Where to begin...beauty at every turn. Expert craftsmanship, gorgeous flora - the decor is a feast for the eyes. Our Riad was sumptuous, complete with every amenity. Staff was friendly and efficient. But the star of the show was our butler Rebita. She had a smile on her face from the moment we entered and was wonderfully efficient and helpful in every way. From serving breakfast to afternoon tea, she did so with a flourish. A kinder and more helpful person cannot be found. I told her that I expect her to be the general manager of the hotel someday - she is just that smart and capable. She took our five-star experience to another level. The spa was beautifully appointed and the services excellent. I booked a private spa room and it was totally relaxing. The Hammam experience is not to be missed as well as the Dr. Bastian pedicure. All meals were delicious and perfectly prepared. Breakfast was excellent. The Morocco restaurant superb and the Italian restaurant ( yes, italian in Morocco!) was delicious. The concierge staff was efficient and perfectly coordinated any and all requests. The hotel supplied guide and driver were excellent. Thank you to Youness and Akram. Our experience at the Royal Mansour is one of the best that we had in the world. I cannot recommend more highly.…
We have just returned from an incredible few nights at the Royal Mansour. From the moment we arrived nothing was too much trouble. The grounds, restaurants and stunning Riad were all breathtaking. We can’t wait to return.
We simply love everything of this outstanding hotel!N It is really about the details and beauty! Never experienced such excellent service. And they have the best moroccan restaurant in the country! what an experience! I highly recommend to walk around the gardens at night, listening to the songs of the nightingale!
We spent 6 nights in the Royal Mansour. This is surely one of the best hotels in the world. the riad we stayed in was sublime, the food excellent and the service was incredible. we could not rate this hotel highly enough.
I used to work in 5 stars hotels and I can say this one is the best I have ever seen. Better than La Mamounia, than Mandarin Oriental etc Amazing attention to details, fantastic service, fabulous interior design. Luxury at its highest point!🥂
One of those few gems where the property, amenities and staff all exceed the highest level rating possible. It was simply a joy spending time at the Royal Mansour. Absolutely the ONLY place to stay in Marrakech!
I booked a table for dinner to celebrate my partners upcoming birthday. We had seen The Royal Mansour on amazing hotels and really wanted to pay a visit while in Marrakech. Opulence is an understatement, every room is a work of art, the attention to detail is simply amazing! Yes, it is costly however, the dinner was nothing short of amazing, the staff even sung happy birthday at the end of our meal which was a lovely touch! If we ever come back to Marrakech, it will definitely be a stop off destination.
Excellent in all respects. Refined interiors, beautiful grounds, good food and a relaxing spa. Anyone requiring barrier-free access should not reserve a riad where the bedroom is up a steep flight of stairs. Not recommended for boisterous children.
I have been lucky enough to stay in some of the nicest hotels, but this one is in a category all to itself. The design is opulent and elegant, but not overwhelming. You immediately feel welcome from the moment you step inside until the moment where they wave goodbye to you as you depart. The room/riad is absolutely luxurious, yet comfortable at the same time. I have to admit that the design is not exactly the most practical, yet the luxury of it all outweighs the inconvenience. The location is also quite excellent. You are within walking distance of much to do. This place is an oasis of calm and tranquility. Highly recommended.
5-Star Accommodations, 4 Star Service. Definitely the perfect choice for our stay in Marrakech to celebrate our 50th birthdays, especially after seeing Mamounia (which felt too much like Vegas). Private, exclusive setting which is made even more luxurious by the personal 3-story Riads. The pool was also large and incredibly inviting. Regarding dining, the breakfast was good, not great. I wished it had more local options, we were getting bored of it by the 4th morning. But the service in the room was perfect. And, the Moroccan restaurant where we celebrated my 50th Birthday was top-notch, a taste of the country with excellent service. Few things that could be better - we were told to arrive at the spa up to an hour early for their "rituals" but instead were made to wait until the massage was ready with no attention. Staff on the ground were mixed, some were very engaging and friendly and others not at all. Finally, the Riads by design can be quite dark with zero views - our bedroom felt like sleeping in a cave which some people might like but I prefer to wake up to the sun. Riad #7 where our friends stayed was on a corner with much better views/light. If you like light, ask for it!…