Marrakech has some absolutely BEAUTIFUL riads, but some are more expensive than others. I stayed at a variety of places and came up with a list of the BEST budget riads in Marrakech. Here they are.
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Marrakech is home to some of Morocco’s most famous luxury riads. You know the ones- you see them ALL OVER Instagram! There’s something about the beautiful tiled pools, the greenery, and the courtyards that draw you
While those riads look absolutely incredible, I know that they can be a little less affordable than what some of us want to pay.
Whilst in Marrakech, I found some riads that are just as stunning but a fraction of the price! Here’s my list of the best budget riads in Marrakech.
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This riad is absolutely stunning. While it doesn’t have a pool, open space makes up for it! It’s an oasis of relaxation right in the middle of the medina’s crazy streets. The upstairs seating area was my FAVOURITE, as I loved the greenery and natural lighting. If you like lots of natural light, this might be the best budget riad in Marrakech.
This riad is THE place to go if you love tiling. I’m obsessed! This riad has the most open seating- half a floor is a reading/sitting area! Similarly to the other riads, this one has a terrace, though I find this one the most beautiful! This is one of the best budget riads in Marrakech if you’re as obsessed with tiles as I am. We got a room with a shared bathroom to save a little more money.
This is the most affordable riad on this list, but it’s really lovely! It’s more of a mid-range riad, but I felt it needed to be included because it was very homey and lovely. I felt like I was being welcomed into a home and it was a really sweet place. The breakfast on the terrace was a really nice way to start our trip to Morocco.
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