 hours.