A 16-hectare garden in the Moorish style, interspersed with blue pools, shady cabanas and tree-lined walkways, connects this impressive Marrakesh hotel, brought to you by master hoteliers Four Seasons. Its enviable position puts guests plum between the cosmopolitan Ville Nouvelle district and the age-old medina at Red City, making it an ideal HQ from which to discover Marrakech’s famous sights and sounds. The Atlas Mountains and the sandstone minarets and turreted towers of the Marrakech skyline loom into view from the hotel’s lofty viewpoints, and indeed, from many of the spacious guest rooms and suites.
Rooms at Four Seasons Resort Marrakech
The variety of room types on offer at Four Seasons Resort Marrakech means there’s a way to stay for every kind of holidaymaker. Couples, families, solos and groups all find somewhere to call home while experiencing the superb luxury of this upscale hotel. From capacious double rooms with jaw-dropping mountain panoramas, to cosy pavilion suites with personal plunge pools, four-bedroom villas with private pool, terrace suites, patio suites and more. A combination of authentic, hand-crafted Moroccan soft furnishings and contemporary luxury fixtures and fittings brings your stay up to date while delivering an unmistakeable sense of local tradition, history and culture.
Things to do at Four Seasons Resort Marrakech
Eat, relax and play in style at this chic retreat. Dining at Four Seasons Resort Marrakech is everything you’d expect from a holiday to Morocco. Middle Eastern mezze in a lounge setting joins south Italian cooking and classic Mediterranean flavours in a tasty range of food options. Room service, from morning coffee to romantic dinners for two, is served 24/7, and makes the smart choice for those looking to dine in privacy amid the plush comfort of their room. Elsewhere at Four Seasons Marrakech, serenity seekers can escape to the 15-treatment-room Le Spa, where signature treatments take on Arabian and Western influence to complete a journey of inner peace and calm. You’d be forgiven for not wanting to leave the tranquil oasis of the resort itself, but should you do, the warren of souks, shops, clubs and cafés that make up Marrakech’s vibrant Red City is waiting to be explored, right on your doorstep.