Twelve beautiful guest rooms and suites, some facing a stunning colonnaded pool, are individually decorated with antiques and objet d’art from around the globe, and equipped with every modern necessity. Hidden in the gardens there are also six sumptuous luxury tents - a contemporary interpretation of the sleeping quarters of nomadic chiefs.

Two restaurants offer a choice of traditional Moroccan, or contemporary cuisine in L’Abyssin with its tented pavilions around a pool. Other amenities include an elegant salon, a library, two outdoor and one indoor swimming pool and a clay tennis court. The opulent spa offers a full range of beauty and wellbeing treatments using products based on traditional Arabic beauty secrets - perfect after a busy day exploring the city.

  • I instantly felt I was talking to a friend.

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    SH, Italy, 2015