Most preferred to be treated like a King and Queen when on an out of town or out of the country vacation. It’s a self reward after all the stress and hard work from working, etc.
But some, 6 star hotels are not enough to enjoy and relaxed. Our suggestion is to try “Palaces”.
You may check out the modern palaces-hotel only in Marrakech, Morocco. Marrakech has been a must-visit location of most of the adventurous travelers and is now turning into one of the world’s most luxurious destination.
Here are the 2 most extravagant hotel palaces that you could give a try for a real King and Queen pampering experience.
The Royal Mansour (A true Moroccan sense of hospitality)
The hotel is fit for a king, literally speaking as Royal Mansour was King Mohamed VI’s private project. It was designed by a top Parisian design firm with imperial high ceilings, zellige ceramic tiles and cedar wood carvings. Other indoor superb stuffs are the chandelier that cascades 12 meters from the roof right down to just above your head, 53 one, two and three-bedroom riads within a 3.5 hectare private median.
Hear the chirping of the birds and dripping of the water from the fountains on your private median that serves as your alarm clock every morning.
As a great exercise, walk on the marble paths that will lead you on the Moorish arches or go for a manicure to the white spa across.
To satisfy your taste buds, try the famous French chef Yannick Alleno’s restaurant or the four-tonne bronze gate that’s wheeled open by guards whenever a visitor arrives.
Prices can range from: $1319 – $2066 per night.
Palais Namaskar (Privacy experience is important)
Palais Namaskar is the newest luxury accommodation in Marrakechs’s that was opened last year, a palace transformed into a hotel by a prominent developer Philippe Soulier.
Perfect for a whole day reading and swimming in its geranium –covered walls pool villa. If an absolute privacy is what you are looking for, this hotel palace best suits for your needs.
Be amaze with its 50,000sqm of Balinese inspired gardens, hundreds of litres of water, 29 rooms, 10 villas and two palaces later. The architect and the developer took them 5 years to design every aspect of the hotel.
It has restaurants and rooftop lounges offering dramatic views to Morocco’s Atlas Mountains and Djebilet Hills.
Standard rooms can cost from approximately $561 a night, while the more extravagant palaces can cost from $2290 to $3865 per night.