La Sultana - The Luxurious Sultan's Fortress of MarrakechLa Sultana  

La Sultana is the next level of riads in Marrakech. By combining five different buildings with five distinguished styles inside a Kasbah (fortress), this 28-room boutique hotel is bursting with charm and character.

Morocco's unique riads - traditional high-class mansions with common areas and private rooms - are reason enough to discover one of the most fascinating countries in Northern Africa. These multi-level buildings, often built of mud bricks, used to be the home of the wealthiest.

Richly ornamented with colorful zellij tiles, stuccos, and plants, the riads are an oasis of tranquility - especially in places like Marrakech's old medina, where the noises and smells can quickly overwhelm any first-timer to the city.

Type: Heritage   Luxury   Palace
Location: Marrakech  Morocco  Africa

Inside its grand walls, La Sultana offers many activities ranging from cooking class workshops on Moroccan cuisine to spa treatments, pool games, yoga classes, and even manicures/pedicures in its Nail Boudoir.

La Sultana Hotel St Laurent- Majorelle

The gilded copper entrance door of La Sultana has an inscription "Kan Ya Makan" (once upon a
time), just like on the door of the Mausoleum of the Saadian Princess (which is a 2-minute walk from the hotel).

La Sultana Hotel Brick-Walled Fortress

The five riads of La Sultana - Saadia, Shéhérazade, Almohades, Bahia, and the building of La Sultana Signature Spa - have a unique architectural styling designed to resemble various historical periods of Morocco.

La Sultana Hotel

From the times of Saadi Sultanate (1510 - 1659), Riad Shéhérazade represents a significant era of Morocco when art and architecture thrived when many of the country's landmark buildings were commissioned to be built by Abdallah al-Ghalib and Ahmad al-Mansur.

La Sultana Hotel Riad Shéhérazade
La Sultana Hotel Courtyard
La Sultana Hotel Riad Interior
La Sultana Hotel Seating Corner

La Table de La Sultana is the hotel's fine dining establishment, serving Moroccan and French specialties. During lunch and dinner, you can try the best of terroir cuisine, which focuses on showcasing distinct local produce. The ingredients are sourced directly from La Sultana Oualidia's organic garden and the marketplace of Marrakech.

La Sultana Hotel Restaurant

The three-striped paint around the hotel's staircase represents air, water, and fire. It's painted on tadelakt, a waterproof plaster surface commonly used in Moroccan buildings.

La Sultana Hotel Staircase
La Sultana Hotel Riad Room
La Sultana Hotel Bathroom
La Sultana Hotel Royal Bathtub
La Sultana Hotel Suite
La Sultana Hotel Luxurious Bathroom
La Sultana Hotel Luxury Suite
La Sultana Hotel Suite
La Sultana Hotel Roman Temple Bathroom
La Sultana Hotel Royal Suite
La Sultana Hotel Private Terrace with a Pool
La Sultana Hotel Hammam

La Sultana Sigature Spa

La Sultana Hotel Spa
La Sultana Hotel Spa Indoor Pool
La Sultana Hotel Poolside Breakfast

Like all of Marrakech's best riads, La Sultana has a pool in its courtyard and a sunlit rooftop terrace full of green plants where you can see as far as the Atlas Mountains on the lucky days. Baby palm trees surround the pool, and its water is heated and has a jet stream.

La Sultana Hotel Pool Loungers
La Sultana Hotel Rooftop Plants

The gorgeous green-tiled rooftop terrace is the place for the iconic Moroccan breakfasts. By the time the pleasantly scorching light of the sunrise reaches your skin, the traditionally dressed staff will deliver the food to your table.

La Sultana Hotel Rooftop Terrace

Freshly squeezed orange juice, a locally grown fruit selection, a Berber omelet, olives, pastries, and a selection of bread and cheese are only part of the complete list of what you will be getting.

Moroccan Breakfast
La Sultana Hotel Rooftop Terrace At Night With View Of A Minaret
La Sultana Hotel Billiard Game

La Sultana is in a calm spot of Marrakech, within walking distance of the busy Jemaa el-Fnaa (the market square of the medina), Saadian Tombs, the Royal Palace, and the Bahia Palace.

Jemaa el-Fnaa
403 Rue de La Kasbah, 63-67 rue Boutouille, Marrakesh 40000, Morocco