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Oualidia, the best Moroccan Beach by ELLE Magazine

19-09-2019
Morocco Beaches: From Lagoons And Wildlife, Through To Safety, Experts Give Their Best AdviceOur Morocco travel experts reveal their favouritesArticle pubished in ELLE written by SUSAN WARD DAVIESOnly three and a half hours’ flight away and with day time temperatures up in the mid 20s most of the winter, and still hitting the 30s all through the autumn, Morocco is our go-to place for a blast of sun, sea and surf just
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Morocco Beaches: From Lagoons And Wildlife, Through To Safety, Experts Give Their Best Advice

Our Morocco travel experts reveal their favourites

Article pubished in ELLE written by SUSAN WARD DAVIES

Only three and a half hours’ flight away and with day time temperatures up in the mid 20s most of the winter, and still hitting the 30s all through the autumn, Morocco is our go-to place for a blast of sun, sea and surf just as it starts getting wet and miserable back home.

But when it comes to beaches in Morocco, you need to choose wisely- there are so many different factors to consider. Are the waves too rough and wild to swim, or too tame to surf? Is it safe for women to sunbathe alone on them without getting hassled? Are the beaches easy or tricky to get to? Is there somewhere really cool to stay nearby? The places we have listed we think tick all the right boxes. We love small, individual, boutique hotels - each with something special about them: food, design, location ... and ideally within sight and sound of the waves. We also like our beaches wild and natural, with as few people on them as possible, unless they are surfers, that is : nothing beats watching a true surfing pro twisting and turning and tunnelling through the pounding breakers.

But don't just take our word for it. We’ve rounded up a panel of Moroccan travel experts from shoot producers, to Moroccan designers, to adventure travel specialists - to give you the insider lowdown on their favourite, off-the-beaten track places along the coast, as well as the very best places to stay and how to get there.

Number 1

BEACH: Oualidia

view of Oualidia beach, Morocco

WHO?

Max Lawrence, former shoot producer and Marketing Director of Hotel Les Deux Tours, Marrakech

WHAT'S IT LIKE?

Set between Casablanca and Essaouira, Oualidia has an 11 km long lagoon with a tide that means the sand bars change throughout the day. It’s incredibly beautiful, full of wonderful wildlife including migratory birds such as pink flamingoes. The oysters are amazing and there is a great surf school there to get you out in the water.

HOW TO GET THERE

It’s around three hours drive north west of Marrakech (via Safi).

SWIM OR SURF ?

It's safe for swimming inside and outside of the lagoon and a perfect place to learn to surf, as the waves (and the currents) are not strong here.

SAFE FOR WOMEN?

Yes.

Link to full article: https://www.elle.com/uk/life-and-culture/travel/g28981416/morocco-beaches/

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In the Top 10 spa in Marrakech for traditional treatments with a dose of luxury

19-09-2019
The Spa of La Sultana Marrakech is included in the Top 10 Spa of the city for traditional treatments with a dose of luxury.Article by Paula Hardy in The Telegraph TravelSteam cleaned, smothered in mud and scrubbed up: what sounds like naughty playground behaviour is actually a glorious Moroccan hammam. Keeping your skin fresh and dewy this close to the Sahara requires extreme measures, and Berbers have stuck to more or less the same
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The Spa of La Sultana Marrakech is included in the Top 10 Spa of the city for traditional treatments with a dose of luxury.

Article by Paula Hardy in The Telegraph Travel

Steam cleaned, smothered in mud and scrubbed up: what sounds like naughty playground behaviour is actually a glorious Moroccan hammam. Keeping your skin fresh and dewy this close to the Sahara requires extreme measures, and Berbers have stuck to more or less the same beauty regime for centuries – steam cleansing in a hammam, followed by a thorough exfoliation, a mud mask made of dried roses and a coating of emollient argan oil. Sample some of the best traditional treatments at the best spa hotels in Marrakech.

At La Sultana Marrakech, the five riads are all decorated in a different style signifying various historic periods, from pale pink Riad Scheherazade which drips with intricate stucco work and fine zellij tiling typical of the Saadian era, to the jewel-coloured Riad Saadia, clad in carved cedarwood. La Sultana’s staff rank among the finest purveyors of hospitality in the city. Doing this is harder than it looks when there is such an array of facilities to manage, including a pool, solarium with sun beds and service, and a pink-hued spa with bathing pools set amid a colonnaded hammam which conjures visions of Cleopatra at bath time.

For more information, browse the Spa menu https://www.lasultanahotels.com/pdfs/La-Sultana-Hotels-Brochure-Spa-2.pdf

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After Marrakech, Go to Oualidia, the Montauk of Morocco BY VOGUE USA

04-02-2019
We are thrilled to share another VOGUE article about Oualidia written by LANE NIESET "On the two-hour drive from the Casablanca airport, the landscape doesn’t change much. Not that I’m complaining. There’s something otherworldly about Morocco’s sea of caramel-colored sand dunes. The driver takes a quick right turn and starts off-roading, weaving around rocks on a narrow dirt path. When he suddenly stops, I blink my jetlagged
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We are thrilled to share another VOGUE article about Oualidia written by LANE NIESET

"On the two-hour drive from the Casablanca airport, the landscape doesn’t change much. Not that I’m complaining. There’s something otherworldly about Morocco’s sea of caramel-colored sand dunes. The driver takes a quick right turn and starts off-roading, weaving around rocks on a narrow dirt path. When he suddenly stops, I blink my jetlagged eyes. A Moorish, stone-covered fort—the village’s only luxury hotel, palace-style La Sultana Oualidia—stands guard in front of a lagoon, the sea roaring with foam-topped waves in the distance.

I’d heard whispers about Oualidia but had yet to meet anyone who had actually visited the village. Bordered by the Atlantic Ocean on one side and a saltwater lagoon on the other, Oualidia is a paradise of pink flamingos and oyster farms—the place locals gather for straight-from-the-sea shellfish (making it known as Morocco's oyster capital) and a glass of crisp, Moroccan white wine. In the 1940s, King Mohammed V built his summer palace along the water, decreeing Morocco’s first royal beach. The palace is now empty, but guards still protect the royal ruins, which blend in amongst the villas that dot the rust-red cliffs.

“For Moroccans, Oualidia is the high-end seaside destination that used to be home to the royal family, and since then, many wealthy families have followed,” explains La Sultana Oualidia’s head concierge, Nabil. Just as Saint-Tropez draws jetsetters each summer, chic Marrakshis and Casablancais still mimic the royals in August, descending on the under-the-radar surf town that’s quickly becoming the Montauk of Morocco. It’s one of the country’s best-kept surf secrets (the current king’s kids even come here to surf)—and since temperatures never dip below 64 degrees, you can hit the waves year-round.

It’s early November and there’s a slight chill in the air as we step on the motorboat and whisk across the lagoon to Surfland, a Quiksilver-sponsored surf camp started in the 1990s, where many of Morocco’s pros train, and where masters like Tom Carroll and Ross Clarke-Jones come to surf. “The site remains preserved from the masses of surfers, compared to spots in the south like Imsouane or Taghazout, where it's overcrowded,” says Surfland’s founder, Laurent Miramon. “The advantage of Oualidia is the bay, which is like a natural wave garden; whatever the size of the swell, you are guaranteed surf every day.”

We zip up our wetsuits and jump back on the boat, heading to a beginner-friendly spot in the center of the lagoon. Glancing at the waves crashing against the portal of pale rocks opening to the sea in the distance, I take a second to shake off my nerves before the instructor gently glides my board through the clear-as-glass water, shouting an encouraging “Allez!” Go!

Waves roll slowly, offering beginners plenty of opportunities to practice rising to their feet and riding to shore, while more advanced surfers cross over into the Atlantic, vying for a place at famous surf spot “Les Tomates,” named after the neighboring tomato farm. In spring and fall, birdwatchers flock to the lagoon and its salt marshes (a natural reserve) on boat safaris to see over 400 species, from white egrets to pink flamingoes that make the migration on the east-Atlantic route.

Red-and-green-painted fishing boats bob on the water as we cruise around the crescent-shaped lagoon to another one of its claims-to-fame: oysters. Modest, whitewashed buildings outfitted with Tiffany blue-colored shutters line the shore, housing restaurants and oyster farms. Seven farms drive the region’s oyster production, one of the most famous being Maison de l’Ostréa, which produces 200 tons of shellfish per year.

There’s more to Oualidia than oysters, Nabil is quick to remind us as we hike across a sandy dune where a photoshoot-worthy picnic sits tucked beneath honey-colored cliffs. Rattan-topped stools and a white-tableclothed table greet us under a tent supported solely by sticks, a beachfront version of a Bedouin camp. La Sultana Oualidia’s culinary team, meanwhile, is prepping a seaside barbecue worthy of a royal reception. First to arrive: platters of freshly shucked oysters, sourced from the neighboring farms we just visited. Next, the cook presents spider crabs the size of coconuts, so large they are nearly double the width of his palm. A light, floral white wine from Val d’Argan, near the port town of Essaouira where camels plow the organic vines, pairs perfectly with the briny oysters, leaving us with a nice midday buzz.

While Essaouira’s UNESCO-listed medina (whose 18th-century ramparts form the backdrop of Astapor, the Red City in Game of Thrones) and beach resorts may be a more common pairing with Marrakech, Oualidia’s noticeable lack of hotels is part of the village’s charm. Besides La Sultana Oualidia, the family-run L’Hippocampe (now managed by the owner’s son) offers 23 contemporary rooms that feel like a laid-back beach bungalow (think beautifully tiled terraces overlooking the lagoon). On Saturdays, visitors make the trek by donkey carriage to the weekly souk, or market. Others head off in search of another treasure—traditional pottery—hand-crafted in the fishing port town of Safi, the “land of potters,” located an hour’s drive from Oualidia (and a popular surf spot for its wave dubbed “The Garden”—Morocco’s most powerful tube wave—which many consider to be the best in Africa).

Once you wrap up a day on the waves, soothe your muscles in the Sultana’s cathedral-inspired spa composed entirely of stone. Morocco is the land of argan oil (you can buy some of the purest right from the pharmacy, or herboriste), which works wonders for everything from your hair to your skin, especially when applied in massage form after a full-body scrub in a hammam, Morocco’s answer to the Turkish bath. After taking part in this traditional ritual, I strolled down a lantern-lined path to the sand as the sun started to set over the lagoon. Just when I thought there couldn’t be a scene more picturesque, I stumbled upon my dinner “table” that evening: hand-weaved carpets sprawled across the sand under a Berber tent, where wicker baskets held another Moroccan tradition, tajine."

Article de VOGUE USA, lien de l'article: ici

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Why Marrakech is a Can't-Miss Hot Spots For December

27-11-2018
Marrakech, Morocco There are many benefits of visiting Marrakech in December. It's the off-season, so that means a drop in hotel and airfare prices, fewer crowds, and cooler weather. From Nov. 30 to Dec. 8, visitors can get a glimpse of the annual Marrakech International Film Festival that's held in the city every year. Stay at the luxury five-star La Sultana Marrakech and spend Christmas or New
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Marrakech, Morocco

There are many benefits of visiting Marrakech in December.

It's the off-season, so that means a drop in hotel and airfare prices, fewer crowds, and cooler weather. From Nov. 30 to Dec. 8, visitors can get a glimpse of the annual Marrakech International Film Festival that's held in the city every year.

Stay at the luxury five-star La Sultana Marrakech and spend Christmas or New Year's Eve gathering for dinner in a traditional berber tent. La Sultana offers guests an exclusive package that takes them to the fairly new Yves Saint Laurent museum and Majorelle gardens, two sites not to be missed this December.

Article de Popsugar living, lien de l'article: ici

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Inspiring Magical Experiences at La Sultana

23-11-2018
INSPIRING MAGICAL EXPERIENCES   Celebrate in style with La Sultana festive-fairy program, enjoying a palette of luxurious and bespoke experiences.  Discover all the exciting events, from a tailor-made family Christmas evening to the celebration of New Year’s Eve in a festive atmosphere with music and joie de vivre. From the 1st of December, let's share the joy of spending Christmas with your loved ones in the
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INSPIRING MAGICAL EXPERIENCES  

Celebrate in style with La Sultana festive-fairy program, enjoying a palette of luxurious and bespoke experiences. 

Discover all the exciting events, from a tailor-made family Christmas evening to the celebration of New Year’s Eve in a festive atmosphere with music and joie de vivre.

From the 1st of December, let's share the joy of spending Christmas with your loved ones in the Oriental fairy of The Three Kings settling from the Desert to the lush patios of La Sultana. A selection of the best Christmas decorations will be available for sale at the boutique corner.

On December 24th, start your evening with a Moroccan story-telling session and tailor your Christmas with a Surprise menu elaborated with the Chef and order your traditional Yule Log cake.

Something is missing? Order your decorated Christmas tree in room!

Program available for download: www.lasultanahotels.com/pdfs/Programme-Noel-Nouvel-An-2018.pdf

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Why Oualidia, Morocco Should Be on Your Honeymoon Radar This Year?

07-10-2018
We are thrilled to share Brides article about Oualidia follwoing Dan Koday stay at La Sultana Oualidia earlier this year: Why Oualidia, Morocco Should Be on Your Honeymoon Radar This Year? by BRIDES USA Moroccan charm + the beach = what could be better?  "When you think of the North African country of Morocco, booming cities like Marrakesh and Fes probably come to mind—along with sights and smells of
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We are thrilled to share Brides article about Oualidia follwoing Dan Koday stay at La Sultana Oualidia earlier this year:

Why Oualidia, Morocco Should Be on Your Honeymoon Radar This Year? by BRIDES USA

Moroccan charm + the beach = what could be better? 

"When you think of the North African country of Morocco, booming cities like Marrakesh and Fes probably come to mind—along with sights and smells of souks overflowing with treasures—but there’s one often overlooked coastal village that’s ideal for a romantic getaway for two, and that’s Oualidia.

This lagoon-shaped habitat is nestled in between El Jadida and Safi and offers plenty of charm and beauty for newlyweds seeking a unique escape, given its protected natural habitat and Mediterranean weather. It’s also commonly referred to as Morocco’s “oyster capital,” so you can expect to feast on shellfish 24/7 while visiting.

How to get there:

Oualidia is about two and a half hours from Marrakech and two hours from Casablanca by car, so driving to the town from either the international Marrakech Menara Airport or the Casablanca Airport is the easiest way to go. (And the scenic drive will definitely provide lots of ample opportunities for Instagramming your travels.)

Where to stay:

La Sultana Oualidia. As one of the small luxury hotels of the world (with only 12 rooms and suites available for guests), checking into this boutique gem is somewhat like living an Arabian dream—complete with flocks of pink flamingos everywhere. Not only is it stunning and isolated off the beaten path, but they offer everything lovebirds could want or need: Intimate terraces with outdoor Jacuzzis, sweeping views of the sea, an abundance of adventure and wellness activities like beach hikes, paddle boarding, surfing, bird watching safaris, and fat biking, and a tranquil setting at the edge of the Atlantic. They also provide several honeymoon and romance package options, which consist of welcome glasses of champagne, drawn bubble baths with rose petals, and spa treatments and a “Royal Hammam” just for you and bae.
 

Where to eat:

If you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind dining experience, look no further than La Sultana’s Berber Tent that’s perched in the sand pop-up style with exotic tapestries and ottomans fit for luxe beachside picnic. You’ll savor specialties like sea-perch in a salt crust, lobster, bouillabaisse, grilled meats and vegetarian dishes soured from the onsite garden for an unforgettable meal. Other nearby options for casual fare include the relaxed L'Initiale Hotel-Restaurant—which also has very affordable prices—and Ostréa II for seafood platters and oysters served a myriad of delicious ways."

Article de Brides USA, lien de l'article: ici

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Marrakech One of the Travel Destinations That Will Be Huge in 2019

14-09-2018
It seems each year brings a destination de rigueur, and PureWow have got some predictions on what’s next with Marrakech in the Top 9. How they decide? A little bit of trend data from Google Flights and Hotel Search, plus carefully scouring the globe for what’s generally great—from budget to luxury and adventure. They shortlisted nine cities to dog-ear for 2019 and Marrakech is one of them. Where to
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It seems each year brings a destination de rigueur, and PureWow have got some predictions on what’s next with Marrakech in the Top 9.

How they decide? A little bit of trend data from Google Flights and Hotel Search, plus carefully scouring the globe for what’s generally great—from budget to luxury and adventure. They shortlisted nine cities to dog-ear for 2019 and Marrakech is one of them.

Where to stay: La Sultana, a luxurious and intimate respite from all the craziness—complete with its heated outdoor swimming pool.

A trip to Marrakech is not for the faint of heart. To fully enjoy it, you’ll need to embrace the chaos that is the Red City. The historic city center—or Medina of Marrakech—is a walled, medieval city dating back to the 11th century and the Berber Empire. Get lost wandering its tangle of colorful alleyways, stopping to shop at the lively souks (markets) and bazaars. Other must-visit sites include the Koutoubia Mosque and the Bahia Palace. Temps can be brutally hot in the summer months, so consider planning your visit during the shoulder seasons of March to May or between September and November.

DAN KODAY for PureWow

 
 Read full article here: https://www.purewow.com/travel/popular-2019-travel-destinations 

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Atlantic Fishing Excursion at La Sultana Oualidia

15-06-2018
Experience the beauty of Morocco’s secret ocean retreat and make it a true moment of shared memories for the perfect Father’s day gift… La Sultana Oualidia offers guests a veritable treasure trove of activities (surfing, fishing, paddle boarding, Fat biking etc..) perfect for all to immerse themselves in a true yet singular Moroccan journey for travelers looking for Culture, Adrenaline, Relaxing, Epicurean and
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Experience the beauty of Morocco’s secret ocean retreat and make it a true moment of shared memories for the perfect Father’s day gift…

La Sultana Oualidia offers guests a veritable treasure trove of activities (surfing, fishing, paddle boarding, Fat biking etc..) perfect for all to immerse themselves in a true yet singular Moroccan journey for travelers looking for Culture, Adrenaline, Relaxing, Epicurean and Discovery.
Enjoy a peaceful luxury resort of 12 rooms offering the intimacy of a smaller hotel with luxury facilities and unparalleled one-to-one service and experiences.
Morocco’s coastline is renowned as one of the richest fish areas of the Atlantic Ocean and the setting of Oualidia’s lagoon offers diverse fishing types from the beach, the cliffs or from a small boat.
Wake up with the sun and meet your professional fishing guide who will share with you his best advice to catch plenty of fish.
 
Ocean side:
Types of fishing: Surf Casting, Cliff fishing
Types of fish: Gilthead bream, Sea bass, Sea bream, Striped sea bream, Squid, Conger eel, Drum, Bogue
 
Lagoon side:
Types of fishing: Fishing from a small boat
Types of fish: Black Seabream, Saddled seabream, Grey triggerfish, Moray eel, Scorpionfish, Goatfish, Mullet, Salema porgy.
 
The fishing excursion includes:
- Transfers from and to the hotel from the jetty or from the beach nearby
- A snack in accordance with the excursion timing
- Full equipment inclusive of Mitchell fishing rods
- Professional fishing guide
 
We recommend our guests to take their camera, a hat, sunglasses, waterproof coat and waterproof sun lotion.

ATLANTIC FISHING EXCURSION Surf casting, Cliff fishing & small boat fishing
From 550 MAD per person half day

 


Relax, Rejuvenate, Repeat at La Sultana Marrakech

18-05-2018
Treat yourself to a couple of days of indulgence and pampering and make it a true moment of shared memories…   Discover our new Mother & Daughter Spa experience for a great occasion to get together with 30 minutes back massage and classic manucure (or pedicure) for one and a Junior Massage and Pretty feets & hands for the other.   Package at 1500 MAD for two (duration about 1 hour and 30 minutes)   Discover
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Treat yourself to a couple of days of indulgence and pampering and make it a true moment of shared memories…
 
Discover our new Mother & Daughter Spa experience for a great occasion to get together with 30 minutes back massage and classic manucure (or pedicure) for one and a Junior Massage and Pretty feets & hands for the other.
 
Package at 1500 MAD for two (duration about 1 hour and 30 minutes)

 
Discover our Spa menu for other authentic treatments and new junior options here.

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8 Luxury Spas To Add To Your Bucket List by VOGUE

23-02-2018
Honored the Spa of La Sultana Marrakech be listed amongst the "8 Luxury Spas To Add To Your Bucket List" by VOGUE. Let's plan a Spring Pamper and read their review. The Hidden Gem La Sultana Spa, Marrakech Marrakech’s treasures are hidden behind unassuming doors. Nestled in the heart of the Medina, La Sultana offers the most intimate of deluxe properties in the city. Truly authentic to its heritage
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Honored the Spa of La Sultana Marrakech be listed amongst the "8 Luxury Spas To Add To Your Bucket List" by VOGUE. Let's plan a Spring Pamper and read their review.

The Hidden Gem

La Sultana Spa, Marrakech

Marrakech’s treasures are hidden behind unassuming doors. Nestled in the heart of the Medina, La Sultana offers the most intimate of deluxe properties in the city. Truly authentic to its heritage – from the rooms to the spa – it transports guests to another time. A maze of corridors leads to courtyards, each its own paradise. Trees are laden with fruit, a lap pool is surrounded by hanging bougainvillea, and a single fountain trickles, the drips rhythmically echoing throughout the building. The spa is small in size – as if you’re stepping onto a movie set – but big in character. The fire-heated space is lined with treatment rooms, where therapists work with local ingredients like argan, orange blossom, prickly pear, and rose oil and draw upon techniques passed down from generations. The spa’s special showers spray every part of your body simultaneously, so after an exfoliating black soap all-over scrub, you benefit from the healing power of water. Lasultanahotels.com

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