El Aaiun (EUN-Hassan) Hotels
Hassan I Airport (EUN) serves Morocco’s sunbaked Western Sahara region, and its capital city, El Aaiun. Along with year-round connections to Spain’s Gran Canaria Airport, there are also regular services to Casablanca’s Mohammed V International, a popular gateway into the country for European visitors. A terracotta-toned sprawl, El Aaiun isn’t a traditional tourist destination, yet it boasts enchanting desert scenery, shops selling Moroccan handicrafts, and a picturesque shore.Hotels in
El Aaiun (EUN-Hassan)
There’s a small selection of hotels near El Aaiun Airport, which include all of the city’s accommodation given its relatively small size. Most come budget-friendly and offer a somewhat basic stay, but with handy facilities like onsite restaurants. In-room you can expect televisions, along with air-con to give you some respite from the Sahara heat.Where to stay
El Aaiun’s center is home to the majority of the city’s commercial lures, many of which line the main road. You’ll find restaurants serving up local fare, and stores peddling everything from artisan-made treasures to fine jewelry. Just minutes from El Aaiun, you’ll find immaculate dune scenery, and quiet beaches.How to get to El Aaiun (EUN-Hassan)
The airport's links with Casablanca make it easily accessible for most international visitors. As one of the country’s best connected hubs, Casablanca provides non-stop services to most major European cities, along with destinations in North America and the Middle East. El Aaiun Airport sits beside the city, making ground transport quick and easy once you land. The most convenient way to get into the city from the airport is by taxi, which usually costs very little.