Located 20 km from the city of Marrakech, on the road to Amizmiz which leads to Lake Lalla Takerkoust, nestles in the hollow of a 7 hectare estate and bordered by the Atlas Mountains, the Palais Paysan.
Philippe Taburiaux, passionate about art and architecture, designed and built a building as contemporary in its lines as it is rustic in its aesthetics, using traditional and rural techniques to create a raw space, without ostentation but giving pride of place to the landscape, space and nature. Here, we understand that silence is a privilege just like meeting the other.
Combining comfort and sobriety, the palace has 18 rooms, all with gardens and private terraces facing the atlas. With the participation of Ludovic Petit - LUP31 - for the unique decoration, combining absolute sobriety, noble and raw materials, bold colours, contemporary creativity and tradition.
The Palais Paysan also offers a fresh and fragrant cuisine, a subtle blend of Moroccan and European cuisine as well as a spa with Jacuzzi, hammam and massage cabins.
A personal interpretation of peasant luxury!