Peacock Pavilions is a handmade, artisanal boutique hotel in an olive grove on the outskirts of Marrakech. Part of the M.Montague offerings, Peacock Pavilions was designed and built by American author, blogger and designer, Maryam Montague, and her American husband, Chris Redecke.
The hotel, like the rest of M.Montague brand, supports Project Soar, a non-profit organisation established the couple to empower local Moroccan girls through art and sports, as well as health and English language education.
Located in a private olive grove on the outskirts of Marrakech, Peacock Pavilions is a unique alternative to a traditional riad.
Peacock Pavilions is a hand built, artisanal property. Featured in dozens of magazines and television shows, the hotel is a favourite location for travellers in the know, fashion shoots, yoga and creative retreats, and celebrations of all kinds.
The estate is comprised of three pavilions: the Main Pavilion, the Atlas Pavilion and the Medina Pavilion, as well as outdoor areas.
The hotel features a pool, outdoor gym, outdoor cinema, yoga/activities pavilion, and a painted dining tent. Peacock Pavilions was designed to promote wellbeing and fun.