The lush, green space of Jardin Majorelle is a hop, skip and a jump from this eight-room boutique hotel, which blends Moroccan tradition with 20th-century design.
Maison Brummell Majorelle is a new addition to the city, designed by New Zealand architect Bergendy Cooke and Moroccan architect Amine Abouraoui. The hotel cuts a striking figure on Marrakech’s Rue Al Madina, clad in terracotta-tinted tadelakt plaster, which emphasises the smooth, arch-shaped cutouts around its windows.
The hotel is laid out like a family home, with a traditional Moroccan kitchen and communal areas with open fireplaces and low sofas. Guests can stop into the hammam for a steam bath before retiring to one of the boutique hotel’s eight rooms, which start from around €220 per night.
Each suite is decked out in muted tones, with terrazzo stone floors, billowing curtains and, if you check into a Garden Deluxe, its own green space. Design fans can also enjoy a tight curation of iconic 20th-century pieces, including lamps by Ingo Maurer and chairs by Egon Eiermann.
7 Rue Al Madina, Marrakesh 40000, Morocco