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
- Amanjena Spa
- Impeccable service