- Experience a private riad in a royal palace close to Marrakech's medina
- This is a true homage to Moroccan craftsmanship, with Andalusian gardens and an award-winning chef
- A walk through Berber villages & a chat with local craftsmen
- Personalised welcome, fast track through formalities, local Concierge and good accommodation: all part of our service
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The Royal Mansour - A phenomenal palace
Your private riadThe Royal Mansour's 53 riads are scattered throughout the maze of ancient olive and palm groves. The staff use a network of underground galleries to move around discreetly. Each riad spreads out over three floors. The bedrooms are off a central courtyard and there are between one and four of them in each riad, depending on the size (1,500sq ft being the smallest). There's a hall, living room, bar and dining room in the larger ones. Each riad has a fireplace, terrace and rooftop pool (some have a hammam). The personalised decoration highlights local craftsmanship, quality materials and technology: in each room a touch screen controls the appliances and the roofs are fitted with rain sensors to protect the courtyard once the first drops fall.
Included in the itineraryYour seamless journey starts at the airport. You are met at the aircraft's steps and accompanied to ensure rapid passage through customs and immigration formalities (outbound and return) and baggage collection. In order to enrich your stay at the Royal Mansour, we have included two highlights outside your extremely comfortable cocoon. First, a 4x4 experience to the southern Moroccan trails with a mountain guide. A wonderful day travelling through olive fields, Aleppo pine forests and steep gorges, to discover Berber villages of stone and mud houses. An opportunity to meet men at a cafe, children playing football and women in a weaving workshop. The next day, a private walk in the medina is scheduled with a visit to a foundouk where you can meet three craftsmen: a woodturner, a leatherworker and a coppersmith. The voyage of discovery continues with the intimate Boucharouite museum, set up in an 18th-century riad and dedicated to folk arts.
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Hiking in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains
For sporty types who do not wish to take advantage of the relaxation, spa, and gardens of the Royal Mansour, we offer a hike to discover a village perched in the surrounding countryside (one to three hours depending on your fitness levels/inclination). This tour, accompanied by a guide, will provide an opportunity to discover rural Moroccan life.
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