Need to know
60, including 25 suites and five luxurious riads.
12 noon, late check-out is available up to 6pm for 50 per cent of the room rate, subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 3pm, but flexible subject to availability.
Double rooms from $357.46 (€301), excluding tax at 10 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional local city tax of €3.50 per person per night on check-out.
Breakfast isn’t usually included in the room rate; a Continental breakfast is MAD220 a guest and an American buffet is MAD280.
The 1,200sq m Henri Chenot spa is theatrically decorated, with pierced metal chandeliers, oxblood and aubergine Zellige tiles and Majorelle blue doors. There are seven treatment rooms (including one for couples), four hydrotherapy rooms, plunge pool, hammam, gym, sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi, hairdresser, barber and a boutique. Treatments include massages, facials, manicures and pedicures, and light therapy and mud wraps in the medi-spa.
At the hotel
Spa, paddocks, stables, landscaped gardens, gym (personal-training sessions available), library and free WiFi throughout. In rooms: flatscreen TV and minibar. Riads have private swimming pools, a garden and a personal butler.
Our favourite rooms
With monochrome mosaic tiles, burnt siena-coloured furnishings and the Atlas Mountains framed in your window, the 70sq m Atlas Suite is one of the most regal in the hotel. Be sure to order breakfast in your room, sit on the low chairs by the window and watch the ponies prance in the show at the Andalusian Pavilion. If a suite stretches just beyond your budget, the Classic rooms showcase old-school glamour, with cream and aubergine colour schemes, mosaic-tiled bathrooms and discreetly hidden tech.
Three. The main 80sq m heated infinity pool – lined with Guatemalan marble – runs through a gauntlet of neat rows of palm trees and day-beds, with views of the tree-framed hotel and the landscaped grounds. The spa has a two heated pools: one surrounded by white arches and a black day-bed filled gallery, and a 20sq m outdoor pool with a Jacuzzi.
You can’t ride the blue-blooded stallions on-site, but there’s plenty of horsing about to be found nearby. Pack some sturdy riding boots for saddling up, but don’t worry if you forget; the souks stock suitable attire.
The hotel has two ground-floor Junior Suites suitable for disabled guests; however, public areas are not wheelchair accessible.
Dogs and cats under 3 kilogrammes can stay; beds and bowls are provided. Pets can stay in all room categories, but are not allowed in the restaurant or pool area. See more pet-friendly hotels in Marrakech.
Free baby cots and extra beds (free for under-4s, MAD600 for over-4s) can be added to all room types. Babysitting is MAD150 an hour and must be booked at least a day in advance (for at least one hour). My Little Pony fans will thrill at the horse show.