La Gazelle D'Or

Close to the ancient city of Taroudant, set in a garden of fragrant roses, elegant palms, tumbling bougainvillea and citrus groves, and surrounded by parkland, La Gazelle D’Or is all about blissfully cocooned luxury. Privately-owned, the hotel feels like a welcoming home, opulently appointed with Moroccan mosaics, handwoven rugs and valuable antiques.

    Junior Suite Bouganvillie

    Hidden away in the peaceful gardens, in flower-covered stone cottages, just thirty rooms, suites and a large maison are individually decorated with traditional handicrafts and antique furnishings, and include a cosy log fire, spacious lounge and private terrace – where, in keeping with the relaxed ambience, breakfast is served as late as you wish. Each room, designed and decorated in a delightful blend of traditional Moroccan and contemporary European style, has its own bathroom, telephone, minibar, open fireplace and private terrace.

      Jacaranda Suite

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        Grande Suite Jasmin

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          The international and Moroccan cuisine is prepared by two chefs from different backgrounds who have both trained with top names. The produce is organic, most of which comes from the hotel's biodynamic farm. The service is perfect and discreet. The food is superb; lunch is usually taken by the side of the pool and is a vast, colorful buffet of salads, fish and freshly cooked meat. Dinner is a seven-course affair when guests have the choice of sitting in the more formal dining room, decorated with Berber motifs or sitting on the cool terrace. There is a choice of Moroccan and international cuisine for which the hotel has gained its world-famous reputation.

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