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Faissal the weaver

A short story on Faissal , son of a weaver artisan in Marrakech who took over the business of his father making scarves with traditional weaving technics

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Fresh and seasonal

Fresh and seasonal vegetables have always been a priority for the meals we serve in Dar Kawa. From our kitchen garden or from local producers, we are green.

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Jardin Majorelle

Majorelle garden was built by Jacques Majorelle, who settled in Marrakech, bought the land and started the creation of his garden. 40 years of passion…

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Lunch on the terrace

Lunch on the terrace of Dar Kawa is exquisite with a special atmosphere and light that make winter lunches special. In summer we mostly have dinner there…

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Black and White

In black and white or a pallet of greys, we like to play with colors in Dar Kawa. For a table setting or for the dress code of our rooms. Our lifestyle.

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The Spa in Dar Kawa with Sophie Demaret

At Dar Kawa we had the desire to, evolve and develop an untapped space. Several ideas hatched but that of creating a Spa seemed the best. For we have always sought that Dar Kawa is a place of healing and overall wellness.

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La peau de l’homme by Delphine Warin

La peau de l’homme is a serie of photographs shot in a barber shop of Ait Ourir by Delphine Warin. She immersed herself to witness the rural world of men.

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Nomad Cafe, 2 minutes away from Dar Kawa

Nomad cafe is a rooftop restaurant and cafe located in the heart of the medina. Contemporary interior design and modern cuisine. very close to Dar Kawa…

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Tea time on the terrace

Tea time on the terrace of Dar Kawa is a journey on its own. We serve traditional mint tea, local herbal tea or a black tea with homemade cake or cookies.

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SCARAB BEETLE by Pascale Malilo

Beetles by Pascale Malilo makes drawings using the pecking technique. Here a serie of scarab beetles that in ancient egypt symbolizes life and fertility

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