Morocco Series: A tour of my favorite Moroccan guest house

In between hostel stays, Chris and I treated ourselves to a night in the Riad Lalla Mogador, in the city Essaouira. It's actually priced really reasonably and just feels like a treat!

*please be patient during photo upload - I've specially uploaded higher-res images so you guys get extra detail! :)

Our room was very authentic and the furnishings reflected the craft/artisan trade that flourishes in Essaouira

Outside our room

Traditional Moroccan homes have no roof in the center, and an open courtyard area in the middle.

The second floor halls

Looking up from the second floor

Plenty of nooks to relax

You take your brunch on the roof, which has some great views - see the beach in the back?

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*All photos taken by my boyfriend, Chris

** I am by no means an expert and after 7 days of running around Morocco please feel free to correct me if any information I give in the Morocco Series is incorrect!
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3 comment for "Morocco Series: A tour of my favorite Moroccan guest house"

  1. Morocco is popular to me because of its large cities... I think Morocco has 20 major cities, all in all. There are places in Morocco you must go... They got accommodations which you cannot find some place else. Morocco is really a nice place to visit, not to mention its most diversified cuisine.

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