WHERE TO STAY
El Fenn – Right off the medina, great location to walk, shop and tons of restaurants. The true hot spot of the medina.
Ryad Dyor – Nestled outside of the city center. If you’re looking for a more relaxing quiet escape, this is for you.
Lahandira – Best rugs in town, hands down
El Fenn – great curation of local artisans. You’ll find everything from ceramics to clothes to perfume.
Hassan Hajjaj – The Moroccan version of David La Chapelle. You can shop his studio in the heart of the medina
✧ Le Jardin Majorelle – Saint Laurent’s Moroccon oasis. Next door, at the museum, they pay homage to the many decades of his work and featured rotating exhibits of other artists.
✧ Scarabeo Camp If you’re looking to get out of the city, this is an amazing spot for glamping
✧ La Maison Arabe – Famous spa and cooking school
✧ Atlas Mountains – If you’re really feeling adventurous, you can hike the Atlas Mountains.
WHERE TO EAT
Le Salma – Trendy and perfect for lunch. Multi-level, overlooking the medina
Le Jardin – A secret garden vibe
The Palace – Just outside the medina, great for dinner.
Selman Marrakech – Opulent, over the top dinner