2 Pers. - Half board
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3 Pers. - Half board
|From £ 162.73|
A magnificent and comfortable hotel, built in the traditional style, but fully equipped with all modern conveniences and facilities, and with the most artistic and current technology.
The hotel offers, besides its many and varied activities, the unique opportunity to gain deep knowledge of this still unknown area of South-East Morocco. Get in personal contact with the culture, the traditions, the people, the gastronomy and many other things that you will discover and that will surprise you in many ways.
The Kasbah is located 5 kms away from the city of Erfoud, on the Road from Erfoud to Errachidia.
The Kasbah is in the heart of the Tafilalet Region and strategically placed between the vast palm grove of the Ziz valley and the majestic dunes of Erg Chebbi.
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The rooms are large with modern Moroccan finishing. The dinner and breakfast are buffet but are Moroccan and better than average. The pool and bar are lovely. It is easy to relax at this resort after a day of driving. Definitely felt pampered.
Nice hotel ! Rooms were clean and very nice. Great pools, The hot tub wasn't working, would've been nice after the camel rides lol. Buffets were pretty good. Lots of desserts. Wifi was spotty as we were in the desert.
This is a really lovely oasis near the Sahara. the restaurant was great and the pool area was wonderful. the service was extraordinary and we enjoyed our extended stay there very much. A great Hamam. the rooms were large but there was not a lot of privacy in the bath area only a curtain. Good wi-fi in public areas.
"Totally Unique Hotel"
What we liked the best was the courtyard/pool area--the decor was amazing with the pottery type (hidden) lamps, underwater lit pool, the date trees. We enjoyed sitting outside with drinks and friends. This hotel was a visit to what I imagine the Arabian Nights to be like. The fossil sink was so unusual. The rooms were totally different from the usual hotel experience--nice big bathrooms. We enjoyed visiting the camels stabled outside the front of the hotel, and the costumed staff. My tip would be--be sure to bring a flashlight as it is really dark going to your room at night--the long courtyard- like corridors add to the decor, but can be a challenge. Also, do not forget your Imodium or similar diarrhea medicine. Just about everyone in our group became ill after our visit here.. Also, I found the room in need of a thorough cleaning as far as accumulated dust on the phone and wire racks. This hotel is a good place to stay to explore the Sahara and visit Fossil Factories.
We have travelled a lot, and this is by far the most unique and interesting hotel we have ever seen. I would call it a theme hotel, with the theme being a Berber Village, appropriately. Entering the main lobby gives the impression of entering a large cave, without the claustrophobia. We were warmly welcomed with mint tea and a tray of sweets. Leaving the lobby, we entered the pool / courtyard area, and were struck with its beauty and calming atmosphere. The subdued lighting, soft music, hints of incense and rows of carpet, seem to force your body and mind to instantly relax. It was a disappointment to our tour group that we couldn’t spend more time here. From the pool area, there are meandering paths to the room areas. These are a bit too dark, but the atmosphere continues to intrigue you. The rooms are initially quite a surprise. They are designed to resemble a large Berber tent, with a faux thatched ceiling. There are creative design features everywhere, including lights hidden in unexpected items, hand crafted furniture, and a marble fossil sink. There were minor problems, like a door that didn’t fit well, a hard bed and a broken TV remote, but the overall unique beauty of the resort made these small issues seem insignificant. It is difficult to compare this hotel to other 5 stars, since there is no attempt at sophisticated luxury or superior amenities (I think that’s the point!). However, as one of our group declared, for beauty and atmosphere, this is a 6 star hotel. We only had two meals here, which were both quite good. We wished we could have had more time to explore this remarkable property and relax in its wonderful atmosphere. If you are looking for something different and you don’t sweat the small stuff, this could be your ultimate Moroccan hotel experience.
New Year's Meal: Compulsory fixed to £ 8.14
Airport transfer: £ 16.27
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM