The Oberoi Group set to open hotel property in Marrakech

The property has 84 rooms, suites and villas

The hotel has three restaurants featuring international and Moroccan culinary experiences
The hotel has three restaurants featuring international and Moroccan culinary experiences

The Oberoi Group will open its first property in MarrakechThe Oberoi, Marrakech — on 1 December, 2019.

The hotel that is located on twenty-eight acres of landscaped gardens, has 84 rooms, suites and villas; seventy-six of which have private pools and gardens.

Announcing the opening of the resort, P.R.S. Oberoi, executive chairman, The Oberoi Group, said: “We are delighted to announce the opening of The Oberoi, Marrakech. We look forward to extending The Oberoi Group’s presence in one of the world’s most exotic destinations. I am confident that The Oberoi, Marrakech, will offer the distinctive Oberoi service to travellers from around the world.”

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The hotel has three restaurants featuring international and Moroccan culinary experiences. The Oberoi Spa private therapy suites offering authentic Moroccan and Ayurvedic treatments. Guests can also experience Hammam and herbal therapies.

A children’s activity centre is available for families travelling with children. The property also has a 300 square metre function room and smaller meeting rooms for social and corporate events.

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