We stayed at the Four Seasons Marrakech while visiting Morocco. We spent five nights and six days at the property, and had an incredible stay! This is the third Four Seasons that I’ve visited (Four Seasons, Chiang Mai and Four Seasons Costa Rica), and I am always impressed! When booking a hotel, it’s really important for me to trust the brand. The consistency of luxury and service across the Four Seasons property always makes me feel comfortable booking a room anywhere in the world.
Above: This is the walkway from the main lobby to the pools. Straight ahead is the restaurant where they serve breakfast.
The property is filled with beautiful landscaping and palm trees. You can shop my swimsuit here. I am wearing a size US4 and it’s $81 for the top and the bottom. I wore this hat daily on my trip. You can shop the hat here.
Morocco is know for its delicious orange juice. You can find orange trees around the property.
Above is the walkway from the lobby to the pool. I’ve never met a flower wall I did not love!
I ordered one of the specialty cocktails at the Inara Lounge.
The photo above was taken while walking around the city’s old town. The entire city of Marrakech is painted in this clay color. The paint color absorbs the sunlight. It’s actually illegal to paint your building or home any other color. If you painted your home white, for example, it would be blinding to your neighbor (Marrakesh is in the desert and the sun is VERY bright).
I wore this French Connection Shirt Dress many times on my trip! It was perfect for the summer heat and really easy to throw on as a swimsuit cover up (I am 5’3 so it works for petite women). For the taller people, it makes a great tunic too! I am wearing a US 2 for reference.