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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 • More under “What this place offers” below OUTDOOR FEATURES • More under “What this place offers” below STAFF & SERVICES Included: • Two housekeepers • More under “What this place offers” below Extra cost (advance notice may be required): • Activities and excursions • Lunch & dinner • Hammam heating: €50/day • Pool heating: €150/day (5 days minimum and 1 week advanced notice required) • More under “Add-on services” below
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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 
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Villa in Marrakech
Villa Kallaris
Please note that this home is in close proximity to an ongoing construction project. Please inquire with a Trip Designer for more information Escape from the bustle of Marrakech into a contemporary sanctuary at Villa Kallaris. This beautiful vacation rental is tucked away in a lush private garden just steps from many of the city's must-see attractions, including the Majorelle Garden and the new Yves Saint Laurent Museum. Invite up to eight friends or family members to share a honeymoon from the everyday in its refined interiors and four suite-style bedrooms. Your holiday at Villa Kallaris includes the services of a cook, housekeeper and gardener. Spend your stay soaking in the sun on a lounger by the pool, sipping mint tea beneath the palm trees and bougainvillea at a table in the garden, enjoying meals fresh off the barbecue at the shaded al-fresco dining area or watching the stars come out from the rooftop terrace. The villa also boasts high-tech amenities such as a TV, sound system and Wi-Fi. Though this luxury residence dates from the 1930s, it was recently redesigned by Roger Herrera based on the principles of architect Robert Mallet Stevens. Those principles are evident in the home's clean lines, large windows and thoughtfully selected furnishings, which create an atmosphere of sophisticated calm. Several sitting areas are perfect for quiet moments with a book, while the elliptical dining room is ideal for gathering together. Each of the four bedrooms at Villa Kallaris has a queen bed and en-suite bathroom; three of the four bedrooms also open to a terrace. Richly colored terrazzo floors, soft textiles and bold artwork make each bedroom a stylish retreat. With the Majorelle Garden and the new Yves Saint Laurent Museum just steps away, the villa makes it easy to explore the city on foot. Bargain for spices, leather goods, souvenirs and more in the souks, dine out at up-and-coming restaurants or spend hours wandering through the medina, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Copyright © Luxury Retreats. All rights reserved. BEDROOM & BATHROOM • Bedroom 1: Queen size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower & bathtub, Dual Vanity, Access to terrace • Bedroom 2: Queen size bed (or 2 Single size beds), Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower & bathtub, Dual Vanity • Bedroom 3: Queen size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower & bathtub, Dual Vanity, Access to terrace • Bedroom 4 - Primary: Queen size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower & bathtub, Dual Vanity, Safe, Desk, Access to terrace FEATURES & AMENITIES • View of Jardin Marjorelle • More under “What this place offers” below Included: • Gardener (lives onsite) • More under “What this place offers” below Extra cost (advance notice may be required): • Swimming pool heating - 2000 MAD flat fee + 400 MAD per day • Activities and excursions • More under “Add-on services” below
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All about Marrakesh

Thinking of visiting Marrakech? Here’s what you need to know.

Marrakech is a destination like no other. A historic trading post for goods from the Mediterranean and African subcontinent, it’s colorful, loud, crowded, and utterly captivating. The night-time bustle of the main square Jemaa el Fna, with its storytellers, snake charmers and food stalls, fills the air with fragrant scents and snippets of music, and at sunset the walls of the medina seem to glow from within in the low orange light. The hammams, peaceful riads, and mint tea rituals form a calming counterpoint to the madness of Marrakech, which can at time feel like overwhelming assault on the senses.

The best time to visit is spring or fall, when warm days are welcome. In high summer, the heat can be stifling, leaving you without the energy you need to explore this fascinating place.

If it’s your first visit to the city, give yourself time to adjust to the different rhythms of life here and remember that the way things are done might be different to how you’re used to doing them. A little patience can go a long way into getting into the swing of the city.

Shopping in the Souks

No trip to the city would be complete without an afternoon wandering through the winding lanes of the souks - packed with market stalls spilling over with carpets, spices, ceramics and more. From oversized metalwork lanterns just perfect to hang over your dining room table, to leatherwork slippers and chic woven beach bags, the conundrum is choosing what to take home with you. Some stalls have items of higher quality than others, so take the time to look before you leap.

Haggling over the price is an accepted, indeed expected part of the buying process in the souks, so don’t be embarrassed when a seller asks what you would pay. Just remember, if you name a price and the seller agrees, you’re expected to go through with the purchase. Agreeing to buy something and then backing out is best avoided - it’s considered extremely impolite.

Visit the Jardin Majorelle

For a complete change of pace from the Medina, the Jardin Majorelle in Marrakech’s Nouvelle Ville is a wonderful place to spend a couple of hours. Designed and planted by the French landscape painter Jacques Majorelle in the 1930s, it’s a riot of colour — brilliant blue walls, terracotta planters, and yellow-painted woodwork — set against the peaceful greens of waterlilies, cacti and weeping willows.

In 1980, the garden was due to be turned into a hotel complex when it was saved by French fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent who moved into the villa on site with his partner and set about restoring the former glory of the space. Today you can stroll the paths, marvel at the beautiful leatherwork in the shop, sit under a shaded tree with a glass of mint tea in the cafe, and be inspired by the beauty of nature.

Experience Jemaa el Fna square

The beating heart of Marrakech, the Jemaa el Fna square seems like nothing much under the bright glare of the midday sun, but as the sun begins to set, the square begins to come to life. For hundreds of years, locals have gathered here to tell stories, listen to music, eat at the street food stalls and pass the time of day with one another. If you’re feeling adventurous take a seat at one of the street food stalls, or if not, grab a mint tea at a terrace overlooking the square and watch the action unfold.

Visit Ouarzazate

In the shadow of the Atlas mountains and bordering the Sahara desert, the city of Ouarzazate, with its desert pink walls and starry nights, is an otherworldly destination. The town served as a meeting and trading point for the tribes of the Atlas mountains for hundreds of years, but the city you see today was built by the French as a garrison town in the 1920s. The city is the jumping-off point for trips into the Sahara.

Experience the luxury of our villas in Marrakech

Villas in the Medina

One of the most appealing contrasts in Marrakech is the way you can step through a nondescript door in the bustling Medina and find yourself in the courtyard of a blissfully quiet riad - where the only sounds is the tinkle of mint tea being poured to welcome your arrival. The concept of a riad is unique to Morocco. The word “riad” originally meant “garden” but is commonly used to describe a former family home centered around a courtyard and converted into a guesthouse with a small number of bedrooms. Many offer breakfast and dinner, and many also have a hammam on-site for the all-important ritual of cleansing and purification, as well as a pool to help you cool down after a long day exploring the city. A stay at our villas in Marrakech Medina is a great way to enjoy luxurious, restful accommodation in the heart of the action.

La Palmeraie and further afield

A tranquil oasis just outside Marrakech, La Palmeraie is, as its name suggests, a palm grove - albeit a gigantic one. You’ll find several hundred thousand date palms here, along with olive and fruit trees, all spread out over 54 sq miles. Our La Palmeraie luxury villas are close to several upscale resorts including Nikki Beach, and many of Morocco's most well-heeled citizens live in the area. If you’re interested in a round of golf or two during your trip to Marrakech, you’ll find some great options here, such as the Palm Golf course, designed by the renowned Robert Trent Jones Sr, which offers a challenging course with a beautiful view of the Atlas Mountains.

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