8 La Mamounia Marrakesh, Morocco
The art of intimacy & discretion.
The romance began in the 12th century when La Mamounia stood protected behind medieval ramparts. Today it’s a marvel of Arabic-andalusian architecture and pays tribute to the Moroccan master craftsmen, called Maalem, who constructed her. Stroll the Gardens of Enchantment and take a walk back in time. Seek out the vegetable garden where gardeners and chefs gather to share their passions among Borji mint, the famous ingredient in Moroccan tea. Enjoy the ultimate in luxury in your very own Riad––a bastion of exceptional service featuring a patio, terrace, pool and three bedrooms arranged around an open courtyard. A cavalcade of colours, cultures, shapes and textures, the interior features zellige tile work and sculpted wood. Forget the outside world, and enjoy the ultimate in intimacy and discretion. When and if you want to emerge, endless choices exist from a luxurious hammam at the Moroccan Spa to golf excursions. mamounia.com/en