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A Spot Of Winter Sun


By IMAGE
05th Jan 2015
A Spot Of Winter Sun

The?Moroccan capital of?Marrakech is an endlessly intoxicating city, alive with aesthetic stimulation, cultural layering and magical people – it’s one of the most potently inspiring destinations in the world, and a must for those who care about the beauty that surrounds them.?Frequently?described?as a “melting pot of cultures,” this city is visually stunning and once there, you’re in for a unique experience. ?Close to the Sahara’desert and with the Atlas Mountains as its backdrop Marrakech’s setting is stunning. The town is divided into two parts, the ancient Medina (historical city) and the new city.

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And naturally, while you’re there, you’ll want a stylish, yet comfortable place to rest your head. The?Les Deux Tours is a boutique hotel that stood out for all the right reasons.?Situated in the city’s lush Palmeraie, Les Deux Tours in Marrakech is a stylish boutique resort of traditional-style, tartari-ceilinged villas, sitting in some of the loveliest gardens in Morocco. With a hammam, some incredibly chic bars and two top-class restaurants, it’s the sort of place you could lose days in, if you didn’t have to go sight-seeing.

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All rooms have an original feature, whether it’s a tartari ceiling, bejmat tiles, a stone fireplace or a carved ceiling, or restored antique Moroccan furnishing, so you’ll be guaranteed something unique in yours.?In terms of other facilities, the hotel contains a’spa and hammam, library and free WiFi (important if we want to venture back to the real world for a time), and if you feel like getting pampered, you can get in-room spa treatments on request.There is also a glorious heated pool surrounded by lush lawns and a terrace where you can laze the days away if you so wish.

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Guests of the hotel can choose from rooms and suites with balcony or terrace overlooking the garden, and regardless of what you opt for, you’re in for a luxurious stay in an incredible setting.

By Clodagh Edwards?