- 2 Adults
~ The Photographer’s Studio
ONE OF A TRIO OF ROOMS HIGH ABOVE THE LONG POOL, CECIL is a pleasingly square bedroom with a elegantly pitched ceiling and shimmering taupe coloured zellige-tiled floor. Traditional Moroccan hardwood wardrobes are built-in all along one wall opposite three large shuttered and latched windows with a stylish writing desk below.
The sumptuous double bed features an extravagantly scalloped bedhead and the en-suite wet-room offers a walk-in rain-shower, vanity basin and WC set within taupe coloured zellige tiling and tadelakt walls.
Triple shuttered traditional Moroccan windows
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
Cecil Beatonb. 1936-2008
Sir Cecil Beaton CBE was a British fashion, portrait and war photographer, diarist, painter, interior designer, as well as an Oscar–winning stage and costume designer for cinema and theatre. One of his most iconic photographs is his stunning portrait of a young HRH Queen Elizabeth II after her coronation in June 1952.
~ “Be daring, be different… be against the play-it-safers, the creatures of the commonplace, the slaves of the ordinary”.
THE COMFORTING EMBRACE OF SLEEP
The sumptuous double bed features an extravagantly scalloped bedhead and the finest Egyptian cotton bed-linens.
Breakfast in bed.
Enjoy the rich and diverse flavours of Morrocan delicacies in the sanctuary of your own room…morning, noon or night - An unforgettable culinary experience that brings the essence of Morocco to your doorstep.
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.