La Sultana, Marrakech, Morocco
Just a ten minute walk from Jemaa el-Fnaa, French-owned La Sultana hits all the right notes with its top class restaurant, generously-sized roof terrace and traditionally decorated guest rooms. Unwind in the pink marble spa with traditional hammam and massage, or take part in pilates or yoga on the terrace.
Rooms available from £495.90 per night
Your expert reviewer
The hotel is at the southern end of the medina in the Kasbah neighbourhood. Down an alley off Rue de la Kasbah, you'll be greeted by smartly-dressed porters in red djellabas and fezzes.
Overlooking the 16th-century Saadian Tombs, it's a 10-minute walk from the hotel to the Jemaa el-Fnaa square and Bahia Palace.
By plane: London or Manchester to Marrakech takes around 3 hours 45 minutes, after which, it's a 10-minute drive to the hotel. Free parking available nearby. Book flights to Marrakech.
CHARACTER & STYLE
La Sultana feels like a luxurious sanctuary with its elaborate décor and selection of potted plants, flowers and slender cacti - ideal for couples seeking romance. You won't get lost around the amalgam of five riads, as the hotel provides free maps.
As well as free morning yoga, there's a heated pool, rooftop gym and hammam spa. Shope for wares at the in-house boutique or do a cooking class, where you could make traditional Moroccan dishes such as tagine and taktouka.
- Swimming pool
- Games room
- Free parking
- Free Wi-Fi
Individually-decorated rooms and suites have lavish Moroccan décor including plush drapes, ornate plasterwork and carved wood. If you wish to splash out, book a suite and receive butler service. The deluxe suites have a private balcony with courtyard view.
Room types: Riad Room, Junior Suite, Suite, Deluxe Suite, Exclusive Suite
Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, bathrobes, hairdryer, espresso machine, safe, TV, free Wi-Fi
Food & Drink
Enjoy an al fresco lunch at rooftop restaurant La Table du Souk, or book a leisurely candle-lit dinner with oud music at La Table de La Sultana. We recommend the starter of 'the real harira soup', made with tomatoes and chickpeas, followed by perfectly cooked turbot with capers and celeriac purée.
La Table du Souk: Moroccan street food, locally sourced ingredients. Open daily for lunch.
La Table de La Sultana: Moroccan and French cuisine, seasonal menus. Open daily for breakfast and dinner.
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