At the foot of the dramatic Atlas Mountains stands the elegant palace of Selman Marrakech, rising out of the desert. Renowned Parisian architect Jacques Garcia’s designs will overwhelm you with a sensual welcome, from the 55 stunning rooms, suites and villas to the colonnaded portico entrance and the magnificent 80m pool in the manicured gardens and the hotels unique stud farm, home to a private collection of stunning Arabian thoroughbreds.
The entire hotel pays tribute to the elegant Arabian horses that reside in the paddocks and stables. ‘Selman’ was the original sire of a line of purebred horses, and the owners of Selman Marrakech, a Moroccan family, have chosen to recreate this awe-inspiring equine lineage as well as recreate the golden age of Moroccan culture within the property.
Rooms, Suites & Villas
Selman Marrakech has 50 rooms, 5 suites and 5 private villas, all embracing an Arab-Moorish atmosphere with refined textures, fine fabrics and traditional furnishing blending into a warm and homely spirit, with luxury in every detail.
The four restaurants and two bars have been designed by Jacques Garcia. Festive and convivial, there is an eclectic culinary experience to work with everyone’s dietary requirements, health regimes and mood.
One of only 5 hotels in the world to have a Chenot Spa, the facility at Selman Marrakech offers a new approach to regaining rhythm and balance for mind and body. The 1,200m2 spa is reminiscent of a traditional Turkish bath and includes seven treatment rooms, four hydrotherapy rooms, a hydro-massage pool, two heated outdoor pools, a gym and a spa boutique. Guests can enjoy the spa for a few hours or for several days, following the famous Chenot Method, developed over 45 years by Henri Chenot.