Wake up to views of the cigognes (storks) on the Badi Palace walls at this revamped 17th-century merchant's home. Bearing the imprint of architect Charles Boccara, each of the 11 rooms is unique: whether you snooze in a tent-like bed in the blue-tadelakt Sahara room or in a gilt four-poster in the ruby-red Harem room. The citrus-scented courtyard and domed hammam induce relaxation.