Destinations in Morroco

Top 7 Results for Boutique Hotels in Morroco

— Marrakech, Morroco

(Rated 9.4, 137 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Marrakech.Located in the Old Medina in Marrakech, Riad 72 is a boutique hotel and offers guest rooms decorated in a traditiona ...

— Marrakech, Morroco

(Rated 9.4, 152 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Marrakech.In the heart of the medina of Marrakech two Ryads have been stylishly transformed into a fabulous small boutique hot ...

— Marrakech, Morroco

(Rated 9.3, 154 reviews)
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One of our bestsellers in Marrakech! This air-conditioned, boutique Riad is built in a Moorish style with a modern touch. It offers a pool on the pati ...

— Marrakech, Morroco

(Rated 9.2, 532 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Marrakech.Spread across 2-hectares of gardens, this boutique hotel, renovated in January 2018, is 10 minutes’ shuttle ride ...

— Marrakech, Morroco

(Rated 9.2, 738 reviews)
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One of our bestsellers in Marrakech! Surrounded by a large garden with an outdoor pool, Hôtel Dar Rhizlane is located in L’Hivernage, Marrakesh, 1 ...

— Marrakech, Morroco

(Rated 9.1, 2 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Marrakech.Set in Marrakech, 1,300 feet from Marrakech Plaza, 2Ciels Boutique Hôtel boasts air-conditioned rooms with free WiF ...

— Casablanca, Morroco

(Rated 9.1, 1 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Casablanca – and a guest favourite. Down Town Hotel By Business & Leisure Hotels is set in the Maarif district in Casabl ...

Morocco - The Land Of The Setting Sun

Morocco is an eclectic North African country with something for everyone to enjoy. If you're a fan of culture, you'll love the rich history of Morocco's imperial cities. Kick back in relaxing destinations like Chefchaouen, or enjoy the pristine beaches and surf in coastal towns like Taghazout and Essaouira. While in Morocco also be sure to check out the tanneries in Fes el Bali, the city famous for its leather products. These tanneries have been in operation since medieval times and remain mostly unchanged. Take a stroll through the blue streets of Chefchaouen found in the Rif Mountains. This 15th century city is famous for its bohemian atmosphere and colourful cobbled streets. Moroccan cuisine is well known for its powerful spices and unique cooking methods. Be sure to sample iconic dishes like tagine and harira on the streets of Medina, or sign up for cooking classes so you can recreate these aromatic dishes at home. Another must is dinner at Djemaa el Fna Square in central Medina. By day this place is filled with food stalls and street vendors. However, once the sun goes down the streets come alive and are filled with jugglers, musicians, snake charmers and more. Top it all off by spending a night at the magical Erg Chebbi dunes in the Sahara Desert. You might recognise these swirling dunes, as they were backdrops for movies like “The Mummy” and “Sahara.”

Travel Morocco

Visit The Colourful Marrakech Medina

The vibrant and colourful city of Marrakech Medina is the highlight of Morocco for many tourists. This city is also one of Morocco’s most popular attractions. Most of the city converges on the Djemaa el-fna Square, where you’ll see everything from stalls and musicians, to snake charmers and acrobats. Experiencing the excitement and passion of the locals here is a must for your travels.

Check Out Morocco And The Tanneries Of Fes el Bali

Like Marrakesh, Fes is one of Morocco's most popular cultural destinations. Known as the old city, Fes el Bali remains completely authentic with it’s easy-to-get-lost-in back alleys and untouched architecture. One of the most popular things to do in Fes is visiting the tanneries.

Marvel At The Roman Ruins Of Volubilis

Morocco’s number one Roman ruin, Volubilis is a dream location for history lovers. In this partly excavated Berber city you’ll see everything from fallen columns and temple ruins, to stunning mosaics still lying where they were unearthed. The location of the ruins also gives visitors an incredible view of the surrounding countryside.

Tips And Travel Information For Morocco

Money Credit and debit cards are accepted in most towns and tourist areas in Morocco. Visa and Mastercard are the most regularly accepted. Just be aware ATMs are harder to find in Morocco, so it’s a good idea to carry cash with you. Getting Around Traveling by train is the most effective and comfortable way to get around Morocco. The train network is not as extensive as it could be, but all of the major tourist destinations are covered. Trains run between Marrakech, Casablanca, Rabat, Tangier, and more. Best Time To Visit Peak Season (Nov - Mar) Moderate (Apr & Oct) Quiet Season (May - Sep) High season in Morocco comes between the months of November and March. During this time accomodation prices are at their highest. Southern regions are popular over Christmas and New Year, however in the north conditions become cold and wet.

Find Boutique Hotels In Morocco

For a stay just as vibrant as the country you’re visiting. Check out our selection of boutique hotels located in Morocco.