I’ve always wanted to visit Morocco. I remember my gradfather used to go there because of work and he used to bring me giant lollipops. That was my first impression of Morocco: they give you candy. That’s enough to make a child fell in love with a country.
As I grew older, Morocco stopped being the place where giant candy came from, to become a sort of oasis made of terracotta and dotted with palm trees. Mysterious, exotic and magical. My desire to discover Morocco increased over the years. But I’ve always been afraid: for a couple of girls that are a couple, would it be a safe place? Maybe this fear is just prejudice or preconceptions… but the truth is that we have not visited this country for this reason.
But seeing the pictures of this hotel, my attraction to that hidden Morocco has made a strong comeback. Behind the walls of the old city of Marrakech, pure bliss and luxury are to be found. Elegant, discreet, perfumed with roses, jasmine and cedar wood… Undoubtedly, Royal Mansour seems the best place to live a fully sensory experience.
The library, the magnificent rooms that welcome the guess with a cozy crackling fire, and those beautiful quiet courtyards invite to forget the world. This would be the perfect place to recover from a hard Winter. Let the warmth and intimate atmosphere heal the wounds caused by the cold weather and the stress.
Being this hotel such a luxurious headquarter, I can think of a thousand Moroccan adventures to enjoy and to get to know the real Morocco that awaits behind its doors: a stay on the edge of the desert, the turquoise waters of Dahkla bay, Rabat’s mosque and royal palace, the medina in Fez…and of course, the wonderful city of Marrakech!
Rue Abou Abbas El Sebti