Moroccan Charm at The Royal Mansour

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Moroccan Charm at The Royal Mansour

The Royal Mansour has established itself as one of the finest addresses in the world over recent years, set in the picturesque city of Marrakech; the hotel is the epitome of elegance and the ultimate in luxury.

With just 53 riads, The Royal Mansour prides itself on being intimate in comparison to some of the other larger hotels in the heart of city and touches such as underground tunnels leading to each riad for staff all contribute to it's guests having the privilege of uninterrupted privacy during their time in this oasis.

Opulent by design, the hotel has 34 one bedroom riads, 14 two bedroom and a further five larger spaces to accommodate groups and families with the largest riad having a spacious four bedrooms. Each riad is also equipped with its own private roof terrace complete with plunge pools and larger riads come with private hammams and open fireplaces.

Taking a privileged location just a stone’s throw away from the Djemaa el-Fnaa, The Royal Mansour provides a sanctuary away from the hustle and bustle whilst benefitting from being in one of the prime hotspots of this magical destination.

The almost entirely handmade hotel also boasts a luxury spa offering bespoke treatments by Sisley and Dr Hauschaka to name a few as well as it’s extensive hammam by MarocMaroc.

For dining, one is spoilt for choice, offering gastronomic excellence, Royal Mansour is home to three restaurants, Le Table for all day dining and Le Grande Table Marocain and French, two fine dining restaurants open for dinner only.

The brainchild of 3 Michelin Starred Yannick Alleno, La Grande Table Marocain is a celebration of authentic Moroccan cuisine. A unique fusion of flavours and a contemporary take on classic dishes all add to the spectacle of the restaurant that is frequented by hotel guests and external visitors alike.

As we approach the festive season, Royal Mansour is also hosting an array of events and activities including an exciting series of weekend workshops. Guests have the opportunity to take part in floral and wellness workshops, and the hotel has also launched an exclusive fashion orientated afternoon tea. Hosted twice a month during November and December, the afternoon tea is presented alongside a fashion show within the hotel’s La Table restaurant showcasing Moroccan designers.

One Bedroom Riads start from 10,000 MAD per night.

www.royalmansour.com