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Villa in Marrakech
Villa Zin
Relish the lush serenity of a private oasis in this exquisite Moroccan villa near Marrakech. Nestled amid expansive gardens, olive groves, and stately palms yielding to Atlas Mountain vistas, the villa's alfresco living spaces set an enchanting stage for wedding receptions, special events, or intimate gatherings with loved ones. Eight bedroom suites, oustanding spa faciliites, and 800 square meters of interior living space accommodate parties of sixteen, with two stand-alone guesthouses offering privacy to couples or small families. Situated along the prestigious Route Amizmiz, Villa Zin is an easy drive from the splendors of central Marrakech and some of the country's finest golf courses. The 12,000-square-meter estate revolves around a lagoon-like swimming set between two alfresco dining areas. One features a long table and ample lounge beneath a rustic palm pavilion with gorgeous hanging lanterns and a charming dinner bell—an open-air banquet hall in a tropical glade. The second occupies the ample patio adjacent to the main house. Canopied sunbeds, elegant loungers, and a palm-strung hammock line the sparkling water, inviting you to delicious days and nights under the clear sky. A glass wall with wide threshold joins the dining patio with the main house, allowing the interior to breathe the fragrant air. Sumptuous sofas invite you to evening aperitifs overlooking the pool, while a hearth-warmed parlor and study will keep you toasty after nightfall. Separate from these living areas, the villa's spa includes a massage room, traditional Hammam, and modern, well-equipped gym enclosed by garden-view windows. The main house includes three garden-level bedrooms opening to the terrace. Warm fireplaces and traditional Moroccan decorative details such as tadelakt walls, hendira rugs, batik textiles, and Berber-inspired furnishings cast a dreamy ambiance. Each of the two stand-alone guest apartments enjoys a private entrance, furnished terrace, and sixty square meters of living space. One, known as the Shadow Pavilion, includes two bedrooms nestled amid bougainvillea. The three-bedroom Musk Pavilion is adjacent to the gym. Villa Zin blends exclusive privacy with outstanding proximity to the finest destinations in and around Marrakech. You're a short drive to Royal Golf Marrakech and Amelkis, while Jemma El Fna square in the old city's Medina quartier is a half-hour away. Copyright © Luxury Retreats. All rights reserved. BEDROOM & BATHROOM Main House • Bedroom 1: Queen size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower, Lounge area, Television, Fireplace, Terrace, Safe • Bedroom 2: Queen size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower, Fireplace, Television, Terrace, Safe • Bedroom 3: Queen size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower, Television, Fireplace, Terrace, Safe Guest Apartment I (exterior access) • Bedroom 4: Queen size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower, Lounge area, Fireplace, Television, Terrace, Safe • Bedroom 5: Queen size bed, Ensutie bathroom with stand-alone shower, Television, Lounge area, Safe, Mini fridge, Terrace Guest Apartment II (exterior access) • Bedroom 6: Queen size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower, Television, Terrace, Safe • Bedroom 7: Double size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower, Television, Safe, Terrace • Bedroom 8: Double size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower, Television, Terrace, Safe Guest Apartment III (exterior access) • Bedroom 9: King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower, Dual vanity, Walk-in closet, Television, Lounge area, Safe, Terrace • Bedroom 10: King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower, Dual vanity, Walk-in closet, Television, Lounge area, Safe, Terrace FEATURES & AMENITIES • Fully equipped kitchen (for staff use) • Espresso Machine • Formal dining area with seating for 10 • Television • Fireplace • Wi-Fi • Exercise room • Spa OUTDOOR FEATURES • Swimming Pool (heated - advance notice required) • Alfresco dining • Parking • Sun loungers • Hammock • Sun beds STAFF & SERVICES Included: • Two housekeepers • 1 roundtrip airport transfer • Daily breakfast Extra cost (advance notice may be required): • Villa pre-stocking • Chef services • Activities and excursions • Lunch & dinner • Hammam heating: €50/day • Pool heating: €150/day (5 days minimum and 1 week advanced notice required) LOCATION Points of Interest • 25.9 km to Marrakech city centre • 25.9 km to Ryads Al Maaden Medina & Golf Resort • 17.2 km to Ourika Airport • 31.6 km to Marrakech-Menara Airport (RAK)
ﺩ.ﺇ9,955 per night
Villa in Marrakesh
Dar Moucha
Palm-lined designer villa near Atlas Mountain
ﺩ.ﺇ4,995 per night
Villa in Marrakesh
Villa Shah
Find peace and solitude at this secluded, modern-Riad style estate, 23 km outside of Marrakesh’s Medina. Wander lush gardens, sit beneath shady palms, and enjoy scenic countryside vistas, all without a soul in sight. On nights in, your private chef will prepare delectable local cuisine, utilizing ingredients from the in-house organic garden. Or, head to the food stands of Jemaa el-Fnaa, the Old Town Square, to try a little bit of everything. Follow a palm tree-lined driveway to Villa Shah, a traditional Riad home placed on a large plot of lush, garden-filled land. Historically, Riads are made for looking inward, finding seclusion, and enjoying the company of those closest to you. This villa, although updated with state of the art electronics and modern furnishings, is still all about tradition. Ornate tiling and tapestries are found throughout, adding a splash of excitement to the interior decor. And, on hot afternoons, the enormous swimming pool is the perfect spot to beat the heat. Barter with the shop keepers in the Souks, a market where you’ll be able to find anything and everything you could ask for in a unique, Morrocan souvenir. Step outside to the town square, where street performers are waiting to entertain. Architecture fans will love Koutoubia, a 12th-Century mosque, and the largest mosque in the city. If you need a break from the hustle and bustle of the city, take a stroll through Jardin Majorelle, a botanical and artistic landscape garden, just outside the city center. Copyright © Luxury Retreats. All rights reserved. BEDROOM & BATHROOM • Bedroom 1 - :Primary: King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone rain shower & jetted bathtub, Dual vanity, Walk-in closet, Fireplace, Lounge area, Safe, Television, Private balcony, Outdoor furniture, View of pool & Atlas Mountains • Bedroom 2: King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone bathtub, Walk-in closet, Television, Sofa, Direct access to balcony, Outdoor furniture, View of pool & Atlas Mountains • Bedroom 3: Queen size bed, Ensuite bathroom with shower/bathtub combo, Walk-in closet, Television, Sofa, Direct access to balcony, Outdoor furniture, View of pool & Atlas Mountains • Bedroom 4: Double size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower, Walk-in closet, Television, Direct access to balcony, Outdoor furniture • Bedroom 5: Double sized bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower FEATURES & AMENITIES • Decorative fireplace • Solar electricity system • Organic vegetable and fruit garden • More under “What this place offers” below OUTDOOR FEATURES • Outdoor living space • Organic vegetable and fruit garden • 500m running track • Terraces • Pergola STAFF & SERVICES Included: • Gardener - 3 times per week Extra Cost (advance notice may be required): • Airport transfers - Upto 4 people €1000/day , Upto 8 people €1200/day , Upto 10 people €1400/day • Activities and excursions • Masseuse • Babysitting services • Lunch and dinner by arrangement at extra cost €30 per person 
ﺩ.ﺇ3,948 per night

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All about Morocco

Planning a One-Of-A-Kind Vacation in Morocco

With the ocean to the west, the desert to the east, and the Atlas mountain range cutting through its center, Morocco is a land of many wonders. A melting pot of cultural influences, this captivating North African country is guaranteed to stimulate your senses and seduce you with its golden glow.

The official languages of Morocco are Arabic and Berber, though French is widely spoken and taught at school. Because Islam is the primary religion, The Call to Prayer is played five times per day and can be heard most predominantly in the medinas. Men and women should dress conservatively while out in public, taking care to cover their knees, shoulders, and midriffs.

Before planning your travels, it’s important to consider the Ramadan period and how it will affect your visit. The month-long religious celebration bases its dates on the Islamic lunar calendar and is a time for spiritual reflection, prayer, and good deeds. During this time, Muslims fast from dawn to dusk, souks and markets are largely empty, and historical sites and other attractions may have shorter opening times. As a non-Muslim, you may eat, drink, and smoke in the privacy of your villa, but are prohibited to do so in public.

What to do in Morocco

Morocco enjoys a diverse topography that grants you with many different opportunities to explore its great outdoors. Whether you dream of riding camelback through the golden sands, skiing or hiking above the clouds, or taking the day off with a visit to a traditional hammam, it is sure to be an experience you’ll never forget.

Maze your way through Djemaa el-Fna, Marrakech’s main square

The largest square in Africa, Marrakech’s Djemaa el-Fna is a dizzying display of sights, smells, and sounds. Here, local vendors set up shop to sell goods such as handmade leather bags, fragrant spices, colorful tiles, mosaic lanterns, and traditional jewelry. Snippets of music and pockets of fragrances fill the air, while snake charmers, storytellers, and food stalls populate the bustling center.  

Invigorate at a traditional hammam

A Moroccan hammam is the perfect place to unwind after a long day spent gallivanting. Cleanliness and purification are essential elements of the Islamic faith, and hammams are a favorite ritual among locals. A typical visit will have you warming up in a steam room, followed by an exfoliating scrub and a mud clay mask treatment.

Tackle the impressive Atlas Mountains

The Atlas mountain range cuts through Northern Africa, crossing Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia. The tallest mountain in North Africa, Jbel Toubkal, stands at over 13,000 feet and is located 40 miles south of Marrakesh. Adventure enthusiasts can both ski and hike in this area, and camp in local refuge base camps along the way.

Revel in the beauty of the Saadian Tombs

Built somewhere between 1578 and 1603, these burial chambers in Marrakech were discovered in 1917. The final resting place for 60 members of the Saadi Dynasty, the tombs are an architectural masterpiece. Step back in time and marvel at the beautifully constructed domed ceilings, marble and wood carvings, and stunning mosaics.

Dedicate the day to Souq Shopping

Arabic markets, also called souks, are plentiful throughout Morocco and can be found in every city. A maze of similarities, locals come here to exchange goods and shop for treasures. Bartering is an expected custom, and prices usually start high, especially for tourists. If you’re shopping for a big-ticket item, like a Moroccan carpet, you’ll probably be invited to share a sweet mint tea with the shop owner as you peruse.

Explore the Agafay and the Sahara Desert

Color your world at the Jardin Majorelle

Created by French Oriental artist Jacques Majorelle in 1923, the large botanical garden was bought and restored by Yves Saint Laurent sixty years later. According to the fashion designer, Marrakech taught him color. Get inspired by this captivating garden laden with verdant palms, prominent cacti, and tropical flowers.

Wade in the waters of Ouzoud Falls

For a dose of the great outdoors, travelers can make their way to the impressive Ouzoud Falls, 93 miles northeast of Marrakech. Locals and tourists alike bathe at the bottom of the falls, jumping from level to level. Further down the stream are small restaurants serving freshly squeezed orange juice and tasty local fare.

Treat your taste buds with delicious local fare

Hearty and full of unexpected flavor combinations, Moroccan dishes are often meant for sharing. A trip to the region would be incomplete without tasting a traditional tagine, scooped up with an airy chunk of bread. The dish is made by combining spices, vegetables, dried fruit, and often times meat in a ceramic tagine pot. The ingredients then stew together for hours, marrying their unique flavors.

If you happen to be in Morocco during Ramadan, you might be invited to share a bowl of harira. During the celebration, this rich soup of tomatoes, lamb, and beans is the preferred way for Moroccan Muslims to break their daily fast. Soak up the concoction with a chebakia, a fried pretzel-like pastry that pairs unexpectedly well with the dish.

Then there’s couscous— a beloved staple in all Moroccan households. Usually served over meat with steamed vegetables pressed up against the sides of the bowl, you may taste several different variations depending on where you are. Berbers, for example, serve theirs with buttermilk for an extra punch of nutrition.

Personally Curated Morocco Rentals

Villas near the medina

When visiting Marrakech, villas neighboring the medina provide a quiet refuge in the heart of the city. Only a 10-minute drive from the medina, our properties are fully staffed and features all of the comforts of home. After a busy day spent bartering and spice shopping, step into your private hammam room for an invigorating steam, followed by a visit from a masseuse in the villa’s massage room. In the morning, enjoy a traditional Moroccan breakfast from your balcony as you take in the views of the commanding Atlas Mountains. Evenings can be spent stargazing and lounging in your mosaic-tiled swimming pool, or visiting the town with recommendations from your personal driver.

La Palmeraie Villas

Our villas in La Palmeraie are surrounded by lush greenery and boast views of the snow-capped Atlas Mountains, perfect for sunset mint tea rituals. While the curved Moorish entryways will keep you grounded in Morocco, the surroundings and amenities rival those of the highest caliber in Palm Springs. Take the time to pamper yourself with on-site hammams, infinity pools, and hot tubs. Active travelers can work up a sweat playing golf or tennis, then take a dip in the pool before sitting down to delicious local cuisine prepared by your in-villa chef.

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