The newly-established Mandarin Oriental hotel stands within an oasis of calm amidst 50 acres of flourishing gardens, filled with mirror-like pools, centuries-old olive trees, jasmine and the scent of fresh roses. Benefiting from the best of both worlds, the hotel has the magical snow-capped Atlas Mountains as a backdrop, whilst only being a 10 minute complimentary shuttle ride away from the city. Within the grounds, sleek one and two bedroom villas incorporate Berber and Andalucian touches, each complete with a heated pool, hot tub and open-air shower set within a private lantern-clad walled garden, while seven expansive suites each have a rooftop plunge pool from where the views are unsurpassed. Adjacent to the spa, two Infinity Pool Suites have their very own infinity lap pools. Dine alfresco at the Pool Garden with its fresh-from-the-grill seafood and healthy light bites, savour delightful Moroccan cuisine at Mes’Lalla or meet up at Le Salon Berbère which transforms from tea lounge to Champagne bar after dark. Admire the Atlas Mountain vistas fromthe outdoor swimming pool and enjoy a spot of indulgent pampering in the spa where holistic therapies and treatment programmes are inspired by Moroccan traditions. Special programmes for children are available during school holidays. Admire the Atlas Mountain vistas fromthe outdoor swimming pool and enjoy a spot of indulgent pampering in the spa where holistic therapies and treatment programmes are inspired by Moroccan traditions. Special programmes for children are available during school holidays.
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Our pricing aims to give an indication of the prices in low and high season. Low season for Morocco is generally between the months of June to August, high season runs from September to March. Prices are based on 2 sharing (unless otherwise indicated) and include return economy flights from London. Regional departures, child prices and single supplements are available on request. Date restrictions, terms and conditions apply to our special offers, please call for details.
Nestled in the heart of this contemporary haven is the Maarifa Cultural Centre, dedicated to art and traditional customs. Moroccan touches abound with earthen shades and intricate woodwork giving way to views of the majestic Atlas Mountains. Enjoy a complimentary workshop and learn how to extract the indigenous argan oil or make your own perfume. A highlight is the time-honoured Maghreb tea ceremony where you can learn the fine art of pouring the distinctive foam-covered cup of mint tea.
A new dining experience from Hakassan Ling Ling, this contemporary bar and restaurant offers a refined à la carte Cantonese menu featuring the likes of black truffle duck, Alaska king crab and Jasmine tea-smoked beef ribs. Eclectic music brings the atmosphere to life.
Morocco has a warm, dry continental climate, making it a year round destination. Whilst hot in July and August, winters are mild. The best times to visit are October through to May.
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