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“An amazing property in Marrakech. Vast suites and villas are super stylish, in chic neutral tones, and all offer exceptional levels of luxury, including private pools. Suberb dining options, huge pool, vast spa and a kids club ensure that there's entertainment for all ages. ”

“An amazing property in Marrakech. Vast suites and villas are super stylish, in chic neutral tones, and all offer exceptional levels of luxury, including private pools. Suberb dining options, huge pool, vast spa and a kids club ensure that there's entertainment for all ages. ”

Hotel Review

Whenever you book a stay at a Mandarin Oriental property the expectations are high — it’s a hotel chain that has garnered global praise for its superb service, stunning interiors and attention to detail. And the Mandarin Oriental Marrakech is no different! It’s a sumptuous experience from start to finish. As you’re welcomed into the hotel, the feel is that you’ve entered a magnificent architectural statement with marble and water features galore, and design that truly lives up to the MO high standards. The other thing you notice is the stunning view. From the elevated lobby area you can see all the way down to the events pavilion at the other end of the grounds via the huge square swimming pool, pool garden restaurant and long water features that stretch the whole way down. On a good clear day, the Atlas Mountains vista is to-die-for! Your butler in a golf buggy will then whisk you off to your chosen suite or villa (all with pool and the suites in the main building also with great views). The accommodations are beautifully done. Pool villas mimic a classic Moroccan riad with a central courtyard with tumbling fronds of pretty white bougainvillea and jasmine, huge day beds for lounging and outdoor fireplace for cooler evenings, plus a really good-sized pool around which the rooms wrap. Spacious is not quite good enough for what you’ll find here. There’s a large sitting room with desk (if you must check your emails) leading through to your equally large bedroom which has the added bonus of direct access to the whirlpool tub at the end of the pool (so you can just fall out of bed into the water if that’s what you want), then through to the enormous marble bathroom with vast round bath, monsoon shower/steam room, dual sinks, and marble tables that are heated to ensure your towels will be cosy for you at all times. The design is super stylish: think black, white and creams with areas of wooden flooring accessorised by marble table tops, carved polished stone feature walls, black and white rugs and subtle eastern style lighting. It’s a fabulous combination of east meets west style that the MO group does so well! If you can drag yourself away from your room, the restaurants will not disappoint either. Often you find in large luxury hotels that the one thing letting the place down is the dining on offer. Well not here. Shirvan is an exciting concept created and developed by Michelin starred chef Akrame Benallal, where the Georgian chef is trying to emulate all the flavours and colours that you might find on a journey down the Silk Road. The result is seriously good from the sharing starters to a chicken tandoori that you’ll find hard to beat. Lunch can be taken at the Pool Garden restaurant which delivers really tasty food in a lovely pool side spot (perfect for some respite from the rays). It’s hard to find fault with such a well oiled machine as a Mandarin Oriental and this one certainly delivers on all fronts. Yes you’ll need deep pockets to stay here, but it’ll definitely be worth it!

 

Written by Sarah Empson

Recommended For

  • Romantic Break
  • Sumptuous accommodation, private gardens with pools, dinners under the stars. Romance is guaranteed!
  • Families
  • The property is ideal for families with its extensive facilities and multi-room villas and suites
  • 5* Luxury
  • As you'd expect from a Mandarin Oriental property the standard of luxury here is fabulous
  • Local markets
  • Anyone visiting Marrakech should experience the souks in the medina
  • Sights nearby
  • It's a ten minute taxi ride to the medina
  • Cooking classes
  • Can be arranged
  • Yoga
  • Honeymoons
  • Spa
  • There's a huge spa with indoor pool, gym, yoga rooms, mens & women's hammams, beauty salon and wide range of treatments
  • Restaurant
  • Choose between Shirvan (delicious dishes inspired by the Silk Road) or Ling Ling by Hakkasan for Asian cuisine
  • Kids Club
  • There's a kids club for little ones offering a range of outdoor and indoor activities
  • Views
  • The suites in the main building boast stunning Atlas Mountain views
  • Rooms with balcony/terrace
  • All rooms come with either private balcony, terrace or garden
  • Private Hot Tub
  • All pool villas have a pool and hot tub
  • Sit-out Terrace
  • Luxury
  • Child friendly
  • Gym
  • Chic

Facilities

  • Spa
  • There's a huge spa with indoor pool, gym, yoga rooms, mens & women's hammams, beauty salon and wide range of treatments
  • Restaurant
  • Choose between Shirvan (delicious dishes inspired by the Silk Road) or Ling Ling by Hakkasan for Asian cuisine
  • Bar
  • Shirvan Bar has a cool Berber Tent extension for chilled out cocktails and music from the resident DJ
  • Garden
  • The property is set in 20 hectares of beautiful landscaped grounds including a kitchen garden
  • Kids Club
  • There's a kids club for little ones offering a range of outdoor and indoor activities
  • Swimming Pool
  • There's a huge communal pool, plus all rooms come with their own private pool
  • Private villas
  • There are fifty four private villas with pools which can sleep up to six
  • Views
  • The suites in the main building boast stunning Atlas Mountain views
  • Rooms with balcony/terrace
  • All rooms come with either private balcony, terrace or garden
  • Private Hot Tub
  • All pool villas have a pool and hot tub
  • Outdoor dining
  • All restaurants offer outdoor dining
  • Towelling robes
  • Airport transfer
  • Sauna/Steam
  • Sit-out Terrace
  • Safe
  • Wifi
  • Air conditioning
  • Satellite / Cable TV
  • 24 Hour room service
  • Child friendly
  • Gym

Activities

  • Local markets
  • Anyone visiting Marrakech should experience the souks in the medina
  • Sights nearby
  • It's a ten minute taxi ride to the medina
  • Cooking classes
  • Can be arranged
  • Yoga

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Why do people love staying in your hotel?


Travellers from around the world select Mandarin Oriental, Marrakech as their favourite destination in Marrakech for different reasons, whether they are looking for a total switch off experience or a vibrant ambiance, the resort offer unique experiences with the group’s unparalleled service and hospitality, by way of accommodation made up solely of private villas and suites set in lush greenery, the dining experiences, as well as and an award-winning SPA offering signature treatments inspired by Moroccan traditions.


What is there to do in the area or on site?


Mandarin Oriental, Marrakech offers its guests:


- An outdoor swimming pool of 610 m2 with a swimming area of 18m x 16m


- A jogging trail around the 20 hectares of the property


- Bike hire (subject to availability)


- Direct access to two local golf courses


- Direct access to two tennis courts


- Cooking classes with the Chef


- Customised tours with private driver and guide in the Atlas Mountains, Essaouira, or the Agafay desert


- Direct access to quad, camel or horse riding


- Cultural visits to the medina


- Shopping trips to traditional markets and the new design district of Sidi Ghanem


What kind of breakfast do you offer?


At Mandarin Oriental, Marrakech we offer a variety of dishes for breakfast in our buffet and A La Carte Menu.


Do you offer other meals? And can you recommend good places to eat out locally?


The resort’s four restaurants and bars offer innovative and diverse culinary concepts:


- The Shirvan, The world of the Silk Road


- The Ling Ling, a new experience from Hakkasan


- The Pool Garden, alfresco cuisine in a relaxed poolside setting


An in-room and in-villa dining service is also available 24 hours a day


Which are your most popular room types, and why?


Oriental Pool Villa


Designed around a courtyard, these 423sqm two-bed villas feature a pool, jacuzzi, kitchen and sitting areas. These outdoor areas are an invitation to relax and unwind either in the warmth of the sun or in a shady alcove filled with traditionally designed cushions from Marrakech homewares label Moon Garden.


Inside lies a main bedroom, living room and bathroom, with specially developed products by local paraben-free brand Nectarome. The pool and a second ensuite bedroom sits to the side of the courtyard for a unique experiences. 


What facilities do you have for children and can you fit extra beds in your rooms? The Kids’ Kasbah is the promise of an entertaining and educational journey for the little ones. More than just a kids’ club, the Kids’ Kasbah is the promise of a fun immersion into the Moroccan culture through the various one-of-a-kind activities such as carpet weaving, pottery workshops and numerous crafts in addition to yoga and stretching sessions for kids and movie projections under the stars.


We can have an extra bed for kids in the Villa.

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