Stores

La Boutique
Mamounia

Date-scented candles, tableware, accessories and souvenirs: La Mamounia’s shop showcases a curated, multifaceted and sometimes surprising selection that combines crafts with fashion and fine objects.

La Mamounia enthusiasts will delight in the Maison Fragonard fragrance created specially for the hotel, as well as the complimentary amenities suffused with citrus fruits from our gardens.

As a gift to others or yourself, the shop stocks graphic leather goods crafted by Barbara Rihl, and Orenzo vegetal and organic metal sculptures (of which the cacti detail the park). Gourmets will gravitate to the delicatessen, which stocks olive oil and marmalade made from the olive trees and citrus fruits in our centuries-old gardens. Golfers can find golf balls and sun protection in the form of lovely traditional Panama hats. An essential shopping stop in Marrakesh.

La sélection des produits phares de La Mamounia

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130 macarons

130 macarons

130 macarons

130 macarons

130 macarons

130 macarons

130 macarons

130 macarons

130 macarons

130 macarons

130 macarons

130 macarons

130 macarons

Paiements sécurisés

Livraison fiable

Retours faciles et rapides

Expédition sous 48h

Le Kiosque à fleurs

Extend the magic of La Mamounia at home: located at the hotel entrance, the Flower Kiosk boasts a wide array of flowers straight from our gardens.

Our florists are there to help you arrange bouquets with the right colours, shapes and scents for the occasion or person you wish to treat.

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Pierre Hermé
Paris

The brand’s first outlet in Africa, Pierre Hermé Paris’s luxury patisserie at La Mamounia boasts a refined combination of colours and flavours in a bright atmosphere that tempts the taste buds. Sculpted plaster ceiling, gold-toned counters and pops of colour: the chef claims that this boutique is one of his favourites. In this boudoir dedicated to sweet delights, the chef (voted Best Pastry Chef in the World in 2016) presents his iconic signature desserts. A myriad macarons, chocolate delights, Ispahan and millefeuilles tower alongside the great classics of Moroccan pastry, which he revisits with a creative twist and interprets in his own way.

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