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Accommodation In Morocco

Hello, intrepid traveller! You’re invited to the mysterious, magical and always colourful Morocco, an African country with French colonial roots and the unflagging spirit of a desert nomad. Wander the bustling medinas (town centres), haggle your way to a fair price in the souks (marketplaces) and feel your spirits lift at the stunning mosques. It’s all here in Morocco, a country of sizzling deserts, sweeping mountains and beautiful shorelines. Don’t stay in your Morocco accommodation long. Instead, embrace the nomad spirit and give into your wanderlust.

Things to Do in Morocco

Morocco is a place where an adventure can appear on every street, where each souk holds new treasures and every cup of mint tea will be the best you’ve ever tasted. One of the country’s defining cities is Casablanca, home to the humungous Hassan II Mosque, so bring your camera along!

Next, steer your camel to Fez and lose yourself in the labyrinth of old streets in this medieval city. Finally, make your way to the “Red City” of Marrakech, which includes Saadian tombs, the Koutoubia Mosque with its 12th-century minaret and Jamaa el-Fnaa, the largest square in Africa.

Wash off the desert dust in a soothing Hammam (steam bath), and revive your spirits (and your stomach) with an amazing dish of couscous. Morocco hotels are great, but if the spirit takes you, try sleeping out under the stars like the ancient nomads.

Getting to & Around Morocco

You can fly into numerous airports into Morocco, but the largest option is Mohammed V International Airport (CMN), which will deposit you right into Casablanca. Once you make it to Morocco, you’ll find that convenient, high-speed trains connect the largest cities. In other parts of the country, you can grab a ride on a luxury bus or, if you’re feeling especially adventurous, a shared taxi.

Haggling can be a lot of fun in the souk, but airline employees won’t be game. Instead, if you want to save on flights and hotels in Morocco, use Wotif. We make it fast and easy to snag great savings on Morocco packages!

How much is a hotel room in Morocco?

Hotels in Morocco start at per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

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