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Conde Nast Traveler: La Mamounia crowned “Best Hotel in the World”

Today, La Mamounia has been crowned “Best Hotel in the World” and Best Hotel in Africa by the highly respected Conde Nast Traveler magazine.

In a message, Pierre Jochem, Managing Director of La Mamounia, and all of his teams are delighted to announce this news to the whole world. “We are happy and honored to receive this ultimate honor for the third time from the readers of the prestigious Conde Nast Traveler.”

800,000 readers took part in this vote, raising La Mamounia to 1st place with a score of 99.99/100.

“The last few months have been difficult and we have nevertheless maintained the renovation of La Mamounia so that this jewel is always at the best of the experience that it offers to its customers. Receiving these distinctions is a victory with a very particular taste”, continues Pierre Jochem.

“All of this would never have been possible without the great involvement, pride and commitment of all our teams. Receiving such an award is a wonderful recognition for all of us,” adds Jochem.

All the more gratifying recognition, just three years after being awarded the World’s Best Hotel Award by Conde Nast US.

At the dawn of its centenary, it is definitely the year of La Mamounia … its General Manager received in August 2021 the Prize for the Best Hotel Manager in the World by the American magazine Monde and its recent renovation has earned it two global design awards.

These various distinctions thus reward years of perpetual research for excellence, a core value at La Mamounia.

“The readers who voted are above all demanding customers who are satisfied and loyal to La Mamounia. We thank them very much for their dedication and their renewed support,” concludes Jochem.

The Conde Nast Traveler Reader’s Choice is the most prestigious ranking in the luxury hospitality industry and is recognized worldwide as the “holy grail” of upscale hospitality.

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