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A wonderfully peaceful setting, Royal Mansour has been designed to offer guests the ultimate luxury escape. Owned by the King of Morocco, it's hard not to be wowed by every element within. Interiors are opulent, with each room designed as its very own riad with a private entranceway; think sundecks, palms and plunge pools overlooking the city.

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Royal Mansour stands just a short walk to the west of the medina, in close reach of the Koutoubia Mosque, settled behind remains of the old city wall. The location couldn't be more central, yet the layout of the retreat makes it feel incredibly private and serene; you could be miles from the hustle and bustle. It's around a 20-minute walk north to Yves Saint Laurent's beautiful Majorelle Gardens.

By plane: flights to Marrakech from London and Manchester take around 4 hours 45 mins. The hotel is a 10-minute taxi ride from the airport. Free private parking on-site. Book flights to Marrakech.

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Each and every detail seen is handmade, painted or carved, created from traditional Moroccan craftsmanship techniques. Rich in colour, mosaics and tapestry, it's hard not to be wowed by every element - from opulent marble and embroidered damask curtains to engraved mirrors and dazzling chandeliers; it's a stunning showcase of luxury throughout.


As you'd expect from a King's hotel, Royal Mansour is cleverly designed, ensuring that staff remain largely unseen, carrying out their duties via a network of underground tunnels and appearing at the service doors at your riad in a discreet fashion. Guests are treated to 24/7 access to a personal butler who can coordinate dinner reservations and arrange tours to the medina. Service throughout our stay was flawless.

  • Restaurants
  • Bar
  • Swimming pools
  • Spa and hammam
  • Fitness centre
  • Beauty services
  • Room service
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


Far from traditional hotel rooms, each is designed as its own private riad. 53 one, two and three-bedroom riads are all home to a private roof terrace, sundeck and plunge pool. After passing through your private courtyard, you enter three-storey accommodation, with a service door to each floor. Bathrooms are luxurious, designed in creamy marble with opulent mirrors framing the bath and shower.

Room types: Superior Riad, Permier Riad, Privilege Riad, Prestige Riad, Grand Riad

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom, free toiletries, private pool, roof terrace, air con, free Wi-Fi


The cuisine at Royal Mansour provides a treat for the taste buds. There are seven food and beverage outposts, ranging from traditional Moroccan to Italian and Mediterranean. Of all the choices, Grande Table Morocaine stands apart, offering a fine dining affair in a completely authentic style to a backdrop of opulent décor and low lighting.

Grand Table Morocaine: traditional Moroccan dining, seafood, lamb. Mains from MAD 500. Open daily 7-11pm.

Le Jardin: Andalucian and Asian-inspired dining. Grill, tapas, ceviche, sushi. Mains from MAD 250. Open daily 12-4.30pm.

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