Best Hotels, B&B's, Riads and Hostels in Marrakech

We list the best hotels, hostels, B&Bs, riads and guesthouses in Marrakech as recommended by travel experts from CNN, Lonely Planet, Frommer’s, Fodor’s, New York Times and more. All hotel recommendations have been referenced with customer reviews and we only listed places that have at least a 4 out of 5-star customer review rating.
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  • 4.4 Carre Eden Hotel Marrakech

    Radisson Blu Hotel Carré Eden, Marrakech

    New York Times

    “Steps from the Gueliz gallery scene, the 198-room Radisson Blu Hotel Marrakech Carré Eden features a D.J.-fueled lounge with cocktails based on local ingredients, a boutique of neo-Moorish design and much besides.”

    Shortlisted in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Marrakech, Morocco.

  • 4.7 Riad Le J Marrakech

    Riad Le J, Marrakech

    Lonely Planet

    “What do you get if you cross Italian furniture designers with Marrakshi craftsmanship? An achingly cool hideaway where art deco Mamounia mirrors meet silk kaftans hung as art, and zouak (painted wood) ceilings merge with retro lamps.”

  • 4.8 Royal Mansour

    Hotel Royal Mansour, Marrakech

    CN Traveler

    “At the Royal Mansour Marrakech, located inside the medina, the draw is privacy—its beautifully tiled riads have their own pools dotting lush gardens that are made for afternoon strolls. It’s a swoon-worthy showpiece of Moroccan decorative art.”

    Featured in CN Traveler’s 2020 Gold List.

  • 4.6 La Mamounia

    Hotel La Mamounia, Marrakech

    CN Traveler

    “The bougainvillea-filled grounds at the grand La Mamounia, inside Marrakech’s medina, are as lovely as those of its neighbors, though Jacques Garcia’s sultry, layered interiors are the real star.”

    Featured in CN Traveler’s 2020 Gold List.

  • 4.0 Es Saadi

    Es Saadi Resort Hotel, Marrakech

    CN Traveler

    “The white-on-white lobby at retro retreat Es Saadi feels opulent rather than minimal; it’s both a little kitschy and throwback glamorous. Think of it as a primer for the rest of this swank and storied complex, set just beyond the medina.”

    Featured in CN Traveler’s 2020 Gold List.

  • 4.6 Riad L'Hotel

    Riad L’Hôtel, Marrakech

    CN Traveler

    “It’s at the supremely stylish L’Hôtel Marrakech, where the rooms have striped vintage chairs and pieces from the Yves Saint Laurent collection, that Jasper Conran has realized his lifelong dream to open a hotel.”

    Featured in CN Traveler’s 2020 Gold List.

  • 4.3 Equity Point Marrakech

    Hostel Equity Point, Marrakech

    Telegraph

    “A winning hostel with a wide choice of private and dorm rooms, a large pool, restaurant, hammam and a huge roof terrace, all set in a series of traditional houses in the heart of the medina. It offers a mix of dorms and private bedrooms, all nicely decorated and well maintained.”

  • 4.3 Le Gallia Marrakech

    Hôtel Le Gallia, Marrakech

    Lonely Planet

    “Madcap Djemaa El Fna is around the corner, but Le Gallia maintains the calm and grace of another era with comfortable, neat-as-a-pin rooms, all with air-con, heating and reliable hot water.”

  • 4.4 Riad Star Marrakech

    Riad Star Hotel, Marrakech

    New York Times

    “In the teeming pedestrians-only center of the city, Riad Star offers a quiet and cosseting retreat. Its celebrity history provides a fascinating back story, while personal service manages to make the hotel feel like home.”

  • 4.6 Riad Lamzia Marrakech

    Riad Lamzia, Marrakech

    New York Times

    “In the heart of the medina’s Derb Debachi neighborhood, the vintage-cool Riad Lamzia opened in 2015 with six rooms, a roof deck and a courtyard lounge filled with turntables, typewriters, dial telephones and other retro finds.”

    Shortlisted in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Marrakech, Morocco.

  • 4.8 Riad Azoulay Marrakech

    Riad Azoulay, Marrakech

    Lonely Planet

    “Riad Azoulay is a haven of casual luxury where original cedar ceilings and plasterwork decor sit comfortably alongside modern art, painted-wood antique furniture and sumptuously coloured kilims.”

FAQ

What are the best neighborhoods to stay in Marrakech?
Marrakesh is an erstwhile imperial city in western Morocco and now it is a key economic center and home to gardens, palaces and mosques. The best neighborhoods in Marrakesh are:

Chrifia
Chrifia is a neighborhood that has fun water parks, two of the city’s golf courses, a lazy river, sparkling pools, and many other features.

Ouahat Sidi Brahmin
Ouahat Sidi Brahmin is the home to a modern stadium that is used for various sporting events – the Grand Stade de Marrakech. The stadium is the home ground of the Kawkab Marrakech – the city’s local football team.

Palmeraie
Palmeraie is a perfect spot for adventurous activities such as quad biking, horse riding and camel riding. There are several selections of bars and nightclubs as well as a golf course.

Sidi Ghanem Industrial Quarter
Sidi Ghanem Industrial Quarter is an upcoming neighborhood for the arts, design, fashion and retail. The area had old warehouses that have been converted to workshops and stores, with a several products created for export. There are a number of restaurants and quaint cafes.

Mouassine
Mouassine is yet another neighborhood in the old walled heart of the imperial city. It is an ideal place for shopping therapy and will drive a normal person to go on a shopping spree.

Mellah
Mellah is a Jewish neighborhood of the city that is awesome for history-loving tourists who want to learn more on the areas of diverse past. It is home to several shrines, Jewish cemetery, and old synagogues, spice markets the old dwellings.
Which Marrakech hotel offers a great rooftop terrace?
Looking for a great view while having a drink? Riad Star Hotel or Hôtel Le Gallia, both have excellent rooftop terraces with views of Marrakech.
How much does it cost to stay in a Marrakech hotel?
For a 3-star hotel you have to pay around $60 per night and for a 4-star hotel you would be looking at $100 per night. If you're after a luxury 5-star Marrakech hotel then you can expect to pay around $260 per night.
Which Marrakech hotel serves great breakfast?
Try Radisson Blu Hotel Carré Eden if you're looking for a delicious breakfast at a hotel in Marrakech. They all have excellent customer review ratings for breakfast.

About Marrakech

Marrakech is a major city in the kingdom of Morocco and one of the largest cities in the African country. Located ideally at the foothills of the snow-capped Atlas Mountain, this city makes for the perfect hospitality center. Formerly known as the Red City as a result of the numerous 12th-century building built with red bricks, this city has a rich history.

The city comprises an old fortified city packed with vendors and their stalls. As one of the busiest cities in the world, this city is home to a number of exciting and fascinating landmarks. The Djamaa el Fna, Saadian Wall, the famous Saadian Tombs, the Koutoubia Mosque are some of the tourist attractions in the city.

Marrakesh is a cultural, trading center and religious center for the Maghreb and sub-Saharan African, making it very important to trade, commerce, and tourism. The medina is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, making it one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city. Marrakesh offers a lot of attraction and excitement; its market is the largest in the whole of Morocco, it is home to some of the most prominent football clubs in Morocco, and its wildlife trade is one of the largest in Africa.

Through the recommended hotels listed below, you can easily find the best places to stay in Marrakech, Morocco. If you like our list of hotels, hostels and B&Bs in Marrakech, then you should also check out our selection of recommended hotels in Fez or the best hotels in Cape Town.