8 La Mamou­nia Mar­rakesh, Morocco

The art of in­ti­macy & dis­cre­tion.

World Travel Magazine - - Feature 100 List 2017 -

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

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