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A masterclass in the fine Moroccan arts – zellij mosaic floors, carved stucco plasterwork and painted cedar ceilings, around a serene garden. Full review →
This 19th-century palace is so elaborate in its decoration it verges on kitsch.
This 19th-century palace, once home to a harem, is a marvelous display of painted wood, ceramics, and symmetrical gardens. Full review →
Imagine what you could build with Morocco’s top artisans at your service for 14 years, and here you have it: La Bahia (the Beautiful). Full review →
Superb decoration featuring zellige tiles, sculpted wood, stucco and paintings... and magnificent garden with trees and flowers and you have a superb ensemble. Full review →
In the late 1800s, the Bahia Palace was built at the pleasure of Ba-Ahmed, a former slave who rose to become the all-powerful Vizier to the Moroccan Sultan. Full review →