Le Temple Des Art Ourzazate
Where the 7th Art meets the other Arts
As soon as you pass through the front door and its walls of pisé, you penetrate into the mesmerizing set of this Temple dedicated to the dreams proper to movie making. Made of several spots where everyone can enjoy intimacy or relax in the quiet Ouarzazate, Temple des Arts offers a whole universe of hidden recesses, dedicated to History and Art. You may enjoy a mint tea in a luxuriously bright patio, lined with Mesopotamian bas-reliefs, among Egyptian papyrus and surrounded by marble ponds evoking the Tiger and the Euphrates … Or, if you prefer you can dip into the pillows of the luxurious Moroccan lounge dominating the gardens and the mirror-like swimming pool. «The Temple of Bacchus Bar» with its stylish fireplace, serves the best drinks and cocktails, to start or end your evenings in an intimate relaxation.
The suite, reconstituted according to the decorations of the famous movie includes a bedroom with bas-reliefs of lotus flowers and a monumental four-poster bed, a lounge-boudoir with its own fireplace and a bathroom in gigantic dimensions with hand-painted walls.
The bathtub is made of Taddelakt, in dimensions in line with this famous Queen of Egypt.
The suite has 2 balconies looking onto the garden or the swimming pool and offers a magnificent view on the hills surrounding Ouarzazate.
Inspired by the set of Martin Scorsese’s famous movie, partly shot in Ouarzazate, the suite combines the splendors of Asia, the mysteries of India and the Himalayan purity.
The room has 2 balconies looking onto the Garden and has its own chimney in order to enjoy the winter evenings.
A Zen-style separate boudoir, allows you to relax and to leave place to musing.
Its numerous buddhas and its bathtub surrounded with columns invite into meditation.
The bed, unique in its impressive dimensions gives to your nights the serenity of Asia.
Gladiator Junior Suite
The Ancient Rome and the luxurious life of the Patricians are gathered in the set of this room unique in its kind which overhangs the Mesopotamian patio.
Its furniture, inspired of those ancient times, contributes to this timeless journey.
The mural painting which decorates the main wall required several hundreds of work hours.
Its bathtub made of Taddelakht, with antique colonnades will make your bath an unforgettable memory, while the purity of the marble will carry you into the Roman Thermal baths.
Alexander the Great Junior Suite
En hommage au film magnifique d’Oliver Stone, le décor de cette suite junior reconstitue les fastes de la Perse babylonienne conquise par ce bâtisseur d’empire mort à 32 ans seulement.
Surplombant le patio Mésopotamie, la chambre aux ogives et aux colonnes grecques possède un décor qui célèbre l’épopée de ce grand Roi qui parcourut, sans perdre une seule bataille, l’Egypte, la Perse, la Syrie et la Mésopotamie et qui mourut à Babylone.
La salle de bains est dotée d’une baignoire en Tadelakt surmontée de colonnes antiques. Les bains aux pétales de rose et d’essences rares vous laisseront un souvenir royal et inoubliable.
In homage to Oliver Stone’s magnificent movie, the set of this junior suite is inspired from the splendours of Babylonian Persia which was conquered by this empire builder who died at the age of 32.
Overhanging the Mesopotamian Patio, the room with nose cones windows and Greek columns has a set which celebrates the epic life of this great King who went through Egypt, Persia, Syria and Mesopotamia and died in Babylon.
The bathroom is fit with a Tadelakt bathtub, surmounted by antique columns. A Bath with amber and rose petals will make a royal and unforgettable memory.
Lawrence Of Arabia Junior Suite
This junior suite is a reconstruction of a Bivouac in the Moroccan desert, in an air-conditioned version. In a Berber set, surrounded with wool hangings, leather and copper, you will be transported far away from the stressful modern life and you will rediscover the plenitude of the simplicity of the desert. The bathroom made of pink marble is the only exception to the asceticism of this suite. A privative lounge will allow you to relax and enjoy your breakfast, a few miles only from the Desert.
This room celebrates the Thousand and One nights during which Shehrazad narrated to the King her 1001 Persian tales At the end, he married her instead of killing her. The set, enriched by the satins and the silks of Arabia, will take you in a world of oriental mystery, where you will enjoy the far times splendours. You will relax in its bathtub with columns and its green marbled bathroom.
Les ament de mogador Room
Based on Souhail Ben Barka’s famous movie, the set is inspired by the Art Deco style of colonial Morocco, in the 30s. Mixing purity of lines and geometrical designs for that period, the room made of Walnut, in colonial style, will take you into the Morocco of the 30s. The freshness of the floor made of traditional Zellige and the numerous niches in the walls contrast with the French style furniture and make this room the only European style room in The Temple of Arts.