Palais Namaskar is stunning and staff to guest ratio is at an all time high. Grounds and rooms are beautiful, staff polite and very attentive to ones needs.
I took a small trip around the area outside of the hotel and was rather dismayed. There is a dry waterbed nearby which when crossed leads to a small local village. The water bed (in some areas ) has trash strewn all over and there is a small quarry set up to collect stones and grind them into gravel or cement I guess. Such a shame to see the local environment destroyed to such a level. The villagers much suffer as well as owners of the gorgeous properties all around.
Certainly sitting in the grounds of Namaskar you are not immediately effected, but I always look at the whole picture when considering a destination.
- 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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