Le Jardin is the creation of the Spanish landscape designer Luis Vallejo. It covers one and half hectares and is inspired by traditional gardens and agrarian landscapes of Marrakech.
The various elements of the new gardens work together beautifully, showcasing the beauty of not only the plants but the space.
A grid of olive trees mimics the structure of historic gardens, such as the Ménara and the Agdal, forming the backbone of the garden, and lending a sense of unity. Palm groves stand tall, creating, shady zones or sun-dappled clearings as in the hotel’s medina. Date palms rise above the ramparts, visible from the exterior, providing a link to the city outside.
Le Jardin is offering a quite new experience: a poolside pavilion just a step across the garden. Seven pool pavilions, from 45sq/m to 80sq/m, each have a delightful main sitting room, opening onto a poolside terrace, decorated in a style that is resolutely contemporary, minimal and simple.
Sunbeds and swimming pool access: 700 MAD per person
Day Pass: 1500 MAD per person including a sunbed & a discovery lunch at Le Jardin restaurant
Pavilion: 3500 MAD including a lunch & a Bastien Gonzalez treament for two persons
Grand Pavilion: 5500 MAD including a lunch for 4 persons & a Bastien Gonzalez treament for two persons