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Four Seasons Marrakech

Imagine a place where you can lose yourself in the magic of Marrakech from the comfort of a luxury resort. A place where Moorish gardens surround silvery swimming pools, where jasmine and roses perfume the air, where exotic experiences are part of daily life and where your wish is our pleasure. Imagine Four Seasons Resort Marrakech – where traditional values and contemporary comforts unite.

Welcome to Four Seasons’ 16-hectare (40-acre) Moorish garden sanctuary – perfectly situated between the Red City’s fabled, ancient medina and the cosmopolitan neighbourhoods of the Ville Nouvelle.

Each of its 139 rooms inspires a different experience, from spacious doubles with breathtaking views of the snow-peaked Atlas Mountains, to intimate pavilion suites with private plunge pools. Dining spans from healthy, poolside lunches to lively family-style suppers and Italian haute cuisine. And while the kids let off steam in their very own Kasbah, you can take time out for tennis or yoga.


Mandarin Oriental


Lying in 20 hectares of fragrant gardens and olive groves, Mandarin Oriental, Marrakech is a five-star luxury resort only minutes from the city centre. With excellent facilities and world-class dining, we offer the ultimate Moroccan escape.

With the Atlas Mountains as a backdrop and a series of serene ponds as a centrepiece, Mandarin Oriental, Marrakech lies nestled in 20 hectares of olive groves and landscaped gardens, beautifully scented with jasmine, night-blooming cestrum and over 100,000 fragrant roses. Only 10 minutes from the city’s famous Medina, this elegant, contemporary resort feels a world away in terms of serenity, with just 54 luxurious villas and 9 spacious suites, a world-class spa and excellent dining.


La Mamounia

It all began in the 12th century with an oasis sheltered beneath the ramparts of Marrakesh. Six centuries later, Prince Al Mamoun, who received the gardens as a wedding gift from his father, gave it his name. The years passed and, in 1923, the hotel La Mamounia opened its doors, offering a subtle blend of Arabic-Andalusian architecture and Art Deco style. A legend was born…

Since its beginnings, La Mamounia has embodied all the refinement of Morocco – an Oriental atmosphere comprising noble materials crafted with remarkable ancestral know-how, as well as plays of light and perspective, and a harmonious blend of plant and mineral features, all of which combine to create a powerful sensory experience. All of this is enhanced with unobtrusive modern facilities. A beautiful and outwardly simple presentation. La Mamounia superbly combines the Oriental atmosphere of a beautiful Moroccan home with all the comfort of a palace.

Offering a sumptuous setting and an elegantly simple welcome, the hotel is a fine example of Arabic-Andalusian architecture, a showcase for master craftsmanship, and a living testament to an illustrious past.


Royal Mansour Marrakech

The Royal Mansour Marrakech was born out of a vision to create a spectacular masterpiece exceeding the demands of today’s discerning traveller, while reflecting the true essence of Moroccan tradition.

Like the great gates of the imperial cities of Morocco, the monumental entrance is testimony of the local craftsmanship as well as the materials and techniques used; such as the traditional cedar wood, chiseled metal and sculpted plaster work. Just like the famous “Bab el Khemis” (Thursday Gate), the Royal Mansour Marrakech’s great gate promises; “happiness, wealth and prosperity”.

The magnificent main reception building with its fabulous lobby, the bar, the different lounges, the beautiful library, as well as the three renowned restaurants, entice guests in. Inspired by North Africa, Spain as well as Portugal’s traditional Moorish architecture, the Royal Mansour Marrakech hotel design showcases symmetry entwined with classical forms.

The ground-breaking, distinctive and ingenious masterpiece hotel design is magnified by an intricate series of underground tunnels to each of the property’s 53 riads, accessed only by staff and thus guaranteeing the utmost privacy and discretion.



Mention Marrakech and red sandstone buildings, pungent spices, snake charmers, and vibrant souks and bazaars instantly come to mind. For more than 1,000 years, this ancient “Red City” has provided an exotic gateway to the intoxicating mysteries of Morocco, blending history with modernity for luxury world travelers and celebrities to enjoy. Explore the heart of the former imperial city, a historic fortified area surrounded by modern neighborhoods, then venture to the country’s largest outdoor market filled with everything from handwoven carpets to consumer electronics. A helpful note: We suggest you visit Marrakech and its snow-capped Atlas Mountains in spring when the roses bloom and the skies are blue — the perfect setting for a chic honeymoon or a romantic getaway.