Seven exceptional stories…
We are very delighted to announce you that La Mamounia is nominated to the “Conde Nast Traveller Readers’ Choice Awards” for the 2nd consecutive year.
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Each Signature Suites has a unique character and atmosphere. Choose one to suit your tastes.
The Baldaquin Suite
Imagine the honeymoon that you dreamt of as a child. The tone is set as soon as you step over the threshold. A couple of superb glass mirrors is placed on either sides of the entrance for each of you. The fabrics and walls are a mixture of white, cream and ivory tones. Four portraits of Moroccan brides all dressed in white and wearing traditional headdress adorn the walls. A superb canopy bed is draped in folds of satin and pure white. As witnesses to your happy union, there are photographs of legendary couples, such as Delon and Schneider, and Butler and Taylor – an ode to love.
The Koutoubia Suite
Your gaze will be irresistibly drawn to the Koutoubia – a magnificent 69-meter high minaret, which is a true architectural masterpiece. The luxurious interior, with high ceilings of finely sculpted wood, ivory satin and brown velvet fabrics. From the large rotunda living room, which forms the centrepiece, you can admire the glittering sunlight reflecting off the gilded ornamental orbs on the turret, beautiful paintwork and glazed earthenware. Magnificent!
La Suite Churchill
As soon as you enter the suite, you are greeted by a replica of the famous statue of Sir Winston Churchill on London's Parliament Square and a portrait by J. Spencer Churchill with the famous cigar. This suite combines English style and Moroccan art with great elegance, which is signified by the inscription of the famous statesman's name in Arabic Calligraphy above the leather headboard. The shelves in the lounge house bronze statues of horses and eagles. The matte colours of the wood contrast with the tadelakt on some of the walls. A beautiful setting in which to relax and enjoy the views over the gardens and the oft-painted Atlas Mountains – a spectacle to behold each day.
The Majorelle Suite
A portrait of the artist Jacques Majorelle, who made such a mark on La Mamounia with his talent and personality, hangs in the entrance. Inside the suite, Majorelle blue and orange tones join forces alongside colourful textured fabrics and zellige tilework to create a myriad of warm and bright colours that resonate with the tones of nature, resplendent in the flower-covered gardens and the Atlas Mountains. A superb panorama.
The Marqueterie Suite
This generously proportioned and well-lit suite offers an understated and uncluttered interior. Marqueterie is king in the ancestral Moroccan craftsmanship; reinterpreted here across large surfaces, it confers an air of elegance, modernity and warmth. The use of the same variety of wood throughout superbly complements the clean lines of the furnishings.
The Al Mamoun Suite
This Signature Suite is named after a prince and it lives up to its name! The rich interior décor, beautiful noble materials, and various traditional and modern influences combine to create a stunning effect. The interior features a contrast of Asian furnishings – two superb Chinese vases and a writing desk – beautiful European objects – a clock and classic-style armchairs – and revisited traditional Moroccan art, with the flamboyant central ceiling light. The result is a princely, colourful and rich interior.
For the comfort of our guests
- 2 bedrooms in the Churchil, Majorelle, Al Mamoun and Marqueterie Suites (walk-in wardrobe)
- 1 bedroom and one lounge for the Baldaquin and Koutoubia Suites (walk-in wardrobe)
- Two bathrooms (bath and shower)
- Turn-down service
- VIP service: transfer from the airport, champagne, basket of fruit and more
- Free Wi-Fi
- Flat-screen television (international channels)