Rooms, suites and riads at La Mamounia, Luxury 5-star Hotel in Marrakesh
Exquisite spaces bathed in light
The journey continues in the corridors of La Mamounia, which magically reproduce the Medina’s narrow streets. Behind the characteristic wooden doors that preserve our guests’ privacy lie 135 rooms and 71 suites, where the quintessence of Moroccan craftsmanship is expressed in all its splendour, alongside impeccable contemporary decoration.
For an even more singular experience, our three riads are ideal for either a family or a group of friends seeking private accommodation.
Elegant and comfortable, our luxury rooms have a refined design while exuding the beguiling atmosphere of La Mamounia.
The Deluxe Rooms
Spread throughout all floors of the hotel and decorated in a Moroccan style, the Deluxe Rooms are characterised by their panoramic views and private outdoor spaces.
Bathed in light, our 65 Suites, Executive Suites and Prestige Suites subtly embody the gentle Moroccan way of life, combined with the refinement and elegance of contemporary decoration.
The Prestige Suites
Situated at the centre of the hotel, the 4 Prestige Suites offer a panoramic view from their terraces over the luxuriant gardens and snow-capped Atlas Mountains.
6 Signature Suites with much history to impart. Over the years, La Mamounia has drawn on the architectural, artistic and cultural influences of its environment.
The Koutoubia Suite
Situated on the third floor of the hotel, the Koutoubia Suite is a bright and airy space with multiple windows that unveil the mysteries of Marrakesh.
In a private setting, deep in the heart of La Mamounia’s gardens, three elegant Riads with a surface area of 700 sq.m offer a privileged, unique experience while benefiting from the hotel’s many services.
Each of our vast Riads has a heated swimming pool and a private terrace, and can accommodate six guests. Organised around a patio, these typically Moroccan abodes cultivate the art of discretion and intimacy.
A masterpiece of Hispano-Moorish art, the famous Koutoubia mosque has been watching over Marrakesh since the 12th century. The 77-metre-tall structure overlooks the city, changing its hue as the hours go by.
It served as a model for the construction of the Giralda in Seville, the current bell tower of the cathedral and an emblem of the Andalusian city.
“ A magnificent palace, luxurious yet discreet, a fragrance that envelops you. ”