The building, located in the former servants’ quarters at the time of Jacques Majorelle, was inspired by rammed earth constructions seen throughout the Berber regions of North Africa. It was later renovated – while guarding its rural spirit – by the garden designer Madison Cox. Its interior includes small Moroccan salons with fireplaces and an inner courtyard planted with orange trees and white bougainvilleas. The Café Majorelle is open the same hours as the garden. Breakfast, whether Moroccan or Continental, is served in the morning, and an à la carte menu is offered for lunch, including light salads and warm dishes prepared with fresh, local products.
Throughout the day, one can enjoy cool beverages and seasonal fruit juices, as well as a variety of teas including a traditional Moroccan mint tea infused with wormwood leaves.