The Magic of Marrakech
Luxuriate in the grandiose and tastefully decorated terrace at the suspended gardens of La Sultana in the evenings and relish the astonishing luminescence and colours of Morocco
In Marrakech, you don’t have to be Scheherazade to bask in the wonders of the 1001 Nights under the stars, because a mere five-minute walk from the town square takes you to one of the most stunning places to stay in the wonderful capital of the 11th-century Moroccan Berber Empire, La Sultana Marrakech. The most beautiful property in this city of mosques, palaces and gardens, La Sultana comprise five vintage buildings in the heart of the Kasbah. This authentic Signature Hotel 5* Deluxe is a timeless palace and a proud member of both the Small Luxury Hotels of the World and of Great Hotels of the World groups. Designed for lovers of hotels where every piece of architecture is unique, the hotel is a stone’s throw away from the royal palaces, museums and souks. La Sultana Marrakech is an impeccable hotel that pays the greatest attention to detail. Every corner is interesting. Impressively designed Moroccan-themed décor pampers guests right from their first step into the wonderful structure. In spite of this, the real jewel of the hotel is the incredible team of people who work tirelessly to ensure that every visit is as enjoyable as possible. La Sultana Marrakech is composed of several riads— traditional Moroccan chateaux with interior gardens or courtyards—each boasting a specific identity, a spa, a fitness room, and a heated swimming pool. The traditional Moroccan royal residence features a central patio with all the windows overlooking the interior rather than the outdoor as in European houses. This makes it advisable for globetrotters who seek light and luminosity to book the deluxe suites with private balconies. The panoramic terraces boats superb views of the Royal Palace, Koutoubiya Mosque and the snow-capped Atlas Mountains far away. The exotic ambiance is enhanced by enchanting patios bordered by large palms and orange trees. The rooms and suites indulge with high vaulted ceilings adorned and decorated in precious woods, marble and copper, and littered with paintings and objets d’arts.