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Dar Ayniwen: Although it's marketed as a romantic getaway, many families enjoy the dar's large, walled grounds. Little ones can splash around in the large pool, run around the lawn, and visit the tortoise colony (22 at last count). The complimentary transport to and from town is greatly appreciated at the end of a long day, as is the in-house chef's adaptability come mealtime.

Dar Rhizlane: Within no time, kids survey the backyard of this house and immediately set to work exploring the nooks and crannies of the various gardens and structures. Breakfast picnics laid out on the lawn will surely herald a perfect start to the day for little ones on holiday.

Moroccan House Hotel: What makes this city-center hotel attractive to families is the choice of three- and four-bed rooms. The enclosed swimming pool is a rarity for this standard of hotel, as is the availability of cereal at the rooftop breakfast buffet.

Riad Arahanta: David and Ross welcome kids into their home-cum-riad. Reasonably priced rooms and a very reasonable weekly rate for the whole riad make this an attractive option for large families, and access to the kitchen will be appreciated by those who need to heat up or prepare meals for babies and fussy eaters.

Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.