The interior of the riads is an ode to Marrakech's master craftsmen. An array of zelliges (Moroccan tiles), fabrics, wooden features, rugs, carved plaster and custom-made furniture give each riad a harmonious and elegant vibe. It's a complete immersion in the Moroccan lifestyle
A history of food
Head chef Yannick Alléno has found inspiration for his menu in the writings of the Ibn Battuta, a 14th-century voyager who travelled the Spice and Silk Roads and traced his own Fire Road, bringing coal to Morocco. He also introduced the technique of slow cooking to Marrakech. Have Ibn's journey brought to life via Chef Alléno's ingenious creations.
The Royal Mansour Marrakech was born out of a vision to create a spectacular masterpiece which exceeds the demands of today’s discerning traveller while reflecting the true essence of Moroccan tradition. Rooms and hotel suites are replaced by luxury riads, spread across a medina filled with little alleyways and secret doors. It’s here that the 53 private residences of the palace hide. Each riad of the collection is different, with three floors decorated to celebrate the architecture of the region.
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