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Vogue Reviews: Four Seasons Marrakech

The Four-Bedroom Royal Villa. Photo: Courtesy of Four Seasons Marrakech

Situated comfortably between Marrakech’s ancient medina and the cosmopolitan neighborhoods of the Ville Nouvelle, Four Seasons Marrakech is a peaceful hideout in a green sea of lush gardens. Each of the 139 guest rooms, including 27 opulent suites, has a private balcony with breathtaking views that extend out either over the grounds or the Atlas mountains. Interiors are modern and immaculately finished with Moroccan artisan influence, while burnt umber and cream tones in the rooms are informed by a desert palette, with glossy marble tiles, dark wooden furniture, and luxurious king-sized beds with down pillows and cozy duvets. Swiss marble bathrooms with double sinks and soaking tubs ensure you perfect your self-care routine.

From the modern Middle-Eastern restaurant Inara to Italian fare at Quattro, the gastronomic concepts are filled with flair. Highlighting the Moroccan influences on southern Italian cooking, Quattro serves up Sicilian couscous with scorpion fish and fresh orange and olive salads, alongside Italian cheeses, charcuteries, marinated vegetables, and its signature pizzoli. On the Atlas-facing terrace of Inara, mouthwatering chicken tagine sits beside Lebanese mezze and seared seabass with saffron rice. The poolside restaurant, Azzera, offers salads and flavor-rich dishes such as monkfish coconut curry.

The Presidential Suite’s Balcony. Photo: Courtesy of Four Seasons Marrakech

Le Spa at Four Seasons Resort Marrakech stimulates the senses and lets you escape from daily stresses. With two spa pavilions home to 15 treatment rooms and two separate VIP suites for couples, the spa features Moroccan touches, including mosaics, lamps, and tons of natural light among the refreshing aroma of various herbs. Sign up for the traditional hammam ritual, which starts with a steam treatment, followed by a kessa glove exfoliation and then a rhassoul clay mask to remove impurities. Ending with the best part – a relaxing massage – this is one not to be missed.

The Royal Villa. Photo: Courtesy of Four Seasons Marrakech

The hotel’s full-service salon for everything from a haircut to a manicure helps you get ready to tour the city in style. Hit the fully equipped gym for a quick workout or hone into Zen mode with a private yoga session, before relaxing in the outdoor hot tubs set in the spacious herbal gardens.

The hotel has two pools – one for families and one reserved for adults – where you can also order smoothies, pistachio popsicles, and other poolside snacks while you keep afloat in the summer breeze. Little ones will love the Kids For All Seasons program that organizes fun daily activities, letting them play in their very own kasbah.

The Private Pool of the Royal Villa. Photo : Courtesy of Four Seasons Marrakech

Four Seasons Resort Marrakech is committed to caring for the environment, having launched Project Ecopure Waters, an on-site water-bottling facility that aims to cut and eventually eradicate the annual use of 300 000 plastic bottles across the resort. It uses state-of-the-art filtration systems, such as UV and crystal purification, to ensure guests enjoy the cleanest water – without any plastic waste.

From €400 per room per night. 

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