Enjoy the refinement and spaciousness of our Luxury Suites

Bathed in light, our 65 Suites, Executive Suites and Prestige Suites subtly embody the gentle way of life in Morocco, combined with the refinement and elegance of contemporary decoration.

From the bed linen (Porthault) to the terry bathrobes (Garnier Thiebaut), not to mention the soft carpeting and ultra-luxurious fabrics, all the facilities in our luxury Suites and the impeccable details invite our guests to take time out for themselves.

Decorated with marble and punctuated with zelliges, all our en suite bathrooms 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.

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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.

The Executive Suites

The quintessence of Moroccan craftsmanship, the Executive Suites are decorated in a traditional spirit where elegant details emulate luxurious materials.

The Agdal Suites

The Agdal suites subtly embody the sweetness of Moroccan life mixed with the refinement and elegance of contemporary decoration.

The Duplex Suites

Located at the hotel’s garden level, the 5 Duplex Suites benefit from an upper-level terrace and an elegant lounge decorated in colours inspired by spices found at the market.

The Park Suites

Located on the hotel’s middle floors and close to the main elevators, the Park suites offer a size ranging from 55 to 70 sq. m with a panoramic view over La Mamounia’s legendary gardens and the Atlas Mountains.

The Hivernage Suites

Overviewing the main entrance of the hotel, the Hivernage suites are filled with calm and serenity.

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“There is a very warm and friendly atmosphere in this hotel.”

Winston Churchill

“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.

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