Luxury Hotel Advisors welcomes you to the enchanting world of Morocco, a land where ancient traditions blend seamlessly with modern luxury. Morocco, located at the crossroads of Europe and Africa, offers a diverse and captivating vacation experience. From the bustling markets of Marrakech to the serene oases of the Sahara Desert, this North African gem has something for everyone.

In this article, we’ll introduce you to five of Morocco’s top destinations and shine a spotlight on the family-friendly paradise of Saidia. Plus, don’t miss the exclusive opportunity to own a piece of Moroccan luxury with two resorts quietly for sale on the Mediterranean coast.

Saidia – A Family Paradise

This is a Family Paradise. Ideal destination for families seeking sun, sea, and sand. This Mediterranean coastal town, often referred to as the “Blue Pearl of the Mediterranean,” offers pristine beaches and one of Morocco’s longest natural beaches, stretching for nearly 14 kilometers along the Mediterranean coast. World-class golf courses and a wide range of family-friendly activities are abundant. Kids love the Aqualand Water Park, while parents indulge in spa treatments, golf, and fine dining. Saidia’s relaxed ambiance and beautiful landscapes make it an ideal spot for a memorable family vacation.

Marrakech – The Heart of Morocco

The Heart of Morocco: Marrakech, known as the “Red City” for its distinctive terra cotta buildings, is a must-visit destination in Morocco. Here, you’ll find a vibrant blend of history and modernity. Explore the historic medina with its labyrinthine streets, where visitors shop for exotic spices, handmade carpets, and traditional Moroccan crafts in the bustling souks.

Some iconic landmarks include the Koutoubia Mosque, the Saadian Tombs, and the Bahia Palace. For a luxurious stay, many travelers consider one of the many riads (traditional Moroccan houses with internal courtyards) or one of the opulent hotels that dot the city. Beneath the bustling streets of Marrakech’s medina lies a hidden treasure – the Marrakech Tunnels. These centuries-old underground passageways were once used to transport water and goods throughout the city. Today, visitors can explore this intriguing labyrinth, which offers a fascinating glimpse into Marrakech’s history.


Casablanca, Morocco’s vibrant coastal city, is a captivating destination renowned for its unique blend of tradition and modernity. Travelers flock to Casablanca for its cosmopolitan atmosphere, stunning architecture, and diverse cultural experiences. The city is home to iconic landmarks like the Hassan II Mosque, one of the largest in the world, which showcases exquisite Moroccan craftsmanship.

Its bustling markets, like the Central Market, offer a feast for the senses with aromatic spices, intricate textiles, and delectable street food. However, a little-known fact about Casablanca is its role as a significant hub in World War II. It served as a refuge for European exiles fleeing Nazi-occupied Europe and inspired the famous film “Casablanca,” starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman. This rich history adds an intriguing layer to the city’s allure, making it a must-visit destination for history buffs and travelers seeking a multifaceted Moroccan experience.

Fes – A Glimpse into Morocco’s Past

Fes is a glimpse into one of the country’s oldest cities in addition to being designated a UNESCO World Heritage site renowned for its well-preserved medieval architecture. Visitors step back in time and wander through the narrow streets of the Fes Medina, a fascinating maze of alleys lined with artisan workshops and traditional eateries.

The University of Al Quaraouiyine, founded in 859 AD, is the oldest continually operating degree-granting university in the world and a testament to Fes’ historical significance.

Chefchaouen – The Blue Pearl

Known as the Blue Pearl and tucked away in the Rif Mountains, Chefchaouen is a dreamlike town known for its stunning blue-painted buildings. Often called the “Blue Pearl of Morocco,” this serene destination offers respite from the larger cities. Visitors enjoy exploring the winding blue streets, hiking the surrounding mountains, and taking in panoramic views from the Spanish Mosque. Chefchaouen’s laid-back atmosphere and Instagram-worthy aesthetics make it an ideal stop for travelers seeking tranquility and unique photo opportunities.

Off Market Resort in Morocco

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Lindsay Harding brings a genuine passion to the process of acquiring and selling hospitality assets. Her journey into hospitality real estate began with her studies in architecture at Cambridge University in the UK. Building upon this foundation, Lindsay further expanded her knowledge at UCLA, gaining valuable insights and honing her networking skills.

Lindsay brings a wealth of experience in real estate analysis and has a keen eye for market trends. She is consistently seeking out unique properties that hold potential for the right owner. Lindsay’s unwavering dedication, commitment to supporting projects and achieving goals are evident, making her an invaluable asset to LHA.

Lindsay's passion for the hospitality industry drives her to constantly analyze real estate trends and stay on top of the latest news. In her spare time, she pores over market research reports, attends industry conferences, and networks with high-level contacts to gain insider information. Lindsay has developed a keen instinct for spotting emerging trends early, and leverages multiple sources to provide in-depth analysis in her articles.

Lindsay's Los Angeles upbringing gives her a unique outlook on the Southern California market, essential for understanding the complex factors influencing regional real estate.

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