The king of Morocco built a residence and allows guests to live there
The Royal Mansour hotel could have become a closed royal residence, but now you can stop here and save on visiting the museum of folk crafts. Here is the king's favorite restaurant.
The resting place of King Morocco Mohammed VI bin al-Hassan and his inner circle is in the heart of Marrakesh, among gardens of century-old palm trees and thousand-year-old olive trees behind five-meter walls of the XII century, on three and a half hectares of the “universe of inspiration”. And the gardens, and the palace with fabulous attire, and all of Medina, a fabulous city of 53 three-storey villas with winding streets, originated at this place according to royal orders and pike. To revive the soul of the kingdom from stone, the architects and decorators hired personally by the king needed only skillful and convincing dreams. Now this place is called Royal Mansour. Here, the luxury that surrounds you has been raised a step above any standard, and each guest has nine servants and a butler. Its role is to coordinate the work of the team through the tunnel system.
The entire service is carried out underground and provides guests with the utmost comfort. Army servants are simply not visible.
The modest riad outside is decorated inside with oriental generosity and subtlety. Marble mosaics, bronze lamps, casting intricate shadows, mother-of-pearl carpets, marquetry inlay, beaded pillows. Any Museum of Decorative Art will envy them. Handwork. Endless combinations of colors and finishes give uniqueness even to a closet. Small windows with carved shutters-veils reliably hide the life of the inhabitants from the blinding sun and prying eyes. Terraces with pools, sofas and an open hearth are simply necessary both in the morning for tea drinking (oh, bahrir pancakes with a thousand holes and with argan oil, crushed nuts and honey sauce - yummy!) And in the evening when the muezzin from the minaret of Kutubia mosque sings adhan, calling to prayer. In the center of each riad is a well-yard with rose bushes, bougainvilleas and a fountain. Under the roof - the last squeak of scientific and technological progress, retractable glass roof with touch controls. When the first drops of rain, it automatically closes the yard. The rains here are rare, but the water of the fountains flows and flows in cascades, accompanying the singing of birds. The spa atrium is like a huge cage.
Massages, hydrotherapy, skin care, wraps, oriental baths, hammam with black soap, watsu pool, hair salon and relaxation rooms. All procedures are done on the means of marocMaroc, as well as on Dr. products. Hauschka, Sisley. In the local beauty salon there is a mani-pedi studio of the famous master Bastienne Gonzalez. You can make makeup from Chanel. From such a cell do not want to fly. The glazed greenhouse pool overlooks the orange garden.
Parisian chef Yannick Alleno (three Michelin stars) believes that diversity is the key to a pleasant meal. Therefore, in Royal Mansour is a whole constellation of his creations. Restaurant La Grande Table Marocaine was originally designed to dictate new standards of local cuisine. The best gastronomic place in the whole country and the king's favorite restaurant. For La Grande Table Francaise - the reference French cuisine with oriental pronons. La Table is a simple, perfectly adjusted kitchen for the whole day. Brand new Le Jardin is undeniable hits and an endless range of snacks (there is both sushi and sashimi) in the new huge pool.