A HISTORICAL landmark has been reinvigorated with the recent opening of Fairmont’s latest residence in Morocco. Overlooking the city of Tangier in the midst of a secluded hillside, the new venture is sure to give all visitors a royal experience.
Set in the Tazi Palace, originally built for the King’s advisor in the 1920s, the 133 room hotel has been entirely transformed by OBMI & CCCRA architects, all while paying homage to its original grandeur, with suites and penthouses also available.
Inside Fairmont The Tazi Palace Tangier
Celebrating the rich history and culture of Morocco, visitors will experience a cultivation of style and artistry native to Tangier, at a hotel which endearingly celebrates its surroundings.
In addition to a fantastic wellness programme and unobstructed views of the Moroccan riviera, the hotel likewise boasts an eclectic mix of fine cuisine. From the Northern Mediterranean fusion of Crudo to the Persian hospitality of Parisa, guests will be spoilt for choice when it comes to dining.
by Ben Sanderson