Villa Josephine in Tangier
The Villa Josephine was built by Walter Harris, a famous Times Journalist, inhabited by the Duke of Dovar and used as a summer residence by the Marrakech Glaoui family. It has a unique style amongst the other Moroccan architecture, a Mauritanian feel, decorated with flavours of Africa and the French riviera.
There are eleven rooms and suites, offering tv, dvd, internet and a safe.
Facilities include the swimming pool surrounded by a tropical garden, the Harris lounge bar with a rather English feel, and a dining room with a large table at which you may be served French and Moroccan food.
The Villa Josephine does not normally accept children under 12 years old.
Free nights, upgrades, hammam & massage and honeymoon special offers.
Colourful dunes and natural rock landscapes of the Sahara
Live like Lawrence of Arabia and cross the orange dunes on a camel