Royal Mansour

Royal Mansour


Marrakech

The Moroccan art of living

The name Marrakech comes from the Tamazight words 'Mour' meaning 'country' and 'Akouch' meaning 'God', hence the name 'Mouakouch', God's country. An imperial city located on the fertile Haouz plain, at the foot of the Atlas Mountains, Marrakech is incredibly beautiful, offering visitors the ochre colours of its ramparts and its monuments.

The Royal Mansour, one of the most prestigious palaces in the world, is situated in the heart of its city walls. An incarnation of the Moroccan art of living, it stands as witness to the expertise of the BYMARO teams who built this magnificent hotel down to the smallest details.

The accommodation in this complex is made up of 53 riads, designed to reproduce the layout of the narrow lanes of the Moroccan Medinas, with shady alleys winding among luxuriant, Andalusian-style gardens, a spa, a lobby and 3 restaurants.

Expertise

In the luxury hotel category, BYMARO also built the Sofitel Luxury Mogador Golf & Spa in Morocco. A 5-star hotel in the new tourist resort of Essaouira, a stone's throw from the medina.

Key data
  • Product line: Hotels
  • Main Contractor: BYMARO
  • Handover: 2008
  • Architect: Karim Chakor
  • Client: Medina Arsat
  • Key figures :
    • 53 riads
    • 3 restaurants
    • 56 swimming pools
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