The Exceptional Suites · La Mamounia
An ode to history and beauty
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.
This unique and precious heritage is echoed in each of our Exceptional Suites, impeccably decorated to ensure our guests enjoy the utmost in refinement during their stay.
Spacious and decorated with the most noble materials and curated furniture, the Exceptional Suites are characterised by a spectacular view and an atmosphere that transports you to an exotic new world.
From Porthault bed linen to Garnier Thiebaut terry bathrobes, not to mention the soft carpeting and ultra-luxurious fabrics, all the furnishings of our Signature Suites and the scrupulous attention to detail invite our guests to take time out for themselves.
Decorated with veined marble and punctuated with zelliges, all the en suite bathrooms in our Signature Suites have a bath and shower, and are fully equipped. To enhance your bathroom ritual, La Mamounia provides complimentary signature toiletries, whose delicious garden citrus scents will instantly soothe the mind.
The Al Mamoun Suite
Rooted in the history of La Mamounia through its name and princely decoration, the Al Mamoun Suite is an antique lover’s dream.
The Marqueterie Suite
With its distinctive Art Deco furniture, the Marqueterie Suite is the second most spacious of La Mamounia’s suites.
The Majorelle Suite
Designed as a tribute to the famous painter Jacques Majorelle, whose portrait is displayed at the entrance, the Majorelle Suite captivates with its vibrant colours and textured fabrics.
The Churchill Suite
The spirit of Winston Churchill reigns over the third-floor suite he occupied and that today bears his name.
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.
The Baldaquin Suite
The Baldaquin Suite takes its name from the sumptuous bed, upholstered in white taffeta, which takes pride of place in the centre of the room.
“ This is a fantastic place, one of the best hotels ever ” it is in these glowing terms that the British statesman describes La Mamounia in a letter to his wife (in the 1950s). A loyal client of the Palace, Winston Churchill spends part of the winter at La Mamounia to recharge his batteries and freely indulge in his passion, painting. Posted for hours on his balcony, Churchill watches the setting sun and captures the soft light of the ochre city that he so loves to reproduce in his watercolors.