The site of eighteenth-century garden parties and a favorite retreat for European jet set in the 1930s, Hotel La Mamounia has a history ripe with sophistication. The classic hotel has been recently restored to the height of grandeur with thoughtful pairings of antique and updated interiors by renowned French architect and designer Jacques Garcia.

Property Details

The Hotel La Mamounia is a haven of bygone opulence just a short distance from the famed Medina, Jardin Majorelle and many spectacular sites in Marrakesh’s city center. Graciously-appointed rooms feature warm colors, lavish finishes and an array of attractive views of the city, mountains and landscape.

Rooms

Hues of crimson and earthy brown invite relaxation in each room – the perfect mix of Moorish and modern decor. Crisp linens and marble en suite bathrooms lend to the feeling of royal accommodations.

Suites

A roomy lounge and separate bedroom create a scene as opulent as it is classic in each of four suites. Vistas of the Atlas Mountains and lush garden are just outside your window.

Signature Suites

Seven themes define each of seven signature suites. Suite 7th Art nods to classic Hollywood with a professional projection room; Louis Majorelle’s signature blue and timeless art is celebrated in the Majorelle Suite; and Winston Churchill’s paintings decorate the walls of the Churchill Suite, overlooking the gardens he once described as “the loveliest place in the world.”

Riad

Discover superior intimacy and solitude in one of three Riads. Each refined dwelling boasts a stunning dining room, three spacious bedrooms with en suite bathrooms and a private terrace and swimming pool.

Elegant dining options range from contemporary Moroccan and Italian interpretations to brasserie-style French cuisine and an ample breakfast and lunch poolside buffet. Sample cocktails on the terrace or relax in a plush leather chair the Churchill Bar’s jazzy atmosphere. The expansive vegetable garden boasts herbs, lettuces and rare varieties of orange and lime trees – each fresh ingredient graces the tables of the eateries nightly. Nearly 20 acres of old-growth olive and fig trees, tropical plants and fragrant flowers are a playground for fans of horticulture.

Discerning guests and seasoned spa patrons will be in awe upon visiting the impressive 27,000 square-foot spa facility. Rose and orange blossoms scent the hammam waters and mists of steamy air. Expert massages and skin treatments are enhanced by Ghassoul clay, a nutrient-rich sediment from the Atlas mountains. Be pampered in one of nine treatments rooms or six ethereal outdoor massage cabins.

 

 

 

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