Lawyer complains over ‘misleading’ holiday suite by Dorchester

It had 12 hammams. An infinity pool facing the Nile. A “three-part eating room” and “seven-stop snacking nook”. “Take your time to savour every last flutter of freshly grilled lamb, seared salmon, and terrana…

Lawyer complains over 'misleading' holiday suite by Dorchester

It had 12 hammams. An infinity pool facing the Nile. A “three-part eating room” and “seven-stop snacking nook”. “Take your time to savour every last flutter of freshly grilled lamb, seared salmon, and terrana prawns.” Now a lawyer has complained that he was “misled” when he booked the suite at Queen of Sheba, in Marrakech.

Also, because the hotel was designed by the same team behind the Dorchester in London, guests were warned that. “It’s never been a one-stop shopping complex,” said spokesman Ayto Moussa. “Some key operators prefer to have their shops in town rather than over the hotel complex.”

The suite itself, with its “curvy walls” and “glass doors”, is, he said, intended to lead guests “from one end of the five-star resort to the other”.

However, the hotel is littered with pictures of other people having a nice time.

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