La Sultana Hotel in Marrakech
This beautiful Marrakech hotel is hidden in the heart of the Medina and comprises four riads. It is a sophisticated establishment where no detail has been overlooked, and yet an intimate ambience has been achieved.
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There are 21 air-conditioned rooms and suites, all individually decorated with en-suite marble bathrooms with bath and shower, satellite TV, DVD and CD player, phone, internet access, mini-bar, safe and fireplace.
There is a beautiful heated pool and various panoramic terraces with striking views. Talented French and Moroccan chefs prepare refined meals in the dining room, and there is 24-hour room service available. A spa provides a gym, jacuzzi, hammam, sauna, and massage facilities. The lounge bar is rather unusual in that it has a view into the pool, and other facilities include a library and a shop.
Enjoy a 4 night honeymoon at the Sultana with a free room upgrade (if available when you arrive), a hammam & body scrub, and a massage with essential oils.
Extend it to seven nights for a complimentary candlelit dinner (except drinks).
Free nights, upgrades, hammam & massage and honeymoon special offers.
Meet the locals in the rustic Berber villages of the High Atlas Mountains amidst stunning scenery
Fes, Desert, Kasbahs, Todra Gorge & Marrakech
Feedback and reviews
5+ One of the most relaxing environments for a holiday we have ever been in. The service from all staff was excellent. The food is beautiful & surroundings throughout the riad are fabulous. The cocktail evening on Friday was a very nice touch. Nothing is too much trouble. The welcome was very informative including a trip round the riad to accustomise with everything available. G.S. in December 2009
This is an excellent hotel. The service is comparable to some of the very best European hotels. Stunning decor, excellent staff, good facilities and an ideal location. We particularly liked the evening meals at La Sultana. Whether eating by the pool or on the roof terrace overlooking the Saadian tombs, the setting was stunning. They had musicians playing Moroccan music at dinner who clearly had a great sense of humour as they kept slipping in odd bars from old big band or rock and roll classics done in Moroccan style . A.J. in October 2009