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Mandarin Oriental Marrakech welcomes spring

Mandarin Oriental Marrakech welcomes spring

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The Mandarin Oriental Marrakech offers guests a unique experience that combines comfort, spaciousness and total privacy amid lush gardens and villas. Each villa is built in traditional Moroccan style around a private pool and planted with fruit trees. The interior reflects the fascinating Berber culture and tradition and includes signature tadelakt motifs, hand-blown vases and hand-woven wool rugs. The villas are equipped with elegant marble bathrooms and outdoor kitchens that allow the restaurant team to cook on site at the guests’ request. The terraces offer a breathtaking view of the gardens with their 100,000 roses and centuries-old olive trees, as well as the romantic Atlas Mountains in the background.

The Mandarin Oriental inspires with star cuisine

For guests seeking absolute relaxation, there is the infinity pool suite, which is directly adjacent to the spa and offers a true oasis with an 18-meter pool. Michelin-starred chef Akrame Benallal creates a world tour of flavors at Shirvan restaurant, which serves creative and carefully prepared Mediterranean, North African and Eastern specialties with a Western influence in an Oriental yet modern atmosphere. Popular with connoisseurs and foodies, Ling L ing’s Hakkanese restaurant and bar concept offers modern, small-scale Cantonese dishes to share, accompanied by an innovative cocktail menu and an eclectic and musical ambiance.

Designed by Gilles & Boissier, the award-winning spa at Mandarin Oriental Marrakech is an oasis of well-being inspired by the architecture of Andalusia’s cathedrals and historic mosques. The sunlit entrance leads to a pool and fountain, while the walls and columns are clad in the ubiquitous red bricks of Marrakech. The overall effect gives this temple of well-being a warm and elegant atmosphere, focused on the five elements and playing with the five senses.

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