A scenic drive from Marrakech, along untouched Moroccan countryside and local villages, gravel filled paths lead you to Berber Lodge; nestled at the foothills of the Atlas Mountain.
Traditional Berber building techniques; earth bricks and palm tree ceilings combined with Beldi, sophisticated chic interiors. Everything is laid out Berber Village style over two acres of an old olive grove and beautiful gardens.
This ten lodge hotel was created by Swiss designer and architect Romain Michel Meniere with some help of his longtime friends from Studio KO’s Karl Fournier and Oliver Marty as well as Paris based landscape designer Arnaud Casaus.
For more than a decade in Morocco working as an interior designer for many Marrakech’s most popular hotspots, Michel Meniere decided to open his own hotel, showcasing his passion for mixing local architecture with tasteful interiors and a modern take on traditional Moroccan cuisine.