The Fairmont branded residences will be spread across three distinct zones, all surrounding the immaculate golf course:
ATLAS – bespoke homes on up to one-hectare plots
Grand luxurious residences – best golf and Atlas Mountain viewsSizes: Up to ten ‘super-sized’ plots available, some including the option to build an additional guest house, designed for five to eight bedroom residences (up to c. 1,215 sqm built). Optional guest house/private spa (on selected plots) will have a built size of around 362 sqm. Owners may join plots together if they choose.
Prices: Plots from circa €1,500,000; Villas (including land) from circa €4,000,000
OLIVERAIE – 3,500-7,600 sqm plots, three to five bedroom homes
Luxury homes to suit family living – mix of golf and Atlas Mountains views
Sizes: Up to 15 three to five bedroom villas (circa 270 sqm to 840 sqm)
Prices: between circa €1,500,000 and €3,500,000
OCRE – 1,200-2,500 sqm plots, three to four bedroom homes
Villas ideal for families and investors – offering a mix of golf, sunset and Atlas Mountains views
Sizes: Up to 19 three to four bedroom villas (circa 270 sqm to 605 sqm)
Prices: from €650,000
Note: Prices in Euros are for guidance only. Properties are sold in Moroccan dirhams.
All Fairmont branded home owners will benefit from hotel and brand privileges, concierge and access to all hotel facilities and amenities, as part of their membership subscription of only circa 1,000 Euros a year
Marrakech is the former capital city of Morocco. It is known for its vibrant souks, historic architecture, snake charmers, hidden palaces and more recently, its trendy art galleries.
This intoxicating city is within easy reach of Europe and offers a tantalising taste of north Africa. Most visitors head to the ancient medina with its narrow alleyways, artesian workshops, markets and riads. Nearby is the open space of Jemaa el Fna, buzzing with locals each evening, the square has dozens of stalls offering all kinds of local food as well as a mix of musicians, fortune tellers, cobras and acrobats. Towering over the square is the minaret of Koutoubia Mosque built in the 12th century.
Marrakech is also a modern and fast developing city, particularly the district known as Guéliz and the wider Ville Nouvelle. There are also a growing number of luxury spas, bars and clubs plus a flourishing arts and music scene. The city is also the gateway to the magnificent Atlas Mountains with the Sahara beyond.
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