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    Dar Les Cigognes



    Dar Les Cigognes Hotel



    Dar Les Cigognes Hotel Marrakech



    Dar Les Cigognes Boutique Hotel


Dar Les Cigognes

Dar Les Cigognes

Elegant, eclectic an exclusive...in a world of countless Riads that blend together in Marrakech, Dar Les Cigognes holds its own and stands out like a brilliantly shining gem in the heart of this historic city. To the front just past a discreet door, the gates of the Royal Palace in this mysterious medina. To the sides, bustling souks teeming with vendors, buyers and bargains and to the adjacent courtyard lies the second half of this curiously separated yet somehow unified retreat comprised of two residences blended into one hotel connected by a sleek walkway.

Celebrity architect Charles Boccara rose to the occasion when it came to the decision of style and distinction. While others tend to overdose on the ornate, or skew to the supremely spartan, Dar Les Cigognes achieves the perfect balance of classically imaginative with a glimpse into a world from 1001 Nights fused with the luxury of a boutique hotel where one can get lost in endless corridors and the aromatic elation of the fragrant courtyard, or simply melt away in the sanctuary of the Fassi Beauty Spa where, beyond the gorgeous array of treatments designed by a world-renowned holistic treatment specialist, one can indulge in the showpiece that is the traditional hammam which is simply stunning.

11 curiously charming rooms await here to welcome guests, comfortable and chic and individually unique, drawing on the rich cultural heritage of Moorish art and dcor.

Refined elegance and style are the hallmarks of this charming small Marrakech hotel. Dar Les Cigognes offers all the comfort and calm you would expect from a luxury boutique hotel, as well as the chic and charm of Moroccan style and fashion. Each room is unique, drawing on the rich cultural heritage of Moorish art and dcor. For extra indulgence, book the Orientalist suite, with an impossibly huge bed, separate lounge, magical views of the palace, fireplace and soothing hues.
Dining here is an ever-evolving experience, with a menu proffering inspiring Moroccan and Mediterranean dishes using the freshest of ingredients. Cant get enough and want to take it home with you? Not a problem- Dar Les Cigognes offers daily cookery classes and even spice souk and food market excursions right with the chef himsel so you can recreate the sumptuous culinary memories.

Divine, deliciously different- Dar Les Cigognes.

theExplorateur Exclusive Offer

One complimentary 30-minute massage per room.

Contact Information

108, Rue de Berima Medina
T. +212.524.38.27.40
F. + 212.524.38.47.67


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About Marrakech

Marrakech is magical. The name literally means "Land of God, peacefully perched near the foothills of the snow capped Atlas Mountains and a few hours away from the foot of the Sahara Desert. Its location and contrasting landscape has made it a enviable destination in Morocco. The city is divided into two distinct parts: the Medina, the historical city, and the new European modern district called Gueliz or Ville Nouvelle. The Medina is full of intertwining narrow passageways and local shops full of character. In contrast, Gueliz plays host to modern restaurants, fast food chains and big brand stores.

Cosmopolitan, international Marrakech, like its archetypal counterparts of Madrid, Paris, Barcelona and London, surprises by its creative energy. The ramparts, gardens and fine palaces of the imperial city's golden age are now the backdrop for cultural, sporting, artistic and economic fervour. Marrakech means a change of scenery in the space of short hop with a predictably pleasant climate; it means suffering the agony of having to choose between the 1,000 activities on offer in the city.

The main square in the Medina is Djemaa El-Fna. It is surrounded by endless labyrinths of souks and alley ways covering all of the Medina. Djemma El-Fna is a must as there is always something to see there day and night whether it be snake charmers, acrobats, sooth-sayers,or the musicians and food stalls. At night the square really comes to life as people navigate toward the exotic aromas and the entertaining sights. As the evening darkens, the hustle & bustle of activity rages on. The exotic music appears louder and more hypnotic. For more on the shopping experience in the souk- try here! http://www.theexplorateurtravels.com/2012/04/souk-this-lessons-learned-in-morocco.html