Leave it to the Royal Mansour, the opulent Marrakech resort owned by the King of Morocco, to organize the ultimate adventure to the oceanfront city of Essaouira. Long considered one of the best anchorages of the Moroccan coast, Essaouira is an ancient port once settled by the Carthaginians, Romans, and then Portuguese. It's a marvelous mixmash of archeological treasures-- its medina is a UNESCO World Heritage listed site-- in a beautiful setting. The Royal Mansour Marrakech, home to a restaurant by Michelin-starred chef Yannick Alléno, will fly you by helicopter to Essaouira where you'll be driven to the town of Ounagha for a wine tasting at "Val d’Argan," a French-owned winery. To cap off a dazzling day, you'll be served an extravagant lobster dinner under a Bedouin tent on the beach at Sidi Kaouki.
Dar Ayniwen Villa Hotel, a sanctuary of peace and tranquillity in its 5 acres park, is at last revealed in all its splendour. Built as the owner's family home, after 20 years a house with seven bedrooms became too big and the... more >>
** This property was recently re-named the Rose Garden Hotel and Spa ** Founded nearly a thousand years ago, Marrakech is Morocco's most vibrant and exotic city with its rose-colored earthen buildings, wealth of monuments, and... more >>