Right in the heart of Marrakech’s ancient medina lies Riad Kheirredine, a tranquil and luxurious 5-star property where exceptional service is the norm.
Marrakech in the winter-time is the ideal mix of sunny days for city-exploring and chilly evenings for cosy fireside suppers. Set in five acres of established gardens, Mosaic Palais Aziza & Spa is a true winter sanctuary, awash with roses and Moroccan birdsong.
Recreating the imperial splendor of Marrakech, the Royal Mansour Hotel is a splendid hotel which was included in the Robb Report’s 2011 ‘Best of the Best’ Luxury List.
A stunning spa-hotel where your relaxation will come in many forms and friendly stuff will pamper you on every step. Situated at the end of lagoon of village Oualidia it offers peace and comfort in 11 luxurious suites. At only 2h drive from Marakesh
Visitors to Morocco are certainly not short of luxury hotel options, particularly in the bustling, vibrant city of Marrakech which has seen a number of high-end hotel openings over the last couple of years.
The cool blue water flowing over the sand of the beaches is in direct contrast with the hot white sands of the desert, while the greens of fertile valleys contrast with the snow-capped Atlas Mountains. The country is romantic and mysterious and there is little
Classical and contemporary, this palatial boutique overlooks Fez. Marrakech and Tangier have long shared double billing as Morocco’s most alluring cities. In contrast, Fez, the country’s intellectual and spiritual capital, has always been respectfully admired for its architecture and its authenticity.