La Mamounia5.0 out of 5.0
La Mamounia5.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Beautiful architecture, interiors looked newly refurbished and - to me - they were trying too hard! Staff were helpful and you would actually find too many of them at the front doors not sure why! The place was a bit crowded the evening i spent there.
My wife and I arrived on our honeymoon after 23.00 from Barcelona. Everything else was closed in the hotel except the Italian bar, where we found our best friend of the trip, Nabil. He took great care of us when we were exhausted, hungry, and in need of a kind person. He told us the history of the building and showed us what we should expect from this famous hotel. It lives up to the legend, in no small part to people like Nabil. We came back to see him the next night after a great night out on the town!
Attentive well groomed staff.Unbelievable grounds. Enormous property. Very elegant. Good security. Excellent place for photos to see and be seen. Plantings are wonderful. Ambience amazing! Food elegant.
We were sitting on the terrace in front of the gardens, but there were also many people passing through the terrace to visit the garden. Even though I love the concept of allowing everyone visiting the Garden, it spoils the experience a little bit. The dress code has changed apparently. The High Tea is serviced with the traditional Pastilla (a crispy chicken pie, with icing sugar and cinnamon; Moroccan pastries with almonds and honey served with mint tea; and the Famous Pierre Hermé Macaroons. Everything was delicious no question about it. BUT: If you’d like a glass of water you have to ask? The first thing people need, especially when it’s hot is to serve a glass of water to the guest (it doesn’t actually matter if you put an extra on the bill) but water is essential. Even the coffee shop on the nook of the street give you a glass of water with your coffee or whatever. Most of the time of my “High Tea” experiences in hotels they offer you the unconsumed of the pastry in a nice paper bag with the name of the Hotel or the Pastry Chef; In this experience I received an aluminium box (Just like the Chinese takeaway) and I had to ask for a bag. You see, perfection is in small details sometimes and I expected a little bit more attention. Essia
The grounds are absolutely beautiful. The grand lobby/bar area lends to a nice pre-dinner cocktail while jazz band plays. Our wait staff were kind although I bit too slow and perhaps disorganized as we waited long for our drink order. With that said it was still a great experience. We also had relaxing afternoon in the jardin area with Moroccan Rose and Argan Macarons from Pierre Hermes (my favorite in Paris)!
Just had a dinner at the Italian resturante of the hotel to celebrate my wife's birthday . In any second rate Italian resturante one gets a far better food with probably fifth of the bill I paid . When the waiter serving us asked how it was I told him not that good a sewer was but you eat it. Place itself interesting , wonderful decoration and surranding bueautiful but very expensive and Uncharming .
Truly magnificent. Excellent architecture, newly refurbished, fantastic gardens, exquisite rooms and service. Worth coming to Maroco just to stay to this hotel. They also had the courtesy to up grate us upon arrival. We ll certainly visit it again in the future
fantastic property with super service. rooms were spacious and well appointed. gardens are lovely and expansive. great restos and areas to relax throughout the property. loved the italian rest for a switch over from tagines.
An amazing palace with architectural elements of arabesque influence. Infiltrates to the visitor and traveler an ambiance of tranquility, serenity and sheer pleasure. Second time this May, last May was the initiation. We will go again to live dream moments.
You walk in to this palace, and it’s mesmerizingly gorgeous. The details in the architecture from the entry to the lobby are incredible. As you are checked in by the front desk and served your almond milk tea, you feel as if you are the only one in the hotel — very special. The gardens are lush and expansive. Then you are guided to your palace of a room with its intricate Moroccan architecture, you feel like this is the epitome of luxurious hospitality. Then you close the door, alone in your room ready to relax. Darn...you booked the Hivernage room, meaning you hear the street cars, horse carriages, honking horns of the Hivernage street! To top that off your view is of the staff entry gate, so every time you are looking out, most likely someone is coming through the gate. Ok, so you don’t go out on the balcony and you close the shutters to try keep out some noise. Anyway, you can use your ear plugs to sleep. But how about in room coffee? No luck unless you ask for the Capsule machine to be brought up with an upcharge of 7 euros per capsule used. You decide that you can wait u til the breakfast. There’s coffee at the breakfast, located poolside, along with the hoards of other guests swarming the buffet. This pattern continues throughout the hotel in all public spaces such as the bars and outdoor seating. I didn’t realize that I booked a cruise ship with people all over the place. There is no sense of privacy, as the the hotel is full. You just make the best of it, but it sucks as you are paying for your room, arm and leg. I won’t even comment on how the concierge tried to book a 2000 euro camel ride for 3 until I said “NO WAY!” Next time....Royal Mansour. I’d pay double to get away from this cruise ship atmosphere.
- Walking distance to Koutoubia Minaret and Jemaa el-Fnaa
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free valet and self parking
- Onsite dining
Located in Medina, La Mamounia is adjacent to Bab El Djedid and within a 10-minute walk of other popular attractions like Koutoubia Minaret. This 5-star hotel welcomes guests with 209 rooms and conveniences like a full-service spa, an outdoor pool, and an indoor pool.
There are ample dining options with 4 onsite restaurants, including Le Marocain, which specializes in Moroccan cuisine and serves dinner, and Le Francais with its garden views. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café. For your convenience, a full breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 7 AM to 10:30 AM.
A TV comes with satellite channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. Beds are dressed in premium bedding and the bathroom offers a soaking tub, a hair dryer, and designer toiletries. Other standard amenities include an iPod dock, a minibar, and a safe.
At La Mamounia, guests enjoy a full-service spa, an indoor pool, and an outdoor pool. Free valet and self parking are available—or if you're not driving, take the airport shuttle for MAD 600 per vehicle roundtrip. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with tours or tickets, dry cleaning/laundry, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include a children's pool, a 24-hour fitness center, and a spa tub.
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82.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 2684 reviews