Admire the amazing display of handicraft: tiles, mosaics, carved tadelakt, painted wood, and ornaments.
As the sun sets in Marrakech, the low light creates drastic shadows and warm colors on buildings and ancient squares. Within the old walls of the city, diverse aromas perfume the air, and candlelight flickers from small windows. The atmosphere is enthralling and intoxicating, and seems to have been bottled in its purest form at Royal Mansour Marrakech.
53 Riads are arranged in what can only be described as a private village. Each is beset with silks, gleaming tile work, handmade furniture, and traditional Moroccan lamps. From the lower bar and open-air courtyard, to the cooling private pool upon the roof, each Riad has been built out to an obsessive level of fit and finish.
Throughout the 35-hectare grounds, three restaurants will bring smiles to the gastronomically minded, cooking up French, Moroccan, and International favorites.
Cross the moat to the Moroccan Spa after a meal, and have a quick dip in the indoor pool prior to slipping off into a pleasant haze in a private treatment room. No matter what sort of luxuries you dream of, Royal Mansour can likely make them real the following day.