For the last but not least blogpost about Marrakesh, I collected some travel tips where to eat, drink, what to see in this beautiful Moroccan city. In September I stayed eight days in Marrakesh, so to follow this up it seemed appropriate to tell you all what to expect before you visit.
La Mamounia is another “1001 Night’s Dream” Marrakech luxury hotel offering lovely gardens, a choice of four restaurants, fabulous breakfasts and Moroccan style rooms, very close to the Medina and Jemaa El Fna square.
For one week Marrakesh, we decided to stay in two hotels so the second hotel was La Mamounia, the luxury five star hotel spa in the heart of Marrakesh. After our stay at Royal Mansour where we had our private Riad, La Mamounia was a complete different experience.
“Traveler ask, not what this door is. The star that led you here is inscribed upon it. Enter here and leave behind – casting it off like a cloak – the hubbub of the outside world.” – Royal Mansour
Finally, I can share some more photos from Marrakech with you. Here in Royal Mansour‘s pink-walled labyrinth of enchanting gardens filled with beautiful plants, made me feel like I am in a “1001 Nights” dream.
Royal Mansour is a magical place sequestered within high and red-clay walls. Footpaths zigzag around fountains, lily ponds open suddenly into sun-washed expanses of bougainvillea, aromatic olive and lemon trees.
Marrakesh has always been on my must-visit places list, this September my wish came true. I have always been a fan of Moroccan architecture and Moroccan food, however visiting one of the most stunning luxury hotels in the world, was a great introduction into Marrakesh luxury lifestyle.