Almaha Marrakech is a new riad hotel, with 12 individually styled bedrooms, in a tranquil hideaway, located in Marrakech’s oldest neighbourhood, the Kasbah, where the former royal stables once stood.
A range of luxurious facilities is available, from the underground hammam and spa designed to relax and stimulate the senses, to the roof top terrace, where guests can dine and enjoy the swimming pool, which is open throughout the day.
The Pixel Room is perfect for mint tea, pastries and evening drinks and The Library for breakfast, lunch and dinner; both offer marked design contrasts.
The hotel was designed and conceived by Belgian architect and designer Charles Kaisin, drawing inspiration from the famous Charles Baudelaire poem ‘L’invitation au voyage’.
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