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Visit Morocco: Jnane Tamsna

Described as a "serene oasis for the smart & cool", Jnane Tamsna remains my favourite destination in Marrakech. The boutique hotel located about 15 minutes from the centre of Marrakech combines art, gardening, architecture and design to create a beautiful experience for visitors. The hotel integrates 5 houses, 5 pools and a tennis court to create a 5 star boutique hotel that offers 24 individual rooms, private villa rentals and full exclusivity for events. Guest activities include dining, swimming, tennis, camel riding and a host of other activities. Jnane Tamsna also happens to be the only black female owned boutique hotel in Morocco.

Wokie and I had the pleasure of spending two afternoons at Jnane Tamsna to celebrate her birthday. Our experience included brunch, swimming in the heated pools, and unlimited access to the eight-acre grounds. We also had the pleasure of meeting Meryanne Loum-Martin, the owner of Jnane Tamsna.

Our experience at Jnane Tamsna exceeded our expectations. Note only were the meals the best I have ever had in Morocco, the grounds and its facilities were beautiful.

We are very grateful to Meryanne Loum-Martin for her hospitality and for welcoming us to her home.

Guests are given the option of having a 3 course lunch indoors, by the pool, or in the expansive garden.

Meals at Jnane Tamsna draw on Morocco’s rich culinary heritage, and are inspired by modern Mediterranean cuisine.

Pool No 1

Pool & private villa No 2

Wokie in a Madam Wokie kimono.

My yellow gown is from my clothing line MODE by Musu Kaikai. You can shop MODE clothing and accessories online, or in Freetown, Sierra Leone, at Madam Wokie, 14 Syke Street, Brookfields.

Musu Kaikai


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