Built in 1879 overlooking the medina, this gem among luxury Moroccan hotels is a treasure trove of Arabic architecture
To showcase Moroccan cuisine, the Al Warda (which means rose in Arabic) has bedecked itself in finery. A superb sculpted ceiling forms the sky over the space conceived as a vast, modern-design Moroccan living room. With lute music playing softly in the background, you will delight in sophisticated Moroccan cuisine revisited and refined by a creative chef. A rose-flavoured mint tea starts you on your taste journey through the land of spices, flavours and aromas. It's a lovely way to welcome you and let you experience Morocco's legendary hospitality.
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