This Moroccan Hotel’s Food Will Make You Drool

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If you’re planning your next trip to Morocco, you may be interested in staying at one of the country’s newest and most sumptuous hotels: L’Hôtel Marrakech. With its high-contrast yet traditional decor, you might find it to be one of the most elegant accommodations you’ve visited yet.

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The hotel sits in a 19th-century palace and is owned by Jasper Conrad, a leading British designer of women’s clothing. Keeping with the building’s historic feel, the decor is a mix of antique relics and statues plus modern furnishings such as chairs and drapes.

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The suites (prices between $310-500 per night) feature furniture inlaid with mother-of-pearl beds (king sized, of course), as well as large bathrooms boasting tadalakt bathtubs.
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To ensure you’ll never go to bed on an empty stomach,  L’Hôtel Marrakech boasts a large menu with a variety of traditional Moroccan dishes including fish pastilla and slow-cooked tagines. The selection looks absolutely divine!

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Step outside for a walk and you’ll see the hotel grounds have a variety of different trees such as banana, orange, honeysuckle and even jasmine.

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Adjacent to the greenery is a pool, perfect for a quick afternoon dip when the sun becomes too much.
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Beautiful during the day and dramatically romantic at night, L’Hôtel Marrakech is definitely the place to let your weary body lay after a long day’s travel.

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[Source: RobbReport]

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