Mandarin Oriental, Marrakech announces holiday offerings

Giving guests package deals for Christmas and New Year’s

The five-star hotel revealed its discounts and F&B bundles for guests over the festive months
The five-star hotel revealed its discounts and F&B bundles for guests over the festive months

Mandarin Oriental in Marrakech has announced deals for guests looking to book during the festive season or New Year’s.

The five-star hotel revealed its discounts and F&B bundles for guests over the festive months.

Starting at EUR 1,322 (AED 5,352) per night, guests can book villa accommodation and one Moroccan breakfast for two. The deal also comes with a sharing menu for two at either the hotel’s Mes’lalla restaurant or Ling Ling.

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Guests are also given a daily buffet during breakfast.

Guests staying through the New Year’s can book dinner at either of the venues for an additional EUR 210 (AED 850) per person, excluding beverages.

Finally the deal also comes with a Moroccan rose treatment for two at the hotel’s in-house spa.

The package is valid from 1 December 2019 - 12 January 2020, with a minimum five-night stay needed. Airport transfer is also supplied.

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