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Hotels in Morocco – you get more than you pay for

Friday, January 2, 2009 / 09:33:48 /
Morocco and Western Sahara - We travelled to Morocco on 24th Nov 2008 & came back home on 7th Dec 2008. / post by Siim Einfeldt


Posts from this trip

- Journey to Morocco and Western Sahara – Düsseldorf Weeze
- Journey To Morocco and Western Sahara - Welcome to Marrakech!
- Journey To Morocco and Western Sahara – trip to Agadir
- Journey To Morocco and Western Sahara – Agadir, a place for tourists?
- Journey To Morocco and Western Sahara – off to Laayoune, Western Sahara
- Journey To Morocco and Western Sahara – Laayoune, Western Sahara
- Journey To Morocco and Western Sahara – Laayoune, where’s the snitch?
- Journey To Morocco and Western Sahara – Laayoune, Western Sahara (meeting with Islam)
- Journey To Morocco and Western Sahara – back to Agadir
- Journey To Morocco and Western Sahara – hmm, occupation?
- Journey To Morocco and Western Sahara – Essaouira, anyone?
- Journey To Morocco and Western Sahara – Amsterdam, back in Morocco?
- Journey To Morocco and Western Sahara – Weeze, forgotten village?
- Driving in morocco – all hell’s broken loose
- Morocco - work and poverty
- Hotels in Morocco – you get more than you pay for
- Morocco and dealing with street sellers
- Students and English teachers in Morocco
- Food in Morocco
- Prices in Morocco / Morocco price guide
- Morocco myths and reality
- Most common mistakes travelers make
- When searching for cheap airline tickets
Before going to Morocco, the friend I was traveling with, said it’s difficult to find clean hotels. At least from his experience in Morocco the last time he was there. He might have been right at that time – as he was using even cheaper hotels ( probably something like 50-80 Dirhams a face) we were in this time (75-125 Dirhams a face).

But what we saw during our trip this time – you can find pretty great hotels for very little money. For 230 Dirhams for a room for two you could get a very nice room. Independent of the part of the country. Most of the hotels are clean and have bathroom in the room. Most places had TV and a great Arabic movie channel MBC 2 (in English with Arabic subtitles).

The best hotel we were in was Le Tour du Sud in Agadir (230 Dirhams) but like I mentioned, all the hotels were pretty much great, especially for that money.

You don’t need reservations, you can find the best hotels on-site without too much hassle.














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