Where To Stay In Morocco
The Riad Sapphire is the best spot to stay in Morocco.
You guys! I can't say enough about Riad Sapphire. They were so nice, helpful, and made me feel so comfortable in a new country of Africa. Their vibe was so amazing! It was a clean aesthetic and perfect for some peaceful vibes, and trust me, you will need some peace once you get back from shopping the streets of Morocco. Those shops are nuts!! So to walk in from a long day at the suks,(that is what they call the main shopping market) to some peace and some Moroccan tea waiting for you...it's just a gem. All I know is I ask myself when can I go back daily? Some of the things I loved was the
Roof Top: Where you can relax, hear the call to prayer quite well, and soak up the beautiful sunsets.
The Free Breakfast was on point, their jams, breads, eggs, and everything is 100% totally safe to eat with no issues. Plus their Orange juice is incredible. Honestly to wake up walk down into the tiny court yard and hearing the birds sing while you eat, it's just so dang peaceful. I know I sound way old.
The massages and white robes. You know I am a sucker for a good white robe when I stay at hotels. This waffle robe was on point, and they provide slippers of course. Plus they have one tiny massage room, and I got a face massage it was legit. Although it did make me have some serious zits on my chin that next morning from all the oil they put on my face. It was worth it though.
The cups. Ok you know what? I will sound crazy here. But it was the cutest pottery glasses in your room. Those are the tiny touches of goodness that I just love about places. They bring character. I loved their designs, they were amazing. So it made me feel more at home, and I like that when I am not at home.
They also provided a hair dryer, and soaps for hair and body just in case you were wondering.
I gave you a tour of some of my favorite things about staying here on this short video. You can see the rooms and the vibe I am talking about. Plus the roses on your bed and couch are so cute too. Enjoy, and remember Riads are better than hotels, and see why.