Jardin d’Inès

Jardin d’Inès

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Circuit de la Palmeraie, Marrakesh, , Morocco
Courtesy of Jardin d'Ines
Situated in a desirable palm-lined neighborhood at the foot of the burnt orange Atlas Mountains, Jardin d’Inès fuses the exoticism of Marrakesh with a touch of Bel Air exclusivity. The geometric pastel buildings slyly mimic the pink of the old city. Opened in 2006, and part of the development group that also owns La Palmeraie Golf Palace—guests have access to its Robert Trent Jones¬–designed course—the hotel draws weekending couples from Casablanca (and, largely for its space and swimming pool, families with children). All suites have fireplaces and terraces, perfect for sipping a post-souk glass of chilled local grise while you pick through your new purchases.
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