Dar Darma owes much to the superbly discriminating eye of its Italian owner. Everywhere your eye looks there is something exquisite for it to fall upon - and there are many. Originally built in the 18th century, it has been reconfigured with four suites and two apartments. Rooms are decorated with a level of individual detail that is almost heartbreaking. Distressed walls are layered with metallic stripes. The finest of vintage standard lamps perch alongside the fat bulges of gloriously decorated vases. The cleverness of contrasts throughout is astounding. This same level of attention shows up in the personalised service where lunches and dinners are prepared on request. A private zone of tranquillity, it is rather hard to believe the bustling souk is a step outside the front door.
The almost haunting beauty of the Blue Apartment. It has a private dining table, fireplace and two double bedrooms and bathrooms.