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It is an enchanting world created here by the famous interior designer, Gil Dez. Inspired by Art Deco, Moorish Revival, Baroque and Tuscany, the 22 suites and 6 private pavilions feature refined decoration where attention to detail takes precedence. With elite Moroccan and European craftsmen, Gil Dez tells a unique story through every room of the Palais Ronsard: the history of craftsmanship and the art of Marrakchi living. Moroccan woodwork, ceramic floors, and frescoes produced by renowned artists create a sophisticated and distinctive world in Marrakech.
Over a vast area of 20,000 m², the gardens unfold as if by magic. Amongst giant palm trees, Pierre de Ronsard roses or olive trees, fountains, waterfalls and fish ponds... a means of expression is delicately found. Here, everything is calming and invokes serenity. Take in the scents that emerge from the varying essences, listen to birds singing and the sound of water... let go, you're at Palais Ronsard!
In this museum designed by Studio KO architectural firm, the curves and straight lines of the façades closely recall the shapes of couture pieces designed by Yves Saint-Laurent. Between the pea coat, Mondrian dress, tuxedo, safari jackets, or evening dresses, we get lost in this temple of elegance where the most iconic pieces of the couturier are jewels of haute-couture and ready-to-wear. A must-see place to discover the master's work, his inspirations and his genius!
Let yourself be charmed by the endless swarm of the city's most emblematic square. Between snake charmers, musicians and traveling stalls, the excitement springs forth as soon as night falls. Then enter the medina and its maze of alleys, let yourself be jostled by carts of fresh mint or cilantro and enter the small shops that unveil their treasures before savoring gazelle horns and mint tea in a coffee shop. Marrakech...haunting and so seductive!
First and foremost, this blue Majorelle, recognizable among all. Dazzling, striking, sublime. Then on 1 hectare, exotic plants galore, fountains that “babble,” and delicately maintained paths where the traveler happily loses himself. In this place drawn from poetry and romance, time stands still and we simply stroll along, ignoring the urban commotion nearby. A timeless moment that calls for meditation and contemplation. A must for any stay in Marrakech!