Amanjena, or ‘peaceful paradise’, is the first Aman resort on the African continent. The property is located just outside the ancient Moroccan city of Marrakech on the souther road to Ouarzozate, the gateway to the Sahara Desert. The High Atlas Mountains claim the Marrakech horizon and the Atlantic coast is just two hours away.
Amanjena is set within an oasis of palms and olive trees. Moorish heritage is reflected throughout the resort, including the Morocco luxury pavilions that radiate out form an ancient basin, echoing the style of the sultan’s palace. Amanjena offers a variety of guided excursions on foot, bicycle or private car into the medina, the souk and squares, palaces, gardens and craft shops of ancient Marrakech.
Amanjena’s 18 rose-tones Pavilions, six Pavilions Bassin, eight Pavilions Piscine, six two-story Maisons and the two-bedroom Al-Hamra Maison all radiate from the ancient bassin (irrigation pool) which lies at the heart of the property.