Hotels in Morocco

Tucked away in Marrakesh’s ancient medina, this 18th-century riad comprises 11 expansive residences oriented around several open-air courtyards.

The palm-filled oasis town of Skoura—about a five-hour drive from Marrakesh—is surrounded by mud-walled casbahs, most of them in various states of disrepair. Dar Ahlam, which in Arabic means “House of Dreams,” is a notable exception.

Co-owner Jill Fechtmann pulled out all the stops. Opulent rooms here have a mix of Moroccan, Syrian, and Indian furniture.

At Dar Roumana a century-old manse on a hillside, you can take Moroccan cooking lessons.

The Spanish-Moroccan hotel is situated near the bustling souk.

Formerly Sofitel Thalassa Mogador

Ensconced in the heart of the medina, this riad underwent a 3½-year restoration completed in 2010 that enhanced its existing features—mosaic-adorned walls and floors in Fez’s signature shade of vibrant blue—with copper work, embroidery, and calligraphy from some of the most skilled artis