2 Pers. - Half board
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3 Pers. - Half board
|From £ 154.47|
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 service was superb.It was a long dark walk to the room and you needed a torch but I felt safe.despite the dim or no lighting.There was a luxurious feel. Room designed to look like a Berber tent, very comfortable with adequate lighting. Hotel deigned to look like a Berber village.The buffets were good and there were lots of desserts. The Wi Fi was not god in the rooms but OK in the public area
"Most authentic African flavor..."
I really wanted to give Xaluca a rating of five, but unlike other comments, the water pressure in room nine is terrible. Hardly enough to feel like you could wet your hair or get the shampoo out. The rooms are large, and have an African theme to the decor with scatter rugs, lamps and a wood draped frame over the beds. The beds were some of the most comfortable we've slept on while in Morocco. Upon arrival they had a band playing and served mint tea and cookies. I'm sure this was due to our tour group, but still a neat touch. They have gorgeous grounds, and an amazing dinner and breakfast buffet. The temperature in the hot tub could be warmer at this time of year. We wanted to go in, but it was only tepid. Great I'm sure when it's hot out. But not now that it's cool.
Stayed for two nights. Room was large but on darkish side. Shower was very very good. Beds were good, although two singles pushed together. After two days out, haggling.. (and quite frankly over it) I would have bought stuff from the beautiful gift shop, but no prices were displayed. Hotel manager : please consider change here.
This is truly a unique hotel in a magical setting. We stayed here as part of a tour group. We were welcomed with mint tea, Moroccan biscuits and welcoming band. Our rooms were very different to anywhere we'd stayed before, a touch of quirkiness. Very spacious, plenty of room for luggage to be spread out! The room had 2 sofas & a coffee table as well. The beds were very comfortable. The lights were dim in both the living and bathroom areas. The breakfast was disappointing as there was very little variety in fruits, pastries, etc. Dinner was buffet style and there were plenty of good choices. We had free wifi (although not brilliant) and there was a magical pool in the courtyard.
"Interesting place to stay"
I stayed there for 1 night. Thus place is well designed and quirky. Rooms are large and comfortable. The bathroom is ice and clean but there was problems with soap and shampoo. The showers are terrible. Food is good both breakfast and dinner. Tried some grey wine unusual but nice.
New Year's Meal: Compulsory fixed to £ 7.72
Airport transfer: £ 15.45
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM