Navigate through our wide selection of rooms. Each with its own story.
El Fenn means 'the artist' in Arabic, referring to the traditionally painted wooden arches above your bed and the shower.
This cosy room has a comfortable bed, a pair of colorful club chairs and a violet bathroom with walk-in shower. Just outside the door is the green patio and fountain.
From the green patio, an ancient Indian door opens to this vaulted room, with panels of sculpted plaster.
A Rietveld 1930's cupboard and Danish inspired lamps gives it a modern touch, still the materials used on the floors, like Tadelakt and Zellige tiles, are pure traditional craftsmanship. Spend your evening in front of the log fire or taking a warm bath.
A serene and confortable groundfloor room, decorated in a sober way with blue and red stripes, as you would find in traditionnal Berber houses. Two oriental chairs positioned around a fireplace and the venetian glass bracket lamps make it a mostly romantic place.
The bathroom, completely in black and white zellige tiles has a shower and a vintage bathtub and is open towards a private sitting corner in the green courtyard.
Named after its deep red floor, the Hamra Room opens onto the canopy of the green courtyard through an entire glass facade. The hand-painted azouak entrance door leads to this cosy room with earth tones and tatoui ceiling.
A few steps bring you up to the black tiled bathroom with vintage furniture. The Hamra Room can be made up as a Twin or double-bedded room.