In Pictures: Mazagan Beach Resort celebrity launch party in Morocco

The Mazagan Beach Resort opened with a celebrity-studded launch party in the Doukkala region in Morocco last weekend.

Mazagan Beach Resort celebrity launch party in Morocco
Mazagan Beach Resort celebrity launch party in Morocco

Lotus Group and Sage are among the UK corporates to have booked conferences for 2010 at the luxury Kerzner International-owned resort.

Naomi Campbell, Lindsay Lohan and Yasmin Le Bon were among the celebrity guests at the resort's opening party.

See photos of the celebrity launch party here.

Read Incentive Girl's blog here

Mazagan launch party's celebrity guest list included:

Naomi Campbell
Naomi Watts
Liev Schreiber 
Simon and Yasmin le Bon 
Lisa Snowdon 
Amber le Bon 
Donna Air 
Anton and Lisa Bilton  
Chloe Delevigne  
Kate Driver
Natascha McElhone  
Tallulah Le Bon  
Tamsin Egerton

 

 

 

 

 

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