An oceanfront resort set amongst 60 acres of beachland preserve, this property is a destination business/vacation Hilton on the outskirts of Tangier. With 5 km of unobstructed ocean beyond, the property was designed to preserve sea views while buffeting high winds which pass along this open terrain location.
A central courtyard encircled by 3-stories of guestrooms becomes the hotel’s gathering spot. Guest arrival, lobby lounge, and F&B dining are the pre-amble to this courtyard, which all reflect the traditional public to private transition spaces commonly seen in Muslim architecture. Both architectural and interior design styles reference motifs, profiles, and specific geometries specific to a Moroccan architectural palette.