Accommodation in Morocco

A couple of miles outside walled Taroudant, ‘The Golden Gazelle’ is a luxurious hunting lodge set within 250 fragrant acres of citrus groves, cypress trees, rose bushes and towering bougainvillea. This is one of Morocco’s legendary hotels; colonial-era luxury and...

The ‘House of Dreams’ is quietly set in 5 acres of its own private gardens. Sophisticated receptions take place in the salon almost daily, and the earthy colours of the well-appointed rooms give it a very Saharan feel. There’s enough...

Welcoming discerning guests for almost two centuries, this riad has seen its share of high profile visitors. The 11 rooms and suites surround airy courtyards, with hammam and pool at one end. The decorous salons have exotic antiques and the...

La Mamounia, is nestled in a 17 acre park just 5 minutes walk from the fabulous Jma El-Fna square. Wholly refurbished from 2007-9, the five-star Mamounia is the iconic residence in Morocco, if you prefer grand-dames to boutique riads. There...

AnaYela is a small, 300-year-old city palace in the heart of the Marrakech's historic Medina. Incredibly, the architecture tells the story of a girl called Yela who once lived in this house. All the work was delivered by the hand...

This collection of six boutique riads are set in the midst of the fascinating Old Medina, all restored by skilled craftsmen. Called ‘heritage’ riads thanks to their focus on history, the rooms enjoy intricate ceramic art and plasterwork. All have...

The property's design emulates old Moorish pisé (earthen) buildings and Berber villages that cling to the High Atlas Mountains, with its distinctive rose-blush walls mirroring those of the nearby ‘Red City’, Marrakech. Step through the handcrafted double oak doors into...

As with many of the city’s best hotels, you reach this luxury haven via an unassuming doorway. Once inside the courtyard, you encounter sumptuous sofas and babbling fountains. Intricate lattices frame the rooms, which are a great size, and there’s...

A unique property, an atmosphere of nobility has been carefully nurtured here, with Moorish architecture and authentic antique touches. There are four styles of rooms and suites offering diverse color schemes and fabrics, and the restaurant is one of the...

This 18th century riad is located between the medina and the beach, with stone pillars and superbly sculpted wood. The 12 rooms are exceptional, some of them with romantic views over the Bay of Essaouira. You can also enjoy the...

The romance of staying in a building that dates back to the 14th century is hard to ignore. Now a sophisticated 'maison d’hotes’, you’re surrounded by Moroccan antiquities to ramp up the historic atmosphere. The big draw is the restaurant,...

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