Royal Mansour Marrakech, Marrakech, Morocco

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A journey to discover the world of Royal Mansour Marrakech

Royal Mansour Marrakech has been nominated for Virtuoso's annual Best of the Best Awards in the category of Hotel of the Year 2018. Jean-Claude Messant, the Managing Director, takes you on a journey to discover this exceptional Palace.

3 Days in Marrakech, Morocco - Vlog, Guide, Things to Do

Follow our travels live as they happen at https://www.instagram.com/suitcasemonkey/ We tour in and around Marrakech, Morocco. We visit markets, The Medina, climb waterfalls, ride hot air balloons and spend a night in the desert and riding camels! Join Suitcase Monkey as we explore Marrakesh, staying in the Riad Zaid. Going further afield, we visit Ourika Valley and then spend a night in Agafay desert at Terre Des Étoiles. A story driven vlog to this amazing country. All shot on iPhone. Mostly 6S, with some 7 Plus. Please share a like if you enjoy this movie as it really helps! To join us for more journeys around the globe, follow us here: https://www.youtube.com/suitcasemonkey?sub_confirmation=1 * Follow Suitcase Monkey on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SuitcaseMonkeyTravel/ * Follow Suitcase Monkey on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/suitcasemonkey/ * Follow Suitcase Monkey on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SuitcaseMonkey Riad Zaid details: https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Review-g293734-d8004196-Reviews-Riad_Zaid-Marrakech_Marrakech_Tensift_El_Haouz_Region.html Terre Des Étoiles: http://terredesetoiles.co.uk Arabian Bazaar by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://www.twinmusicom.org/

Royal Mansour Marrakech

A review of Royal Mansour, one of the Leading Hotels of the World, located in Marrakech, Morocco. Built by the King of Morocco, no detail was left unperfected in this city within a city. Full photos and details at : http://bit.ly/1Fn5m08

Morocco {2017}

There is no way I can articulate how important this trip was to me. So much of what people were telling me and what I was seeing in the news made me kind of scared to go to Morocco. We hear so much about Islam extremists that going to a Muslim country is unthinkable right now to most people. But it was exactly what I imagined {which is a big thing to say since so often reality falls short of our expectations}. The architecture was detailed and ornate, there are colors everywhere, the taste of the food is unlike anything else, and the people are friendly, warm and lively. It was beautiful. Life lesson: Class and kindness translate in all countries. Songs: Taarida Shaabi by Chalf Hassan Moroccan Dream by Kevin Laliberte

Royal Mansour

Adossé aux remparts d’origine, à deux pas de la place Jemaa-el-Fna se dresse l’un des plus somptueux palais du royaume : le Royal Mansour. Dans un domaine de 3,5 ha, entouré de remparts percés de portes gigantesques, le Palais Mansour est conçu comme une médina traditionnelle. 53 riads séparés par des ruelles étroites, des fontaines, des patios et des jardins luxuriants constituent une ville dans la ville. Confiée aux meilleurs artisans du royaume, les suites sont des répliques exactes des maisons traditionnelles. Construites sur 3 niveaux, tournées vers l’intérieur, les pièces s’organisent autour du patio central et de sa fontaine. Chaque riad possède jusqu’à 3 chambres, une salle de bains de marbre, un petit jardin et une terrasse sur le toit avec une petite piscine. Les tadelakts, les zelliges délicats, la pierre finement dentelée, les plafonds sculptés, les marbres blancs et noirs, ocre, bleus ou verts, le cuir travaillé, les soieries et les suspensions en cristal font de chaque espace une œuvre d’art. L’hôtel 5 étoiles dispose également d’un spa de marbre blanc et de 2 restaurants gastronomiques dirigés par le Chef parisien triplement étoilé Yannick Alleno. Protégé par ces propres remparts et ses lourdes portes en bronze, le Royal Mansour est un lieu unique, une oasis de luxe insoupçonnée. ---------- Facing the original ramparts, a few steps from the Place Jemaa el-Fna, the Royal Mansour is one of the kingdom’s most sumptuous palaces. Located on a 3.5 hectare property,surrounded by its own ramparts pierced by gigantic doors, the Mansour was designed as a traditional medina. 53 riadsseparated by quiet, narrow streets, fountains, patios and lush gardens form a city within a city. Entrusted to the country’s finest craftsmen, the suites are exact replicas of traditional houses. Built on three levels, facing the interior, the rooms are built around a central patio and its fountain. Each riad has up to three bedrooms, amarble bathroom,a small gardenand arooftop terracewith a small swimming pool. The tadelakts, the delicate zelliges, finely carved stone, the sculpted ceilings, the black, white, ochre, blue or green marble, the tooled leather, silks and crystal hangings make each space a work of art. This 5 star hotel also has a white marble spa and two gastronomic restaurants directed by the three star Parisian chef, Yannick Alleno. Protected by its own ramparts and its heavy bronze doors, the Royal Mansour is a unique site, an oasis of unsuspected luxury. http://www.luxurydreamhotels.com/

Royal Mansour Marrakech, Marrakech, Morocco
Rue Abou Abbas El Sebti, 40000, Marrakech, Morocco
Website: http://www.royalmansour.com/en/
Tel: 212-529-80-80-80

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