What we love
This hotel has more than its fair share of wow factor! Owned by royalty and makes you feel like a personal guest of the king. The hotel is a masterpiece in both aesthetics and experience, highlighting traditional Moroccan style whilst catering for every modern desire.
Setting the scene
The Royal Mansour takes its inspiration from the traditional architecture and arts of the Moorish culture and then catapults them to an opulent level. Individual dwellings are laid out in a maze of courtyards and winding pathways lined with local flora, colourful mosaics and a central fountain feature. Indulge in the comforts of your riad, the attentive service and the mind boggling attention to detail and if you get a moment - pop in to the city to see Marrakesh!
There are no hotel rooms at the Royal Mansour, instead you have a private riad residence. Spread over three floors, you can choose from a one to four bedrooms, the larger residences also having their own dining rooms. All of the riads are finished to the same opulent design as the rest of the hotel making them luxurious, elegant and distinctly Moroccan in style. Make your way to your roof terrace, complete with plunge pool and open fire to enjoy the cooler evenings. The traditional styling hides the clever technology to ensure your comfort such as sensors to close the roof at the first drop of rain.
The 3 restaurants at the Royal Mansour make dining at the hotel an unrivalled experience in Marrakesh. The hotel is proud of their Michelin three- star resident chef who takes the best of French and Moroccan flavours to create exciting and modern cuisine. La Grande Table Francaise and Le Grande Table Marocaine are fine dining restaurants, modelled on traditional Moorish architecture and lavishly appointed. La Table is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and serves a Mediterranean menu. The service in all 3 restaurants matches that of the rest of the hotel, however, you can also opt to dine in your riad, making use of the roof terrace or the coolness of the interior. There are many bars and lounges at the Royal Mansour, so whether you desire a mint tea, light snack, evening cocktail or after dinner vintage spirit, there is the place for you. A favourite is Le Piano Bar which, as the name suggests, has live piano music every evening and boasts views over the Andalusian Gardens.
The main pool is a welcoming area to relax, surrounded by tropical palms whilst the impressive library offers an indoor respite from the Moroccan sun and the opportunity to read up on the local arts, architecture and traditions. The spa at the Royal Mansour is extensive and offers sumptuous treatments and has its own hammam so you can indulge in the Moroccan customs alongside traditional spa treatments. There is also a fully equipped fitness centre with cardio equipment, weights and yoga.
A rarity in hotels of this standard, the Royal Mansour caters for children fantastically and has an active kids club to keep young families entertained.
International flights arrive at Marrakesh International Airport which is just fifteen minutes from the Royal Mansour by car. The hotel provides complimentary airport transfers with a VIP Meet and Greet service on arrival at the airport.
- £2980pp in low season
- £3500pp in high season
- 5 nights bed and breakfast in luxury accommodation, including flights and transfers