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Hattan Villas Amelkis Resort & Spa
Price:£131,659.00 - £330,000.00
Price Per Sq. Ft. £90.00
  • Hattan Villas Fully Furnished
  • Located Marrakech on a golf Course
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Hattan Villas Amelkis Resort & Spa



Price: £131,659.00 - £330,000.00 | Price Per Sq. Ft. £90.00



Floor Plans : 
Resort Masterplan
Hattan Masterplan
Club House
Mountain Views
Living Interior
Dining Interior
Bedroom Interior
Property Details
Property #
Hattan Villas Amelkis Resort & Spa
Property Type
Villa
Property Status
Built
Country
Morocco
View
Golf Course
Area From
285 - 332 Sq.Mtrs
Parking Type
On Site
Health Facilities
Health Spa
No Of Floors
G + 1
No Of Beds
3 & 4
Completion Date Dec 2011

Amelkis Resort & Spa

A paradise that allures the senses and captivates the soul. Amid rugged snow-capped Atlas folds, lies a haven of peace with its unique and privileged lifestyle that reconciles luxury, peace, and joy of life.


Located in the heart of the Palm Grove of the internationally renowned Marrakech, Amelkis Resorts is an integrated lifestyle development featuring luxury residences set around a 36 hole golf course,  most of which already operating, designed by Cabell B. Robinson, and spread over a total area of over 3 million square meters.


Elegantly landscaped, Amelkis Resorts is bedecked with cypress, eucalyptus, palm and olive trees, orange and apricot orchards, creating a spell-binding tranquil natural setting with unique views to the snow-capped high Atlas Mountains.


We are delighted to propose one of Amelkis Resorts premium offerings in the Hattan Villas Community comprising of only 55 exclusive units on plots ranging in size from 650 to 1,300 square meters. These villas are exclusively designed by some of the top architects in the region. The villas are now 90% complete and open for inspections. Only some minor finishes remain to be executed.


We are also offering you the opportunity to acquire plots of land varying in size from 850 to 2,000 square meters, bordering the golf course and providing a unique opportunity  to build  a bespoke home of your choice.


Facilities operational such as a vibrant club house with a restaurant and a pro-shop, the famous Amenjena Hotel and the American School close by complete the offer.


In the foreseeable future, Amelkis Resorts will become even more valuable as it will also include iconic world-class hotels operated by some of the top international brands.


Hattan infuses Moroccan mystique into a fairy tale setting, to inspire a lifestyle that is not only blessed with natural and cultural splendour, but also replete with the comforts and


Pursuit’s that define modern living. It lures the dreamer back in time, through a mirage of domes, cornices and secret gardens, the best of Berber architecture in all its subtle simplicity.


Arranged in 55 luxurious Master planned villas overlooking the Amelkis golf course, Hattan is a distinguished community that derives meaning from a ‘know-how-to-live’ philosophy.


Located in the centre of Amelkis golf course and built around an artificial lake, the Amenjena hotel is a true palace. From its rose-toned pavilions that radiate out from a central basin, to its 2-bedroom Al Hamra Masion with its Zellij wall fountain andmarble columns, the resort echoes both the Berber villages of the High Atlas mountains as well as the geometry and elegance of a Sultan’s palace. Facilities include two restaurants, a green-tiled pool, two hammams, tennis courts, a gym and a spa. Frequented by celebrities from Hollywood stars like Bruce Willis, to football greats like the Beckhams, it is where life is celebrated every day, on occasion or not.


Why Invest Amelkis Resort & Spa?

  • Fantastic Luxury Hattan Villas Ready To Move In
  • Every villa sold fully furnished
  • Amelkis Resort Located in Marrakesh
  • Built on a Golfing Resort All Villas with Golf Course Views
  • Golf Course Access with 50% Discount For Residents
  • Leading 5 star hotels on site
  • Just 10mins Away from the Airport
  • Amazing Views Of The Atlas Mountains
  • Al Mazar Mall just a few minutes away
  • Just 10mins drive to the old city
  • Developed by a world renowned developer
  • Excellent Interest Free Payment Terms


Note: set currency MAD Prices Starting From MAD1.8million To MAD4.5million – MMD1240 Per Sq.Ft

 

Key Features

Lying in the North-Western tip of Africa, Morocco provides an aura of mystique for the first-time visitor. Between its Mediterranean Andalusian coast, Berber mountains, Islamic imperial cities and the Sahara desert, Morocco is a magical kingdom enveloped in a mist of history, art and culture. From Amazigh, Arabic and Sub-Saharan to African and Andalusian, traces of past influences are not only written large on its glorious monuments but are also woven into the fabric of its society and its traditions. A testimony to its ancient lineage is Morocco’s acknowledged status world-wide, as a time-honoured destination, a one of a kind place.

 

Thanks to openness, tolerance and interaction with a multitude of cultures and civilizations, Morocco has embraced a plural identity, consolidating a nation able to accept, cooperate and ensure continuity between two old continents, Africa and Europe. Furthermore, Morocco’s strategic location has shaped a unique pathway for the migration of ideas and cultural exchange between East and West.

 

Sunny almost all year round, with pleasantly warm summers and mild winters, Marrakech is an easy hop from Europe. Hectic yet friendly and stimulating, the city welcomes travellers to extol its unique living history, its shimmering lights and its extraordinary art. An experience best enjoyed on horse-drawn carriages, known as Caleches. Not to mention the sheer pleasure of scouting around the Medina's Souks on foot, plunging into a world of frenzied passageways where jugglers and storytellers jostle for position amidst snake charmers, magicians, and acrobats; whilst tradesmen and shopkeepers alike cajole passing tourists with their glorious array of colourful crafts.

 

The project is located 15-20 minutes by car from:

  • Downtown Marrakech
  • The International Airport of Marrakech Menara
  • The Almazar Shopping Mall (shops, cinemas, Carrefour, food court)
And:
  •   45 minutes away from Oukaimeden station, the ski station surrounding Marrakech.
  • 1h30 away from Essaouira (Atlantic coastal city)
  • 2h away from Agadir via highway (the major Moroccan coastal destination)


Payment Terms

  • £2,000 Reservation Fee On Booking
  • 30% On contract Less Reservation Fee
  • 70% on completion and legal handover

 

Note: All Conveyancing will be completed by our local lawyer

  • Closing costs are estimated at around (5-7%).

 

Maintenance Charges

  • MMD 5 Per Sq.Mtr (Approximately MMD5,000 Per Annum)

 

 

Geography

Morocco, about one-tenth larger than California, lies across the Strait of Gibraltar on the Mediterranean and looks out on the Atlantic from the northwest shoulder of Africa. Algeria is to the east and Mauritania to the south. On the Atlantic coast there is a fertile plain. The Mediterranean coast is mountainous. The Atlas Mountains, running northeastward from the south to the Algerian frontier, average 11,000 ft (3,353 m) in elevation.

Government

Constitutional monarchy.

History

Morocco has been the home of the Berbers since the second millennium B.C. In A.D. 46, Morocco was annexed by Rome as part of the province of Mauritania until the Vandals overran this portion of the declining empire in the 5th century. The Arabs invaded circa 685, bringing Islam. The Berbers joined them in invading Spain in 711, but then they revolted against the Arabs, resenting their secondary status. In 1086, Berbers took control of large areas of Moorish Spain until they were expelled in the 13th century.

The land was rarely unified and was usually ruled by small tribal states. Conflicts between Berbers and Arabs were chronic. Portugal and Spain began invading Morocco, which helped to unify the land in defense. In 1660, Morocco came under the control of the Alawite dynasty. It is a sherif dynasty—descended from the prophet Muhammad—and rules Morocco to this day.