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La Sultana Marrakech in Morroco

By Brian Pho


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Here’s yet another occasion to garnish our Hotels section with a gorgeous destination. We’ve now chosen Morocco as our target, especially Marrakech. Our sense of direction lead us to La Sultana Marrakech, found in Marrakech-Tensift-El Haouz.

The award-winning resort lies in the Kasbah, the historic center of Marrakech, a throw-of-a-stick away from the historic Bahia Palace, other Royal Palaces and many of Marrakech’s famous landmarks. The Marrakech Menara Airport is just 10 minutes away as well, by car.

The gorgeous La Sultana is a concoction of swimming pools, traditional cuisine venues, contemporary amenities, superbly trimmed gardens, exquisitely appointed accommodation and colorful tile fountains, all under typical African styles. This sanctuary, even though it lies in the middle of an immensely agglomerated city, is in fact a stunning provides or tranquility and rejuvenation. And if you head up on the rooftop, the massage area found there will provide you with 360-degree all-around-views.

Accommodation-wise, La Sultana is simply astonishing. The rooms and suites are extensive providers of knowledge, good-looks, relaxation and privacy. As for the bathrooms, they mirror ancient Roman styles with emerald tiles and golden fixtures. The bedrooms themselves remind of North African designs, with local antiquities, traditional archways between rooms and hand-manufactured artworks.

La Sultana, by being very close to Moroccan landmarks, provides the chance to go on and study the local cultures, if you feel like heading out. The largest market square in Africa unveils close nearby, featuring dancers, snake charmers and all sorts of vendors. If night has come and your sole will is to get back to the resort, take note: French/Moroccan fusion dinner awaits. In the end, La Sultana Marrakech comprises a number of 28 rooms and suites, with nightly rates starting at MAD 2,900 or $341.


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About Brian Pho

Brian is a freelance writer and journalist with a passion for technology, gadgets and home innovations, a love for travel and a keen interest in anything that moves, whether it's cars, planes or yachts. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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