The Hideaways Club, Dar Hasnaa
Check In: 4:00 PM
Check Out: 11:00 AM
Located just 20 minutes away from the heart of Marrakesh sits this rose-pink palace, set in its own walled garden offering a fascinating feast for the senses and providing the perfect sanctuary from the exhilarating chaos of the city. A perfect home away from home with an exceptional view overlooking the snow-capped Atlas Mountains. As you enter the villas wooden gates, you’ll be greeted by a garden of roses, along with palm and olive trees flanking a quirkily-shaped swimming pool. Inside the terracotta-hued villa, walls are hand-furnished, and floors are adorned with Moroccan tilework. Comprised of four massive bedrooms, each lavishly furnished with dark wood poster beds, Moroccan ceramics and trinkets.
It’s a picturesque home with postcard-perfect views. Downstairs, cook a feast and entertain your family and friends by setting a table outdoors on the veranda which overlooks the flower-filled gardens. Fill your days under the Moroccan sun in the privacy of the property or explore everything the city has to offer. Head to clay court for a game of tennis or drive to Marrakesh and taste the famous Ramadan soup Harira and sip the sweet mint tea known as “Moroccan whisky.” For a more relaxing affair away from the hustle and bustle, take a day trip to the Ourika Valley located in the Atlas Mountains.
4 Bedrooms8 People
- DETAILS & AMENITIES
Enjoy one of the most coveted locations in Marrakesh, Morocco.
- GETTING HERE
Pool open all year with heating. Please be aware it is a bit chilly in the cooler months.
Members can arrange all activities, dining reservations and tours with The Hideaways Club Concierge after reserving a vacation. Explore some of the top “must-sees” and “must-dos” while visiting this exquisite destination, and if any appeal to you, be sure to contact the dedicated and knowledgeable concierge to inquire!
Restaurants & Cafes:
Le Comptoir - With its buzzing atmosphere, this is a great place to eat. Secure a table in the main room to catch the fantastic belly dancing show or head upstairs to the bar for post-dinner drinks.
Al Fassia Aguedal - With seating indoors and outdoors, this is the ideal venue for a romantic evening or special occasion. With a traditional Moroccan menu, try the chickpea soup, a fragrant tagine and for dessert, meltingly soft Moroccan pancakes dripping with melted butter and honey.
Le Jardin - Slightly hidden among the winding streets of old Marrakesh, Le Jardin is a stunning restaurant surrounded by lush greenery where turtles roam around the garden eating lettuce at your feet. Try a light Moroccan salad or club sandwich, accompanied by an orange and beet smoothie or a milky date shake.
Cafe Arabe - Cafe Arabe is already a firm favorite among locals. The rooftop terrace overlooks the nearby mosque, and the call to prayer sounds are strikingly beautiful at sundown. Sit back, relax and soak in the contemplative ambiance.
Jad Mahal - Colorful and lively, the Jad Mahal is a thriving Marrakesh nightspot. The décor is decadent, and the entertainment is provided by belly dancers. A great place to kick up your heels and have fun.
Le Theatro - Marrakesh's trendiest disco is an absolute must on the weekends.
Marrakesh Art Gallery - Enjoy Moroccan exhibits at this wonderful gallery located in downtown Marrakesh.
Galerie Noir sur Blanc - You will find different activities are organized here including workshops, book signings, exhibitions, as well as theatrical and music performances.
Festivals - There are so many festivals going on throughout the year in Marrakesh, that no matter what month you are visiting, you are sure to experience some type of outdoor event or festival.
Places of Interest:
The Souks & Jemaa el-Fnaa - This is Marrakesh's main square which changes throughout the day. Early in the day, it's filled with snake charmers, boys with Barbary apes and water sellers; later, there are storytellers, magicians and dozens of food stalls.
Majorelle Garden - Owned by fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent, the Majorelle Garden was built in the 1930s. A Majorelle blue house sits amidst a garden populated with cacti, palm trees and bamboo groves.
The Atlas Mountains - Visiting the Atlas Mountains will leave you awestruck by the spectacular natural beauty of the area. If you are feeling active, trekking should definitely be considered.
Golf d' Amelkis - This spectacular course is the newest in the area and is said to be the most striking in Morocco. Designed by C.B. Robinson, the course is set with palm groves and water traps and is the most technical course in Marrakesh. There are 18 holes, and a par of 72.
Camel Trekking - Camel trekking is an absolute must for many traveling to Morocco. Many find it extremely romantic as you get to take in some of the world's most dramatic and beautiful scenery. The best time to do this activity is between September and February. The camel farm is a great experience for the whole family as they have lots of different kinds of animals and the kids will love it!
Hot-Air Balloon Ride - You can't balloon directly over Marrakesh, but you will be drifting over the beautiful surrounding areas. The excursion lasts for three and a half hours of which you will spend one hour on the hot-air balloon.
Tikida Garden - This spa is dedicated to restoring your wellbeing, vitality and balance. Professional staff specialize in traditional oriental care and other techniques.
The Palace Spa - An award-winning spa which is praised for its expansive range of amenities and treatments, including bespoke massages, hammam rituals, steam baths, as well as rose and honey facials.
Spa Le Mamounia - This incredibly luxurious and stunning spa is a welcoming oasis of calm in bustling Marrakesh. Upstairs you will find a stunning glow of Oriental lighting. The daily pass gives you access to the indoor and outdoor swimming pools and Jacuzzi, as well as a one-hour treatment and lunch.
Day Trip to Essaouira - Follow in the footsteps of Janis Joplin and Jimi Hendrix and visit Essaouira on Morocco's southern coast. It is a picture-perfect coastal town with blinding white-washed walls and rolling Atlantic breakers, all the elements of a laid-back coastal town, making this trip the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of Marrakesh.
33 Rue Majorelle - A splendidly chic boutique with clothing and accessories made by over 50 different designers. It's a wonderfully bright and airy space with lots to choose from. You'll find colorful shawls, impossibly silky tunics, funky prints, handmade jewelry and stylish pottery. They also provide shipping and will happily organize orders.
Magical Marrakesh Tasting Tour - Cycle through Marrakesh taking in the sensory pleasures of its culinary hot-spots. Alongside visiting the city's crucial markets including Jemme El Fna, you'll sample beloved Turkish produce and dishes including rich tagines, crunchy nuts, glossy olives and freshly baked bread known as khubz. Learn about the process of argan oil production and round off your trip with a tour of a spice market.