Global Luxury And Elegance
Explore the legacy of Le Royal Hotels & Resorts around the world
The opening of Le Royal Hotels & Resorts on Boulevard Royal in September 1984, right in the heart of Luxembourg’s financial centre, marked the beginning of a new era for the General Mediterranean Group, heralding its entry into the hospitality business.
They applied the highest standards and made “excellence and comfort” their hallmark.
They also made it their goal to create the “Le Royal Hotels & Resorts” brand as not just another hotel chain but as one of status and distinction.
Thus, Le Royal Hotels & Resorts quickly became world-class hotels and Le Royal Luxembourg was named among the world’s top 50 Leading Hotels of the World. Early on in the development of the Group’s Hotel division, it was decided to incorporate resort hotels in the Le Royal Hotels & Resorts chain.
The Group opened the renowned Le Royal Hotel El Minzah in Morocco and later opened Le Royal Hotel Hammamet in Tunisia. The Vision then extended to the Middle East, where within one year the Group celebrated the opening of Le Royal Hotels and Resorts in Amman by King Abdullah and Queen Rania of Jordan followed by the Le Royal Hotel Beirut, Lebanon.
In addition to being deluxe hotels of five-star standards, both complexes are celebrated for their superb recreational and entertainment facilities, luxury shopping and fine dining.
Built at the end of the 18th century, the last but not least hotel to be opened, the Grand Hotel Villa de France lies in the middle of what was once the prestigious diplomatic quarter of Tangier.
The objective is to enhance the Brand’s presence in the luxury segment of the hotel and resort industry in other parts of the world.
Known for its sophisticated European hospitality and impeccable service, Le Royal Hotel Luxembourg is arguably the only five-star prestige hotel in the heart of Luxembourg as well as notably one of the Leading Hotels of the World.
Fine dining at La Pomme Cannelle epitomises culinary excellence, while the Club Santé offers professional spa treatments, a fitness centre and an indoor swimming pool. Golden Key Concierge service, airport shuttle bus, garage parking and a lovely boutique complete the first-class experience.
Overall, Le Royal Hotel Luxembourg is famed for its attentive and individualised service, a truly ideal address for both business customers and leisure seekers. While the property is within walking distance of the financial district, it is also very close to all the cultural and historical attractions of the city.
The concierges at this property are active members of the oldest and most prestigious hotel association, the International Union of the Golden Keys. You will see these “Keys” proudly worn on every concierge’s jacket lapel. The concierge can help with parking valets and luggage carriers.
El Minzah Hotel Tangier by Le Royal Hotels & Resorts opened its doors in 1930 at the command of John Crichton-Stuart, the 4th marquis of Lord Bute, a British aristocrat with extensive interests in the area.
This historical property is considered one of the most prestigious hotels in North Africa. It has been a favourite of many dignitaries, politicians and Hollywood stars such as HRH the Comte de Paris, Sir Rex Harrison, Rita Hayworth, Rock Hudson, Jean Claude Van Damme, Jacques Cousteau and many others.
El Minzah Wellness, a sophisticated health club offering fitness activities and spa treatments, will transport you to another world of health and relaxation. Guests can unwind in the sauna, steam bath or Turkish bath after a dip in the pool. A beauty shop and a Venus bar are also found on the premises. The hotel is also in close proximity to the Royal Golf Country Club, as well as stables for horseback riding and open-air tennis courts.
Welcome to a little piece of paradise in the Mediterranean, where manicured gardens, sandy beaches and Moorish architecture conspire to give you the ultimate hospitality and leisure experience.
Le Royal Hotel Hammamet is located on the beautiful blue beach of Yasmine Hammamet, only
a hop from the marina. Nearby are Hammamet’s Medina, Casino, cultural centre and golf clubs, while many of Tunisia’s towns and cities, including the capital Tunis, are just half an hour away or less.
The Royal Med SPA is a great architectural success where the contemporary and baroque merge to create a wonderfully soothing atmosphere, and where different first-class treatments and cures are offered. The Le Royal Hotels & Resorts Hammamet’s health centre also offers a heated swimming pool, Turkish bath, fitness hall and hair salon.
Jordan’s archaeological treasures, landmarks and biblical history have delighted visitors for decades. Le Royal Hotel Amman is in itself an impressive landmark in the country at the cutting edge of hospitality and design.
With 33 suites and a Royal SPA encompassing an area of 7000 m2, our guests experience outstanding levels of comfort and superior services. Adding to the business and leisure facilities available, the property’s very own shopping arcade features two floors filled with different speciality boutiques and convenient shops, including a gift shop, designer stores, fashion boutiques, banks, beauty salon, barber, gourmet shop, jewellers and more.
Le Royal Hotel Beirut, which is situated on a mountain with stunning panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea, boasts the award-winning Royal SPA, spread over three levels and 3,500 m2 of space, an indoor swimming pool, indoor and outdoor Jacuzzis, sauna, mud bath and Turkish bath, aerobics classes, personal training, squash and tennis, in addition to many unique SPA treatments. The Watergate Aqua Park spread over 20,000 m2 is one of the largest in the Middle East, featuring exciting rides, multiple swimming pools and casual dining.
Villa de France
Built at the end of the 18th century, the Grand Hotel Villa de France lies in the middle of what was once the prestigious diplomatic quarter of Tangier. This heritage building represents one of the most exclusive hotels in the world. It has hosted royals and celebrities such as His Highness the Duke of Guise, head of the French Royal House and many members of the British aristocracy such as Lord Bute.
Noteworthy as well is the view of the Bay of Tangier from Room 35 (aptly named after the famed painter Henri Matisse), which was once a museum. This is where the great painter created his famous work ‘Window at Tangier’, better known by its French name ‘Paysage vu d’une fenêtre’
Further information – www.leroyal.com