This suite transports us to Sub-Saharan Africa: Thuya wood tataoui ceiling, Dogon doors, antique photos and flamboyant tadelakt plaster. The suite is adorned by a gallery of original paintings which give this guest room a naive African atmosphere.

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Did you know? Jnane el Afia

Situated outside the Old City between Bab Ghmat and Bab Ahmar, Jnane el Afia was the closest garden for the residents of the Mellah neighborhood. Until the second half of the 20th century, this beautiful garden was a particularly sought after picnic spot for the people of Marrakesh. Families would spread out along the passing stream, submerging bottled drinks into the water to cool them off, and spending their days having fun.