This fine residence on the outskirts of Marrakesh was created by the architect Abderrahim Charraï, winner of the Aga KhanPrize for Architecture — a beautiful and highly individual house that steers clear of ostentatious luxury.
Combining moderncomfort with work by local craftsmen — Tadelakt coated walls, terracotta pillars, clay façades, traditional “zellij” for thefloors and cedar woodwork — the property also benefits from a beautiful layout. Items collected by the owner — a galleryowner and true art lover — add a touch of sophistication.
The suites and guestrooms of the Casa are all different. Each has its own striking colours and atmosphere, allowing you toenjoy true serenity.
Outside, there is a 16 x 8 metre swimming pool and one for the kids, as well as a large garden towander through: 3 hectares of lawns and orchards.
If you want to meditate and relax, there’s a traditional Andalusian patiowith a fountain bathed by the scent of orange blossoms. For weel being we offer Argan oil massage, or traditionnal hennatattoo.
Elsewhere, you’ll find a large lounge library with stereo, a dining room with open fireplace and guarded car park.Finally, the hotel provides wonderful gourmet breakfasts, tapas, and dinners by candlelight.
TheVilla is located on the Souihla Road, twelve kilometres from Marrakesh dowtown or 15 minutes by car or taxi from the city centre.