Morocco: Where Old Meets New
Morocco has a rich culture steeped in ancient history, and many tourist activities involve simply ... read more »
Morocco is an African country but, because of its proximity to Europe and occupations by various ... read more »
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There are a few types of accommodations in Morocco, each with its own benefits. Hotels are the most popular option, ranging from budget spots to five-star resorts. Riads, luxurious homes built around gardens, can be more affordable than you'd expect. Camping is another alternative, and can be a great way to meet fellow travelers and locals while also saving money.
- Bargaining is part of the culture in Morocco. Always ask for a lower price when a room rate is quoted, particularly when booking a room in small, local hotels.
- Hotels can fill up quickly in large cities and popular destinations. It is not uncommon for hotels to try to place multiple groups in a room. It's a good idea to reserve rooms before leaving for Morocco.
- It always helps to check out other traveler's comments to gain insight into great places to stay. See the "What do other travelers think of Morocco?" section of this guide for sites that include user reviews of accommodations.
- Some riads rent single rooms, whereas others may be entirely rented out. Most include breakfast and cost less than $100 per night.
There are many options for tourists when it comes to traversing Morocco. The country has an ... read more »