As if you needed further proof of Marrakech's status as a global capital of hotel cool: Park Hyatt is opening a property there in 2012. (This is the hotel brand that scored top honors with Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme- recently named by the French government as one of just eight "palace" hotels in France.) Located within the within the Al Maaden Golf Resort, the Park Hyatt Marrakech Al Maaden will have rooms with views of both the Atlas Mountains and the 18-hole golf course, created by award-winning golf course designer Kyle Phillips in the style of a classic Moroccan garden. Top digs: Each of the 45 villas will have a living room, dining room, fireplace and pool. Ooh la la!
After a three-year, $176 million makeover, the Mamounia is reborn, more beautiful, more sumptuous, and more magical than ever before.
Today, more than ever, La Mamounia offers an outstanding sensory experience, surpassing the... more >>
Amanjena ("peaceful paradise") is the first Amanresort on the African continent. The resort's 32 pavilions, six, two-storey maisons
and largest accommodation, the Al-Hamra Maison, are set within an oasis of palms and mature... more >>
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 >>
Ksar Char-Bagh has been inspired by the 14th century Moorish architecture. The courtyard is an homage to this style and art of life -
carved plasters, marbles, murmuring water and perfumed scents. Inside and outside, running... more >>
Set in nine landscaped acres within a private estate, Jnane Tamsna offers a total of 24 ensuite bedrooms spread over three properties; Jnane House, Jnane Moussafir, and Jnane Salmia. There are two large and two small meeting... more >>