Mövenpick Hotels and Resorts has opened Marrakesh’s largest congress centre – the 5-star Mövenpick Hotel Mansour Eddahbi.
Following a $100 million redevelopment, invested by ALAJIAL Assets company, a subsidiary of AL AJIAL HOLDING the new hotel comprises of 503 rooms and boasts Morocco’s largest congress centre.
The new property includes six restaurants and bars, a two-floor Ô de Rose spa and well-being centre by Cinq Mondes, four swimming pools including one for little travellers, a kids’ club, and events facilities including direct access to the Palais des Congrès Marrakech.
Already confirmed as the host venue for several major global events including COP22 and the Festival International de Film de Marrakech, the new property is already establishing itself as a new global icon.
Owned by Kuwait’s Al Ajial Asset Company, Mövenpick Hotel Mansour Eddahbi Marrakech has reopened under the management of Mövenpick Hotels and Resorts after completing an extensive renovation and expansion programme – making it the Swiss hospitality company’s third property in Morocco.
The 503 guestrooms and suites all feature private balconies – include family, business and executive rooms, 108 interconnecting rooms, and additional suites housed in a newly built wing. Architectural details includes a promenade with water features, 1,001 recessed candles, and elements of nature, wood, fire and copper.
Taking its name from the traditional rosewater that perfumed the Saadian nobility for generations, Ô de Rose is a world-class spa and well-being experience expertly guided by t Cinq Mondes brand. Spread across two floors the spa features eight treatment cabins, hammams, a sauna, steam showers, Jacuzzi, nail studio and hair salon. Authentic Moroccan wellness experiences include hammam rituals using traditional indigenous products such as argan oil, beldi black soap and rhassoul mud, and a unique Saadi ancestral ritual based on essential Draâ oils, which originate from the region where Mansour Eddahbi was born.