Located in the Kasbah, or old town, in the port city of Tangier lies a hidden gem of a hotel (riad) named La Maison Blanche. The recently renovated riad (the name for a more upscale hotel in Morocco) is one that I hold dear to my heart because the owners are uber-inspirational, super-kind and really great people.

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The beautiful fountain in the main lobby of the hotel – the rose petals smelled absolutely heavenly.

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The owners of the hotel (a sweet, lovely couple) hired local artisans to hand-place each and every single tile throughout the riad. It’s charming, quaint and culturally beautiful.

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My room on the 3rd floor of the riad was crisp, comfortable and clean.

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The view of the ground floor + fountain from outside my room.hotel maison blanche tangier morocco

But the view – this view from their communal rooftop – is absolutely breathtaking.

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And the best part is the breakfast that they serve here. It was my first breakfast in Morocco, and I will never forget how my jaw dropped when they brought it out.

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Fresh local fruits, pastries and Moroccan bread + crepes. 

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From left to right: lemon jam, orange jam, goat cheese, date jam and argan oil with almond spread.

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If you’re planning a trip to Morocco (especially if you live in Europe) – I’d recommend coming in through Tangier, and staying a night at La Maison Blanche.  The owners are really kind people (Aziz actually personally took me on a tour of the medina), and it’s gotten damn near 5 stars on Trip Advisor. You can read all of the reviews here.


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