The former Mansour Eddahbi hotel in Marrakesh, previously operated under the Kempinski banner, then closed for renovation, will open before the end of the year under the Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts label.
The building belongs to the Kuwaiti sovereign fund Kuwait Investment Authority. For two years, the property remained closed for renovations that cost an estimated 65 million euros. It is scheduled to reopen at the end of the year.
The hotel and the Convention Center will be managed under a contract by Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts. After the Mövenpick Hotel & Casino Malabata Tangier and the Mövenpick Hotel Casablanca, this is the Swiss group's third acquisition for its Moroccan portfolio.
The Mövenpick Hotel Marrakesh will have 501 rooms and suites with balconies, 1000 square meters for the spa, three swimming pools, a Buddha Bar and two restaurants showcasing Moroccan cuisine.
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