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Rose Sultan
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Reviewed January 7, 2011

What a stay! These are the most fantastic three days I spent in Marrakech. I have already been 3 times to the Red city and this time was the best one.

Excellent Moroccan food, warm and extremely good service, we felt at home. The owner is very helpful and makes you feel your are in your private palace.

The garden and the pool are delightful and the view on the snowy mountains is awesome

Next time I will rent the whole place to celebrate my birthday with friends. Many thanks to the whole team.

  • Stayed: December 2010, traveled as a couple
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Thank Meydee
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Reviewed January 7, 2011

Had the good fortune to visit Marrakesh and Rose Sultan in November. Loved every bit of Rose Sultan - the Suite was perfect, lots of lovely touches and beautiful architecture. Spent our days by the pool . Sunset and evening on the lawn lounging with cocktails overlooking the central pool was like a dream come true!
The staff were unbelievably attentive and the food was out of this world - better than any restaurants we ate in within Marrakech itself.
Bath products are amazingly refreshing and smell rose and rosemary!
The massage was very high quality. Nice essential oil jacuzzi bath but unfortunately too small for a couple.
Nice location in front of the Atlas Mountains, 15 minutes far from the hectic Place Jemaa El Fna.
The owner, Majid was very helpful and recommended nice places to visit.
I will come back.

  • Stayed: November 2010, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Julialefleur
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Reviewed January 6, 2011

We stayed in this hotel beginning of November 2010. I can confirm all the previous comments, it is a wonderfull hotel and an oasis in the middle of marrakech. The ambiance, decor, food and more importantly staff were of such excellent standards.
The interior perfumes of rose and jasmine are throughout the hotel. delightful. Attention to detail is evident everywhere, the facility to order breakfast or meals at any time tin your Suite or in the common area makes you feel at home.
I also tried the massage, it was a high standard.
Would we return Rose Sultan? Yes very much so. It was wonderfully romantic, calming and relaxing, more than we ever expected.

Stayed: November 2010, traveled as a couple
1  Thank Berkie2
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Reviewed January 5, 2011

This is a world class Boutique hotel. We stayed in a Deluxe room, the Amber Queen, and spent 4 nights here. The restaurant is amazing, excellent Moroccan food and rose recipes, the gardens are gorgeous, and the room appointments, all unique, are gorgeous...a wonderful retreat from the busy streets of Marrakesh. This hotel is especially well suited for mid sized groups. We were sixteen people all, and they were wonderfully accommodating to us, especially at meals. The manager and the waiters are very helpful. This can't be anything other than the best hotel in Marrakesh.

  • Stayed: December 2010, traveled as a couple
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Thank sophia-de-Conti
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Reviewed January 5, 2011

In the land of the but, you have great architecture and a wonderful view on the Atlas from the pool, but the said pool is not heated; at 15 degrees during the winter months, you’ll develop a healthy resistance to hypothermia.
Rooms are nice, beds pleasantly firm, but the plumbing is clunky and antique, while waiting for hot water will test your patience.
The hammam is (apparently) nice, but broken.
The main dishes are often very good (if modestly served), but deserts are unfailingly disappointing (at least the cook is not to blame, they’re bought outside).
Staff is helpful and genuinely kind, but the boss, while never faulted on his unctuous politeness, has the empathy of an oyster.

Rose Sultan is positioning itself as a Boutique Hotel. At the moment however, while you definitely get the “boutique”, or even the souk side (you have to haggle and negotiate for each details), the hotel side feels grossly neglected. Running a hotel is a proper business; it relies on two talents almost entirely absent here. Firstly, attention to details. When you target the luxury segment (and price accordingly), you just have to provide soap and shampoo in your rooms. You absolutely cannot serve industrial ice cream for desert when you charge 60€ per person for lunch and dinner, especially considering it’s four times the average salary in Morocco (at 15€ a month). You can’t serve entry price crisps (and nothing else) with drinks while traditional Moroccan appetisers are both superb and very cheap. Secondly, client empathy. Five year old kids don’t eat spicy food. When you accommodate a group of 20 friends who flew from 5 different countries to gather, you can’t spread them on small lunch tables fit for 4 people. In short, in the hotel business you accommodate your services to people’s need, not the other way round.

Rose Sultan is a place you’d love to love, but which betrays its potential because it is simply not run like a professional hospitality venture.

  • Stayed: December 2010, traveled with friends
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Thank Maroule
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