Scale of 90-100
Sumptuous pleasure palace rivaling the Alhambra, made possible by the King of Morocco’s unlimited budget and more than 1,000 master artisans. The 53 one- to three-bedroom accommodations start at 1,500 square feet, accessible to staff by underground tunnels. Three-level Premier Riads feature mosaic-tiled entry courts, woodburning fireplaces, striking master baths with swirling inlaid marble and roof terraces with plunge pools and relaxation tents. Extravagant, airy spa with conservatory-like indoor pool; new outdoor pool surrounded by plush cabanas and mature gardens (including transplanted centuries-old olive trees). Le Jardin for alfresco lunches and superlative La Grande Table Marocaine and La Grande Table Française overseen by award-winning chef Yannick Alléno. This property alone is reason enough to visit Marrakech.
Read the full review from our editors.
Service that was incredibly attentive without being obsequious; the careful consideration of the guest experience from start to finish; the extraordinary craftsmanship of the palatial décor; the sumptuous restaurant; the sybaritic spa; the glamorous pool amid mature gardens; the vast and plush accommodations; the location within walking distance of the Djemaa el-Fna.
Checking out was a dagger to the heart.
Good to Know
Rates include airport transfers, as well as access to the FastTrack immigration line.
Royal Mansour Features:
- Children welcome
- Fitness center
- Private pool
- Room service
Average Mid-High Season Rates (including taxes):
Superior Riad, $1,200; Premier Riad, $1,590.
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