Marrakech is an incredibly vibrant and culturally-rich destination that should not be missed by anyone. From the bustling souks of the medina to the magical Jardin Majorelle, Marrakech is a mix of both modern and ancient influences which make it unique. Visitors can enjoy delicious Moroccan cuisine, experience mesmerizing historical sites, and explore the stunning natural landscapes that surround the city. With its bright colors, lively atmosphere, and friendly people, Marrakech is a great place to visit for those looking to experience something truly special. These Airbnbs highlight the city’s distinct beauty.
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Beautiful, sunny, and quiet home with a sparkling pool
This property sits in The Royal Kasbah in Medina, 10 minutes from the Jemaa el Fna and close to many restaurants and entertainment options. On-site, there are two double bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms and two single bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms. There are multiple living room spaces, a fully equipped kitchen, a stunning courtyard featuring a swimming pool adorned with intricate mosaic and a chandelier, and an outdoor rooftop terrace with sun beds, parasols, and a barbecue area. The colors that decorate this home are warm and lively — reflecting an artfully crafted traditional Moroccan design.
This large villa property is nestled into an olive grove on the outskirts of Marrakech, 20 minutes away from the city center by car, boasting views of the Atlas Mountains and plenty of outdoor space. There’s an enormous outdoor garden with a swimming pool and traditional Moroccan decorations blended with a touch of contemporary style. Upon arrival, visitors are welcomed with Moroccan tea and “cornes de gazelles” (traditional local cookies). On-site, guests can explore the five bedrooms, each with their own private bathroom, spend time in the living room, which features a fireplace or dining room that can seat up to 12 people, or cook in the full kitchen. Outside, relax on the central patio area together, dip in the swimming pool, or play on one of the sports courts. Preparation of breakfast and one meal a day is included in the price of the stay. There’s also a rooftop terrace with seating made for soaking up sunshine or stargazing.
Twelve guests, five bedrooms Price: $453 per night
Admire the mix of traditional Moroccan craftsmanship, paired with modern architecture, at this enormous compound featuring a large villa boasting a swimming pool, a jacuzzi, a gym, a garden, and a tennis court — as well as multiple bungalows. Inside the villa, explore the ultimate in luxury for decor and design. The first floor rooms consist of four suites made for two people — each featuring its own TV and bathroom. There are also three living room areas, a dining room space, an outdoor terrace, and a kitchen that’s large enough to use for hosting events. In addition to the villa building, there are three individual bungalow buildings on-site which each offers a queen-sized bed, its own bathroom, kitchen, living room space and an outdoor terrace. The bungalows and main building share a beautiful garden space, which offers several areas of shade and a range of fruit trees and flowers.
Sixteen-plus guests, seven bedrooms Price: $560 per night
This cozy, kid-friendly property is located between the palace of the king and the mamounia, 5 minutes from the airport by taxi and a 5-minute walk from Jemaa el fna in the center of Marrakech. There’s a housekeeper serving on-site breakfast daily, as well as an at-home spa service and other customizable offerings such as booking yoga classes, nanny services, or creating reservations for restaurants. White walls decorated with black and white portraits give the home a clean and artsy feeling, complemented by low-key pops of color in the furniture and floor tilings. There’s an outdoor terrace upstairs overlooking the gardens of la mamounia, and a kitchenette for cooking meals.
This newly renovated property offers the comforts of home in a great location — just a 2 minutes walk from the famous Jemaa el Fna square and the souks, and close proximity to attractions including museums, historical sites, shopping, restaurants, and more. There are four double bedrooms with their own private bathrooms, a dining area, and two living areas, and a rooftop terrace to soak up the sunshine during the day or bask in the late afternoon light to watch the sunset. There’s also an on-site housekeeper to serve Moroccan breakfast or dinner (an extra cost) and ensure the home is always sparkling clean. Each room is airy and bright, featuring vibrant and traditional decor that makes the space feel like a welcoming vacation.
This stunning property is a quiet, central and exclusive area within Medina. It has been fully renovated to feel upscale and private, sparing no small detail to make the stay as comfortable as possible. Spend time relaxing in the courtyard by the swimming pool, lounging on the rooftop terrace, which offers a covered pergola with seating and a fireplace, or resting in one of the four ensuite bedrooms (each offering heat and AC). The design elements, including furniture, have been thoughtfully curated to feature a blend of locally made furniture and regional antiques. Breakfast is even included in the nightly rate.
This modernized property is located in the heart of the Medina of Marrakesh and has been completely redesigned to offer a sense of upscale elegance. Spend time relaxing in the living room with a cozy fireplace, in the community dining area, in the double bedroom, or out on the terrace. All of the rooms are arranged around the patio, which is teeming with plants, to offer access to the fresh air outdoors.
In the heart of the Marrakech Medina, this recently updated property serves as an idyllic spot for a getaway feeling like an oasis for relaxation. Shades of white and green create a sense of life within the space, and the beautiful decor, including traditional tiling and intricate fencing, make it feel upscale. It’s in one of the most accessible neighborhoods in the area, just a 10-min walk from Jemma El FNA SQUARE. There are four beautifully decorated, air-conditioned bedrooms, three traditional Moroccan tadelakt bathrooms, a living room that feels like home, a spacious patio and large terrace with views of the nearby mountains, and a fully equipped kitchen for cooking. Each morning, there will be a manager on-site to serve breakfast and ensure the house is as clean as possible.
This luxurious apartment offers the convenience of being located in a prime city spot while feeling like an upscale and contemporary escape from the urban chaos. There are many shops and restaurants easily accessible from the apartment on foot, and the train station is just a few streets away. The bright and sunny apartment is decorated in a clean palette of whites, tans, and creams complemented by bright touches of color in the wall decor and pillows. Additional amenities that add a touch of comfort include air conditioning and a large TV with streaming services.
This chic property is filled with bright natural light and decorated with vibrant patterns and shades of color. It’s tucked into the center of one of the most historic districts of Medina, Mouassine. It comes with a housekeeper and is a completely renovated, updated home with three bedrooms, each featuring its own bathroom. Sit outside and soak in the stunning views of Koutoubia and the palms of the gardens of Dar El Bacha Palace. Just a 10-minute walk from the famous Place Jemaa el Fna and the Place des Spices, visitors can enjoy access to the main attractions of Marrakech and will be treated to a Moroccan breakfast in the morning, served from 8:30 – 11 a.m.
This remodeled mid-century medina house offers easy access to exploring Marrakesh, offering a bright atmosphere and highlighting the talents of local craftsmanship in its Marrakech style. Inspiring patterns and vibrant pops of color adorn the space, which is just one minute from the spice square and Place des épices and five minutes from Jemaa el Fna Square, the Secret Garden, and the Madrassa of Ben Youssef. Guests will enjoy access to the entire house (including the rooftop) in this that comes with everything needed to enjoy a relaxing or adventurous vacation.
Many travel experts widely agree that Medina is the best area to stay in Marrakech for visitors — especially for first tourists because it’s a walkable area in the heart of the city with access to many main attractions.
Is there Airbnb in Morocco?
Yes! There are Airbnbs available in Morocco. Just make sure to abide by the local laws of the country and the hosts’ individual short-term rental agreements, which are usually stated in the description of each Airbnb. For example, it isn’t uncommon to need to provide a marriage certificate during check-in for Moroccan or mixed couples (if one of the spouses is of Moroccan nationality). It can also be forbidden to bring locals into the home (Moroccan law prohibits visits by Moroccan people and there are criminal penalties for both tourists and Moroccans who don’t follow this rule.
Are five days in Marrakech too many?
Five days in Marrakech isn’t too much. It’s the fourth-largest city in Morocco, and there are plenty of things to do in town for five days. Spend an afternoon wandering through the souks of Djemaa el Fna, exploring the stunning buildings of the Medina, or simply enjoying some traditional Moroccan tea at a local cafe. You can also visit the magnificent Koutoubia Mosque, explore the beautiful gardens of Majorelle or spend an evening at a traditional Moroccan restaurant. Additionally, those looking for a little adventure can take part in camel rides through the desert or hot-air balloon rides above Marrakech’s incredible landscape.