Luxury Moroccan hotel Palais Namaskar is inviting guests to re-energise and regain their emotional and physical balance with its second ‘Mood’, which takes on an Asian theme to share the wisdom of feng shui, shiatsu and symbols of good fortune with those in search of wellbeing and inner peace.
The petite Asian citrus fruit Yuzu, is emblematic of the new Autumn ‘Mood’ at Palais Namaskar. From September to November guests at the hotel will be able to sample Asian specialties with two pop-up restaurants for ‘Mood Yuzu’.
From September 15 to October 15, Thai will be on offer, while from October 16 to November 15 guests can try Japanese, joining a master chef to learn the art of sushi. Chefs will also prepare specialty ‘Mood Yuzu’ brunches every Saturday.
Guests can also indulge in expert Asian massages on October 23-30. Thai massage is beneficial to both body and mind, while shiatsu, which consists of stretching and pressure applied to the entire body, promotes the flow of energy.
Complimentary airport transfer service
To celebrate its first anniversary, Palais Namaskar has now expanded its complimentary airport transfer service (starting from a Junior Suite category) to Casablanca Airport, for guests staying for a minimum of three nights.
The hotel has also implemented its “Courtesy Car” Service, which guests can make use of. Throughout the day a chauffeur drives at four set timings from Palais Namaskar to the center of Marrakech, allowing guests to experiment the charms of the old medina. In the evenings, the chauffeur is available on request depending on availability.
Complimentary fitness classes and minibar
Palais Namaskar’s fitness coach and yoga instructor have created an entertaining sport program for guests, with activities ranging from aqua training to group yoga classes. These complimentary activities are available from Tuesday to Saturday at set timings.
New pop-up restaurant for culinary experiences
Palais Namaskar also has a new pop-up style restaurant, L’Ephémère, which features different culinary experience every three months, showcasing signature dishes from around the world.
“After being open for more than a year, we have had the opportunity to share some truly wonderful moments with our highly valued guests,” said Laurent Branover, Palais Namaskar General Manager.
“We are also using this opportunity to understand our guests’ wishes much better in order to tailor make our services and exceed our guest’ expectations.”