A hideaway offering discreet and intimate luxury
Berber Lodge has been open since 2017, nestled at the foot of the Atlas Mountains, on the edge of the village of Oumnas, about 25 kilometers south of Marrakech.
The hotel was imagined by the Franco-Swiss designer and architect Romain Michel-Meniere, in collaboration with Karl Fournier and Oliver Marty from Studio KO, and the Parisian landscape architect Arnaud Casaus. This rustic enclave is laid out like a kasbah, a typical Berber village spread over 5 acres in an old olive grove. The hotel was designed in respect of traditional architecture, with Berber artisanal building techniques; clay and mud bricks, reed and palm tree ceilings, eucalyptus wood beams, combined with modern and sophisticated beldi interiors.
Berber Lodge includes 9 pink-tinted lodges, each with its own private garden or patio. Each lodge is tastefully decorated, mixing traditional and design. In each room, you’ll find woven headboards, hand-made Berber carpets, period Moroccan furniture, cushions and handcrafted textiles, colorful fabrics, long grass lampshades, wicker baskets, footstools, cotton curtains, wicker and wooden furniture, and fireplaces. Everything combines harmoniously, inviting to serenity. The bathrooms are equipped with marble sinks, carved wooden towel rails, ultra soft towels, and a rainfall effect bathtub or shower.
The restaurant offers Moroccan cuisine made from local organic products and ingredients grown in the garden. The main house offers a living room, a library, a fireplace, a bar and a dining room for shared use. Outside, a 20x7m swimming pool and an adjoining pergola bar are located at the bottom of the garden.
Berber Lodge a true destination where one can find a haven to slow down and disconnect.
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Double room from 190 € per night during low season.