The Oberoi Marrakech is a palatial resort that has cinematic views of the snow-capped Atlas Mountains.
You will find Andalusian architecture and private pools that cluster around Madison Cox-designed gardens dotted with water features. Beyond is a landscape of citrus orchards and olive groves.
At the very heart of the hotel is a central courtyard adorned with glistening blue and green tiles and handcrafted stuccowork. The ‘palace’ pans out from this central point towards its restaurants, a library and outside to the heated swimming pool, kid’s club, and spa that stands on its own island.
There are sumptuous suites in the main building, plus the Royal Moroccan suite, which has a terrace with a pool. The butler-serviced rooms enjoy magnificent views of the mountains through the floor-to-ceiling windows. Bedrooms feature walk-in cedar wardrobes, silk carpets, embroidered bedspreads, and freestanding bathtubs in the marble bathrooms.
Dining options include the Moroccan restaurant Siniman which takes you on a culinary journey with dishes prepared using produce from the hotel’s organic garden. Tamimt serves Mediterranean, Indian, and international cuisine and lighter bites are available in the poolside pavilion Azur.
The spa, overlooking a tranquil pond, has two traditional Moroccan hammams and yoga studio.