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MOROCCO TRAVEL GUIDE


Morocco Hotels, Restaurants, Spas and More

Whether you're seeking inspiring art, exotic flavors, soothing beaches or hidden pirate coves, Morocco has something to offer even the most seasoned traveler. A trip to a souk, a traditional market, treats visitors to vivid and colorful crafts and clothing sold alongside herbal medicines proclaiming to cure any ailment. Combined with the hustle and bustle of the haggling crowds, regional music and the exoticism of henna painters and snake charmers, the Moroccan markets are not to be missed. For a more relaxing time, take a trip to the local beaches and sunbathe in the warm Mediterranean climate. The incredibly diverse geography lends itself to a broad range of outdoor activities, from cross-country skiing in the Atlas Mountains to camel trekking in the Sahara. The Moroccan cuisine is a mix of Berber, Spanish, Corsican, Portuguese, Middle Eastern, Mediterranean and African styles, creating a truly unique and flavorful experience that travelers won't soon forget.


A guest room at La Mamounia in Marrakech, Morocco
TOP 10 CASTLE HOTELS
La Mamounia

Along with four restaurants and a business center stocked with art books, this Moroccan oasis features a spa with underground pools, treatment rooms and hammams.

TOP 10 HOTEL CULINARY SCHOOLS
Dar Liqama

Learn how to make authentic Moroccan meals at this exotic traditional villa, which emphasizes locally produced fresh ingredients (plenty of saffron and cinnamon), as well as local history, culture and religion.
Rhodes School of Cuisine at the Dar Liqama

Dar Rhizlane
TOP HONEYMOON HOTELS
Dar Rhizlane
The privately owned Dar Rhizlane bills itself as a guest palace, and certainly lives up to the assertion, but on a far more intimate level than Buckingham and Versailles. Hide away amid the palms, steal a kiss beneath a wisteria-draped arch, or sip evening cocktails in the glow of the candlelit pool.

72-HOUR VACATION
Marrakech

The Imperial City of Marrakech is Morocco's foremost tourist destination, with its exotic red buildings, rose gardens and palm groves, all set off by a backdrop of the dramatic, snow-capped Atlas Mountains.

72 Hours in Marrakech

Indulge at the Hotel les Jardins de la Koutoubia in Marrakech, Morocco

BOOK A ROOM
Hotels in Marrakech
It's lucky that Marrakech boasts so many hotels, as it remains Morocco's most popular vacation spot. To find your ideal accommodations, check out these reviews, ratings and room photos.


A SEASON IN MOROCCO
A Culinary Journey

Meera Freeman has written a wonderful personal travelogue on this vibrant corner of North Africa. If you want to explore Morocco via sights, sounds, flavors and tales, you will love this homage.

A Season in Morocco: A Culinary Journey

Guides for other parts of the world

(Updated: 09/27/13 CT)


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