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With friends or family, for a weekend or longer stay, immerse yourself in the traditional life of a Moroccan house. Enjoy its private pool, shaded by huge banana trees, and savour a candlelit dinner on the patio of your private riad. Guests have two spacious bedrooms, each with their own bathroom, a large terrace for enjoying breakfast under Marrakesh’s blue skies, and a living room with fireplace for relaxing on cooler winter evenings.
"Journey through one of the oldest Eastern customs by discovering our traditional hammam. Accompanied by a "Kessala", experience the ritual of exfoliation with black eucalyptus-scented soap, with the aid of a Kessa glove. Relax on the hot marble, wrapped in orange blossom foam to awaken the senses. Finally, the Ghassoul mask will finish this trip through time. This stone from the Middle Atlas gives skin an intense softness thanks to its secret rosewater blend. You will be cocooned and transported to your tender childhood memories".
"In the historical and cultural centre of Marrakesh, near the famous Jemaa El Fna square, two orange trees frame the discreet front door of a traditional riad. Though it appears mysterious, let the dream become reality... Enter this oasis of calm and coolness, relax and relish a mint tea, Moroccan pastries, or a cigar. Enjoy breakfast beneath the pergola in the garden, lunch in the shade of the orange trees, or a candlelit dinner beside the pool. Every visit to the Villa des Orangers is an ode to the beauty of the senses and the mind, with service on a par with Moroccan hospitality".
"Take a day trip to seek out Berber culture. A wonderfully hospitable village will welcome you to share its thousand-year-old traditions. Learn a beginner's guide to cooking, and discover the flavours and the infinite landscapes stretching up the plateaux of the Atlas Mountains. Discover the village and the traditional rammed earth houses, and take a guided tour of the canyon and neighbouring valleys at the foot of the mountains. These are the ingredients for an experience in the heart of the great Moroccan outdoors."