riad of morocco
riads in morocco
riads of morocco
Incredible Riads in Morocco
Everyone loves to stay in a great hotel during his/her travel to explore a new destination, however, when it comes to what is the best place to stay in Morocco, we might suggest booking a stay in a traditional guesthouse built around a central courtyard calls riad. Most of the riads of Morocco run by locals in different old Medinas, offering a more authentic experience where to learn about locals and get closer to their culture, than a stay in a resort or chain hotel.
Many riads in Morocco have terraces, open patios and gardens, local food, spas, pools, and design elements like intricate tilework and wood carvings.
We love a great hotel, but when it comes to where to stay in Morocco, the real magic lies in its intimate riads—traditional guesthouses built around a central courtyard
Another characteristic of a riad is the few rooms that it has. Our riad in Marrakesh, for example, only has 5 rooms. This allows individual attention from the owners and the staff – by the end of our stay I think we’ve met every single one of them.
Things you should know about Moroccan traditional riad: