Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Hassilabied does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Auberge Camping Sahara, a nice option for travelers like you.
Rooms at Auberge Camping Sahara Hotel offer air conditioning providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free internet access.
A pool and free breakfast will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Auberge Camping Sahara Hotel, free parking is available.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Cafe Restaurant Saharatime and Cafe Snack Hamid, which are some Mediterranean restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Auberge Camping Sahara looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Hassilabied.
We where really satisfied by the accommodation and the camel ride. This was part of our Ando travel package to Merzouga and this camp was the reason that we actually enjoyed our trip! Lux (package) tents, very clean, nice dinner and breakfast. The staff is really kind and smiley, and our host/owner was an excellent gentleman super polite and hospitable that I apologize to have forgotten his name-Arabic names are difficult for us to remember- but we called him “the Greek Stelios Rokkos” ! Hope this rings a bell, thank you for making our trip special. (In wintertime it’s freezing cold, get your warmest clothes) Sukran - ευχαριστώ ! Vicky from Greece
During our tour with Ando Travel we did an overnight stay and camel trek with Auberge Sahara, the camping base it's a lovely building next to the dunes and the camel base, all the staff were very kind and helpful. The sunset camel trek was out of this world beautiful and we definitely did the right thing by treating ourselves to a Luxury Tent as for what we heard from the rest of the group, the basic tent/camp base was noisy and a bit too basic! The Luxury tent (situated on a 10min car drive away from the standard camp base) is gorgeous and it's so so warm at night. We had the best sleep of the whole trip!! Very quiet and cosy. The dinner was lovely but the entertainment could been better, it would really elevate the experience if after dinner the guys could share some local history and share their heritage instead of a long awkward "dancing and share a joke" moment. Maybe something related to the beautiful stars! It is a culturally rich area that deserves their stories and knowledge to be preserved and us as visitors we should be more eager to know more about their history and traditions!…
We opted for the luxury camp and went in September. There is ensuite bathroom and beds and room was clean and large. There are room configurations with single beds, double beds and even a room with double plus single bed. The atmosphere surrounding the tent was magical. The salt rock lamps, outdoor sitting and carpets gave off a communal vibe and invited the guests to hang out and gather round, which was nice. There were also random seating placed atop of various sand dunes surrounding the camp, allowing you to sit at a quiet spot slightly away from the camp to take in the night sky. The weather was mild and comfortable. There was biting wind in the morning but it's tolerable with a light jacket. Dinner and breakfast were served in the communal tent indoors as it was rather windy when we were there. Breakfast was nicer then the dinner but we were well fed. Sunset near the camp was beautiful and I long to see it again one day. Sunrise was cloudy which was a little sad but it's not within anyone's control. Camel ride was as comfortable as camel rides can be. I have a feeling my camel was of good temperament. I did try another camel (hey Blanc!) Which felt a teeny bit more angsty. But the entire ride felt safe and they took care to make sure the ride was manageable, it was within an hour. Just enough to allow you to settle into the rhythm but not so long that you feel sore or tired from it. Our host was patient and firm with us. We felt a respect for him as he shared his love for the desert and nomadic life once embraced by his parents. One of our campmates asked for the wifi password and a dialogue about point of travelling to the desert and staying connected/disconnected to the outside world ensued. It was nice of him to share his viewpoint. Of course he gave the password but he encouraged us to simply use it to let our families know we have arrived at the camp and then to put our devices away. We enjoyed our interactions with him a lot as he came across as a really genuine person. I hope to return one day. :)…
We stayed the night at the desert luxury camp. The staff were great and the camels were very well behaved and placid. The accomodation was great, flushing toilet and shower. Food was excellent and they were more than happy to accomodate for the vegetarians on the trip. Highly recomend to anyone wanting to experience a night in the desert. Thank you very much
We did an overnight camel trek with Auberge Camping. My son and I had a great time. The camels were well cared for and the guides were so nice. Everyone spoke English. The food at the camp and back at the hotel in the morning was great. We especially appreciate the campfire and the drumming with the staff!!! What a great night.