Probably the most notable thing about this place the staff/space to guest ratio. The place is enourmous - about 12 acres I think, but only about 40 "rooms" - if you can call them that - there are suites, villas, palaces..... we had a suite and that was practically palatial! And there are staff everywhere, all of the time, meticulously maintaining the (absolutely stunning - almost OTT!) grounds and caterting to the guests' every need. The food was amazing - from room service right the way up to the restaurant. The roof bar was lovely for sunsets - amazing atmosphere and feeling of being way out in the desert with cocktails and chill out music in the background. It was particularly nice one evening when we invited friends to the hotel for drinks and dinner, and the staff took care of them whilst they waited for us in the bar, just as if they were staying at the hotel themselves. A nice touch. This place is expensive, but It was hard to find fault with it. The only tiny ones: a long wait for breakfast once or twice, and not a lot of complimentray water about (you have to ask for more), given the extreme heat! But, there aren't many hotels of this calibre, nor one that are quite so stunning, just 3.5 hours from the UK!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- More than a hotel, Palais Namaskar, nestled in the heart of a magnificent park of more than 5 hectares, is a real destination. Between the Atlas Mountains and the mysterious Djebilet hills, the hotel offers its guests a space and unlimited freedom for unforgettable experiences. ... more less
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