Review: Four Seasons Marrakech


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Perfectly situated between the city’s ancient medina and the cosmopolitan neighbourhoods of the Ville Nouvelle, just a five-minute drive from the vibrant buzz of the ancient Medina, the Four Seasons Marrakech offers an oasis of relaxation and calm.

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British Airways and EasyJet offer direct flights between London Gatwick and Marrakech. The Four Seasons Resort Marrakech is just a ten-minute drive from Marrakech International Airport.

Style & Character

Set in 17 hectares of beautiful gardens, guests could be forgiven for forgetting that the bustle of the city surrounds them. The Four Seasons Resort Marrakech boasts everything you would expect from a luxury hotel carrying such a well-established name, including two swimming pools, a spa, a variety of tempting restaurants, and beautiful views of the snow-capped Atlas Mountains. It is, without a doubt, a fantastic base from which to explore one of North Africa’s most exciting travel destinations.

The design of the Four Seasons Resort Marrakech is contemporary with a slight Moroccan twist. Aiming to bring guests the best of old and new, traditional Moroccan-style architecture blends beautifully with the stunning modern design of the pool area. At the same time, the grounds are full of attractive courtyards, fountains, palm trees, and olive trees. The luxurious décor inside is mostly light, bright, and modern, mixed with more traditional furniture and artifacts.


The resort offers a wide range of accommodations, from superior, deluxe, premier, and pavilion rooms to various suites. Whichever room you go for, you’ll be guaranteed a private balcony overlooking the hotel’s lovely grounds, the historic Menara Gardens (located next door), or the Atlas Mountains. All rooms offer a wealth of amenities, including down pillows, thick toweling bathrobes, a hairdryer, and makeup mirror, a refrigerated private bar, complimentary Wi-Fi, an iPod docking station, and twice-daily housekeeping service.

Like the rest of the resort, the rooms have been designed to promote a feeling of calm and offer contemporary décor in a soft, neutral color palette with plenty of beautiful Moroccan touches, including handcrafted woodwork. King-size beds and marble bathrooms with walk-in rain showers add to the luxurious feel of the surroundings, while additional beds or adjoining rooms are available for families. Room Tip – Ask for a room with a spectacular view of the Atlas Mountains!

Service & Facilities

The stunning 35-meter free-form swimming pool is irresistibly inviting to adults and children alike, but should the adults prefer to swim in absolute peace? They can also enjoy the beautiful quiet pool. The recently redesigned spa, a haven surrounded by birdsong and fountains, offers massages, facials, and a wide range of other treatments and a traditional hammam experience. There are also tennis courts and a fitness center. Outside the resort, you won’t have to go far to explore the delights of Marrakech, including the Menara Gardens, traditional souks, and mosques.

Younger guests will love the kids club, which provides all sorts of fun activities from arts and crafts on-site to more adventurous pursuits such as camel riding or zip wiring. There’s a young adult center for teenagers with computers, a library of movies, pool and foosball tables, and Wii and Xbox consoles.

Food & Drink

With three restaurants and two lounges to choose from, there are plenty of options for dining at the Four Seasons Resort Marrakech. Solano offers a varied breakfast buffet in the mornings and at night, a cozy trattoria atmosphere, with plenty of tables on the terrace overlooking the resort. Azzera is the perfect poolside spot to grab a sandwich or something from the grill. For cocktails or middle Eastern mezze, Inara, with its intimate indoor and outdoor setting, is worth a visit, as is Zest, located on the rooftop of Bleu d’Orange and open whenever the weather permits.

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