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Morocco hotels — where to stay
At the sunset the ergs of the Moroccan Sahara Desert become shining scarlet. Every day tourists from around the world observe a miraculous scene. If you have not ridden a camel through dunes as a part of caravan yet then Morocco is a perfect choice for doing it the first time. A small village of Merzouga in the southeast of the country is the starting point for desert tours. You can stay in a real Berber tent in the middle of the desert. The cost of such an exotic accommodation comes to 300 Euros/night for a double tent (Desert Luxury Camp), but an average price is usually 40-80 Euros: Camp Merzouga Desert, Marhaba Camp. You can enjoy the national flavour with comfort as well. Guesthouses and riad hotels provide their customers with swimming pools and rooms with amenities, guests are served with a delicious breakfast: Auberge La Source, La Rose Du Desert, Riad Aicha, Riad Mamouche.
Riad is a traditional residential building, many of the hotels in Morocco are located in riads. Travel across the Sahara Desert is safe and interesting, so do not be afraid to take your children with you. You will have vivid impressions and colorful pictures.
What to do and what to see
Some tourists promises to come back to Morocco just for the sake of the Atlantic Ocean as it sinks into heart, especially the beach Legzira – it is really fascinating. However, lovers of a beach holiday are often disappointed because even in summer the water temperature is not comfortable for swimming, not to mention high waves. But those who are able to ‘catch the wave’ on a surf board will like the place. The resort area stretches from the capital city of Rabat to the fishing town of Sidi Ifni. If you are going to travel over Morocco by bus or train it is advisable to book a hotel near the central stations: Red Hotel in Marrakech, Hotel Moroccan House in Casablanca.
In any Moroccan city there is a historic district called Medina. Even experienced tourists with GPS devices can hardly navigate narrow crossing streets and have to ask the natives for help. In the north of the country you can speak Spanish, and in the south the French language is more common. It is better to explore the medina with a guide. For a token fee (about 10-20 Euros), you will see the most interesting places not mentioned in guidebooks. Riad prices vary: along with luxury options (Riad Nashira & Spa, Riad Kniza, La Sultana Marrakech) you can find a cozy affordable accommodation (Riad Eden). The guests are usually greeted with a glass of mint tea.
Where to stay
If you come to Fes in a hot summer you should stay at a certain distance from the famous Chouara dye-houses. When choosing a riad you should pay attention to the availability of hot water in the room. The general state of many medina hotels with the cost of 30-50 Euros/day is somewhat outdated at first glance but you should enjoy the atmosphere of an ancient Fes: Dar Labchara, Dar Mehdi, Riad Les Chrifis, Dar El Ouedghiri.
When you want modern conveniences the hotel chain Ibis is at your disposal. Its hotels are conveniently located in many cities in Morocco: ibis Casablanca City Center, ibis Tanger City Center, ibis budget El Jadida, ibis Oujda.
How to choose the best hotel
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