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Where to stay in Marrakesh

Where to stay in Marrakesh

When in Marrakesh, we recommend booking into a traditional riad (a home converted into a hotel). It’s an utterly unique experience, but naturally there are other accommodation options to choose from. Here are some of our favourites:

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  • The riad stay

    Many travellers choose the peace and tranquillity of a riad stay when they are in Marrakesh. There are more than 500 riads dotted throughout the city maze. While some may not look like much from the outside, open the carved wooden padlocks and you’ll be greeted by a courtyard oasis with gorgeous mosaic tiles, palm-fringed swimming pools and traditional hammams (steam baths). Our fav is the Riad Jardin Secret, a haven of authenticity and quirkiness with its pink rooftop and an artist residency. Then there’s the Le Rihani, a magical family-style riad that has the feel of a traditional Moroccan experience, and the service of a five-star boutique hotel. With its picturesque courtyard and elegantly decorated rooms, pool and rooftop terrace, it’s the perfect sanctuary in the city. Don’t miss out on their fabulous spa treatments.

  • The fancy stay

    Want to splurge on your accommodation? The Royal Mansour is considered one of the best luxury hotels in Marrakesh. It was once owned by the King of Morocco and, as you can imagine, no expense was spared in the design and décor. Some of Morocco’s leading artisans were involved in the project. It is conveniently situated a few steps away from the hubbub of the Jemaa el-Fina marketplace,

Frequently asked questions

You’ll want to be close to the action, so we recommend seeking out somewhere in the Medina – the old city centre of Marrakech. From traditional riads (guest houses) to luxury hotels, we can help you find the perfect place to chill out after a day of exploring. 


Marrakesh is a treasure trove to discover, from its ancient medina, exotic souks, and cultural heritage, including the Koutoubia Mosque and the Saadian Tombs. Marrakech has a vibrant culture and nightlife. Located at the foothold of the Atlas Mountains, Marrakesh is the perfect gateway from which to explore Morocco.


Marrakesh has a Mediterranean climate, which means it has hot and dry summers and mild, wet winters. Regardless of when you visit, be prepared for hot days and cooler nights and pack accordingly!


Get lost in the narrow streets and alleyways of the old Marrakech medina, find yourself at the city’s most iconic landmarks and enjoy everything the city of Marrakesh has to offer. You’ll find something to delight in at every turn here in Marrakesh.


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Allow at least three to four days to see the major sites in Marrakech, but you could easily spend a week (or more!) exploring Marrakesh and immersing yourself in all the city has to offer.


Light clothing and comfortable shoes are a must – Marrakech's medina is a maze of narrow streets and alleys, so you may be doing a lot of walking. Sun protection and insect repellent are also recommended.


Marrakesh is a popular spot among tourists, both in its own right and as a gateway to other travel throughout Morocco. You’ll definitely want to spend some time getting to know Marrakesh.


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