for stays starting 1st December, 2019.
Marrakech presents a tale of two cities. Vibrant arts and culture, world class golf courses and fashionable night life, juxtaposed with spiritual mystique, beautiful gardens, Andalusian architecture and traditional souks.
The Oberoi, Marrakech is located within twenty-eight acres of Mediterranean orchards with fragrant citrus trees and centuries old olive groves. Its beautifully landscaped gardens are punctuated by water features and its authentic architecture is inspired by palaces of ancient Morocco. The courtyard of the main building incorporates the design of the historic Medersa Ben Youssef, built in the 14th century and one of Marrakech’s most famous historic monuments. The resort offers picturesque views of the majestic snow-capped Atlas Mountains.
Spacious accommodation, personalised wellness offerings, restaurants serving authentic Moroccan and international cuisines and an engaging children's activity area are complemented by our warm sincere hospitality for an unforgettable experience in the Ochre City of Marrakech.
The Oberoi, Marrakech, Route de Ouarzazate, 40 000 Marrakech, Morocco
The historic city of Marrakech lies near the foothills of the imposing Atlas Mountains. It is easily accessible by air from several major international cities.
The Oberoi, Marrakech is located in twenty-eight acres of beautifully landscaped gardens, fragrant citrus orchards and olive groves with spectacular views of the snow-capped Atlas Mountains. The hotel is located twenty five minutes from the the international airport, Jemâa El Fna square and the ancient walled city.
Thoughtfully laid out to offer privacy, the spacious and luxurious rooms and villas; most with large private pools and gardens, incorporate authentic Andalusian design and beautiful views.
Culinary offerings include an International restaurant, a specialty Moroccan restaurant, a poolside restaurant and a bar.
Siniman invites you to a culinary journey with Specially specially curated dishes prepared using seasonal produce from our organic garden and indigenous ingredients. With an authentic Moroccan ambience, replete with high ceilings, ornately carved columns and glowing fireplaces, the restaurant overlooks the magnificent outdoor patio inspired by the historic Medersa Ben Youssef.
Tamimt serves Mediterranean and International cuisine using the best locally sourced ingredients and fresh seasonal produce from our organic garden. Decorated with frescoes illuminated by grand chandeliers, the restaurant also features a lounge to enjoy an aperitif or an after dinner drink.
This ambient restaurant offers a specially curated menu of light and healthy meals throughout the day. Enjoy views of the beautiful pool, the Grand Canal water feature, citrus and olive gardens and the Atlas Mountain range.
Vue offers an extensive range of fine wines, champagnes, single malts, expertly mixed classic, contemporary and signature cocktails, complemented by eclectic snacks and views of the Atlas Mountains. With a candlelit interior, a glowing fireplace and an al fresco terrace, Vue is the perfect setting for a relaxed evening, an informal daytime meeting or a romantic evening.
Revitalise with personalised treatments at The Oberoi Spa. Enjoy a swim in the temperature controlled pools.
The Oberoi Spa Located on a natural waterbody surrounded by olive and citrus orchards, The Oberoi Spa has private therapy suites where you can experience authentic, personalised Moroccan and Ayurvedic treatments, as well as hammam and herbal therapies.
Swimming Pools Two temperature controlled swimming pools.
Fitness Centre Air-conditioned and equipped with a wide range of cardiovascular, weights and resistance equipment.
A few more good reasons to stay with us.
From beautiful gardens to ancient Andalusian architecture and traditional souks; art galleries and world class golf courses, there is so much to see and do in Marrakech.
Jemâa El Fna is a bustling market place in the Medina, a UNESCO World Heritage site and the historical quarter of Marrakech. Jemâa El Fna is well known for traditional storytellers, musicians and performers. During the day, snake charmers brush shoulders with juice vendors. In the evening, the square is alive with magicians and dancers, and fragrant aromas from street food stalls permeate the air.
Medersa Ben Youssef is a Koranic school built in the 14th century. Located in the centre of the Medina, a UNESCO World Heritage site, its courtyard is decorated with traditional geometric patterns and Arabic inscriptions carved in wood and marble.
La Koutoubia: a 77 metre-high minaret is the largest mosque in Marrakech and is surrounded by beautiful gardens at the entrance to Jemâa El Fna. It is close to the Marrakech Museum, Bahia Palace and gardens, the Saadian Tombs, El Badi Palace and Dar Si Said, a monument to traditional artisans and home of the Museum of Moroccan Arts.
Yves Saint Laurent moved to Marrakech in the late 1960s and spent a number of years here with his partner, Pierre Bergé. This new museum showcases a large selection of original Yves Saint Laurent designs, including around 5,000 items of clothing, 15,000 haute couture accessories and tens of thousands of sketches, many of which are donated by the Pierre Bergé Foundation.