Unique look behind the scenes of the Royal Mansour hotel in Marrakech (video)
In the BBC's Giles Coren and Monica Galetti presenters visit the most prestigious hotels in the world and work for a few days next to the staff of these extraordinary hotels. In the fourth episode of the program they give a unique look behind the scenes of one of the most discreet hotels in the world, hidden in the heart of the old Medina of Marrakech.
In October 2016 placed the British newspaper The Telegraph hotel in the top 50 best hotels in the world. "The Royal Mansour hotel in Marrakech is at the request of the King of Morocco, Mohammed VI, built as an oasis of gardens and a display case for Moroccan craftsmanship," wrote The Telegraph.
Probably there will be few of us staying at this hotel as a guest can pay, and even then you don't get to see all the work what there is behind the scenes.
The hotel consists of as many as 53 riads, each with its own butler and housekeeping. The most fascinating is perhaps the underground floor of the hotel, with corridors of more than 1000 meters and where the staff including through golf carts. Here are also the kitchens and classrooms for the specialized training of staff.
Noteworthy is that the staff itself first as a guest is received to the services expected of them are first to experience and understand this well.
The hotel also has its own car park with 10 luxury cars where literally no finger press.
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