New Hotels Inside Historic Buildings

By Condé Nast Traveler - 2013-05-07T15:50:42Z

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L'Iglesia

El Jadida, Morocco

A sixteenth-century Catholic church turned eight-room hotel in the walled old city of a small port 60 miles south of Casablanca and a three-hour drive from Marrakech; five more rooms are in a nearby capitainerie (harbor master's office) that served as the American consulate until 1896.

The look: Modern B&B, Moroccan style, combining the patina of the original interiors with fresh colors and vintage furniture. Read more.

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