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The greatest Moroccan talents were called to give life to this palatial resort with its elegant riads and quiet courtyards. Once owned by the King of Morocco, this is a true palace of A Thousand and One Nights. Its 53 riads are an ode to the Moroccan art of living. Think private courtyards, colourful fabrics, sumptuously appointed living and sleeping areas and a rooftop terrace with a fireplace and dreamy views over the Atlas Mountains. Everything here is about privacy and Moroccan artistry, from the sprawl of the 9-acre estate to the knotted olive trees and orange blossoms in the gardens that pay tribute to the palm grove that gave life to the city. Imagined by Spanish landscape architect Luis Vallejo, the scenery is classic Arab-Andalusian, and adding to this surreal fantasy is the most beautiful spa rendered in white, lace-like ironwork and a vast, glassy pool surrounded by pavilions. As for the restaurants, the hotel is home to 3 dining destinations: La Grande Table Marocaine, which offers a fine dining experience that puts a spin on the most loved flavours of Morocco, the indoor-outdoor La Table and Le Jardin, a gourmet eatery where culinary masterpieces are influenced by Asian and Mediterranean quirks.