Founded in the 11th Centruy, Marrakech was once the capital of an empire that stretched from Spain to Senegal.
At the crossroads of ancient caravan routes from Timbuktu, it became a welcome reprieve for weary Sub-Saharan traders carrying gold, salt and slaves.
Today, Marrakech is a reverberating collision of Africa and Europe, East and West, bohemia and high culture, grand Arab cities and ancient Berber villages.
Framed by the snow-capped Atlas Mountains, a thousand-year-old palm grove and wrapped in faded core walls, Marrakech casts a magical spell.
One's senses are stimulated by the brilliantly coloured spices, entrancing music, rich folds of carpets, whirling dervishes, intertwining tile geometrics and perfumed gardens.
It is the delectable cuisine that best captures the true flavour of Marrakech. We invite you to indulge yourself in an experience of tastes, aromas and flavour.