The recently built Kasbah Angour, a luxurious hotel constructed from stone in the style of a Berber castle and located in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco is probably the country’s best kept secret - but all that is about to change.
Property Logic commenced 2010 by releasing a special promotion on its award winning Le Jardin de Fleur resort in Saida, Morocco.
Yves Saint Laurent’s Villa Mabrouka, or the House of Luck, is an oasis of exceptional quality perched on a cliff overlooking the coast of Andalusia and the Strait of Gibraltar.
Mention Morocco to the property investor and Marrakech is the first (and perhaps only) destination that springs to mind. The imperial capital of Morocco with its world famous medina has been top of investment locations in Morocco for several years.
Winning awards is becoming a bit of a habit for the Le Jardin de Fleur projects on Morocco’s northern Mediterranean-facing coastline.
John Beckett, 52, has a fairly laid back approach to property investment, in fact he doesn’t classify himself as an ‘investor’ at all, just someone who “loves houses”. And in a global economic meltdown what better mindset to have when deciding the next address to add to the collection.
Already making waves as the flagship Plan Azur resort and boasting a proud quintet of influential CNBC-sponsored Arabian Property Awards, Le Jardin de Fleur is now ready to roll-out its who’s who of hotel operators.
Al Johara – meaning simply ‘the Jewel’ - is a residential masterpiece from the drawing board of award-winning architect, Elie Mouyal, set on 156 acres of land just 20 minutes from the centre of the Rose City of Marrakech.
Radisson Hotels & Resorts, part of a leading hotel chain operating over 330 establishments across 53 countries, has selected a brace of Le Jardin de Fleur resorts within the resort of Mediterrania Saïdia for its first foray into the Moroccan market.
Long before the King of Morocco ratified the Vision 2010 national development plan to help diversify the economy and bring foreign investment, Morocco was a popular destination for international film producers.
Aside from the six Plan Azur coastal resorts, the Moroccan Government has various other Action Plans on the go throughout the country, Tamuda Bay being one of them.
As Morocco’s national tourism strategy, Vision 2010, begins to unfold and a whole new set of infrastructure improvements comes into play, the future is looking brighter than ever in Morocco.
The masterminds behind the purpose-built Moroccan resort, Mediterrania Saidia, are less than surprised to discover that the marina needs extending even before they’ve finished building it.
Adding a little touch of mysticism to their enviable portfolio of global properties, overseas property development specialists David Stanley Redfern Ltd now offer investors Moroccan property from as little as £56k, with attractive 2 bedroom apartments and more adventurous 3 bedroom villas featuring throughout their selection of majestic developments.
Retailers have oft inspired confidence in their products by offering money-back guarantees. “Return the product to us in its original condition within 30 days and we’ll refund in full...” But what about a property? And what about not 30 days later but nine years later?
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