It’s hard to believe that Royal Mansour only opened in 2010 the Moroccan palace hotel has a sense of history about it that makes it seem like it has been around for much longer than it has. Royal Mansour exudes the charm of a grand old hotel. Old as in history not design and aesthetics for Royal Mansour is very much a contemporary hotel, its architecture and decor serving as a modern translation of the very best in Moroccan culture.
Commissioned by King Mohammed VI Royal Mansour is located in the Ocher City that is Marrakech and has quickly built up a reputation as must stay for tastemakers and discerning visitors alike- it was the location for Dior’s 2020 Cruise collection fashion show.
A one-of-a-kind experience defines the hotel, unlike traditional hotels that comprise rooms and suites Royal Mansour instead offers its guests 53 individual private riads, hidden within a medina of alleyways and secret doors. Uniquely and sumptuously decorated, each luxurious riad has 3 floors, leading to a roof terrace with a private pool and spectacular views of the Atlas Mountains. For guests and non-guests, there is a spa and hammam, restaurants offering local and international cuisine, and Le Jardin, the hotel’s tranquil olive grove garden, a relaxing haven within which you find an art studio, and a main swimming pool.
Royal Mansour celebrates Moroccan culture and craftsmanship. Everything from decor, food and service pays attention to the tiniest of details to ensure an unforgettable exceptional stay. Furniture and furnishings are bespoke, locally handcrafted using traditional and modern artisanal Moroccan techniques. As you expect from a hotel of this stature discretion is paramount, thanks to a network of underground tunnels connecting all parts of the hotel, service it there when you need it, and out of sight when you don’t.
Royal Mansour is the place where the exceptional hotel experience and glamour is redefined.
For further information about Royal Mansour visit: www.royalmansour.com
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