The two-bedroom Al Hamra Maison offers 1,130 square metres of living space and provides a private butler service, a private heated pool and an extensive main pavilion. Features include Berber carpets, Zellij-tiled floors and soaring mirrors.
Pavilions lie beneath their own graceful Venetian stucco domes and are an average size of 175 square metres. Each has access to a garden courtyard that overlooks the golf course or olive groves.
Villa in numbers
Each Maison Jardin features seven-metre-high ceilings and offers 572 square metres of living space, including a garden courtyard and a butler’s pantry.
Villa in numbers
Amanjena lies just minutes from Morocco’s famous Djemaa el-Fna Square and the UNESCO -protected medina of Marrakech.
Situated within an oasis of palm and olive trees, it is a real paradise for peace, tranquility and nature.
Moorish heritage is reflected throughout thepisé-walled resort which echoes the style of a sultan’s palace.
PAVILIONS & MAISONS
Inspired by Morocco’s gracious architecture, Amanjena’s Pavilions and Maisons radiate out from a vast bassin that reflects the sky at the property’s heart.
Pavilions and Maisons are cool, elegant dwellings with Berber carpets scattered over zellij-tiled floors.
The sound of running water in fountains soothes while chaise longues and candle lanterns lend classic Moroccan ambience. Several of them offer private heated pools.
- Accommodation in private villa
Restaurants & Bars
Set beneath a central skylight, the elegant Restaurant is joined by two airy eateries with views across the pools and gardens.
Both restaurants at the five-star Marrakech resort are decorated with traditional Moroccan elements, from the central, scalloped onyx fountain in the main Restaurant to the coral-hued tadelakt walls draped with Moroccan leather horse saddles in the poolside eatery. Local ingredients and culinary traditions inform the cuisine, complemented by a range of cocktails served at the airy bar, where smoke-tinted mirrors are joined by old Berber daggers and Arabic swords in scabbards of deer antler, camel bone and olive wood.
Its centuries-long standing as a cosmopolitan centre has led to Marrakech’s unique culinary tradition, which is embraced and embellished in the dishes prepared by Amanjena’s chefs.
Open for dinner
Experience a truly sensory journey, from the bustle and incense-filled ambience of the local souk, to the aroma of a home-cooked tagine.
After a morning gathering local ingredients at the souk accompanied by an Aman chef, a warm welcome awaits at Amanjena’s beautifully refurbished kitchen, where you’ll prepare the delicious Moroccan speciality using a traditional recipe.
Maroccan Restaurant serves seasonal Mediterranean fare, inspired by culinary traditions of Morocco, Sicily, France and Spain.
Lit by a retractable skylight and centred around a marble fountain.
Housed within the elegant Arrival Pavilion
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner
Enjoy the freshest seafood prepared precisely to your taste at the Japanese Restaurant.
Featuring both a sushi bar and robata grill, the informal izakaya-style cuisine takes centre stage in the atmospheric surrounds. Situated near the main swimming pool.
Set in the property’s olive grove, the Caidal tent is a romantic spot for a candle-lit private dinner.
Accompanied by live Moroccan music, a variety of menus are available featuring specialities such as lamb méchoui, the subtle flavours of which are developed over many hours cooking underground.
Open for breakfast and lunch
Serves light meals and refreshments. Is situated alongside the main swimming pool. Enjoys views of olive groves, fairways and the High Atlas Mountains.
Atmospheric setting for pre- and post-dinner drinks.
A Fine Selection of Cigars.
Open throughout the day
Two Lounges frame the gracious Arrival Pavilion. One serves afternoon tea, the other cigars, drinks and shisha.
Glass-enclosed with open fire in winter and open to cooling breezes in summer.
RECREATION PARADISE | WELLNESS & SPA EXPERIENCES
10:00 - 22:00
Amanjena’s spa is home to two Turkish-style hammams complemented by showers, washrooms and a glassed-in whirlpool that opens onto a relaxation courtyard with a bubbling fountain.
Aman Skincare draws on the knowledge and wisdom of ancient wellness traditions while harnessing the power of nature.
At Amanjena spa, they are using locally sourced products in all of the signature treatments and body rituals. From the fresh Argan Oil that grows on the Argan trees, to the prickly Pear that blooms seasonally on the cactus plant, to the Rhassoul Clay that is nature mineral clay found in the Atlas Mountains, to the black soap, which is made from olives.
Two Turkish-style hammams complemented by showers, washrooms and dressing areas.
Glassed-in whirlpool opens onto private fountain courtyard.
Fitness centre is light-filled and spacious with timber floors.
You will find there cardiovascular and weight-training equipment.
33m outdoor heated pool with lovely views over olive groves and fairways towards the High Atlas Mountains.
The heated pool for children is separate.
Two clay tennis courts floodlit for night play and two minzah pavilions for refreshments.
The hotel provides complimentary racquets and balls.
The Royal and Al Maaden Golf Courses are just a few minutes’ drive from the resort.
Two-storey, double-volume structure with balcony on the perimeter of second floor.
Moroccan daybeds frame open fireplace will make reading more enjoyable.
Located within the colonnade adjacent to the swimming pool.
Here, you will be able to equip yourself with locally-crafted products include hand-woven caftans, shawls and tablecloths, as well as art, jewellery, brass lanterns and pottery, all available for purchase.
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