A heady mix of colour and culture at the gateway to Africa, Morocco is a country of contrast. From the vast arid deserts and undulating mountain ranges to the ancient cities and traditional towns that house hospitable locals.
Mesmerising landscapes hold picture-postcard appeal, most notably the famous Atlas Mountains that offer breath-taking panoramas, and the Sahara Desert, and the sandy shores along the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. Famous cities include Marrakech, Tangiers, and Casablanca, and many other memorable ports of call that will lead you on a journey brimming with interesting history, art, architecture, and authentic cuisine. Wander through alleyways leading to bustling souks, where colourful spices and shimmering silks adorn the stalls, indulge in a traditional Hammam with rejuvenating salt scrubs and steam baths, or head out on active adventures, ascending the mountains on hiking trails. Boutique riads provide lavish places to stay, while panoramic terraces and grand squares allow visitors to soak up the atmosphere, perhaps while polishing off a richly flavoured tagine.
Royal Mansour Marrakech
If you’re looking to be pampered like the sultans of old then Royal Mansour is the hotel for you. Owned and designed by Morocco’s King Mohammed VI, the hotel was conceived as a city within a city – and could certainly pass f [...]View Hotel
An award-winning property in Sir Richard Branson’s lavish hotel portfolio, the striking Kasbah Tamadot is an exclusive hideaway located high in the Atlas Mountains in Morocco. Lofty luxury abounds throughout the hotel, with Berb [...]View Hotel
Mandarin Oriental Marrakech
Discover a cool, contemporary oasis set in ten acres of fragrant grounds dotted with olive trees, within easy reach of Marrakech’s foremost sights and city centre attractions. Moroccan heritage meets Oriental charm as fabulous 5 [...]View Hotel