A row of fountains in a garden of roses leads you to the front door of Peacock Pavilions. Everything you see here has a story to tell, with treasures gathered the world over. It’s no wonder that Peacock Pavilions has been featured in over 20 media outlets, from Elle Décor, to Food & Wine, to the New York Times, to House & Garden TV.
The Atlas Pavilion faces the snow capped High Atlas Mountains and you can admire the view from your private rooftop terrace or from the catwalk. The pavilion is 1,300 square feet (135 square meters) and includes a private salon with a soaring 18 foot ceiling and pyramid shaped dome. Admire the Moroccan fantasia horse saddle, the many Egyptian lanterns, a collection of oil paintings, fantastic Moroccan carpets and much more. The ultimate place to relax, the salon has stunning lacy plasterwork that took weeks to complete. There is also down-filled seating for discussions in comfort and a dining area for intimate meals. A walk up the spiral staircase takes you to the cat walk with its vintage hand embroidered seating -- an ideal location to curl up with a book. There are two gorgeous bedrooms that have been featured in many magazine photo shoots, each with its own romantic fireplace and glamorous bathroom. You may specify twin beds or a king bed. Hand painted walls and ceilings are sure to delight the senses. Each bedroom also has 400 square feet of private rooftop terrace with seating as well as small patios.
Down the path from the Atlas Pavilion is The Medina Pavilion The Pavilion is a 2,400 square foot (225 square meters) house with 1,225 square feet (114 square meters) of terraces. In the domed salon, admire the many original French illustrations of the Moroccan colonial period, a beaded chair from the Yoruba tribe, curtains made from antique Yemeni red and silver saris, Persian carpets, Kashmiri embroideries and much more. Everyone can take advantage of a fully equipped kitchen with its patterned tiles and collection of African baskets. There is also an adjoining dining room.with an original ceiling from the Moroccan pasha’s period, as well as glass Egyptian mosque lanterns. The Pavilion boasts three splendid bedrooms, each with a king size bed or twin beds if you prefer. Two of the three bedrooms have their own fireplaces and each private bathroom has tiled floors and vessel sinks. The upstairs bedroom leads out onto a private terrace with its own seating. A more spacious rooftop terrace offers glorious views for all to enjoy.
And there’s more…..
The 800 square-foot Pool is the center piece of the property, inviting you to cool off when the party gets too hot. Loungers & umbrellas offer the perfect spot to sunbathe or read.
Hidden away in the olive grove, you find our Outdoor Cinema. This exclusive theater has a huge screen, amazing surround sound, deckchair seating and a fire pit to warm up those cool evenings. Expect cold beers, hot chocolate and popcorn. It’s a memorable spot to watch Casablanca under the stars.
Another magical feature is our exotic Arabian Dining Tent. Lush carpets create a cozy atmosphere and the one-of-a-kind linens will provide the perfect backdrop to the delicious evening meals that you will be served here. And for the more active ones among you, we offer free access to our small Outdoor Gym as well as our Tented Yoga pavilion - perfect to work off the Moroccan couscous under the shaded thatch. One-on-one personal training or Pilates can be arranged.See more events in this venue
Brightly colored markets lining ancient winding alleyways, filled with magic carpets, brilliant lanterns and vibrant spices. Ecstatic dance, snake charmers, henna-painted hands, mysterious music drifting across a desert landscape. Rich, exotic food to delight and satisfy the senses, served in courtyards hidden behind brightly colored doorways. Bogey to Bacall – “here’s looking at you kid.” These are some facets of the enigmatic jewel that is Morocco.
Join Jennifer MacNiven and Rachel Ford on a magical week in Marrakesh,where we connect with our inner vibrance by becoming intimate with the colorful rhythm of Morocco. Your Souldust Guides will lead you on a creative, intuitive journey of body, mind & soul that includes creative workshops, movement + meditation, and unique cultural experiences and excursions. You will return home with senses ignited and stories to tell.
The call to Souldust Morocco…
Do you ever have those days when life feels a bit grey and uninspired? Are you feeling a yearning for magic and sparkle, a boost of energetic inspiration?
What if you could reinvent yourself for a week as an explorer, a wanderer, a mystic? What if you embodied technicolor living, splashed around in new experiences, tried on a brighter way of being?
We are all powerhouses of vibrant energy, with colorful light bursting at the seams, coiled and eager to get out and play. We just need to give ourselves permission to move, to feel, to fully engage in the moment. To know our own magic.
Join Souldust for a magical, intuitive journey in Marrakesh with creative workshops, movement, meditation, and cultural experiences.
She has been creative since she could hold a crayon in her chubby toddler fist, and led by her intuition for…well, forever. But she strayed from her soul’s path for 15+ years to become a single mother, MBA-holdin’ software executive, triathlete and general overachiever.
While these life choices can be (and sometimes were) guided by intuition, often they ignored natural instinct and resulted in stress, depression and health issues. An overwhelming sense of restlessness, sensory overload and detachment from life’s joys led her back to the paintbrush, journal, hiking trail, yoga mat and passport. To a return to an internal clarity as fresh as mountain air and deep intuitive knowing of what her soul is craving (mostly needs that can be met at summer camp, in an art shack or next to a campfire).
Rachel facilitates workshops, camps, travel adventures and 1:1 coaching. She is an RYT-200 certified yoga teacher and licensed Desire Map facilitator. When not teaching or trying to walk the Souldust path, she can be found hugging her golden retrievers (Betty and Henry), nerding out at sci-fi movies with her teenage son, rearranging the furniture yet again, buying too many art supplies See more photos and other events by this presenter