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

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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.

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