Amanjena Pavilion PiscineMorocco, Marrakech & Atlas Mountains

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Amanjena features 32 Pavilions over 175 m². Under the dome is a king-size bed and a woodburning fireplace. The spacious bathroom features a stepped and columned bathtub with green Moroccan marble, twin vanities, soaring mirrors, twin dressing areas and separate shower and toilet. Each Pavilion’s has a garden courtyard complemented by a gazebo ( Minzah), a lounge sofa and a dining area with views either of the golf course or olive groves.

Offering a 25-square-metre (269-square-foot) heated swimming pool and a private garden, 220-square-metre (2,368-square-foot) Pavilion Piscine rooms feature Berber carpets, Zellij-tiled floors and soaring mirrors. Adjacent pool pavilions can be joined together via courtyard doors.

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  • Private Pool
  • Wi-Fi
  • Family Friendly

In-Depth Villa Details


- Heated 25sqm (269sqft) swimming pool

- Private garden and courtyard with gazebo

- King-size bed

- Living area with wood-burning fireplace, daybed

- Moroccan leather desk, cherry wood chair

- Bathroom with Ouarzazate green marble finishes

- Pillared minzah pavilion for outdoor lounging

- Stepped and columned bathtub, twin vanities, dressing areas, separate shower/toilet

- WiFi, sound system, safe

- Personal bar

-20-minute drive from Marrakech Menara International Airport

Location • On the outskirts of Marrakech • Adjacent to the Amelkis Golf Course • 45-minute drive from the foothills of the High Atlas Mountains • Two-hour drive from Morocco’s Atlantic coastline


A varied landscape of rugged snow-capped mountains, parched desert dunes and winding coastline, Morocco has some of North Africa’s most diverse geography, all accessible from Amanjena. The ancient city of Marrakech is centred on its 12th-century medina, a red-walled former fortress crisscrossed by narrow lanes. Its attractions extend outward to the golf courses on the city's outskirts and the surrounding villages, where little has changed over centuries


Both restaurants at Amanjena are decorated with traditional Moroccan elements, from the central, scalloped onyx fountain in the main Restaurant to the coral-hued tadelakt walls draped with Moroccan leather horse saddles in the poolside eatery. Local ingredients and culinary traditions inform the cuisine, complemented by a range of cocktails served at the airy bar, where smoke-tinted mirrors are joined by old Berber daggers and Arabic swords in scabbards of deer antler, camel bone and olive wood


Amanjena’s spa is home to two hammams complemented by showers, washrooms and a glassed-in whirlpool that opens onto a relaxation courtyard with a bubbling fountain

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