The interior designer of this charming hotel implemented local objects and those collected during his extensive travels in Asia, America or Europe to create this amalgam of styles. The precious hotel is located 2 minutes from Jamaa El Fna. The various sources of inspiration, collected from so many different corners of the globe, make this Dar a residence of indefinable style, a place steeped in sensibility.--This charming and historical hotel was fully renovated in 2010. There are a total of only 5 rooms on offer. Guests are welcomed in the lobby with 24-hour reception and check-out services. Facilities include air conditioning, a hotel safe, TV lounge, breakfast room, dining room and laundry service. Muslim people need a marriage certificate to share a double room.--The rooms of the Dar are presented in a refined and sophisticated way, all possessing names of precious gems. The Ruby Room has an old English four-poster bed. Oriental rugs and an embroidered red bedspread by Brigitte Perkins create the focus of the room. The Emerald Room is bathed in a luxurious and serene atmosphere, enhanced by its bedspread and curtains in soft green shades. The Amethyst Room is enlightened by its ochre walls and the fine details of its decoration. The en suite bathrooms with a shower and hairdryer were all recently renovated with real jewels, beige marble and glass tables. Further standard in-room amenities include a safe, tea and coffee making facilities, air conditioning and individually regulated heating.--For guests' relaxation, the hotel features 3 sitting rooms on the higher floor reserved for personal reading or meditative moments. Subtly decorated, they inspire the imagination that guests require during their stay. There are also sun loungers laid out ready for use.--Guests need only to state their personal preferences with respect to their meals and their linen. The rest will be gladly looked after by the hotel.