|At the Four Seasons Marrakech|
This is such a lovely oasis away from the hustle and bustle of Marrrakech, and yet so close to it. We loved it.
I especially loved the spa which had a beautiful hamman and all the facilities for beauty and wellness.
It was just across the gardens, and it had the most wonderful R&R environment.
On our first night, we had dinner at the Moroccan restaurant of the hotel, as we arrived quite late after a day of driving from the old city of Fes.
We sat outside by the fountains because it was such a wonderful evening — actually it was our first cool evening in Morocco.
And this was where we had some of the most delicious Moroccan salads so far on the trip.
What a treat this was, especially as we are so into salads and healthy food in general.
So I’m posting photos of the culinary delights we sampled while we were there.
And afterwards, we walked around the property on such a lovely evening, exploring the resort and taking a million photos.
It’s massive and lovely, so it was perfect for some after dinner exercise. Needless to say, I wanted to take the interiors home because every corner was a nice picture of prettiness. Moroccan design really grows on you.
|Stepping out for dinner on another evening
at the Four Seasons Marrakech
in another little black dress
There was also a really nice little black dress created by a Moroccan designer, that was for sale in the Four Seasons boutique.
I tried it on and it fit so perfectly that I was so tempted to take the credit card out there and then.
The Four Seasons Marrakech
The suites are wonderful as well.
Read more about them soon in an upcoming issue of Travelife Magazine, the leading travel & lifestyle publication. We post the casual stories on this blog, but the real travel stories only make it to the magazine — so I hope you pick up a copy very soon.
A very good morning from the Sahara Desert, living a never-ending, and never-endingly eventful Travelife.