Jumeirah Group Will Manage Jumeirah Marrakech Resort

Dubai based luxury hospitality company Jumeirah Group will manage the Jumeirah Marrakech Golf & Polo Resort.   Jumeirah Group recently signed an agreement with SGTM Immobilier to manage the new luxury resort, which is located seven kilometers south of Marrakech at the side of the Atlas Mountains.  SGTM Immobilier is a subsidiary of Societe Generale des Travaux du Maroc (SGTM).   Executive Chairman for Jumeirah Group Gerald Lawless said the resort “is a welcome addition to Jumeirah Group’s diverse portfolio as we continue to expand around the world.”

Beginning in January 2013 the resort will open in three stages.  Jumeirah Marrakech Golf  & Polo Resort will have a five star luxury hotel with more than 230 rooms and suites and 50 luxury villas.  The 18 course golf course will have a clubhouse and academy.  The resort will also have a five star polo hotel and two polo fields, a third five star hotel, residential villas, spa, and souk.

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