Hi guys! Hope you´re doing well. When you are in Marrakech and have the chance to visit La Mamounia, you should! It is the most stunning and extraordinary hotel in Marrakech. The impressive Islamic architecture extenuates the hotel’s beauty. We were not even 2 minutes inside and we already fell for the craved marble columns and mosaic patterns all over the lobby ❤ It all got even better: upon arriving, we were treated with a traditional Moroccan welcome: a cold glass of a very tasty almond milk and a platter of dates, the best combination of tastes! We were showed around the hotel by lovely Fatim, who also told us the whole story about La Mamounia, and we loved it! What a nice way to start and also to discover all the pretty spots, which you will normally not find by just walking around. So thanks for that!
After the tour it was pretty much time for some lunch at the poolbar. The service at the lunch was outstanding, couldn´t have imagined it any better. Our waiter also helped us taking some lovely pictures, by putting us at the best table, and assisting as while standing on the chairs to get the best shot. So kind! It was a buffet, and it was really spectaculair. The food is really good, full of flavor, interesting and most importantly, DELICIOUS ❤ Of course, we had too much food, since we wanted to try everything! That didn’t work out, haha, there was too much choice, even for us. Again, by the time we were ready with taking some pics of the lunch, our dishes were cold, #lifeofablogger, but still tasted amazing. One cool thing about the food at La Mamounia, is that they harvest all the fruits and vegetables they use in their dishes. This way, you know it’s of the best quality and it is such a nice thing to know.
When walking around in the garden of the hotel, you can get lost, so be prepared for that. It´s HUGE! We just love it. After walking around the garden and after having lunch is was time to hang out at the pool for some hours and enjoy the last sun. It was wonderful and we can do that pretty much every single day. You should check them out on: http://www.mamounia.com