Luxurious houses of famous people in Morocco

Yves Saint Laurent

Yves Saint Laurent was a legendary French fashion designer who had a deep love and connection with Morocco. He first visited the country in 1966 and fell in love with its vibrant colors, rich textures, and exotic culture. Saint Laurent would go on to buy a house in Marrakesh and spend much of his time there, drawing inspiration from the city’s art, architecture, and landscapes.

He also established a charitable foundation to support the preservation of Morocco’s cultural heritage. Saint Laurent’s love for Morocco is evident in his fashion designs, which often incorporated traditional Moroccan elements such as the caftan, the djellaba, and intricate embroidery.

His legacy continues to be celebrated in Morocco, where the Yves Saint Laurent Museum in Marrakesh showcases his work and his contribution to Moroccan culture.

Richard Branson Kasbat Tamadout

Kasbat Tamadout Branson Villa
Kasbat Tamadout Branson Villa

Richard Branson’s Kasbah Tamadot is a luxurious retreat nestled in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco.

The Kasbah was originally a summer home of a Moroccan nobleman, and was bought by Branson in 1998. He then transformed the property into a stunning hotel, featuring traditional Moroccan architecture, vibrant colors, and a mix of antique and modern decor.

The Kasbah Tamadot offers 28 rooms and suites, all of which are individually designed with a unique theme, such as the Berber Room or the Master Suite. The hotel also features a spa, an infinity pool, and various activities such as cooking classes and hot air balloon rides.

With its stunning mountain views, serene atmosphere, and world-class amenities, the Kasbah Tamadot is a truly special destination in Morocc