Fairmont Residences project in Morocco now on sale

Eagle Hills has launched the sale of residences at the upcoming Fairmont Residences La Marina Rabat-Sale in Morocco

Francois Baudin, SVP, Development Luxury Hotels Europe Middle East and Africa, Accor and M'hammed El Merini, GM, Eagle Hills Morocco
Francois Baudin, SVP, Development Luxury Hotels Europe Middle East and Africa, Accor and M'hammed El Merini, GM, Eagle Hills Morocco

Abu Dhabi-based real estate and development company Eagle Hills and Fairmont Hotels & Resorts have launched sales of the Fairmont Residences La Marina Rabat-Salé in Morocco.

Construction on the luxury hotel and branded residences development – the first Fairmont hotel in Morocco – commenced earlier this year and is scheduled to open in 2019.

Fairmont Residences La Marina Rabat-Salé is part of an urban mixed-use development in Morocco. The 79 Fairmont branded residences are marina-front homes, with a choice of one-, two- and three-bedroom units ranging in size from 70-210m2.

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Residents will benefit from on-demand hotel services as well as access to à la carte services and other facilities from the 184-room hotel, such as a Fairmont Spa, pools, fitness centre, meeting spaces including a ballroom and business centre, and restaurants including an all-day dining concept, lobby lounge and bar, speciality restaurant and pool bar & grill.

Amenities within the La Marina development are also accessible, including retail, a bank, mosque, school, and numerous dining options within the Marina and along the Bouregreg river front.

Eagle Hills Morocco general manager M’hammed El Merini said in a statement: We are delighted to be able to bring the Fairmont Hotel & Residences to La Marina which reinforces the number of luxury hospitality options for visitors in the Rabat-Salé region. This will become a new flagship destination that will positively impact tourism.”

Francois Baudin, senior vice president, development luxury hotels Europe Middle East and Africa, AccorHotels said: “AccorHotels has exceptionally strong residential expertise and we are committed to our goal of being the preferred mixed-use hotel and residential operator in the Middle East and North Africa and beyond.”

The residences’ owners will also have access to the 'by invitation only' tier of Fairmont President's Club. Membership offers VIP recognition, special room rates and upgrades at the global portfolio of over 120 Fairmont, Raffles and Swissôtel hotel and resort properties.

Residents are also provided with the opportunity to rent their residences through a rental programme managed by Fairmont.

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