Enliven Your Senses in Marrakech



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London based Area informer and frequent traveler to Marrakech, Zoe Feilding-Mellen, takes you on a hypnotic tour of her favorite destination on the planet.

SLEEP:

At the lux Riad El Fenn in the heart of the Medina, rooms are large and airy with high ceilings yet super private and quiet with baths fit for Romans. “They think of everything before you have time to. Whether it’s tea and delicious cakes around the courtyard when you need the extra energy to face the souk or dining on the organic culinary delights at the rooftop restaurant, the hotel is very hard to leave."

Maison 27 is a haven from which to explore the bustling city and surrounding Atlas mountains. Part of a beautiful development by renowned architect Charles Beccora, this English-owned private villa is beautifully decorated and comes with a large pool in the garden and a lovely daily who provides breakfast, lunch and dinner according to your wishes.

For those wanting to disconnect from the world, Kasbah Ourika is your place. Located on a hilltop above the Ourika valley, this is one of the most beautiful locations you will ever find yourself. Intricate attention to detail abounds, from the gorgeous rooms with fireplaces and interesting furniture to the eclectic library and 360 degree views that will blow your mind.

EAT & DRINK:

Located in a small square in the heart of the souk, Cafe des Espices is a little gem and a delightful watering hole to rest up after a hard mornings bartering. Refresh your soul with fresh orange juice and sweet mint tea while you soak up the atmosphere at ground level or gaze over the world from the rooftop terrace.

The Beldi Country Club is an oasis just a short drive from the city and a beautiful spot for lunch and spa time. Surrounded by fields of roses and olive groves, your senses come alive. Be sure to book in advance.

A popular spot for a pre-dinner cocktail is the Grande Post Café, located in the new town (Gueliz). The palms and overhead fans give a colonial feel to the place which serves a French-Moroccan menu that is worth staying for dinner. Reservations are recommended.

For entertaining people watching, post-dinner drinks, and wild dancing, Djellabar is the place to be.

PLAY:

One of the most exhilarating experiences, both visually and culinary, that represents the heart of this fascinating city is Jemaa El Fna, a square and market place in the old city. Come night fall, one of the largest open-air kitchens comes to life and all of your senses are enlivened.

For those who yearn local culinary secrets, an afternoon cooking course at La Maison Arabe will help you understand the foods and spices that are on display around you. A fun and indulgent way to bring Marrakech home with you.

Make your way to Jardin Majorelle, in the new town, for serenity and inspiration. The vivid gardens were designed in the 1920s and belonged to fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent.

Visit Area Daily for more of the best in urban travel.


Eat & Celebrate

For Dar El Sadaka, chef Madame Hasna composes authentic, creative and delicate cuisine every day. All meals are made with fresh produce, always organic. The cuisine is Moroccan and international. Gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, kosher and detox menus are also available.

The discreet staff are attentive to every detail and cultivate a convivial atmosphere. The Moroccan tradition of hospitality reigns at Dar El Sadaka, adding to the charm of this exceptional villa.

Kindly note Dar El Sadaka is not a restaurant and dining at the villa is for in-house guests only.

Jams are home-made, honey is harvested on site and Dar El Sadaka produces its own extra virgin olive oil. Vegetables and aromatic herbs come from the garden, small local producers and organic markets.

Seafood is sourced from carefully selected fishermen on the coast at Oualidia and Dakhla. Meat and poultry are supplied by an independent butcher who rears his animals on a nearby farm.

DAILY DINING

Depending on the season, our guests may enjoy their breakfasts, lunches and dinners in our mimosa-covered courtyard, on the terrace with the black donkey, in the shade under our green pergola or in the dining room with Solange our monumental giraffe. You may choose to start your day with a rich brunch buffet by the swimming pool or try our signature BBQ, with only skewers from starter to dessert.


Eat & Celebrate

For Dar El Sadaka, chef Madame Hasna composes authentic, creative and delicate cuisine every day. All meals are made with fresh produce, always organic. The cuisine is Moroccan and international. Gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, kosher and detox menus are also available.

The discreet staff are attentive to every detail and cultivate a convivial atmosphere. The Moroccan tradition of hospitality reigns at Dar El Sadaka, adding to the charm of this exceptional villa.

Kindly note Dar El Sadaka is not a restaurant and dining at the villa is for in-house guests only.

Jams are home-made, honey is harvested on site and Dar El Sadaka produces its own extra virgin olive oil. Vegetables and aromatic herbs come from the garden, small local producers and organic markets.

Seafood is sourced from carefully selected fishermen on the coast at Oualidia and Dakhla. Meat and poultry are supplied by an independent butcher who rears his animals on a nearby farm.

DAILY DINING

Depending on the season, our guests may enjoy their breakfasts, lunches and dinners in our mimosa-covered courtyard, on the terrace with the black donkey, in the shade under our green pergola or in the dining room with Solange our monumental giraffe. You may choose to start your day with a rich brunch buffet by the swimming pool or try our signature BBQ, with only skewers from starter to dessert.


Eat & Celebrate

For Dar El Sadaka, chef Madame Hasna composes authentic, creative and delicate cuisine every day. All meals are made with fresh produce, always organic. The cuisine is Moroccan and international. Gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, kosher and detox menus are also available.

The discreet staff are attentive to every detail and cultivate a convivial atmosphere. The Moroccan tradition of hospitality reigns at Dar El Sadaka, adding to the charm of this exceptional villa.

Kindly note Dar El Sadaka is not a restaurant and dining at the villa is for in-house guests only.

Jams are home-made, honey is harvested on site and Dar El Sadaka produces its own extra virgin olive oil. Vegetables and aromatic herbs come from the garden, small local producers and organic markets.

Seafood is sourced from carefully selected fishermen on the coast at Oualidia and Dakhla. Meat and poultry are supplied by an independent butcher who rears his animals on a nearby farm.

DAILY DINING

Depending on the season, our guests may enjoy their breakfasts, lunches and dinners in our mimosa-covered courtyard, on the terrace with the black donkey, in the shade under our green pergola or in the dining room with Solange our monumental giraffe. You may choose to start your day with a rich brunch buffet by the swimming pool or try our signature BBQ, with only skewers from starter to dessert.


Eat & Celebrate

For Dar El Sadaka, chef Madame Hasna composes authentic, creative and delicate cuisine every day. All meals are made with fresh produce, always organic. The cuisine is Moroccan and international. Gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, kosher and detox menus are also available.

The discreet staff are attentive to every detail and cultivate a convivial atmosphere. The Moroccan tradition of hospitality reigns at Dar El Sadaka, adding to the charm of this exceptional villa.

Kindly note Dar El Sadaka is not a restaurant and dining at the villa is for in-house guests only.

Jams are home-made, honey is harvested on site and Dar El Sadaka produces its own extra virgin olive oil. Vegetables and aromatic herbs come from the garden, small local producers and organic markets.

Seafood is sourced from carefully selected fishermen on the coast at Oualidia and Dakhla. Meat and poultry are supplied by an independent butcher who rears his animals on a nearby farm.

DAILY DINING

Depending on the season, our guests may enjoy their breakfasts, lunches and dinners in our mimosa-covered courtyard, on the terrace with the black donkey, in the shade under our green pergola or in the dining room with Solange our monumental giraffe. You may choose to start your day with a rich brunch buffet by the swimming pool or try our signature BBQ, with only skewers from starter to dessert.


Eat & Celebrate

For Dar El Sadaka, chef Madame Hasna composes authentic, creative and delicate cuisine every day. All meals are made with fresh produce, always organic. The cuisine is Moroccan and international. Gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, kosher and detox menus are also available.

The discreet staff are attentive to every detail and cultivate a convivial atmosphere. The Moroccan tradition of hospitality reigns at Dar El Sadaka, adding to the charm of this exceptional villa.

Kindly note Dar El Sadaka is not a restaurant and dining at the villa is for in-house guests only.

Jams are home-made, honey is harvested on site and Dar El Sadaka produces its own extra virgin olive oil. Vegetables and aromatic herbs come from the garden, small local producers and organic markets.

Seafood is sourced from carefully selected fishermen on the coast at Oualidia and Dakhla. Meat and poultry are supplied by an independent butcher who rears his animals on a nearby farm.

DAILY DINING

Depending on the season, our guests may enjoy their breakfasts, lunches and dinners in our mimosa-covered courtyard, on the terrace with the black donkey, in the shade under our green pergola or in the dining room with Solange our monumental giraffe. You may choose to start your day with a rich brunch buffet by the swimming pool or try our signature BBQ, with only skewers from starter to dessert.


Eat & Celebrate

For Dar El Sadaka, chef Madame Hasna composes authentic, creative and delicate cuisine every day. All meals are made with fresh produce, always organic. The cuisine is Moroccan and international. Gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, kosher and detox menus are also available.

The discreet staff are attentive to every detail and cultivate a convivial atmosphere. The Moroccan tradition of hospitality reigns at Dar El Sadaka, adding to the charm of this exceptional villa.

Kindly note Dar El Sadaka is not a restaurant and dining at the villa is for in-house guests only.

Jams are home-made, honey is harvested on site and Dar El Sadaka produces its own extra virgin olive oil. Vegetables and aromatic herbs come from the garden, small local producers and organic markets.

Seafood is sourced from carefully selected fishermen on the coast at Oualidia and Dakhla. Meat and poultry are supplied by an independent butcher who rears his animals on a nearby farm.

DAILY DINING

Depending on the season, our guests may enjoy their breakfasts, lunches and dinners in our mimosa-covered courtyard, on the terrace with the black donkey, in the shade under our green pergola or in the dining room with Solange our monumental giraffe. You may choose to start your day with a rich brunch buffet by the swimming pool or try our signature BBQ, with only skewers from starter to dessert.


Eat & Celebrate

For Dar El Sadaka, chef Madame Hasna composes authentic, creative and delicate cuisine every day. All meals are made with fresh produce, always organic. The cuisine is Moroccan and international. Gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, kosher and detox menus are also available.

The discreet staff are attentive to every detail and cultivate a convivial atmosphere. The Moroccan tradition of hospitality reigns at Dar El Sadaka, adding to the charm of this exceptional villa.

Kindly note Dar El Sadaka is not a restaurant and dining at the villa is for in-house guests only.

Jams are home-made, honey is harvested on site and Dar El Sadaka produces its own extra virgin olive oil. Vegetables and aromatic herbs come from the garden, small local producers and organic markets.

Seafood is sourced from carefully selected fishermen on the coast at Oualidia and Dakhla. Meat and poultry are supplied by an independent butcher who rears his animals on a nearby farm.

DAILY DINING

Depending on the season, our guests may enjoy their breakfasts, lunches and dinners in our mimosa-covered courtyard, on the terrace with the black donkey, in the shade under our green pergola or in the dining room with Solange our monumental giraffe. You may choose to start your day with a rich brunch buffet by the swimming pool or try our signature BBQ, with only skewers from starter to dessert.


Eat & Celebrate

For Dar El Sadaka, chef Madame Hasna composes authentic, creative and delicate cuisine every day. All meals are made with fresh produce, always organic. The cuisine is Moroccan and international. Gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, kosher and detox menus are also available.

The discreet staff are attentive to every detail and cultivate a convivial atmosphere. The Moroccan tradition of hospitality reigns at Dar El Sadaka, adding to the charm of this exceptional villa.

Kindly note Dar El Sadaka is not a restaurant and dining at the villa is for in-house guests only.

Jams are home-made, honey is harvested on site and Dar El Sadaka produces its own extra virgin olive oil. Vegetables and aromatic herbs come from the garden, small local producers and organic markets.

Seafood is sourced from carefully selected fishermen on the coast at Oualidia and Dakhla. Meat and poultry are supplied by an independent butcher who rears his animals on a nearby farm.

DAILY DINING

Depending on the season, our guests may enjoy their breakfasts, lunches and dinners in our mimosa-covered courtyard, on the terrace with the black donkey, in the shade under our green pergola or in the dining room with Solange our monumental giraffe. You may choose to start your day with a rich brunch buffet by the swimming pool or try our signature BBQ, with only skewers from starter to dessert.


Eat & Celebrate

For Dar El Sadaka, chef Madame Hasna composes authentic, creative and delicate cuisine every day. All meals are made with fresh produce, always organic. The cuisine is Moroccan and international. Gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, kosher and detox menus are also available.

The discreet staff are attentive to every detail and cultivate a convivial atmosphere. The Moroccan tradition of hospitality reigns at Dar El Sadaka, adding to the charm of this exceptional villa.

Kindly note Dar El Sadaka is not a restaurant and dining at the villa is for in-house guests only.

Jams are home-made, honey is harvested on site and Dar El Sadaka produces its own extra virgin olive oil. Vegetables and aromatic herbs come from the garden, small local producers and organic markets.

Seafood is sourced from carefully selected fishermen on the coast at Oualidia and Dakhla. Meat and poultry are supplied by an independent butcher who rears his animals on a nearby farm.

DAILY DINING

Depending on the season, our guests may enjoy their breakfasts, lunches and dinners in our mimosa-covered courtyard, on the terrace with the black donkey, in the shade under our green pergola or in the dining room with Solange our monumental giraffe. You may choose to start your day with a rich brunch buffet by the swimming pool or try our signature BBQ, with only skewers from starter to dessert.


Eat & Celebrate

For Dar El Sadaka, chef Madame Hasna composes authentic, creative and delicate cuisine every day. All meals are made with fresh produce, always organic. The cuisine is Moroccan and international. Gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, kosher and detox menus are also available.

The discreet staff are attentive to every detail and cultivate a convivial atmosphere. The Moroccan tradition of hospitality reigns at Dar El Sadaka, adding to the charm of this exceptional villa.

Kindly note Dar El Sadaka is not a restaurant and dining at the villa is for in-house guests only.

Jams are home-made, honey is harvested on site and Dar El Sadaka produces its own extra virgin olive oil. Vegetables and aromatic herbs come from the garden, small local producers and organic markets.

Seafood is sourced from carefully selected fishermen on the coast at Oualidia and Dakhla. Meat and poultry are supplied by an independent butcher who rears his animals on a nearby farm.

DAILY DINING

Depending on the season, our guests may enjoy their breakfasts, lunches and dinners in our mimosa-covered courtyard, on the terrace with the black donkey, in the shade under our green pergola or in the dining room with Solange our monumental giraffe. You may choose to start your day with a rich brunch buffet by the swimming pool or try our signature BBQ, with only skewers from starter to dessert.


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