Expenses during the month-long break included more than 200 cars, Israel’s Haaretz newspaper reports. The 81-year-old’s summer palace has been renovated extensively over the past 12 months, with helipads among the features added.
According to reports in Morocco, King Salman’s trip accounts for 1.5 per cent of the country’s foreign tourism revenue.
When he arrived at the Ibn Battouta Airport, the king was greeted by Moroccan Prime Minister Saadeddine Othmani.
Satellite images from October 2016 showed a number of upgrades the King made to his retreat in Morocco.