Designed with eco-conscious, arts and gastronomic travellers in mind, the new hotel provides wellness and culinary experiences in an eco-friendly, art-filled space.
A signature hospitality approach
The View’s approach to hospitality is to inspire the guest’s mind, body and senses in a luxury setting blending tradition with modernity.
Here, culinary experiences come from award-winning chefs and rooms are decorated with the work of local artists and artisans. Experiences offered at the property will include a series of workshops ranging from yoga to Moroccan cooking.
Striving for optimum sustainability, the hotel operates according to eco-friendly practices and strives to collaborate with local businesses that share the hotel’s ethical approach and care for the environment.
Wellness, arts and gastronomy
The hotel’s 272 rooms and suites, decorated in blue and white, reflect Berber and Amazigh culture through their design, and each of them comes with a balcony or terrace and large windows overlooking the ocean, pool or gardens. The Royal Suite also comes with butler service.
Facilities at this property encompassing a private beach include a pool, fitness centre, and The AMAYA spa offering hammam and other signature treatments.
Fostering a social environment, the property is home to a number of restaurant and bar experiences including the neo-Moroccan Mima Kitchen, Le Sensya by Michelin star chef Francesco Franzese, and Le V. for Moroccan and international breakfast dishes.
Bars and lounges within the property include Ledielle pool bar featuring a resident DJ, Cedar Bar for live music and entertainment, Chay Lounge offering the Moroccan tea ritual, and the May 2024 opening Buddha Bar.