Amanjena Marrakech reopens on October 15
In a momentum of determined collective mobilization, the high-end hotels of Marrakech decide to reopen after having completed all the procedures of the health protocol, including the roadmap of the FNIH drawn up through a detailed and very practical guide.
Among the most prominent units that will resume, the Amanjena Marrakech consolidates its takeover with a device brought up to date for an intimate retreat and revisited iconic experiences.
And there is enough, this peaceful little paradise bordered by palm trees and hundred-year-old olive trees on the edge of the green course of the Amelkis golf course looks like a dream oasis, worthy of a tale of a thousand and one nights whose architecture is inspired by Arab Moorish heritage. Its mud-earth walls, vaulted ceilings and majestic decorative arches echo the style of a palace of yesteryear. Extending over an area of 5 hectares and designed around a central emerald basin, the property is discreet and offers a magnificent panorama in the shade of century-old trees, offering 40 detached pavilions and private houses.
On the gastronomic side, the care promises surprises to celebrate the resumption in apotheosis. Inspired by the richness of the Moroccan terroir, the seasonal ingredients, the quality and the freshness of the products, the varied culinary partitions offer tastes and flavors of the world. The Resort's restaurants thus offer international cuisine that reflects typical Moroccan, Italian, Mediterranean and Japanese dishes.
For families, Amanjena offers a host of activities designed for all ages, from toddlers to teenagers. Like discovering the Agafay desert, near Marrakech, on camel back, quad, sidecar or electric bike. But also balloon rides, evenings under the stars, polo sessions and golf lessons at one of the two courses located a few minutes from the hotel.
Also new this season, a guided hike in the Atlas Mountains. Taking a scenic XNUMX-hour drive, the hike crosses a picturesque river gorge before ascending the mountainside towards the small village of L'Arbaa Tighdouine, which offers splendid views of the surrounding landscape. Upon arrival, guests can explore the ancient paths lined by traditional mud-walled houses, before savoring an authentic Berber couscous prepared by the care of a welcoming family.
As a reminder, it should be noted the arrival of Astrid Killian as the new General Manager. From Singapore to Turkey, via Morocco and Cambodia, Astrid Killian, originally from Burgundy in France, has worked in different functions during her international career in the luxury hotel industry. She joined the Aman group in 2012 in Amanruya in Turkey, then Amanjena in 2014 to assume the position of Resident Manager and Amansara in Cambodia in 2016 as general manager. Today, she flies again to Marrakech to take the reins of the management of Amanjena. Passionate hotelier, Astrid Killian will bring her distinctive touch and creativity to our peaceful paradise. His return to the Amanjena family in Marrakech is warmly welcomed by the whole team.
In terms of health security, it is stated that the reopening of the establishment will be accompanied by drastic health measures ensuring absolute compliance with a reinforced health and hygiene protocol relating to the new standards in force and the systems put in place by the local health authorities.
The opportunity, also, to propose an offer specially for Moroccans and residents in Morocco "closer to home". As a couple or as a family, the hotel offers several advantages:
• Rich breakfast served in the restaurant or on the pool terrace
• An AMAN signature massage for two people during the stay
• Two children under 12 free in parents' room