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We went on Christmas Eve as a treat. We originally were looking for the Churchill bar but stumbled on Le Mansour thinking it was the La Mamounia.. anyway best mistake we made. The hotel is stunning and lavish and elegant. Best Christmas decorations I have...More
We went to the Royal Mansour on our last day, just for a drink to checkout the luxury environment. The hotel was virtually empty a quiet oasis in one of the worlds most touristic cities. At first we checked out the restaurant, but we had...More
Tried to get a table and eat there,but.. sadly the restaurant was fully booked. So it this case we decided to go at least for a drink and it was amazing.
We had a few cocktails and canapé with salmon and foie gras.
Went to the Mansour for a drink on my 50th in Marrakech. It's a stunning hotel with very attentive staff but they seemed a bit stand offish. It's obviously designed for well-heeled Moroccans and ex-pats and the prices reflect the market they're aiming for. The...More
We did not stay at this gorgeous hotel since the rooms are expensive and well above our budget, but we went to the bar. It is a beautiful hotel that one must see when visiting Marrakech. Had a couple of glasses of wine and enjoyed...More
The hotel is about a 5 minute walk from the famous Djemaa El Fna square. The moment you walk through the bronze doors you realize you have stepped into the very definition of luxury. Gold plated walls, green onyx and parquet flooring and polished marble...More