Morocco is a country of contrasts, an exotic cocktail of cultural vibrancy, authentic simplicity, visual intensity and proud tradition. The Kingdom of Morocco is the westernmost country in the Muslim world; its rich and often turbulent history dates back as far as 6000 BC with its pre-Islamic ancestry dominated by the Phoenicians and Romans. Little wonder therefore that its fascinating heritage has indelibly shaped the Morocco of today from the Sahara desert to the vibrant cities of Fez, Meknes, Marrakech and Casablanca. Our collection of boutique hotels in Morocco focuses on the central region of the Atlas Mountains, the high energy city of Marrakech and the Atlantic coast. Majestically overseeing the central plains, the high Atlas Mountains shelter traditional Berber villages and ancient kasbahs where rural life still beats to a traditional drum.
To the west sits Marrakech, where the city's old world charm compliments the chic riads of the medina and the sophisticated, palatial hotels of La Palmeraie. Further west again, the Atlantic crashes against a dramatic coastline punctuated by white Moorish towns to which hippies beat a path in the 1960s and where smart boutique riads welcome 21st century guests.