N.J. Estate Once Belonged to a Moroccan King. Now It’s Going to Be a Luxury Hotel. – NJ.com

At this hotel, you’ll truly be staying in a royal suite.

Natirar, a 90-acre former home of a Moroccan king located in Peapack & Gladstone, will join the Pendry chain of luxury hotels with 66 new rooms in the historic mansion, according to a press release from Pendry.

The development will also include permanent residences located on the estate. Called “Pendry Residences Natirar,” the units will be priced from $1.4 million to more than $3 million each, Forbes reported.

Both hotel and residences will be loaded with luxury amenities for outdoor activities, including a spa, swimming pool, tennis court and outdoor activities such as hiking and horseback riding.

The property also includes an existing on-site farm-to-table restaurant and cooking school named Ninety Acres. The property also has a banquet facility and ballroom for weddings.

Natirar – literally, Raritan backwards – was built in 1912 for heiress Kate Macy Ladd and her husband.

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