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3 Luxurious Reasons To Visit Morocco

Northern Africa, particularly Morocco, is fast becoming a must-visit destination among those who love travel. From their rich culture to the beautiful landscapes, this is definitely a place that has appeared on many people’s things to do list. Recently featured as some of the best hotels in Morocco, take a look at the following places to stay. They are just three of the reasons why we can’t wait to visit Morocco!

 

1. La Mamounia

“Here is a hotel so synonymous with Marrakech, that its myths and legends are intrinsic to the city’s glamorous bohemian history. The grand dame of Morocco is as fabulous and seductive as ever. Every inch of this palatial-like property has been hyper-considered to make the guest feel as though they have arrived in some regal estate of an Arabian kingdom. Liveried guards greet you at the grand entrance and breeze through ‘hello’ in any number of languages. It feels as though you have entered a grand secret lounge bar hidden behind a souk door.”

– ERIN FLORIO for Condé Nast Traveler

2. Royal Mansour Marrakech

“It took over 1,500 local artisans to create this Marrakech icon, and no detail was overlooked, from the sumptuous stucco work to the manicured walled gardens. When we think of traveling to a place like Morocco, this is the kind of hotel we dream about.”

– TODD PLUMMER for Condé Nast Traveler

3. The Oberoi, Marrakech

“The Indian family group, known for its intuitive service and up-close palace views of landmarks such as the Taj Mahal, resurrect the refined elegance of La Mamounia’s heyday with this marble-and-zellige-tile retreat, setting a lofty new bar for the upmarket Marrakech scene. It’s up there with the Royal Mansour. What the Oberoi adds is front-row seats to the Atlas, a resident Ayurvedic doctor, and birdsong in rustic gardens designed by Jardin Majorelle director Madison Cox. A transcendental air reigns under 17-foot-high cedar domes, halo arches, and carved paradisiacal foliage. Inside, Berber and Moghul paintings, studded sofas (handmade in Casablanca) and arabesque-tiled fireplaces lend the atmosphere of a grand noble home in which you feel like the family’s personal guest.”

– STEPHANIE RAFANELLI for Condé Nast Traveler

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