Marrakech's La Mamounia Offers One Million Dirham Ultimate Experience Package
For the first time, the hotel is offering anyone who can afford the million dirhams a chance to experience the resort like an A-lister with their new "Ultimate Experience Package." The trip begins with private jet transport from any European city within a three hour flight time of Marrakech. Arriving guests will be met at the airport by private Jaguar transport back to the resort.
Upon arrival, guests will be whisked away their own private Riad, a three-bedroom villa with a Moroccan salon, private terrace and ozone swimming pool nestled in the heart of the resort's historic gardens. Naturally, these accommodations feature 24 hour butler service. That evening, enjoy a private wine tasting with La Mamounia's Chief Sommelier, followed by a bespoke gastronomic menu accompanied by carefully selected fine wines, a Champagne breakfast served ensuite or on the Riad's private terrace is also included.
The next day, enjoy a helicopter tour of the beauty of the Moroccan landscape and Atlas mountains. At an undisclosed location, somewhere in the heart of the desert and a carefully-guarded La Mamounia secret, will be a full service luxury "bivouac" shelter exclusively available to select guests. Upon return to La Mamounia, indulge in the spa's private area with deluxe treatments including massage and Hammam. Afterward, it's time to raise the roof La Mamounia style, embarking on a journey led by La Mamounia's Chief Mixologist taking guests on a flavor discovery tour serving champagne with edelweiss cocktails, saffron-infused vodka, as well as creating personalized cocktails for each guest. Follow that with an a la carte dinner at L'Italien or Le Marocain at La Mamounia and a private Jazz recital in your Riad.
On the last morning, guests will be driven to a unique location in the city of Marrakech where well known local artists will provide a private presentation of their latest collections.
Ready to book? (So are we). The package is available on a limited basis from February 15th through May 31st, or September 15th through December 22nd, 2011. What will one million dirham set you back? At last count, approximately $122,629.