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~ Less is Always More
ALLEN GINSBERG’S SIMPLE WAY OF LIFE is the inspiration behind this first floor room of effortlessly uncomplicated beauty. Aptly located just beyond our library, an exposed hardwood-beam ceiling stretches to meet the towering cobalt blue bedhead, over a grey blue hexagonal terracotta tiled floor with hand-cut zellige border inlay.
Built-in wardrobes divide the space between bedroom and bathroom allowing the humble beauty of the ancient timber-beam ceiling to continue unobstructed, above. Step through to a walk-in tadelakt lined wet-room which features a vanity basin, WC and a walk-in rain-shower set against zellige tiled walls in taupe and beige hues.
ALLEN also faces the central courtyard and its fountain and is ideally situated for either a light lunch, visiting Bill’s Bar or an afternoon in the tea lounge.
Ancient exposed hardwood-beam ceiling
Shared terrace with courtyard view
Walk-in tadelakt and zellige wet-room with rain-shower, vanity basin and WC
Luxurious IZZA Egyptian cotton bathrobes and babouche slippers
Specially formulated, complimentary toiletries
Built-in Moroccan hardwood wardrobes with safe and minibar
Nespresso coffee station
© Illustration: S L NEW
Allen Ginsbergb. 1926-1997
Allen Ginsberg was an American poet and writer. As a student in the 1940s, he began friendships with WILLIAM S. BURROUGHS and JACK KEROUAC, forming the core of the Beat Generation. A Buddhist, he lived modestly and protested against a range of issues from the Vietnam War to the war on drugs.
~ “You are what you think about all day”.
RADIANT RINGS OF LIGHT
Luminous warm light is provided by a sensational vintage Italian glass chandelier, a centrepiece for the timber-beam ceiling in LEILA.
A Museum in the Medina
Live amongst an important collection of Contemporary and Digital Art within the Museum in The Medina at Izza. MITM is a founding member of our House of Friends. The museum shares more than 300 carefully curated artworks within our guest rooms and public spaces in arguably one of the world’s most significant physical exhibitions of printed NFT’s (Non-Fungible Token artworks).
Each artwork is accompanied by an object label with relevant information and a QR code allowing guests to discover more about the art and artist.