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With just 11 individual rooms, the Beyt Rim Maison D’Hotes offers exclusivity and luxury just a short distance from the bustling heart of Marrakech. This urban oasis is perfect for holidaymakers seeking serene beauty, relaxation and the finest flavours of Moroccan style blended with international impressions. The newly-refurbished hotel is located across a hectare of beautifully landscaped gardens and at the heart of it, surrounded by tall palms and citrus trees, you’ll find the two large outdoor pools offering cool escapes from the midday heat or after a long day of exploring the souks and sights of Marrakech. The overall style of the hotel has been arranged and formulated by the interior designer Corinne Lemeure, who has taken inspiration from around the world to create a unique atmosphere, where Oriental details and Art Deco lines are matched with local tones and features. Nowhere is this stunning blend more visible than in the spacious, air-conditioned rooms. Guests can also treat themselves to precious time spent in the 300 m2 spa centre, where a traditional Moroccan hammam is just one of the many wellness options on offer here. As the evening sun purples the sky, you can retreat to the restaurant where al fresco dining allows you to sample local gastronomy while a mild breeze rustles the leaves and branches of the surrounding trees.
Marrakech is a delightful mix of everything that makes Morocco a great holiday destination. Sheltered by the breathtaking peaks of the Atlas Mountains and within reach of both the vast Sahara Desert as well as the scenic coastal cities of Agadir and Essaouira, Marrakech offers an overabundance of activities and sights.
Visit one of Africa’s busiest squares, Jemaa el-Fna, early in the morning, while the sun is slowly rising over the red-painted houses. This market square has existed for almost 1,000 years and among the bustling stalls, you can find literally everything. See the beautiful architecture and colours of the Dar Si Said and the Palais de la Bahia in the Old Town, marvel at the towering minaret of the Koutoubia Mosque, and then explore the heart and the life of Marrakech through its warren of souks. From the Souk Semmarine lots of smaller markets and streets spring and here you can smell the spices and the leatherwear, see the colours and feel the fabric.
After braving the bustle of the souks, head to the Jardin Majorelle. A park sprawling with colours, the shade of the exotic plants and trees will provide a much-needed escape from the onslaught of the sun. Marrakech opens up its welcoming arms wherever you find yourself in the city and don’t forget to toast the sunset with a small glass of local mint tea.