By Rose



El Fenn Marrakech

After le Jardin majorelle, we headed to El Fenn Hotel where we had a day pass & complementary lunch.
Meaning “Fine Arts” in Arabics, the bohemian El Fenn is a Moroccan gem, a heavenly sanctuary hidden away in the Medina. Don't judge a book by it's cover applies here. It's easy to miss El Fenn since the outside looks unspectacular until you enter. The Riad El Fenn is the most delightful, quaint,romantic place you could imagine.

Back in 2002, the art curator Vanessa Branson and her business partner Howell James found themselves lost in the bustling maze of streets that make up the ancient medina(read more here). Completely by accident, they stumbled into a ruined courtyard of one of Marrakech’s formerly great private homes. They instantly fell in love with the old Riad and set about restoring it. 

-The food at El Fenn was the most delicious I've had during the trip and also the best mint tea in town. Having luncch with far-reaching views of the Atlas Mountains in the massive Moroccan style rooftop was a wonderful way to end the day. 
Sadly I didn't see the rooms but from the pictures you can see they are artistically designed. The staff is kind and welcoming. I cannot wait to stay there when I'm there next.

El Fenn has the dreamiest courtyards with the prettiest mustard sofas. The spa area & outdoor pool are so beautiful. What I love most about El Fenn is even with evolution they still preserve the authentic Moroccan spirit. I was in awe of its beauty, so captivating.

Thank you for reading,
Xoxo, Rose




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