Mandarin Oriental Marrakech due to open in Morocco this Spring
Mandarin Oriental Marrakech is due to open to tourists this spring in Morocco. The luxury hotel is situated within 20 hectares of landscaped gardens and it has the 54 luxurious villas with private gardens and swimming pools, nine lavish suites, and an array of facilities including five gourmet restaurants and a spa.
The bustling city of Marrakech will have a new hotel this spring as the Mandarin Oriental, Marrakech gets ready to open to guests.
The luxury hotel is located within 10 hectares of verdant grounds in Morocco and it has 54 luxury villas with gardens and private swimming pools, and nine exquisite suites with terraces boasting views of the soaring Atlas Mountains.
The property's interiors were designed by the French duo, Patrick Gilles and Dorothee Boissier, who blended clean lines and symmetrical forms with Berber and Spanish Arabic touches.
Set amongst lush gardens full of 100,000 roses, bougainvillea, olive trees and prickly pears, the five-star hotel offers upscale facilities including five gourmet restaurants that serve local and international cuisine, plus a poolside option for al fresco dining; a lavish spa with 1,800 square metres of space, three individual treatment rooms, a couples suite, two hammams, a yoga and tai chi studio, an indoor swimming pool, and a modern fitness centre; an outdoor swimming pool and running track around the resort; and modern meeting and events space.
The 54 one and two-bedroom villas range between 280 and 440 square-metres in size and all have heated pools, hot tubs, and open-air showers within walled gardens, while the seven suites have rooftop plunge pools and gorgeous views. The two Spa Suites both feature private treatment rooms and infinity lap pools.
Situated close to Marrakech Royal Golf Club and the city's busy medina, guests will find plenty of activities and places to explore during their stay at Mandarin Oriental, Marrakech.
Morocco is a country in North Africa located south of Spain with a coastline stretching across both the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea.
Tourists can explore the medieval city of Fez; visit the movie-famous city of Casablanca that is also home to Morocco's largest mosque, The King Hassan II; and wander around the traditional souks, spice markets and historical ruins of the capital, Marrakech.
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Soak up that much-needed vitamin D form a panoramic resort facing a 7-kilometre beach
- Leave behind everyday stress and benefit from all spa treatments or enjoy the Yoga and Pilates Classes
- Free Wireless Internet in addition to the comfortable accommodations with spectacular sea views
- A wide range of activities to enjoy such as beach football, volleyball, table tennis and much more