Mandarin Oriental, Marrakech
About the hotel
"Under the watchful gaze of the Atlas Mountains, the Mandarin Oriental showcases stunning Berber art in its stylish guestrooms and riad-esque villas. Superb dining is another attraction."
The hotel’s main building and surrounding villas are a reddish, ochre-coloured marvel with a huge body of water in the centre that includes the main pool and adjoining restaurant. Design and decor are heavily influenced by the Berber culture, of old and of new, in a break from the usual Moroccan style seen elsewhere. Handsome collections of Berber arts and crafts adorn the spaces. The effect is stylish and striking; the result is relaxed luxury in a superbly salubrious environment.
There are 54 villas, and nine suites in the main building. Although smaller than the villas, the suites have direct mountain views and... Show more
Mandarin Pool Villa
Offering a contemporary take on a traditional riad, villas are entered via a walled courtyard with heated pool. A sumptuous master bedroom opens out to a jacuzzi, with a living area and bathroom with round bath and shower.
Each villa enjoys décor influenced by both Berber and Arab-Andalusian elements. The courtyard features a stunning heated central pool and jacuzzi, sitting and eating areas, a curtained alcove festooned with cushions, a fireplace, and a kitchen for butlers to prepare food. Interiors enjoy authentic Moroccan touches such as tadelakt plastered walls etched with Berber motifs, hand-woven rugs from Rabat and delicate lattice work.
Infinity Pool Suite
These spacious two-bed suites are in the quiet surroundings of our spa. One en-suite bathroom features a bath and steam shower, while a second provides a hammam. A private garden offers a lap pool and dining table.
Offering direct access to all of the spa’s facilities including a heated indoor pool and comprehensive fitness centre, the suite's décor fuses together elements of Mandarin Oriental’s Asian heritage with elements of Berber and Arab-Andalusian design. The master bedroom is an oasis of calm, designed around a central bed and incorporating Berber motifs in the taledakt plastered walls, cushions and hand-woven rugs.
Oriental Pool Villa
Designed around a courtyard, these two-bed villas feature a heated pool, jacuzzi, kitchen and sitting areas. Inside lies a main bedroom, living room and bathroom. A second ensuite bedroom sits to the side of the courtyard.
These magnificent suites are entered via heavy wooden doors and guests are greeted by a central courtyard with heated pool, jacuzzi, an open fireplace and sitting, dining and sunbathing areas. The master bedroom's glass doors open straight out onto the jacuzzi. To one side the living area features a working desk and sofa, whilst to the other, a huge light-filled bathroom offers a circular bath, walk-in steam shower and large walk-in wardrobe.
This large suite offers a soothing décor with two bedrooms and adjoining bathrooms, both with baths and steam showers. Overlooking the gardens and Atlas Mountains, an outdoor terrace features a dining area and two plunge pools.
Enjoying stunning views from its central location at the heart of the building, this spacious two-bedroom suite fuses a contemporary Moroccan style with traditional elements of Arab-Andalusian and Oriental design. Featuring a selection of custom-made furniture, hand-woven rugs from Rabat and tadelakt plastered walls engraved with Berber motifs, the suite also offers state of the art technology and easy connectivity.
Overlooking the resort’s gardens with the Atlas Mountains behind, these suites feature a large bedroom and spacious bathroom with a bath and steam shower. An outside terrace offers a plunge pool, sunbathing area and dining table
Each of these suites enjoys a rustic, yet sophisticated décor with traditional Moroccan touches such as tadelakt plastered walls featuring hand-carved Berber symbols and hand-woven rugs from Rabat. With the supremely comfortable bed as centrepiece, bedrooms combine a cream and dark brown décor with atmospheric lighting and a control pad allowing you to open the curtains with the flick of a switch. Some suites can be connected to a Panoramic Suite.
Incorporating elements of Berber and Arab-Andalucian design, suites feature a spacious bedroom and elegant bathroom with a bath and steam shower. A large terrace features a private plunge pool, sun loungers and a dining table.
Overlooking our gardens planted with olive trees and more than 100,000 roses, these elegant suites enjoy views of the Atlas Mountains. Interiors offer authentic Moroccan touches such as tadelakt plastered walls etched with Berber motifs and delicate lattice work. Bedrooms combine a soothing décor with modern technology such as a control pad for operating the lighting and opening the curtains. There is an option of connecting to a neighbouring Atlas suite.