Mandarin Oriental Marrakech enjoys the unique benefit of being both close to frenetic city life and secluded in suburban peace. Set outside of the city within its own private garden, guests enjoy this balance in oasis-style splendor.
Nearly 50 acres of private gardens and olive groves surround the Mandarin Oriental Marrakech. A stroll through the landscaped grounds reveals over 100,000 roses, jasmine, night-blooming cestrum, and a number of ponds that reflect the Atlas Mountains in the background.
Guests in pursuit of tranquility will find it within the hotel’s collection of exclusive villas and suites. Contemporary design aesthetics meet traditional Moroccan architecture throughout the spaces. Interiors are sophisticated and minimalist, incorporating the tadelakt-plastered walls and crisp neutral colors with geometrical designs found on traditional Berber crafts. Your own private terrace and heated swimming pool is a bonus in each accommodation, made for luxurious, secluded relaxation.
The two Pool Villas emulate a private riad, complete with a central courtyard, separate kitchen for private dinner service, and tall glass doors that connect all of the indoor and outdoor spaces together with ease. Families and larger groups of travelers can certainly be accommodated as well. Enjoying a view towards the Atlas Mountains and boasting enough room for 19 people, the Penthouse is over 12,000 square feet of pure opulence.
An oasis within an oasis, the spa at Mandarin Oriental Marrakech promises a peaceful escape. The menu of therapies combines time-honored holistic wellness standards with local Moroccan traditions, and each treatment room includes its own private courtyard garden. Guests may also opt to recharge within the hammams, and practice in the yoga studio.
Meal time invites more attention to your well being, with just a dash of indulgence. Moroccan dishes are given a modern update by the talented chefs at Mes’Lalla, led by visionary chef Meryem Cherkaoui. You might also breeze by the Pool Garden for a menu of light and fresh Mediterranean fare, and venture into Le Salon Berbere lounge any time of day for a meal, tea time, or champagne tasting.
Enjoy the dichotomy of a quiet stay close to one of the world’s great cities at Mandarin Oriental Marrakech. A short drive with your Ker & Downey guide delivers you to the Marrakesh city center, the historic Medina, and the bustling Jemaa El Fna square. The hotel’s convenient location grants guests easy access to all of Marrakesh’s cultural treasures, and the rugged wonder of the Atlas Mountains.Request Information