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In a world of hyperbole and superlatives, Amanjena is a true Marrakech icon and treasure, against which all others are judged.

In the Palmeraie area of Marrakech, 6 miles from the airport and 5 from the infamous souks, Amanjena is a tranquil retreat that reflects the region’s Moorish heritage in every graceful arch, stone courtyard and rose petal-strewn fountain. With a tiny 39 pavilions and maisons, this is boutique hotels on a grand scale. Amanjena - the first resort of the ultra-luxurious Aman chain on the African continent - means “peaceful paradise,” in a mix of Sanskrit and Arabic, and the stunning serenity certainly lives up to its moniker. The property's design (by Ed Tuttle) emulates old Moorish buildings, Ahmed al-Mansour’s now ruined palace and the Berber villages that cling to the High Atlas Mountains, with its distinctive rose-blush walls mirroring those of the nearby ‘Red City’ of Marrakech. Beds rest beneath Venetian domes and bathtubs are stepped and columned. A stay here takes on an epic adventure of Moroccan luxury with impeccable service and serene relaxation. Amanjena genuinely feels like a stay in a true palace.
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In keeping with the outstandingly luxurious brand of Aman, the WOW factor is achieved in virtually every area.

Both restaurants at the resort are decorated with traditional Moroccan elements, from the central, scalloped onyx fountain with Berber daggers and Arabic sword in the main restaurant to the coral-hued tadelakt walls draped with Moroccan leather horse saddles in the poolside eatery. In the signature restaurant, the kaleidoscopic menu combines Berber traditions with Moorish, Andalusian and middle-eastern influences. Nama, the Japanese restaurant focuses on izakaya-style sharing plates and seared fish and meat from the robata grill. Additionally, set in the property’s olive grove, the Caidal tent is a romantic spot for a candle-lit private dinner.

Other facilities include a 33 metre swimming pool; two clay tennis courts; boutique offering locally crafted products; golf at two courses, one located alongside Amanjena; library; cycling and the serene Amanjena Spa offering traditional Moroccan scrubs, Turkish hammams and a selection of other services including reflexology, facials, manicures, pedicures and waxing.

  • 39 Vilas and Pavilions
  • 33m pool
  • Calm verdant gardens
  • 18-hole Amelkis Championship Golf Course adjacent
  • Two innovative restaurants and destination dining option
  • Tennis
  • Amanjena Spa
  • Impeccable service


21st century incarnation of Moorish decadence.

Like Byzantine temples, the 32 Pavilions have domed living areas, open fireplaces and private courtyard with gazebos, king sized beds, sofas and dining areas. Sliding cedar doors reveal bathrooms where pink pillared baths are set in blue-green marble. A Pavilion Piscine or larger Maisons feature a private pool, separate living rooms, second bedrooms and butler service.

Our available room types are:

  • Pavilion
  • Pavilion Bassin
  • Pavilion Piscine
  • Maison
  • Maison Jardin
  • Al Hamra Maison