Royal Mansour, Marrakesh
Royal Mansour, Marrakesh - Address
Address: Rue Abou Abbas el sebti، Marrakech 40000, Morocco
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About Royal Mansour, Marrakesh
No place is more fun and relaxing than Royal Mansour in the beautiful city of Marrakesh. TripHobo will give you all the information needed to plan your outing here.
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Royal Mansour Information
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With plenty of places to visit in the Marrakesh, make sure you grab a bite at the nearby restaurants serving delicious desserts, coffees or some special delicacies of the Morocco. And if want to treat yourself to a special experience, you can also try some international cuisines!
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Accommodation Near Royal Mansour
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Getting around Royal Mansour, Marrakesh
Take a Taxi. The total distance will be 2.49 Kilometre costing MAD 40 and the duration of the trip will be 3 minutes.Walk
You can reach Jardin Majorelle on foot. The distance is 2.5 Kilometre and it will take around 30 minutes.
The most preferred mode of transport is Taxi. The transit will take around 27 minutes, covering a distance of 27.09 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly MAD 300.Car
Take a Car. The total distance will be 27.09 Kilometre costing USD 3 and the duration of the trip will be 27 minutes.
Best transit method is Taxi. The distance is 1.7 Kilometre, costing around MAD 35. The duration of the trip is 3 minutes.Walk
On foot. The distance is 1.6 Kilometre and time to reach is approximately 19 minutes.
Royal Mansour, Marrakesh Reviews - Write a Review
Unbelievable. Best hotel experience I have ever had. The service, the detail, the food and atmosphere is next level. You won't want to leave.
AVOID!!!!! We had the worst experience! We ordered 2 aperol spritz and they tried to charge us 35 dollars each because, unlike the standard one which uses Prosecco, they use French Champagne and they charge $35 just for the Champagne alone. For that price I would have had the champagne! This is a place where if you want to wantonly waste money, you can spend two to three times the normal high end hotel prices for their extra special Cuban cigars that are a third the price at the 5 star hotel Le Jardin just a few blocks away and the prices are still 5 star but won't turn you running and screaming. AVOID THIS SCAM PLACE BECAUSE THEY WON'T CARE ABOUT YOU, THEY'LL ONLY EXTORT YOU.
The Royal Mansour will absolutely obliterate American hotels for you, so be forewarned. You might question why you pay $1,000 or more per night in The States when you don't even get a fourth of what TRM offers as standard. Guests of the Royal Mansour are, in essence, guests of King Mohammed the 7th and get royal treatment beginning at the aeroport (you'll have to travel to Morocco to understand that). You'll be escorted through customs and your luggage claimed for you in under five minutes. The driver (S Class upon arrival) is the first hotel ambassador you'll meet and if you think he provides exceptional service, wait until you arrive. I won't ruin the surprise for you, but this is an exceptional and exquisite hotel that deserves to be in the same category as Burj Al-Arab. The staff are all genuinely warm and do not perform their jobs with disdain or sarcasm like one may encounter back in The States. Every interaction is genuine and warm. The riads (I think there's about 50, based on the numbers I saw on my nightly walks) are just as exquisite and warm as the staff. Each has at least one bedroom suite and a small majlis. While they may look rustic and aged at first glance, I assure you they're every bit modern and comfortable. Over at the spa, the two hour hammam treatment should not be overlooked during your stay. I had it upon arrival and all my sadness and fatigue from the flight were immediately ameliorated. I fell asleep in the relaxation room for almost two hours and the staff ensured I was not disturbed. The Fajr Prayer call may wake up and annoy some guests from non-Islamic countries, but it reminded me of my childhood in The UAE and Al-Mamlakah. To minimize the sound, use the very heavy drapes located throughout your riad! Housekeeping is much akin to magic. I made a mess of the immaculate arrangement of pillows in the majlis (you'll have to see it to believe it) and then slipped up to the rooftop to have a light lunch of chicken shawarma and a large salad (special request; perfectly executed) and when I returned not 30 minutes later, the entire riad had been refreshed, lightly scented with rose and sandalwood with a hint of lavender. It was truly astonishing. Every place you go in the hotel (except for Le Jardin) is beautifully deserted, so it feels like it was built exclusively for you. This is a superb place to go unplug, unwind and enjoy some luxurious tranquility. If you want to go out, there is a Carrefour about ten minutes (by foot) away, or you can ask your private butler to arrange for a car to transport you there. If you want to stroll the medina, you'll have to have your driver transport you there and let you out, although he will probably insist on not letting you out. This review has been shortened three times because there is so much to write about. Simply put, this is an exquisite hotel to visit for any length of time, although three or more days is the best. Even if you stayed within the hotel's grounds, you'd probably not feel like you missed anything.
Simply the best. More than a 5 star. The greatest complement is recommendation.
We went to the bar for after-dinner drinks. The space is absolutely beautiful! Be prepared to spend money. On average, each drink is about $35. There was mixed reaction on the flavors of those drinks. Some really liked them and others did not.