We stayed here for 3 nights at the end of our trip to Morocco. It’s quite a small hotel, with only about 30 rooms and appeared to mainly attract short stay guests. There is very little to do at the hotel itself – there is a swimming pool and tennis courts, a small seating/bar area in reception and a restaurant. The main things that should attract you to this hotel are the views and the walking. Over the time we were there, we did a walk to the Kasbah on the hill above the hotel (2hrs), to the waterfalls below the hotel (3hrs) and in the hills near the hotel (4hrs). One of the hotel staff, M’Barek, accompanied us on our trip to the waterfalls which was great – I’m not sure we would have found our way without him. All the staff in the hotel were brilliant and the food we had for lunch and dinner was very good – I particularly recommend the Honey and Almond chicken. Breakfast wasn’t as good though – mainly bread and jam but you could ask for eggs as well. Our room was a good size and we certainly appreciated the radiator and electric heater that we had as the temperature dived in the evenings. The log fires in reception and the restaurant were also very useful. The views from the hotel terrace are amazing on a clear, sunny day – you can almost see the coast. All in all, this is a lovely hotel if you want to get away from it all, or need somewhere to stop overnight, but if you’re after lots of things to do then you might want to look elsewhere. It’s worth bearing in mind that there are no cashpoints or banks in this area, but the hotel will change Euros and Sterling.
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- Also Known As:
- Des Cascades Hotel
- Hotel Des Cascades Morocco/Imouzzer Des Ida Outanane