La Sul­tana

Hong Kong Tatler - - Features -

Set in Mar­rakech’s golden tri­an­gle of his­toric sites—ad­ja­cent to El Badi Palace and a short walk from the Bahia Palace and Je­maa el Fna square—la Sul­tana charms vis­i­tors with its pri­vacy and au­then­tic Moroc­can aes­thetic. The lo­ca­tion, where the city’s cognoscenti have come out to play for cen­turies, is filled with Moor­ish and Ber­ber his­tory. Each of the ho­tel’s 28 rooms is in­di­vid­u­ally de­signed around a sculp­ture or piece of art to re­flect the area’s her­itage, and staff de­liver de­li­cious tast­ing menus di­rectly to the pri­vate ter­races. If you love to peo­ple-watch then head to one of the nu­mer­ous shaded bal­conies and gaze down at the colour­ful riot of street ven­dors and don­keys be­low. Pink mar­ble walls and floors set the tra­di­tional spa apart, and ther­a­pists use spices and an­cient per­fumes as part of the re­lax­ation and heal­ing process. LASULTANAHOTELS.COM

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