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I have no problem to pay the fair price for superior wines, but to pay 4 times the usual amount paid in the best restaurants worldwide is quite unfair.
Food is ok : the same that you can have in ordinary restaurants in the cosmopolitan...More
There is no doubt about this being the best hotel in Marrakesh and probably Morocco. Luxury is everywhere. The whole place is opulent in every aspect, from restaurants to rooms and hotel lobbies. Spacious rooms and a marvellous spa center complete the package of this...More
A most beautiful setting but although our party ordered specialities of the house (tagine), we all found it rather dry and not as good as others in less renowned restaurants.
Food apart, the belly dancers and atmosphere were excellent.
Outstanding hotel to perfection includes the highest possible services and food. The breakfast is out of this world and something you shouldn’t miss. All comes at very high price, but it is a once in a lifetime experience!
I was in La Mamounia hotel last month for a 3 days conference and got a terrible food poisoning there. I was having lunch and dinner there every day and got food poisoned that kept me sick for 9 days. This might be accidental for...More
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I felt safe there as an American woman, at times shopping in the souks with just my 13 yr old daughter. We also had a guide at different points & we're grateful for that at different points when we were within the... More
I felt safe there as an American woman, at times shopping in the souks with just my 13 yr old daughter. We also had a guide at different points & we're grateful for that at different points when we were within the labyrinthine alleys of the Medina, the old city. I didn't feel threatened by terrorist fears & found the Moroccan people, who speak French & Arabic for the most part hospitable & kind. We had a wonderful guide, Youssef Kharroubi, whom I also reviewed for Trip Advisor. I loved it & would go back.