More than a simple hotel in Marrakech, Villa Makassar is a luxury Riad & boutique hotel located in the heart of the medina. As you enter, you are charmed by the door carved in cedar and mahogany. Once inside, let yourself be carried away by the beauty and magic of the place.
Passionate about the 1919-1939 period, the owner scoured the world for furniture and objects from this period to educate visitors who are connoisseurs or simply lovers of art and beauty. Five years of passion, patience and collaboration with Moroccan artisans have made these 2 luxury Riads an essential reference in Art Deco in Morocco.
We invite you to fully live a unique experience in Marrakech where art is combined with comfort.
Discovering your luxury Riad & boutique hotel,Villa Makassar Marrakech, the marriage between art deco and moorish art, the idea is to mainly introduce the spirit of this art through the dissimilar style of each of our rooms.
From Mondrian to Rhulmann, Leleu to Rodtchenko each room of your luxurious hotel offers a different style inspired from many Art Deco artists. From Stijl, Bauhaus, Wiener Werkstatt, Vkhutemas… Find your movement !
Let yourself be tempted by the charm of Marrakech and its astonishing atmosphere and enhance your stay at Villa Makassar Marrakech where travel means discovery.
From the streamlined geometric style of Mondrian, to the painting style of Dunand, our superior rooms provide a calm and sleek decorative art through the colors, shapes, furniture and texture of details for you to perfectly enjoy your stay.
The green and black shagreen desk is the decoration basis of the Suite Boutet de Montvel. Murano glass wall lights bring a superb touch of color. Live in 1920s Shanghai in the Sassoon Suite. The color of the leather sofa blends perfectly with the furniture and paintings purchased in Asia.
The decor of the Ruhlmann Suite remains timeless with its two leather armchairs found in the Kubista Museum in Prague. The Rousseau suite combines the sobriety of primitive art with the mixture of materials such as shagreen and painted woods so popular with designers of that time.