The Royal Mansour is a palace of desert culture elegance on the edge of the medina. Boasting one, two or three bedroom private riads, each has their own private terrace and plunge pool and is the ultimate in lavish luxury owned by the King of Morocco.
At a Glance
Stay in your own private Riad that epitomizes Moroccan splendour and exemplifies the best of Moorish architecture
Sip a cocktail in the roaring 20s ambience of the stunning Piano lounge
Stimulate your senses with a traditional hammam treatment in the spa
Sample some of the exquisite cuisine, inspired by traditional flavors of Morocco and enhanced with a French twist by the three star Michelin chef
Opt for the larger Riad and relax in your private candlelit plunge pool
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Call us on (858) 523-9000 to start planning your vacation to Royal Mansour or take a look at our itineraries to Marrakech
A stay at The Royal Mansour is a memorable experience. Owned by the King of Morocco itself the building is an Islamic fortress complete with delicate details representing the very best of the Moorish architecture of North Africa. Local craftsmen, with their skills passed down through generations, have created a beautiful piece of architecture combining tradition and modernity.
After visiting the bustling Medina, the Royal Mansour offers an oasis of calm for you to escape too and enjoy having your every need being taken care of. This exquisite retreat has an air of tranquillity and elegance, and the individually designed riads are accessed by the staff via a series of underground tunnels for complete privacy and unrivalled service. The meticulously kept gardens which weave in between the riads have stunning flowers, and marble paths drawing you around corners, and welcoming you in further to this magical residence.
The private riads all have three floors with terraces, where breakfast can be served, and the larger riads have private dining rooms, luxurious plunge pools and some with private hammam rooms. Despite the traditionally themed design, no modern luxury has gone a miss and exemplar of this is the sliding roofs which close at the drop of rain. The spa designed to revitalize all your senses, encourages relaxation and a sense of tranquillity using modern and traditional techniques. The swimming pool is elegantly situated in the orangery-style pavilion; or for those who are feeling more active there is a fitness suite with modern equipment.
The impressive nature of the Royal Mansour is embodied not only in its accommodation, but also in the exquisite restaurant. The three star Michelin chef, Yannick Allene, creates dishes which are Moroccan at heart but also have a contemporary French twist. With the equally impressive wine list, and choice of eating in one of the three restaurants or bars, the candlelit garden, the Piano lounge or on your private terrace, you are sure to have a truly memorable dining experience.
Modelled on a traditional Moroccan house, Royal Mansour’s riads are elevated to new heights with three floors of luxury. Featuring one, two or three bedrooms, the riads offer luxurious and sumptuously decorated accommodation, using a combination of silks, carved woodwork and marble.
At the heart of the riad there is a delightful courtyard with a fountain and on the roof terrace you will find a sun deck and chimney. Each riad comes with its own attentive yet discreet butler.
|One Bedroom Riad||
Privacy is the essence of Royal Mansour. From the medina’s shady pathways, a private entrance grants access to the peaceful interior courtyard of the riad. Reception rooms radiate from this central patio.
|Premier One Bedroom Riad||
With an imposing entrance, each one bedroom superior riad is spread over three floors according to Moroccan tradition, with a central courtyard bordered by a Moroccan lounge area and sitting room on the ground floor, large bedroom with walk-in wardrobe above and a roof terrace with lounge tent and plunge pool
|Two Bedroom Riad||
Natural daylight floods this impressive space from dawn until dusk thanks to the patio’s sliding glass roof. Feast on the dishes served in Royal Mansour’s fine-dining restaurants in the privacy of your riad. Relax on the spacious roof terrace, sip tea in the lounge tent, or bathe in the spacious plunge pool.
|Three Bedroom Riad||
This feels like a stately home! The Three Bedroom Riads comprise a sitting room, dining room, master bedroom with two bathrooms, library, private hammam, plunge pool, sun deck. Also with the services of a private butler.
Indoor and outdoor swimming pools, Spa facilities and various treatments, library with an eclectic range of literature, choice of three bars and restaurants with a Michelin starred chef and fitness suite.
Location & Directions
Sitting in the Medina of Marrakech; Rue Abou Abbas El Sebti, Marrakech 40000, Morocco.
When to go
Weather-wise, the best times to go are spring and autumn, when temperatures are 20°C to 25°C by day and at least 10°C by night, and November to February, with cooler nights but similar daytime temperatures and light rainfall possible. The weather in March and April features sporadic, light rainfall with some sandstorms in April, while June sees dusty siroccos (desert winds) sweep through the city. From mid-June to August temperatures rise into the 30s and occasionally 40s.