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Experience living like a King at Morocco’s La Mamounia Palace in Marrakech

Experience living like a King at Morocco’s La Mamounia Palace in Marrakech
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Visiting a palace, let alone dining in it is something we all would love to do and Morocco provides anyone visiting the country this opportunity. It gives this unique experience in the simplest but in desirable and magnificent ways.

La Mamounia Palace Hotel in the heart of Morocco’s ancient City of Marrakech is the place you want to visit. La Mamounia enshrined in a deeply traditional and historic part of Morocco has over the years carved a niche in offering the best art of fine dining and luxury hospitality. 


La-Mamounia-Marrakech [Photo by The milliardaire]

A few minutes from the famous Jemaa el-Fnaa Square in the city, this five-star palace hotel has a rather unique set of accommodation facilities starting with its luxury villas, luxury suites, and rooms each with a different story of the palace that it is in Morocco.

La Mamounia’s villas are tucked away in the palace’s lush gardens. They are serene and the décor in them is what one would describe as romantic-triggers. The views of the Atlas Mountains and the revered Koutoubia Mosque are worth every minute while residing in the villas. 

The on-budget suites offer spacious rooms, beautifully decorated with Moroccan designs such as sculpted wood and red taffeta curtains. 

A large swimming pool beneath palm trees surrounded by cactuses, bougainvillaea and orange trees makes every minute in the pool refreshing.


La-Mamounia-Marrakech [Photo courtesy]

The Presidential suites –Baldaquin Suite, Koutoubia Suite, La Suite Churchill, Majorelle Suite, Marqueterie Suite and Al Mamoun Suite – are personality designed suites with nothing but outright ostentatious palace finishing’s. 

La Mamounia Palace Hotel boasts of excellent traditional and Mediterranean culinary services with its four restaurants, each having a unique but charming way in preparing its meals. The Palace’s flagship restaurant Le Marocain has a deep oriental feel while authentic Moroccan tastes are served at the Le Francais, L’Italien and Le Pavillon standing beside the pool. 

The Spa is different from its use of traditional and modern spa treatment products which has gained a lot of appeal in Marrakech. The palace has an in-door boutique section where you can buy the best of designer apparels and craftworks in Marrakech. 

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Pharis Kinyua is the editor of See Africa Today. With over seven years of experience in digital media, he has a soft spot for African tours and travel. His drive is to tell the rest of the world what Africa offers, the best accommodation facilities, national parks, culture, shopping malls and best airline deals to travel to Africa

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