Rabat - Marrakech’s ecological tourist farm Fellah Hotel made it to the list of the world’s top 7 luxury ecotourism facilities, published by Bloomberg Business online.
Rabat – Marrakech’s ecological tourist farm Fellah Hotel made it to the list of the world’s top 7 luxury ecotourism facilities, published by Bloomberg Business online.
Spread over 27 acres of cacti-covered slopes, the resort has 60 rooms inside 10 villas, each with a beautiful view over the Atlas Mountains.
Located in the village of Tassoultante in Marrakech, the Fellah Hotel ranked fourth after Blackberry Farm in Tennessee, Boucan Hotel & Restaurant in St Lucia in the Caribbean and Liberty Hill Farm & Inn in Rochester, in the United States.
The Moroccan ecological resort gained its reputation “thanks to its location at the foot of the Atlas and its view of its snowy heights but also other equally interesting criteria.”
Tourists who visit the Fellah farm can “groom donkeys, feed goats, and collect eggs to be used for meals on the property.”
Describing the Fellah resort, Bloomberg wrote: “It’s appropriately rustic, with décor that’s eco-chic-meets-Moroccan, and the Touco cafe serves traditional street food by the pool.”
The Fellah Farm features a Unesco-recognized art center, Dar al-Ma’mûn, meaning “house of wisdom.” A
According to the website of the tourist resort, Dar al-Ma’mûn “is derived from the name of a 9th century caliph, or ruler, of the Abbasid dynasty who was devoted to teaching cultural diversity.”
Among the many tourist attraction in Marrakech, the Fellah Hotel remains exceptional for its location and services, offering ideal farm-stay vacation to visitors, who prefers calm and nature.
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