For a family holiday and if you are three or four people, you can book Suite Ivoire with private terrace in the Kasbah Aâlma d’Or in Marrakesh for a good price and really cheap.
Two families and their children can rent two rooms in the guest house for example the Suites Ivoire and Ebony (or Jade and Safran Suites) and enjoy all the facilities of the “Residence Arabesques”, the swimming pool and SPA with steam room and two massage rooms.
The junior Suite Ivoire (50 m2) is located on the ground floor with a large private terrace where you can bask. It is facing south in front of the pool. In winter, you can admire the snowy peaks of the Atlas Mountains and Mount Toubkal, the highest peak in North Africa. It is air conditioned (cold and hot) with a King Size bed (200 x 200 – this bed can be separated into two twin beds). The living room where, comfortable, you can quietly watch your favorite program on a LED screen of 42 inches. The rest of the furniture consists of a Moroccan sofa, desk, dressing table, mini-bar and Nespresso machine. The bathroom (with bath and hair dryer) is private. The toilets are separated. The wifi satellite is free and available throughout the property.
Three Suites in the Riad for six couples to visit Morocco
The same offer can be made for six adults who wish to make a booking of three suites in the Villa. They will appreciate the charm and quiet of this boutique hotel in Marrakesh.
Garden visit of the “Residence Arabesques”
A hundred beautiful olive trees contribute to the beauty of this great landscaped garden decorated with a variety of roses, succulent plants, fruit trees and beautiful flower beds.
The pool, in form of moroccan door, was performed by Berber artisans.
In winter, Marrakesh enjoys a mild climate, the booking of one (or more) suites in your Riad in Morocco will allow you to take advantage of the space around the pool, terraces, gardens and balconies.
Among the most famous gardens of the Red City you can visit first the “Majorelle Gardens,” with rare tropical species. It was created in 1920 by the famous painter Jacques Majorelle around a house where he had his studio. Vegetation contrasts with the famous Majorelle blue walls.
This house was bought by Yves Saint Laurent in 1982. The ashes of famous fashion-man now rest in a burial in the “ Majorelle Gardens.”
Then “Menara Gardens” which are planted with olive trees, some palms and cypresses. They are irrigated by the large pool of Menara. In 1870 this area was enriched with a pyramidal roof pavilion which is reflected in the pond at sunset.
And finally “The Agdal Gardens,” one of the oldest, is arab-andalusian style. It is p rimarily an orchard where you can see hundreds of olive and orange trees, apricot trees and two large pools fed by water from Ourika.