One of Marrakech's most legendary hotels, La Mamounia has been built in an opulent and traditional Moorish style, subtly enhanced by Art Deco touches. The magnificent design combined with fabulous food and discreet service ensures the most luxurious stay.
The last word in luxury with an opulent Moorish style
Extensive and beautifully maintained gardens give the hotel a peaceful ambience, despite being located in the Old City
Within walking distance to the medina, Koutoubia Mosque and Djemaa el-Fna Square
A choice of four restaurants and five bars including The Churchill Bar, named after one of the hotel's most famous guests
Located in the center of Marrakech, La Mamounia is within walking distance of the famous Djemma el-Fna square and is close to the iconic Koutoubia Mosque. Despite its proximity to the medina, guests will feel a million miles from the busy streets of the Old City thanks to the hotel's tranquil gardens.
In-keeping with the riad's ornate decoration, the rooms at La Mamounia are Moroccan in design, complete with zellige tilework and hints of Art Deco style throughout. Marble bathrooms are the utmost in luxury and plush furnishings offer the highest levels of comfort. Many of the spacious rooms have a private terrace or balcony, while the exclusive three-bedroom private riads have their own pools.
There are four restaurants at La Mamounia, each of which serves dishes using fresh ingredients from the hotel's organic vegetable garden. Le Français is the most formal, offering gourmet French cuisine, while L'Italien is more atmospheric and its menu comes courtesy of two-Michelin-starred chef Don Alfonso. Le Marocain serves fantastic local delicacies with a contemporary twist and finally Le Pavilion de la Piscine offers pool-side lunches and delectable evening cocktails.
The twenty acres of lush walled gardens, fragrant flowers, shrubs, olive and orange trees are a popular choice for relaxing walks for both residents and visitors alike. Guests looking to relax can unwind in La Mamounia's fantastic spa with a selection of revitalising treatments after a day exploring the winding streets of the medina.
When to visit
Make sure to stop in at the Pierre Herme, The only one in the whole of Marrakech to have some delicious Macaroons!
Located near the Koutoubia minaret, the peaceful grounds and gardens of La Mamounia feel a million miles away from the hustle and bustle of the Old City, yet the hotel is within easy reach of the famous Djemaa el-Fna Square by foot.
Camel trek in the Agafay desert
Enjoy a peaceful trek with the desert's most iconic animal. Arabian camels, known as dromedaries, differ to other species featuring a single hump rather than two. Your Berber guide will lead you away from the camp to enjoy breathtaking sunset views.
Cooking lesson in Marrakech
La Maison Arabe has a well established restaurant that opened in 1940 and its experienced chefs host cooking workshops. Have a go at making your own lemon chicken tagine and learn about traditional cooking methods using authentic Moroccan spices.
Hidden Marrakech by Side Car
What better way to explore the narrow, winding streets of Marrakech then with a thrilling side car experience? Along with a local guide you’ll be take off-the-beaten track to find some of the hidden treasures of Marrakech.
Hiking in the Atlas Mountains
The perfect way to explore the vast expanse of the Atlas mountains is on foot, and there are a number of different routes and options available, depending on your preferences and previous experience. Enjoy a short introductory walk or longer hike.
Private Berber cooking class
Your private cooking class takes place amongst hectares of olive groves and vegetable gardens in the Berber countryside in the verdant Amezmize Valley. Learn the techniques to make traditional Moroccan dishes as you prepare a delicious two-course meal.
Street food tasting tour (Marrakech)
Along with a local food expert, take a journey through the culinary delights of Morocco visiting shops and stalls, seeking out local produce, fragrant spices and unique local dishes. Enjoy tasters along the way followed by a delicious dinner.
Street food tasting trail
Get to know Morocco's fascinating culture first-hand through its delicious street food! With local foodies as your guide, head off the beaten track to sample delicacies that most visitors don't get to try.
Visit the Majorelle gardens
Take a leisurely stroll around the eccentric Jardin Majorelle. An oasis of calm in the midst of the chaotic city, the gardens house an impressive collection of Islamic art alongside beautiful plants, cacti and lily ponds.