Top hotels in Morocco
All of our Morocco hotels have been specially chosen to enhance your holiday. So whether you’re looking forward to the feast of colour and sound that is Marrakech or the peace of the Atlas Mountains, our hotels and holiday villas in Morocco have something special to offer. It’s a country unlike any other, and we aim to ensure you get the most out of your stay.
The hotels in Morocco vary quite a lot, so you'll definitely find something to suit your taste as well are your budget. With brilliant luxury hotels in Morocco, you can quite easily pamper yourself. On the other hand, there are pleasant cheap hotels in Morocco too. Whether you want self catered acommodation or all inclusive, there are a range of options for different hotels.
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All Inclusive hotels in Morocco
Hotel Marrakech le Sangho Privilege
LABRANDA Targa Club Aquapark
Eden Andalou Suites, Aquapark & Spa
Family hotels in Morocco
Iberostar Founty Beach Hotel
Iberostar Club Palmeraie Marrakech
LABRANDA Rose Aqua Parc
Club Dar Atlas
Flight time to Morocco
The average flight time to Morocco from the UK is 3 hours 30 minutes.
Things to do in Morocco
Morocco is known for its buzzing cities and large public squares which host merchants and marketplaces. The hustle and bustle of the city life is Morocco is certainly one to marvel at. Morocco is also home to wonderful gardens and gorgeous palaces which make for the perfect sight seeing trip. Other wonderful pieces of architecture in the country include mosques surrounded by lush gardens, fountains and intricate plazas.
Great things to do in Morocco include:
- Bahia Palace
- Jemaa el-Fnaa
- Majorelle Garden
- Koutoubia Mosque
- Ouzoud Falls
- Menara Gardens
- Casablanca Cathedral
Shopping in Morocco
Shopping in Morocco is a colourful experience, albeit one that is also spent haggling most of the time. The country is full of marketplaces where you can try and get the best bargain for wonderful little trinkets. You can find like boutique shops, or even walk around the souks (which are the marketplaces) to find your Moroccan souvenirs. These stalls are full of various things, but there are some things which are typical to Morocco when shopping around.
Typical things to buy in Morocco: