Marrakech Known as the "Red City" Marrakech is the capital of the south. The atmosphere is distinctly more African than that of the other Imperial cities, Fez, Rabat and Meknes. The setting of the city is stunning with ochre stucco buildings surrounded by the snow-peaked Atlas mountains.
The Kasbah Bab Ourika stands on an exceptionally beautiful landscape in the Atlas Mountains, only 35 minutes from Marrakech's International Airport. On its hilltop, at the apex of the Ourika valley, it looks down to the river, green fields and groves of olives, oranges and lemons, and up to the dazzling snowy mountain peaks.Learn more »
La Mamounia, with it's tranquil calm and grandeur, reveals all its magnificence with elegance and discretion. An "art de vivre" both warm yet refined: striking architecture, fine materials, exquisitely flavored cuisine, tranquil gardens and the enchantment of new sounds. By making discovery for the senses one of its core values, La Mamounia offers unique and extraordinary experiences where imagination, emotions, glamour and elegance all have their roll to play. Magic, dreams and enchantment, but also impeccable service and rigorous attention to detail, are the promises held by La Mamounia. Learn more »
La Sultana "Marrakech" is situated in the heart of the golden triangle, at the entry of the Imperial City's walls, just next to the Royal Palaces, to the Bahia Palace and to the famous Jemma El Fna place, where erudites, architects and artists from all epochs set up sumptuous houses, mosques and gardens. In every riad, relive the atmosphere of history, appreciate the tradition of the last centuries: a luxurious residence impregnated with magic.Learn more »
A charming riad hotel situated within the walls of the old medina and close to the Djemma El Fna Square. All the rooms are beautifully and authentically decorated but offer the modern comforts of a five star hotel. Several of the rooms have spacious balconies to sit and watch the city bustle by. It is the ultimate in Bohemian comfort. A swimming pool on the roof gives views across the medina to the Koutoubia Mosque. If you need to seek shelter from the heat of the day the courtyard offers shade beneath orange trees and cool, cushioned alcoves.Learn more »