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46, Driba Laarida,
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Medina 40000 Marrakesh,
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Yves

  • Double Suite
  • 3 Adults
  • Pool View

500(Avg / Night)incl. breakfast & taxes

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~ Light, Tranquility, & Botanical Delights

ELEVATED AMONGST GENTLE BIRDSONG, THIS STYLISH SUITE TAKES ITS NAME FROM YVES SAINT-LAURENT. Like his towering achievements in fashion, it sits high above all else, including our elegant swimming pool.

Introduction.

Our second-largest room, it features an en-suite wetroom with both rain-shower and bath, underfloor heating, corner sofa suite, study desk and a mini-bar well-stocked for discerning tastes. Ample storage and well-stocked bookcases line the entrance to the suite. Turn a corner to encounter a generous bedroom with vast king-size bed, work desk and side table.

Triple traditional Moroccan double-shuttered windows provide wonderful natural light and hardwood Moroccan doors lead to a rose-coloured tadelakt and zellige tiled walk-in wet-room with both bath and rain-shower, vanity sink and WC.

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  • Juliette balcony overlooking the magnificent pool arch

  • Corner sofa suite

  • Vintage study desk

  • Walk-in wet room with tadelakt bath, rain-shower, twin vanity basins and WC

  • Underfloor heating

  • Luxurious IZZA Egyptian cotton bathrobes and babouche slippers

  • Specially formulated, complimentary toiletries

  • Built-in Moroccan hardwood wardrobes with safe and minibar

  • Nespresso coffee station

  • Air conditioning

  • Hi-Speed WiFi

  • Hairdryer

© Illustration: S L NEW

Yves Saint-Laurentb. 1936-2008

Yves Saint-Laurent was born in Algeria and founded his eponymous fashion label in 1962. He is regarded as being among the foremost fashion designers of the twentieth century, credited with both the rise of couture and rendering ready-to-wear reputable. In 1974, Yves and partner PIERRE BERGÉ purchased Dar Saada (House of Happiness) in Marrakech and lived there until shortly before his death in 2008. His ashes are scattered at Jardin Majorelle, which neighbours the YSL museum.

~ “Before Marrakech, everything was black. This city taught me colour”.

OUR LARGEST ROOM, It features en-suite bathroom with walk-in shower

relax, recouperate, recharge.

Enjoy a night's sleep fit for a follower of fashion, where this meticulously curated environment ensures that you wake up feeling refreshed, rejuvenated, and ready to conquer the runway of a new day.

A magnificent view.

Open the double glass doors onto a delightful juliette balcony and overlook the head of the pool enjoying a close-up view of its magnificent Moucharabieh arch.

Relax and unwind.

A luxurious soft pink corner sofa-bed set and coffee table invite you into a world of relaxation and tranquillity, where the cares of the day gently slip away and the moments of unwinding become a cherished respite from the outside hustle and bustle.

Finishing touches.

Live alongside contemporary artworks and be inspired by the colour of Morocco — just as Yves was. A delightful vintage study desk with drawers and a console table complete the room.

"The decor is simply exquisite. The rooms are beautiful and it is so evident how they have been influenced by the local habitats."

GREG CHAPMAN / 2023-08-24

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.

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