Hotels in Morocco

Discover Morocco

The best time to travel to Morocco depends a lot on what you are looking for. If you prefer good weather without excessive heat, spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) are ideal, with temperatures ranging from 20 to 25 °C. During these periods, you will also find fewer tourists, making it easier to visit iconic places like Marrakech or Chefchaouen without as many crowds.

In summer, it is best to head to the mountains or the coast to escape the heat of the interior, which can exceed 40°C. Music festivals in Essaouira or traditional celebrations like the Moussem de Tan-Tan offer unique experiences.

To find good prices, the low season in winter is a good option, but remember that the cold can be intense in mountainous areas.

Planning a trip to Morocco in advance can make a big difference in your budget. It is ideal to book flights and hotels at least 3-4 months in advance. If you plan to travel during high season, in spring or autumn, it is better to make your reservations 5-6 months in advance to avoid running out of space or paying excessive prices.

Here's a tip that might interest you: in imperial cities like Marrakech or Fez, hotels usually offer cheaper rates on weekends, unlike tourist beach areas like Agadir, where prices tend to rise on weekends. You can take advantage of this peculiarity to adjust your itinerary and save on your trip.

Remember that Morocco offers a great diversity of hotels. From luxurious riads to more modern hotels, the options are varied. Making a flexible reservation will allow you to change your plans without additional costs, an option worth considering.

Morocco is much more than deserts and bazaars; it is a destination full of contrasts that invites exploration. You cannot miss a visit to the Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca, a marvel of Islamic architecture. In Marrakech, the souk is a must-see, but you should also visit the Majorelle Gardens, an oasis of peace in the city.

The Atlas Mountains offer exceptional hiking routes. Not everyone makes it to the Sahara Desert, but if you have the opportunity, do it; a night under the stars in the desert is an unforgettable experience. If you are looking for something less touristy, the city of Chefchaouen, with its blue streets, is perfect for photographers and those seeking a more tranquil experience.

Lastly, do not forget the coast. Essaouira is charming, especially if you like surfing or simply want to enjoy the sea without the crowds of Agadir.