The Five Most Beautiful Spa Hotels in Marrakech

The most luxurious hotels in Marrakech

Nobu Hotel Marrakech - Selman Marrakech Hotel by Forerika Pink Palm Studio Marrakech Photographer - Amanjena Hotel.

Bathed in light, Marrakech remains the dream destination to enjoy spring. Known as the red city due to its clay buildings and ramparts, it continues to reveal its secrets for a wellness getaway with numerous benefits. Here’s a selection of five enchanting addresses.


STOP TIME AT SELMAN Selman Marrakech Hotel

Selman hotel in Marrakech

How about a Moroccan getaway to reset? That’s the promise of the Spa Chenot at the Selman Hotel, one of Marrakech's most beautiful spa hotels. The establishment offers its miraculous method to defy time: a holistic approach combining massages, treatments, and physical activities. Not really into marathons? Perfect, here you can enjoy sports directly from the 80m outdoor pool lined with palm trees and loungers, ideal for chilling with a good book after exercising. The cherry on top? Double Michelin-starred chef Jean-François Piège now oversees the cuisine at this unique palace. Owned by the Bennani Smires family, its 55 rooms, carefully decorated by interior designer Jacques Garcia, invite you to a total escape: “I feel at home here and can’t wait to return,” says chef Piège… And neither can we.

Selman Marrakech Hotel, Km5 Route d'Amizmiz, Marrakech 40160, Morocco. More information about this hotel

© Selman Marrakech Hotel.



REJUVENATE AT LA MAMOUNIA La Mamounia Hotel in Marrakech

La Mamounia hotel in Marrakech

No introduction is needed for this 5-star hotel in Marrakech, whose four syllables evoke a Morocco that blends tradition and modernity. La Mamounia, celebrating its 100th anniversary, has undergone a rejuvenating makeover that is nothing short of stunning. Besides renovating the alcoves, the honor salon, the pool pavilion, and the bar, the transformation begins upon arrival with an incredible chandelier, named the "centenary chandelier," adorning the "grand dame of Marrakech" with a glowing elegance ready to shine for the next hundred years. Spend hours relaxing at the 2,500m² Valmont Spa, where the two traditional hammams offer ancestral treatments: a royal treatment with black soap and scents of neroli and eucalyptus precedes a deep epidermis cleansing with a kessa glove, followed by a body wrap with ghassoul, a natural volcanic clay. This will awaken your inner glow...

La Mamounia, Avenue Bab Jdid, Marrakech 40040, Morocco. More information about this hotel

© La Mamounia.




Nobu hotel in Marrakech

What if relaxation went hand in hand with partying? That’s the idea at Nobu Marrakech, located in the prestigious Hivernage district. The breathtaking view from the rooftop offers an unparalleled panorama of the Atlas Mountains and the Koutoubia, the city's largest mosque. It’s the perfect spot to savor culinary specialties from the Rooftop Garden, including a three-part pastilla: quail, seafood, and chicken with almonds. Cocktails, with or without alcohol, are enjoyed to the vibrant sounds of internationally renowned DJs and local artists. For tough mornings (and others), head to The Pearl Spa and its underground pool to enjoy a signature treatment combining the best of Japanese traditions, Nobu Matsuhisa’s homeland. Our recommendation? The Japanese silk, an energetic hot stone massage that ends with a scalp care ritual.

Nobu Hotel Marrakech, Av. Echouhada et, Rue du Temple, Marrakech 40000, Morocco. More information about this hotel

© Nobu Hotel Marrakech.




Royal Mansour hotel in Marrakech

The elegant setting of 53 private riads continually reinvents itself, gathering the best talents from around the world around its medina. Proof of this is the recent addition of Hélène Darroze, who now helms the new grand brasserie at this Marrakech palace, creating a bridge between Morocco and France: "The common point between a great Parisian brasserie and a palace like the Royal Mansour is the theatrical dimension that transports you to another world," explains the French chef, who relies on local treasures like aromatic herbs and flowers picked daily from the hotel's garden to perfect her creations. This ode to freshness is also evident in the hotel's grand spa, a white-clad elegant retreat where local resources are utilized, such as in the marocMaroc ceremonial massage. Inspired by Moroccan beauty rituals, it releases all unnecessary tension while nourishing the skin with the melting Argan Balm: a gentle sensory escape.

Royal Mansour Hotel, Rue Abou Abbas El Sebti, Marrakech 40000, Morocco. More information about Royal Mansour

© Royal Mansour Hotel by Isaac Ichou.



Amanjena hotel in Marrakech

A sanctuary in the Palmeraie shielded by high pisé walls, Amanjena offers privacy and reveals luxury pavilions and houses with exquisite décor and zellige tile flooring. The hotel understands the desire to rejuvenate, offering a personalized wellness retreat for an entire day. The program includes a body scrub and wrap, a full body massage, and a rejuvenating facial treatment, ending beautifully with a yoga session to realign the chakras. When it’s time for dinner, choose between a traditional Moroccan meal with Berber culinary traditions and a Japanese dinner at Nama, celebrating washoku cuisine with sublime sushi and sashimi. Why not extend your stay to experience it all?

Amanjena, Km 12, Route de Ouarzazate, Marrakech 40000, Morocco. More information about Amanjena

© Amanjena Hotel.


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