Hotels in Morocco

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Best cities to book a hotel in Morocco

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€38 - €189

CHEAPEST CITY IN MOROCCOChefchaouen52% cheaperHotels in Chefchaouen are the cheapest in Morocco at just €38 per night on average
MOST EXPENSIVE CITY IN MOROCCOTaghazout58% more expensiveTaghazout has the highest priced hotels in Morocco with rooms averaging €189 per night
MOST POPULAR CITY IN MOROCCOMarrakech77% more users visitedMore momondo users search for hotels in Marrakech than any other city in Morocco

Things to do in Morocco

Hotels in popular cities in Morocco

Below are the most popular cities in Morocco to stay in, as well as some of the best hotels in each area

When to book a hotel in Morocco

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Low seasonAprilcheapest month to stay
High seasonJanuarymost expensive time to stay
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€88 - €159

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Highest day of weekFridayis the most expensive day of the week to book
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Useful insights on Morocco hotels

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Most Popular Hotel (5-star)

Sofitel Essaouira Mogador Golf & Spa

Hotels Near Airport

The cheapest price for a room in Morocco found in the last 7 days is €10/night. This rate is available with Hotel Zaitoune, a 2-star hotel.
Travel with comfort when booking a room with Sofitel Essaouira Mogador Golf & Spa, the most popular 5-star hotel in Morocco (7.2/10 rating - based on 973 reviews).
There are 6,037 hotels in Morocco close to Marrakech Menara. Dar Sarsar Airport is the nearest with a distance of 0.6 km from this airport.

Information about staying in Morocco

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The Moroccan transport network has a high-speed train, which serves Tangier, Rabat, Kenitra, and Casablanca, including carriage rides, sightseeing buses, taxis, a Tramway, and bikes. The paid sightseeing buses move between Marrakech and Tangier, the Tramway makes various stops along Sale and Rabat while renting bikes, scooters, or motorbikes will help you discover hidden treasures of the city. The country’s capital, Rabat has numerous historical attractions to explore; however, Marrakech is arguably the most romanticised city you can stay in. With Morocco hotels like Le Meridien N’Fis and The Red House at your booking disposal, paid visits to famous landmarks such as Dejemaa el-Fnaa Square, Majorelle Gardens, and the 19th century Bahia Palace will be within easy reach. Rabat’s Medina area is a must-visit if you’re up for some bargain hunting for souvenirs and local craftwork along the Souq es Sebbat and Rue Souika shopping streets.

A guided trip to the Sahara Desert is an experience for anyone’s bucket list, and something you won't forget easily. The massive desert stretches over many countries with picturesque sand dunes and Carmel caravans making regular appearances around Merzouga. The Atlas Mountains are Morocco’s dominant mountain range, home to the tallest peak in Northern Africa called Mount Toubkal. It takes several days and a paid local guide tour to fully explore the Atlas Mountains, Barbary Macaques, the Todra Gorge, the UNESCO-recognised Ait-Ben-Haddou, and more. If you are planning to explore the vastness that is Morocco and the surrounding area attractions, we recommend hiring a car for ease of movement. Additionally, it is economical if you stay at cheap hotels in Morocco like Riad Khol, La Villa Normad, or Hotel Riad Enakhil and Spa in Marakesh.

colourful bazaars, traditional Arabic live music, swanky clubbing scene, and cocktail bars are among the many things that attract tourists to the trendy district of Marrakesh. While Marrakesh is where most people will gather for unadulterated night-time action in English pubs, Irish bars, or casinos, there’s another spot that’s been entertaining crowds for years. The Djemaa el Fna Square has been a recognised masterpiece of UNESCO since 2001. It serves as a massive food market where you can shop and eat while enjoying eclectic exhibitions, musical performances, and nightly carnivals. You can catch the plaza at its least frenetic in the morning to enjoy a glass of freshly squeezed orange juice. Then take in the views atop rooftop restaurant cafes like Hadj Mustapha and Grand Balcon du Café Glacier to sample local cuisines such as tajines, freshly fried fish, kebabs, hearty soups, a warming ginger tea called Khoudenjal, and more. To be part of this cultural meeting place in Djemaa el Fna Square, we recommend staying at Morocco hotels like Riad Ifrane and Dar Anika, not only to enjoy city living amenities but the proximity to numerous top areas attractions as well.

Marrakech is a good jumping-off point to paid historical destinations in Morocco like Fez and Essaouira Medina. As the second-largest and UNESCO-recognised Moroccan city, a paid tour of museums, mosques, and various landmarks in the Fez Medin presents unforgettable sightseeing opportunities. A must-see is a paid visit to the massive 11th-century Chouara tannery, the picturesque Al Attarine Madrasa, and the oldest university in the world—Al Quaraouiyine. Inside the 11th-century fortress wall of Oudaias Kasbah is Rabats’ top attraction, where it’s free to stroll the tranquil Andalusian Gardens. You can enjoy a trip atop the district’s northern platform for panoramic views of the Sale to the north and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. There’s a host of touring opportunities in Morocco, especially during the cooler months of April, May, October, and early November. For ease of travel around Rabat, we recommend that you book hotels in Morocco like the Onomo Hotel or Rihab Hotel.

August is the least expensive month to stay in Morocco, with an average price of €23 per night. That price is significantly cheaper than the most expensive month, July.

While the country has many desirable locations to visit, the most popular city in Morocco to travel to is Agadir.

Our data shows that hotel rooms in Al Hoceïma are about 93% more expensive on average than hotel rooms in the rest of Morocco, with a nightly rate of €92.

If you’re looking for the best deal when visiting Morocco, consider staying in Marrakech. According to our data, Marrakech is the least expensive city to spend the night in when visiting Morocco, with an average nightly rate of €7, 73% below the country’s average.

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