Architect Patrick Collier has created The Oberoi, Marrakech among olive and citrus groves

by Jane Kitchen | 17 Sep 2019

The Oberoi Group will open its newest resort in Marrakech on 1 December 2019.

Located on 28 acres of landscaped gardens with citrus orchards, olive groves, the new resort hotel has views of the Atlas Mountains.

The new property was designed by architect Patrick Collier of Collier and Partners, who worked closely with Prithvi Raj Singh Oberoi, executive chair of The Oberoi Group, on the project.

The 84-bedroom resort features a design inspired by the history of Moroccan architecture. The courtyard of the main building incorporates the design of the historic Medersa Ben Youssef, built in the 14th century and one of Marrakech’s most famous historic monuments.

The resort’s Oberoi Spa is located on a natural water body, surrounded by olive and citrus orchards. Guests can experience authentic, personalised Moroccan and ayurvedic treatments, as well as a hammam and herbal therapies. The Oberoi, Marrakech will also include two temperature-controlled swimming pools – one outdoor (30 metres) and one indoor (20 metres).

The Oberoi, Marrakech is located twenty-five minutes from the Djema el-Fna square and the ancient walled city.

A partnership between El Alami Real Estate holding (Morocco) and Oberoi Luxury Hotels (India) by YDA Architects for the creation of 40 luxury residences nearby has been proposed by not yet realised.

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