• Travel Guide

    Marrakech, Morocco

    • Once an imperial city, Marrakech is blessed with a dynamic landscape which include the Sahara desert and Atlas Mountains as its backdrop. These geographical highlights have influenced a distinctive colour palette and culture in the city that has attracted a long list of creatives and style icons.

El Fenn

El Fenn Plunge Pool Room

    • STAY

      El Fenn

      Decorated in a mixture of rich natural hues against contrasting vibrant azures and magenta, El Fenn - which translates to "Fine Arts" in Arabic, is a perfect combination of colour, tradition and modernity. A true glimpse into the luxuriousness of Marrakchi lifestyle, it's made up of previously privately owned seven riads, providing the space and an air of tranquility unaffected by the bustling Djemaa El Fna square nearby.

      La Maison Airbnb

      La Maisin is situated in the East side of Medina and a sanctuary for those who crave a little more intimacy. With it being only partially serviced, you are woken up to a Moroccan breakfast every morning and left with undisturbed privacy throughout the rest of the day.


      Built between olive trees, the nine lodges are created to immulate a traditional Berber village. Using traditional architectural techniques, it stands on earth bricks, wooden beams of palm tree and eucalyptus. The interior is also complimented by decor such as rattan and vintage Moroccan fabrics adding a simple element of tradition and culture on the natural base.

  • The Annex, El Fenn

    Private pool in The Annex riad at El Fenn

  • Le Jardin

    Fresh local produce stall at Le Jardin

    • EAT

      Le Jardin

      Located in a renovated 16th Century building, Le Jardin is a magical oasis nestled between alleys of the souks, opening up to a lush indoor garden with indoor and outdoor seating perfect for lounging after a long day of shopping. Order a glass of Moroccan Rosé after a long day at the souks and enjoy one of their regular outdoor cinema nights.

      Henna Cafe

      Treat yourself to an intricate Henna design before you indulge in an uncomplicated traditional Moroccan lunch. The cafe is an unpretentious venue for an authentic hands-on experience with local artists as well as having all the costs going back to the free educational classes program held for local Moroccans of all ages.


      This Modern Moroccan restaurant may not have the Moroccan decor charm as others, but is well known for a reason. With a strong emphasis on fresh local produce, come here at night to watch the sunset as you savour the traditional flavours of Moroccan cuisine reinvented with a twist.

    • VISIT

      Museé Yves Saint Laurent Marrakech

      Visit the museum to understand the relationship between the late designer and Marrakech - the city he credits in teaching and inspiring colour, print and drapery in his designs. Just a walk away from Jardin Majorelle, retrace the steps of the designer and find inspiration of your own.

      33 Rue Majorelle

      Visit 33 Rue Majorelle once you are exhausted from the haggling at the souks for a carefully curated collection of Moroccan designers. The owners of the two storey concept store pride themselves in promoting traditional craftsmanship, which is reflected in the selection of designs displayed at the store consisting of rare prints, materials and designs unable to be seen elsewhere.

      Le Bain Bleu

      Fill in the gaps between the odd hours or simply rejuvenate at a hammam in a traditional method that has stemmed from the Ancient period. A good hammam is no secret to locals or visitors but visit Le Bain Bleu if you seek less noise and seclusion between yourself and other bathers.

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