La Mamounia

With a deep pride in its Moroccan heritage and a commitment to impeccable service, this stunning hotel promises an oasis of luxury at the heart of Marrakech's historic Medina.

La Mamounia

Feted as 'the loveliest spot in the world' by none other than Sir Winston Churchill, this Arabian Nights fantasy is sure to inspire. Built in 1923, this legendary palace of art deco magnificence has undergone an extensive refurbishment programme in the hands of the talented designer, Jacques Garcia.

The hotel itself is a haven of timeless elegance set within a walled oasis of fragrant orange groves, century-old olive trees and exotic palms in the heart of the ancient quarter of the city. The rooms and suites all have a comfortable ambience and exquisite tranquillity, while the riads exude a discreet decadence, each having its own private terrace and swimming pool.

Dining here is a real pleasure, with a choice of culinary delights to tempt the taste buds. Guests can also indulge in a range of active sports or content themselves with nothing more than a few laps of the pool and maybe a pampering treatment courtesy of the exclusive Amala Spa; which uses natural and organic products. 

All of this spaciousness and tranquillity may have you feeling you’re hidden away in some secluded corner of Morocco, yet you’ll find the charm and bustle of Marrakech’s Medina (old town) on your doorstep, meaning La Mamounia’s location is just as impressive as the hotel itself.