Amanjena – Marrakesh, Morocco ๐Ÿ‡ฒ๐Ÿ‡ฆ


Amanjena is a Marrakech hotel offering a zen-like atmosphere, exceptional service, romantic dining and seductive views of the Atlas mountains, located 12 kilometres south of Marrakech on the road to Ouarzazate.

Amanjena means โ€˜peaceful paradiseโ€™ and architect Ed Tuttleโ€™s pared down Arabian fantasy certainly conjures an atmosphere of almost zen-like calm with its grand proportions, pleasing symmetry and luxurious finishes.

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Dar Ayniwen Villa Hotel – Marrakesh, Morocco ๐Ÿ‡ฒ๐Ÿ‡ฆ


Very close to the heart of exotic, chaotic, one-of-a-kind Marrakech, Dar Ayniwen Villa Hotel offers an intimate sanctuary of relaxation and comfort.
Dar Ayniwen is a sanctuary of peace and tranquility in its five acres park. This majestic old family residence stands out facing the Atlas Mountains lodged in a fabulous botanical like garden in the centre of the famous and now protected palm grove.ย Villa Hotel offers 7 suites & 3 rooms, and it has become a unique and exclusive address in Marrakech.

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Mandarin Oriental – Marrakesh, Morocco ๐Ÿ‡ฒ๐Ÿ‡ฆ


Unlike the recent trend of ever more ostentation in Marrakechโ€™s five star hotels, the Mandarinโ€™s luxury doesnโ€™t shout, it whispers.

With the Atlas Mountains as a backdrop and a series of serene ponds as a centrepiece, Mandarin Oriental, Marrakech lies nestled in 20 hectares of olive groves and landscaped gardens, beautifully scented with jasmine, night-blooming cestrum and over 100,000 fragrant roses. Only 10 minutes from the cityโ€™s famous Medina, this elegant, contemporary resort feels a world away in terms of serenity, with just 54 luxurious villas and 9 spacious suites, a world-class spa and excellent dining.

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La Mamounia – Marrakesh, Morocco ๐Ÿ‡ฒ๐Ÿ‡ฆ


On some days during the three years it took to restore Marrakechโ€™s undisputed grandedame hotel, more than 1,000 craftsmen were at work on the site. Parisian designer Jacques Garcia, entrusted with returning the 1923 property to its former glory, sought out the cityโ€™s most talented painters and wood carvers. The craftsmen he chose laid millions of hand-cut tiles, pieced together wood-marquetry walls, carved ornate designs into plaster columns and forged hundreds of handmade lanterns. Thanks to them, the palace is once again a vibrant celebration of the cityโ€™s past, present and future, displaying Moroccan style, complete with intricate patterns and arabesques based on Berber and Arab-Andalusian traditions.

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