Meknes - Mandarin Oriental Marrakech, a new luxurious hotel opened on Saturday in Marrakech.
Meknes – Mandarin Oriental Marrakech, a new luxurious hotel opened on Saturday in Marrakech.
The hotel’s majestic inauguration ceremony included the attendance of Lahcen Haddad, Morocco’s Minister of Tourism, Abdeslam Bikrat, Wali of the region Marrakech Tensift El Haouz, Mohamed El Arabi Belcaid, mayor of Marrakech and General Manager of the hotel, Mark Bradford.
Bradford committed to promoting the standard of red city’s luxury and tourism sector in the kingdom.
The hotel is set over 20 hectares of panoramic views complete with palm trees and olive groves. It also offers 54 private luxurious villas equipped with a swimming pool and a garden. Additionally, it includes five restaurants, many meeting rooms, and numerous bars.
The hotel was designed with Andalusian and Berber inspirations, reflecting the local natural background of Marrakech.
Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group is a prominent award-winning chain of international luxurious, hotels, resorts and residences. It began as a startup in Asia, crossing the borders to spread across 25 countries.