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Sleek & Chic | Riad Dixneuf la Ksour, Marrakech, Morocco

June 7, 2010

By Dian Hasan | June 5, 2010

Large patio, light filtered through the old shutters, swimming pool and terraces enlighten by sunshine, these make Riad Dixneuf la Ksour a place where you can find all the oriental magic. Located close to the souks and the Djema el Fna square, the hotel seduces their visitor with its elegant, between tradition and modernity. The owners, two travelers demanding contemporary design, managed to create a beautiful Moroccan riad where comfort, first-class service, simplicity and beauty are linked for the delight of luxury traveller.

The beauty of this riad is its mixture of cultures. Everywhere you can find the spirit of traditional Moroccan architecture, through the mosaics in the pool or on the top patio. The hotel does not lack of ultra modern technology such as Wifi, DVD players, air conditioning, fireplace, dressing … The cook, Issan, prepares with talent, traditional Moroccan dishes and also offers cooking classes for a total immersion in the culture. From the beautiful terraces overlooking the rooftops of Marrakech and the Atlas, let you be charmed by the elegance of this bewitching place while sipping a mint tea and homemade pastries.

In the 6 rooms and suites of Riad Dixneuf la Ksour, the decor is decidedly contemporary. It emanates a feeling of elegance and luxury that you can experience real moments of escapism. Ethnic statuette, colonial lamps, leather chairs, quilts and old mirrors provide raw charm to this beautiful riad. A hotel as an “Invitation to the voyage” which recalls the words of Baudelaire in the poem of the same name: “There all is order and beauty, Luxury, peace, and pleasure.”

Inspiration: Hoosta Magazine

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