November 14, 2013

La Maison Arabe Marrakech, Morocco

Since opening in 1946, La Maison Arabe has achieved a legendary status in Marrakech. Ideally situated in the medina, the hotel includes 26 rooms and suites, most with private terraces and fireplaces, 3 restaurants, a piano bar, a world-famous cooking school (open to guests staying at the hotel or elsewhere in town) as well as a new spa including a traditional hammam, where natural products from the region of Marrakech are used.

Guests at La Maison Arabe have a choice of swimming pools. One can relax at either the heated pool in the hotel's garden patio, or at the pool located at spectacular Country Club, 15 minutes away by complimentary shuttle.

Walking through the hotel's flower-filled patios, one can admire the traditional Moroccan craftsmanship (tadelakt walls, chiseled plaster, cedar wood ceilings) that has created a refined, exotic and serene atmosphere for the guests.

Guests at La Maison Arabe have a choice of two swimming pools. A large (15m x 6m) pool, heated in winter, is located at the hotel in the medina, in a patio planted with olive trees and roses, with plenty of room for sunbathing. An even larger pool (18m x 7m) is a highlight of Country Club, located only 15 minutes away by a complimentary hotel shuttle. In this luxuriant garden setting, away from the hustle and bustle of the city, one can lunch at our restaurant, 'Le figuier', or relax after a morning at one of the three neighboring 27-hole golf courses.

Each of the 12 rooms and 14 suites, most with fireplace and private terrace, is unique in layout and refined decoration. All are air conditioned and centrally heated, and include a mini-bar, safe, satellite television and WIFI internet access. The bathrooms, designed using Moroccan marble and granite, are at the highest level of international luxury hotel standards. 

Le Restaurant at La Maison Arabe is open to hotel guests and other travelers in Marrakech seeking a unique and refined dining experience.

One dines underneath a sumptuous, handpainted zouaké ceiling, surrounded by walls finished in warm-toned tadelakt, and a flower-filled patio with fountains. Dinner is accompanied by arab-andalusian music played on lute and guitar.

The menu is exclusively Moroccan, without being heavy. One can choose from traditional dishes and delicious specialties of La Maison Arabe.


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