Marrakech’s Dar Nanka is a peaceful hideaway from the bustling medina, where the owners’ many antique finds give a shot of character to the villa’s laid-back luxury. Get lost among rows of kaleidoscopic souks before returning for a poolside snooze or garden wander.
Accommodation at Dar Nanka
Rooms Eight, including three suites.
These 35sq m double rooms feature flatscreen TVs, DVD players, CD players, radios, iPod docks and WiFi. Ensuite bathrooms have a shower, hairdryers and bathrobes
Suite with Fireplace, Large Shower and Private Terrace
These 50sq m rooms have private terraces, and can accommodate an extra bed for an additional charge of €50 per night. They have double beds, flatscreen TVs, DVD players, CD players, radios and WiFi, as well as bathrobes and spacious
Pavillion with Large Shower, Private Terrace, Solarium and Micro Pool
These 60sq m suites have king-size beds and can accommodate an extra bed (for an additional charge of €50 per night). They have rooftop micro pools that look over the Atlas Mountains, as well as a solarium, flatscreen TV, DVD and CD player, radio, iPod dock and WiFi.
Master Room with Fireplace, Jacuzzi, Large Shower and Private Terrace
These 50sq m rooms have a private terrace and look out over the swimming pool and Atlas Mountains. Along with the queen-sized beds, they can accommodate up to two extra beds (for an additional charge of €50 per night). These rooms have a private terrace, flatscreen TV, DVD and CD player, iPod dock, radio and WiFi, as well as a Jacuzzi, spacious shower, hairdryer
Drink and Dine at Dar Nanka
Hotel restaurant It’s all very laid-back: there’s no real menu (the kitchen will accommodate most requests) and no need to book – just let the staff know your plans at breakfast time. As well as traditional tagines, you can sample European dishes such as fresh fish, grilled meats, salads, omelettes and sandwiches, all made to order. Choose between eating inside the main house, whose large sliding doors open onto the gardens, or dine outside, where the wrought-iron tables and chairs are dressed with white cloths and comfy cushions.
Dress code Think floaty: an Ozzie Clark kaftan, accessorized with the day’s souk finds.
Last orders Breakfast is an all-day affair; lunch goes on until 4pm and dinner until 11.
Room service 24 hours a day; choose whatever you’d order from the restaurant.
Hotel bar Sink into the squashy leather armchairs and admire the antique silver French till in the indoor bar or sip your tipple poolside.
Health and Wellness at Dar Nanka
Poolside The outdoor swimming pool is surrounded by palm trees, terracotta plant pots and cast-iron sculptures by the locally based Alain Gerez. There are wrought iron sunbeds for solo sunbathers as well as double day beds for honeymooners. An outdoor bar next to the boules court serves refreshing drinks; on the other side of the hotel, manicured gardens are bursting with white roses.
Also You can have manicures, pedicures and massages in your room. Common areas are wheelchair-accessible.
Facilities at Dar Nanka
Facilities :Swimming pool, gardens, boules court, clay tennis courts, library, stash of CDs and DVDs, free WiFi throughout. In rooms: flatscreen TVs, DVD players, radios and iPod docks.
Children Kids are welcome, and some rooms are able to accommodate a single bed and cot. The restaurant doesn’t have a kids’ menu, but provides highchairs and is happy to heat up baby food or adapt its grub for little Smiths.
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Hotel Guide Price £pao
The price is a guide price only to include flights from the UK (other world wide flights available), transfer or car hire as required and one weeks accommodation assuming twin / double room share.
Sports prices are additional as required (see sports centre pages for more on this).
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