Mandarin Oriental opens in Marrakech

Mandarin Oriental has opened its first luxury hotel in Marrakech, Morocco.

The Mandarin Oriental, Marrakech
The Mandarin Oriental, Marrakech

The Mandarin Oriental, Marrakech features 54 private villas with secluded walled gardens, swimming pools and hot tubs, as well as a further nine suites with panoramic views of the gardens, seven with their own rooftop plunge pool. The hotel is located a ten minute drive from the city centre and its historic Medina.

Meetings facilities at the hotel include two boardrooms and a ballroom that can accommodate up to 80 guests for cocktail receptions. The gardens can also be used for events for up to 1000 guests, and each of the four restaurants are available for private hire.

The hotel also features a spa with two hammams, an indoor heated pool, a fitness centre and a yoga studio, as well as hair and beauty salons. Leisure facilities include an outdoor heated swimming pool, a jogging path, hotel bicycles, two golf courses with direct access from the hotel, cooking classes, quad biking and camel rides.

Mandarin Oriental, Marrakech also has a choice of different bars and eateries including a modern Spanish restaurant with an open kitchen, a tapas bar, a Moroccan signature restaurant by a celebrity chef, a cocktail bar and a pool house grill. 24-hour in-villa dining is also available.

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