Recreating the imperial splendor of Marrakech, the Royal Mansour Hotel is a splendid hotel which was included in the Robb Report’s 2011 ‘Best of the Best’ Luxury List.
King Mohammed VI himself developed this unique massive complex. Everything in this hotel breathes luxury and elegance. The tall red clay walls hide from the public eye opulent courtyard palaces, fountains, serene ponds, boughs of bougainvillea and olive trees. Lanes and squares create a beautiful pattern between the riads, which are traditional Moroccan palaces or houses with an interior courtyard or garden.
These riads recreate the decorative style and architecture of the most important Marrakesh buildings: the beautiful geometric lattice seen on the Saadian Tombs, the symmetric design of the 12th century Koutoubia mosque, or the handcrafted wood doors found at the old city traditional homes. These are only few proofs that traditions and the artistic heritage were kept alive and displayed on this magnificent piece of art.