BERBER LODGE

CITY: MARRAKESH, MOROCCO

FEATURES: DESIGN BY ROMAIN MICHEL MENIERE & STUDIO KO
TEN LODGES
IN-ROOM FIREPLACE
ORGANIC GARDEN
FARM-TO-TABLE RESTAURANT
SWIMMING POOL

RURAL RETREAT NESTLED IN A MOROCCAN OLIVE GROVE.

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A self-described “Love Story” between French-Swiss owner Romain Michel Meniere and the village of Oumnass and its inhabitants; Berber Lodge was built to honor Berber culture, customs, and craftsmanship. After being involved in various hospitality projects in the region, Meniere sought to bring to life a space constructed solely using local resources and envisioned a sustainable haven for guests to retreat. The property was strategically built on an olive grove and surrounded by gardens that include Eucalyptus, Atlas Cedar, wild bamboo, and a variety of organic vegetables used daily as the kitchen's provisions. Moroccan and Mediterranean fare is served daily paired with natural wine sourced in the local Val D’Argan (Essaouira) region.

Embrace NEW CULTURES & CONVERSATIONS.

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Enlisting the help of friends Karl Fournier and Olivier Marty of Studio Ko for interiors and Arnaud Casaus for Landscape design, the compartmentalized space allows for quiet and contemplative nooks where time passes slowly. Guest suites include fireplaces for heating in the winter, stone terraces made from custom local terra-cotta tiles and an eclectic mixture of berber textiles. Statement straw pendant lanterns hang throughout the space providing a warm glow. The property offers a number of experiences including horseback riding, dinner in the Agafay Desert, Spa services, and a relaxing pool nestled within the garden.

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Fruit Platter
Tabernas Pendant
Amphora
Terracotta Vase
Pitcher No. 3

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MARRAKESH

Marrakesh is a true feast for the senses. From the colors and textures of the labyrinth-like souks, to the tastes and smells of the Old City square, there is nothing not to be experienced in the Red City. International visitors and bohemian riads make for long afternoons sipping tea and sparking up interesting conversations.

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