Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Ruth and her gal pals had a great time during their recent stay at the El Morocco Inn & Spa.
They took all the rooms and had pretty much every treatment we offer...relaxing in the hot mineral pools and having happy hour "Morocco-tini's" each night at the Hookah Bar!
You too, can rent the whole place for a weekend getaway for your friends...give us a call to find out all about it!
Thanks Ruth, and thanks too, to all the other women who gathered for this fun weekend!
The folks at the El Morocco Inn & Spa
Saturday, October 25, 2008
So, raise your hands if you aren't the least bit nervous about the status of the stock market...
Now, those of you who didn't raise your hands, use them to drive over here! We've created some really amazing, often requested spa packages which, because they are combined with the typical 2 night stay, represent a savings of between $100 to $140!
I mean, come on...it's an inn and we love it, but it's time to offer up some great deals and give everybody a break...so take a peek through our new pages under "Spa" (look at the wide range of spa packages) and "Add-Ons" for some tension loosening, deeply relaxing moments during your next getaway!
Can't wait to see you!
Bruce, Steve, John and Nicoleta
@ the El Morocco Inn & Spa
Wednesday, September 24, 2008
Welcome one and all...to our first posting for our new website and blog at the El Morocco Inn & Spa!
Let's get right down to business...how about that famous secret "Morocco-tini" recipe everyone keeps asking about? Alrighty then, get those Martini shakers ready 'cause this fun drink is "surprisingly light and refreshing" (honest quotes from our guest during our complimentary happy hour!) and easy to prepare.
1 part Sake (No need to chill!)
1 part Orange juice
1 part Cranberry juice
A dash of Sweet Vermouth
Lemon Seltzer (You can always use a can of Squirt since it's mostly for fizz and a hint of lemon!)
1.) Throw 'em all together in that shiny Martini shaker
2.) Shake gently, Moroccan style (hey, the seltzer may blow the top off so be careful!)
3.) Serve in sugared Martini glasses over ice.
4.) Toast your creation with the famous line from Casablanca..."Here's looking at you, kid!"