Morocco's colorful culture is a dream: rich food, traditional décor, olive groves and idyllic pools. Whether you lodge in the center of the Medina or retreat to a former palace hotel, you're guaranteed picture perfect surroundings. Get ready to dive into Moroccan cuisine, have an eye out for architecture and décor and uncover the magic of these 17 Moroccan destinations.
This laid-back hotel lives by the “anti-modern” way of life. The interior décor is all picked from Marrakech’s finest markets and talented craftsmen. Slow down at the Riad Jardin Secret with their complimentary Moroccan breakfasts and hand painted furniture.
Morocco’s beauty is on full display at El Fenn. Think mustard yellow couches, emerald green walls and shade-providing olive trees. El Fenn is an idyllic, romantic hideaway thanks to the influence of Moroccan architect Amine Kabbaj. Not to mention, it's a five minute walk from the world-famous square, Djemaa el Fna.
This bohemian, eclectic hotel will have you sitting poolside, Moroccan style. Feast in their Arabian dining tent, practice your downward facing dog in their yoga pavilion and cozy up at their outdoor cinema in the olive groves.
Refresh and cool down in Riad Yasmine’s insta-worthy pool. This boutique hotel is much more than just a peaceful retreat - it is also a traditional getaway equipped with seven Moorish rooms and Moroccan architecture.
Wicker peacock chairs, chandeliers and charming free-standing tubs make up the seven rooms of Riad De Tarabel. Oozing with Old Hollywood-meets-Marrakesh ambiance, this former home provides luxury and privacy.
This street fair is teeming with local vendors, artists and chefs, letting you wander the streets to shop and dine in the real Morocco. Venture around and get lost in the world of Moroccan design and try not to fall in love with too many items.
This self-professed "home away from home, creative hideaway, to be shared with all travel souls, design addicts & food lovers" is your dreamy Marrakech B&B, found. Simple, authentic and beautiful, this spot is for artistic souls looking for an adventure.
This exotic garden took forty years to create by French painter Jacques Majorelle, who called on both Moorish and Art Deco influences. The Yves Saint Laurent Memorial is one of the highlighted buildings that surrounds the gardens.
Two hotels, double the experience. Riad Mena is a former private home located in the heart of Medina and close to the Jemaa el Fna, Marrakech’s main-square. For a more country experience, escape to the Ourika Valley with yoga on the terrace and a twenty meter natural pool.
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