5 Pers. - Breakfast included
|From £ 115.52|
Along the largest palm grove in Morocco is the Kasbah Tizimi, a charming hotel with a swimming pool and a parking.
Preserving the authenticity of the place gives a true soul to the Kasbah Tizimi, without occulting the quality of catering and hospitality services, comfort, and welcome.
The Kasbah Tizimi is located at the entrance of the road between Erfoud to Ouarzazate. La Kasbah boasts a good location: in the heart of the vast palm grove of Ziz valley.
of TripAdvisor Travelers recommend this hotel
"Quirky, quaint and not perfect "
This hotel has its quirks. Our toilet didn't work, the shower was rubbish, the food was not perfect, but this was the stand out hotel of our tour of Morocco. It felt Moroccan. The toilet was fixed quickly, the staff were helpful and it was stunning. The building is old, the decor is traditional. The little courtyards have a lovely homely feel. Our room was lovely and our favourite hotel of our holiday even with the iffy plumbing.
"Long gone beauty"
The hotel is beautiful at first glance. But everything is old and broken. Power cuts happened regularly, and the shower in our room couldn't hang from the wall. The rooms are decent size though. The staff is friendly and the pool area is nice. The pool was a bit murky though. Staff are very friendly and helpful, and they serve alcohol at the bar. The restaurant is horrible. Dinner, breakfast and snacks were tasteless, took forever, and didn't come at the same time for 2 people. If you are merely using this hotel as a stop before heading to the desert my advice is to go straight to Mezouga, it's just an hour further, the hotels are much better and the environment is gorgeous (desert).
"Old World but tired"
This hotel gives you the feel of Old World Morocco with its vegetation and layout, but it is very tired and in need of a facelift. While I understand it is a developing country, the hotel is not what is pictured in it's brochure or website. What was once a regal hotel is now a shell of yesteryear. The food was barely edible, only luke warm. Everyone in my group was a bit sick after eating during our stay. Room 131 had air conditioning problems ranging from leaking water on my head during the night - to making a loud noise much like a lawn mower the remainder of the time. While I enjoyed the cold air in the room - it was annoying. The staff were very kind and cordial. I hope the hotel can make itself up to again become worthy of what it once was, but for now it is not on my top 10 list.
"A stay in a typical morrocan old hotel"
This hotel was a wonderful experience, certainly not 5 star buy it oozes the history of old Morroco. A lot of travellers find fault with some aspects however they obviously do not see the charm of this hotel in the desert. The staff were wonderful and the meals we had there were very good. The little lanes connecting the rooms have carpets on the floor, little gardens are everywhere. There is a large pool which is the only real modern feature. Breakfast by the pool or drinks after the optional camel trip into the Sarhara desert give a great atmosphere. See it for what it is, not what it should be.
"Really unique hotel"
This was one of the most interesting places we stayed in Morocco. Great jumping off point on the way into the Sahara. Nice pool, good food, and really friendly people. The only issue we had was water leaking in the bathroom, and they came and fixed it right away. I loved their courtyard, which was also a great place to catch their wifi signal.
Half board: Free
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM