Built by, and fit for a King, Royal Mansour Marrakech embodies Morocco’s splendour and reflects its rich and precious culture. It represents a fascinating, vibrant and charming Morocco… a Morocco that is proud of its heritage and traditional foundations.
From February 23rd to 27th, the hotel is delighted to be turning its Grandes Tables into a Moroccan Pavilion, as a tribute to the gastronomic culture of the Kingdom. Everyday, 3 Michelin Starred Chef Yannick Alléno and his team will offer an overview of and insight to Morocco’s culinary specialties, with diverse influences. This is an opportunity to showcase five regions of the country, from Tangier to Ouarzazate via Fez and Meknes. Every night, “La Grande Table Marocaine” offers a special menu using locally sourced ingredients and produce which will be delicately prepared and used in the Chef’s dishes, in order to delight all tastebuds.
Guests will also be inspired by handpicked speakers who will share their unrivalled knowledge and passion first hand. Doctor Laqbaqbi, Orthopedic Surgeon and producer of the black truffle in Morocco will share his story of relentless work and incredible challenge.
The “Domaines Agricoles” will unveil their finest products. Other partners will also participate in different exhibitions that will be held every evening from 6pm during the gastronomic week.
The Moroccan tradition involves crafts and sumptuous caftans. A fashion show will take place on the opening and closing night, so guests can discover the wonders of Moroccan “Haute Couture” and its varying styles, from one region to another.
For this special week, the Royal Mansour Marrakech offers you a culinary journey, between the Morocco of and today and yesteryear.
Royal Mansour Marrakech redefines the gold standard of luxury hotels. It takes exclusivity, luxury and privacy to a level not seen before, offering an extraordinary array of spacious, opulent riads in the heart of one of the world’s most exotic cities.
The ground breaking, distinctive and ingenious hotel design is exemplified by a labyrinthine series of underground tunnels to each of the 53 riads. They are accessed only by staff, thus guaranteeing the utmost privacy, discretion and seclusion satisfying even the most high profile of guests. Guests can unwind in the heaven-like 2,500 sq.m spa that boasts an in-house Master of Hammam and indulge in the hotel’s three restaurants, all of which are over seen by 3 Michelin Starred chef, Yannick Alleno.