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Morocco Imperial Cities – $4,295 to $6,975 per person


Day 1
  • Meet our local representative on arrival at Casablanca International Airport
  • Transfer to Hyatt Regency Casablanca (± 30 minutes)
  • Stay at Hyatt Regency Casablanca in a Deluxe Room for 1 night
  • Breakfast included
The Hyatt Regency Casablanca hotel is ideally situated in the centre of Casablanca, a legendary city and main commercial and financial hub of Morocco. Located right in the United Nations Square, Hyatt Regency Casablanca is steps away from the Old Medina, the Quarter of Habbous and the central market, ensuring that it’s one of the best situated hotels in Casablanca and, indeed, one of the finest luxury hotels Morocco has to offer. The hotel features 255 luxury guestrooms and suites with exclusive views of the Great Hassan II Mosque and the Atlantic Ocean, some of the finest 5 star Casablanca accommodation available. Close to the Port of Casablanca and the commercial quarters, Hyatt Regency Casablanca is a modern oasis in the heart of a vibrant metropolis. Here you’ll find the incredible old medina on one side of our magnificent Hyatt Regency Casablanca hotel, the amazing place des Nations Unies on the other and stunning views all around. With so many options, you may choose to wander through Casablanca port to the Corniche, shop in Habbous or board the cable cars for a tour of the city.
Day 2
  • Morning tour of Casablanca visiting Hassan II Grand Mosque
  • Afternoon transfer to Fes including tour of Meknes and Volubilis
  • Stay at Riad Fes in a Deluxe Room for 3 nights
  • Breakfast included
A subtle mix of Andalusian sumptuousness and Moroccan art de vivre, the Riad Fès reflects its prestigious past and the refined civilisation to which it belongs. This majestic palace is an authentic example of Hispanic-Moorish architecture, boasting four harmoniously styled patios, sculpted doors and zelliges on the walls, stucco arcades and marble basins. It offers panoramic views of the magical spectacle of the sun rising over the Fès Medina, and the Atlas mountains. Hammams and massages, fountains, smoking-rooms, sophisticated cuisine and a trendy lounge bar: this is a world where traditions and contemporary conveniences combine delightfully. Although the Riad is designed and furnished in traditional style, the owners have added a few 21st century luxuries like a rooftop Jacuzzi and gym, air conditioning, a swimming pool and even a lift. The four rooms and 13 suites are lavishly and uniquely decorated: some with four-poster beds and ornate chandeliers, others spread over two floors. The Riad has three restaurants specializing in excellent local and Moroccan cuisine. The Riad Fes has succeeded in combining refinement with inspiration and invites you to relax and enjoy your stay in a serene atmosphere with décor reminiscent of Arabian Nights. Restored to its’ original glory, the Riad Fes provides guests with the opportunity to travel back in time and enjoy the splendour and authenticity of the Fassie lifestyle of the Fès nobility. The prestigious history and refined civilization of this Imperial city is reflected in the Spanish Moorish architecture and attention to detail seen in the décor. The Riad Fès welcomes you to share your time in Fès in the comfort and luxury of their residence “turned” luxury hotel.
Guided touring over the next several days is tailored to your interests but might include:
Casablanca – A sightseeing tour around the port city of Casablanca, Morocco’s largest metropolis and its industrial hub. Visit Hassan II Grand Mosque -The mosque is amongst the largest in the world and can house as many as 25,000 worshipers. The mosque’s minaret is the tallest religious structure in the world.
Fes – Fes is timeless and one of the least untouched and secretive cities in the world. Once the capital of Morocco, it remains the undisputed religious, artistic and intellectual centre of the country. Explore the 9,000 narrow lanes and alleys that make up the labyrinth of the city’s old quarter. Visit the historic Nejjarine Fountain, fine palaces, mosques and medrassas (Koran Schools) that are dotted throughout the city.
Day 3
  • Transfer by road from Fes to Rabat via Meknes and Volubilis
  • Stay at Les Jardins de la Medina in a Superior Room for 1 night
  • Breakfast included
Les Jardins de la Medina is located in Marrakech medina, Morocco, 500 metres from the Royal Palace, and two kilometres from Djemma el Fna market square and Marrakech town centre. Once part of a Marrakchi prince’s riad, les Jardins de la Medina has been converted into a peaceful boutique hotel. The 36 air-conditioned guestrooms are decorated with wooden furnishings, bright fabrics, and Moroccan touches. Amenities include satellite television, minibars, and safes. Superior and deluxe rooms include DVD players. The high walls enclose a swimming pool and tranquil gardens, where guests can relax in hammocks surrounded by the scents of orange trees and jacaranda. Views over the busy Medina or towards the Atlas mountains can be admired from the hotel’s several roof terraces. The extensive beauty services on offer at Les Jardins de la Medina range from a traditional hammam in the hotel’s own Moorish baths to massage treatments and a spa tub. The hotel also features an open-air fitness area, a boutique, a bureau de change, and a hair salon. A complimentary buffet breakfast is served each day at les Jardins de la Medina’s restaurant, Karintia. The restaurant offers both Moroccan and international dishes, and the outdoor terrace overlooks the pool and gardens. The adjacent pool restaurant serves light snacks and drinks, and a Mediterranean buffet every Sunday.
Meknes – Meknes is one of the Imperial cities of Morocco where the monuments reflect the splendor of this 17th century city. Visit Bab Mansour gateway, the granaries and stables of the great Moulay Ismail and his mausoleum.
Volubilis – Continue to the Roman ruined city of Volubilis with its beautifully preserved mosaic’s dating largely from the 2nd and 3rd centuries AD, although excavations have revealed that the site was originally settled by Carthaginian traders even earlier.
Day 5
  • Transfer from Rabat to Marrakech
  • Day 6 – Tour of Ait Benhaddou
  • Day 7 – Full day tour of Marrakech
  • Stay at Riad Farnatchi in a Suite for 3 nights
  • Breakfast included
Riad Farnatchi is a small, chic riad with the style and service of a 5 star boutique hotel set in the oldest section of the Medina. The relaxed intimacy provides a sanctuary from the bustle of Marrakech’s vibrant markets and allows guests to embrace the relaxed pace. Converted from five riads into one boutique hotel, the Riad Farnatchi is a labyrinth-like twist of hidden nooks and secret refuges where guests socialize among intricately hand crafted furnishings. Minimal decorations highlight the delicate artwork of impossibly elaborate bed headboards and lavish embroideries. Of course, the Medina is right outside for a vibrant slice of Moroccan market life. Guests with an equal measure of spirituality and gumption will be awestruck after a hike up the Atlas Mountains. Or just soak in the Riad’s jet streamed pool or receive a massage in the traditional white marble hammam before finishing the day with a soothing shisha on your private terrace. Riad Farnatchi’s five beautifully decorated rooms never let you forget you’re in Morocco, Berber carpets, hand-forged lamps, and handsomely hand-tiled bedside tables; bathrooms are equally stunning, with marble tubs, yellow granite sinks, and Philippe Stark fixtures. Although rooms are swish, what really makes this place sing are the public spaces, including two courtyards—one with a lap pool, the other with a hamman—and a lushly planted rooftop with views over Marrakech. Every detail of hotel has been considered with guests’ comfort in mind, making it one of Marrakech’s most refined takes on the private courtyard-house hotel. The polished-marble hammam, handmade beds, glass dining table are the essence of modern style in ancient surroundings. Quite uniquely, almost every piece of furniture has been specially designed and made for Riad Farnatchi in Marrakech. The style reflects a fascinating fusion of traditional Moroccan and modern European design. It is unmistakably Moroccan and exotic whilst being supremely comfortable and practical.

Full day sightseeing – Set out to discover the secrets of Marrakech, the most famous city in Morocco. Most of the city’s architectural attractions are inside the Medina, the old walled section of the town. Built in the 12th century, the Koutoubia minaret is the most perfect Islamic religious structure in North Africa. This famous landmark dominates the local skyline and can easily be spotted from all of Marrakech. Another jewel of Marrakech is the Koranic school that was built around 1570; the Medrasa Ben Youssef is the biggest medersa in the whole of the Maghreb. Hidden away behind high walls are the Saadian Tombs. The Mausoleum displays a very high level of decoration, using traditional stucco and Granada-style carving, typical of classical Moroccan buildings. The Bahia Palace is a masterpiece of domestic architecture which gives a good idea of how the privileged lived in the 19th century in the Imperial city. The use of marble, stucco and mosaics predominates in the apartments, opening on to courtyards filled with fountains and plant life. Dar Si Said is one of the most beautiful palaces, now home to the museum of Moroccan Arts and Crafts. Inside are stunning collections of traditional woven carpets and Berber silver jewelry.
Half day sightseeing – You will enjoy the gardens of Marrakech, starting by the Menara gardens that were built in the 12 century and surrounded by orchards and olive groves. The intention of the basin was to irrigate the surrounding gardens and orchards using a sophisticated system called Qanat. The basin is supplied with water thanks to an old hydraulic system which conveys water from the mountains located at 30 km approximately away from Marrakech. Continue to discover the Majorelle gardens, created by French painter Jacques Majorelle in 1924 and later opened to the public in 1947. They were later purchased by designer Yves Saint Laurent who established a trust to protect the future existence of the garden. He founded a small Islamic art museum located on the premises in a bright blue house, which was once the painting studio of Majorelle. These peaceful garden settings offer a variety of exotic plants such as bamboo, cacti, bougainvillea and palms. Streams and fish filled pools also flow through the gardens.

Day 8
  • Transfer from Riad Farnatchi to Marrakech Airport

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