Hotel guide: Our favorite hotels for Morocco

Your flight to Morocco is booked and wauw  how will you enjoy this beautiful country! Maybe you are planning to go on a road trip, learn how to surf or enjoy the wonderful city life in Marrakech! Now you only have to book your hotels for the different destinations. Below you will find our favorite hotels, which we either stayed at ourselves, visited or spoke to other travelers who recommended these hotels to us. We have always tried to give a budget option and a more luxurious option, so there is something for everyone. Book ahead, because some of these accommodations are sold out quickly. Enjoy your trip!


Marrakech

Hannah House

This small hostel has a rooftop terrace, cozy rooms and a good breakfast. It’s located in the middle of the Medina, a very nice place! Prices from € 23 per night (2 people).

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Riad La Parenthese
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This was the wonderful hotel where we stayed. The hotel has four large rooms that are beautifully decorated. The breakfast is delicious and there is a swimming pool. Price from € 55 per night (2 people).

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L’Oriental Medina Riad
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Good food, beautiful design, and a very nice swimming pool. The perfect place to rest after a day of shopping and getting lost in the Medina. Prices from € 120 per night including breakfast (2pers).

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Taghazout

Salt Surf Taghazout

We stayed here. A nice hostel with a rooftop terrace and good breakfast. There are shared and private rooms. It was a bit noisy, but it also cost only €40 per night (2 people).

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Dar Surf

This is a nice hotel on the water with a relaxing vibe. The rooftop terrace is brand new and the perfect place to relaxe and listen to the sound of the waves. Prices from €28 per night (2 people).

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Munga Guesthouse
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This hotel is pure luxury. It’s decorated with beautiful art, there is delicious food and even though you are right in the centre of town, it’s a quiet place where you can relax. Prices from €120 per night (2pers).

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Ait Ben Haddou

Paradise of Silence

This hotel is located just outside the center of Ait Ben Haddou and has a nice view of the old city. There is a swimming pool, with ice cold water/ From 40 euros per night for two people.

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Kasbah Tebi
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You will find this cozy Kasbah in the middle of the old center. Enjoy breakfast on the beautiful rooftop terrace, or take some rest in the spacious rooms. Prices from 60 euros per night including breakfast (2 people).

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Kasbah Isfoula
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This beautiful hotel is 2.5 kilometres away from Ait Ben Haddou. The rooms are light and spacious and I absolutely love the decor! Prices from 110 euros per night including delicious breakfast (2 persons).

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Merzouga / de Erg Chebbi Sahara

Omar Camel Trekking

This is the camp where we had our overnight stay and camel ride. Definitely recommended, with incredibly nice people. Don’t be shocked by the outdated website, just send Omar an email. Payment happens after your stay. From 80 euros per night.

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Luxury Desert Camp
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Looking for camping in the ultimate luxury, then book these tents. They contain a lot more privacy, separate activities and you can reach the camp by private jet, haha, if you have one of course! Prices from 320 euros per night.

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Kanz Emmeral
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Are you considering staying in Merzouga for one night? Then this hotel is an absolute must. It is located a few kilometres outside Merzouga and from the swimming pool you have a view of the sand dunes of Erg Chebbi. Prices from 60 euros per night.

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Tamnougalt /Agdz

Ecolodge Bab El Oued
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An oasis of peace, that’s how I would describe this hotel. In the middle of nowhere, there is suddenly this little paradise that is completely sustainable. I already wrote about it extensively in this blog. There is a swimming pool, great food and peacocks are walking around freely. Agdz is a good stopover for when you drive from the coast to the Erg Chebbi desert. Prices from 75 euros per night including delicious breakfast (2 people).

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