Anantara's Sahara Desert resort celebrates Moorish architecture and North African design

by Megan Whitby | 17 Dec 2019
Anantara Tozeur is truly a world-class resort and will bring new levels of Arabian hospitality and luxury to this stunning country.
– Dillip Rajakarier, CEO of Minor Hotels

Anantara has launched a resort in the in southwest Tunisian Sahara Desert with Moorish-inspired architecture and interiors that celebrate the region's design culture.

The 93-room Anantara Tozeur Resort features a variety of accommodation types, including Deluxe Sahara View Rooms, One and Two-Bedroom Villas and clusters of Pool Villas in landscaped courtyards.

Two private three-bedroom Royal Villas each provide 800sq m (8,600sq ft) of indoor living space with an open-plan lounge, sunken dining room, private majlis (sitting / meeting spaces) and outdoor area with an infinity pool and dining area.

The resort is also home to five dining outlets, a spa with six treatment rooms and a marble-lined hammam, floodlit tennis courts, a fitness club with yoga studio and a kids' club.

Interiors feature Arabian and North African designs with North African furnishings, materials and textures, while rooms are decorated with a palette of desert colours chosen to highlight Tunisia’s heritage.

The resort's spacious modern lobby, meanwhile, is a tribute to Moorish architecture, with keyhole archway spaces, a mosaic infinity water feature and a deconstructed chandelier.

Dillip Rajakarier, CEO of Anantara parent company Minor Hotels said: "We’re so proud to debut our luxury brand in North Africa with the launch of this spectacular desert resort in Tunisia. Anantara Tozeur is truly a world-class resort and will bring new levels of Arabian hospitality and luxury to this stunning country."

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Anantara has launched a resort in the in southwest Tunisian Sahara Desert with Moorish-inspired architecture and interiors that celebrate the region's design culture. The 93-room Anantara Tozeur Resort features a variety of accommodation types, including Deluxe Sahara View Rooms, One and Two-Bedroom Villas and clusters of Pool Villas in landscaped courtyards. Two private three-bedroom Royal Villas each provide 800sq m (8,600sq ft) of indoor living space with an open-plan lounge,
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