Unitour Maroc

Palais Soleiman

This palace, once the «official» area of Caid Layadi’s Palace- a former ruler of Marrakech in the 19th century - has been restored over the years to its past original splendour of sculpted wooden and painted ceilings, ancient zellij and majestic space by Mustapha Segueni, a lover of Morocco history and Opera and classic Music.

Regarded as an exemplary specimen of Marrakech’s civil architecture, Palais Soleiman stands as a testament to the exceptional craftsmanship of skilled artisans from Fes and Marrakech, who dedicated years to its construction and ornamentation. Adorned with intricately carved domes, illuminated ceilings, walls adorned with vibrant zellij (glazed tile mosaics), and delicate stucco lacework, Palais Soleiman envelops visitors in a dreamlike ambiance, allowing them to embark on a captivating journey through time and immerse themselves in a rich cultural experience.

Central to this cultural immersion is Moroccan cuisine, globally acclaimed for its unparalleled flavors and generous portions. The art of table setting holds a pivotal role in Moroccan tradition, characterized by fragrant, sensual, and colorful culinary creations that draw influences from diverse sources such as Mesopotamian, Mediterranean, Berber, and Andalusian culinary heritage.

The Patio

290 sqm. 250 persons for dinner, 220 if dine and dance, 400 for dinner cocktail

The Patio, a traditional inner courtyard transformed into a dream setting for prestigious events, boasts surprising proportions and a decor that exudes magnificence. Adorned with zellij (glazed tile mosaics), stucco work, slender columns, intricately carved wooden screens, a fountain, and four splendid salons, The Patio also offers the magical spectacle of a retractable roof that can open up to reveal the starry sky at will. What better setting for art than a place that was originally designed to celebrate beauty?


220 sqm. 180 persons for dinner, 130 if eat and dance, 250 for dinner cocktail

Fafa’s Restaurant stands out with its bold and chic layout, blending styles and eras. An eclectic mix that, juxtaposed against the majestic Arabo-Andalusian architecture of the palace, creates a dialogue between materials and furnishings: English velvet, passementerie, iridescent voile curtains, leather, beveled mirrors, diadem wall sconces, Empire armchairs, 18th-century Russian sofas, and tufted divans.

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