See why so many travelers make Auberge le Festival their guest house of choice when visiting Tinerhir. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a romantic setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
In addition, while staying at Auberge Le Festival Hotel guests have access to a rooftop terrace, and you can stay connected with free internet access. You can also enjoy an outdoor pool and free breakfast while staying at Auberge le Festival. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Auberge Le Festival Hotel.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Todgha Gorge, which is a popular Tinerhir canyon – and it is conveniently located a short distance from the guest house.
At Auberge le Festival, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Tinerhir.
A perfectly situated hotel for those who like the quiet and enjoy the view of the surrounding mountains. Besides being really atmospheric, (resembling a cave), the room was also clean and well maintained. Extensive breakfast and absolutely tasty and nicely served dinner. All together a very fine hotel, but what makes it perfect are the owner and the people who work there. They give off the impression that they are all a big family and they make you feel quite at home. Completely different from the en masse hotels. With special thanks to Mustafa who makes every day a happy and special one. Two very pleased veterinarians ;-) Allemachtig prachtig!
this place is amazing and the food is the best of all. We never had a tagine as good as the one here. That said, the rooms do need some tender love and care. Corona did leave it's mark and you feel the place needs to touch up. That said, personnel is super friendly. Do not expect a pool, it is more of a plunge style thing.
I will never forget our night and stay at auberge du festival. A wonderful stunk g place to be in. The hotel is amazing is quite and cosy, the stuff is a zing friendly professional and great Walid is an example of a professional stuff. He took care of us him along with the kitchen stuff make us feel at home and this rare hospitality gives you a wonderful feeling of belonging to the place. I would definitely recommend the place it worths trying. I am happy that we list our way but it was Allah who makes this wonderful surprise!
If you are looking for a place to disconnect from civilization then this is the place. We really enjoyed it, we booked a cave room and regular one. The kids loved it, i wish we could stay more than 1 night. If you are lucky you could get a glimpse of the nomades. I also would like to thank the boys for looking after us. My only recommendation would be to put a fireplace at the lobby.
The + + Location: right inside the Gorges of Todgha + Charming architecture + The receptionist was kind and helpful + Free satellite wifi in reception area + Mosquito nets on the windows The - - The guy who took my phone reservation is, apparently, the owner's brother. I let him know my arrival date and asked him to book a mountain guide. Upon arrival, no one was aware of my booking and the guide wasn't available. The main reason for my trip was hiking, so i immediately left and looked for a more professionally managed hostel. - No cellphone service - Ants in the room
This dreamlike accommodation offered a beautiful stay in the Todra Gorge. We slept in one of the ‘cave rooms’, which was cosy, clean and cool. The internet connection could be improved. Furthermore, on the terrain are many flies and pigeons which made our dinner and breakfast somewhat less comfortable.
Our family (2 adults, 2 teenagers) had a great two-night stay at Auberge le Festival. I'm so glad we were able to be there for a full day because it is a relaxing place and we had time to explore the immediate area, as well as to take a full-day hike above the gorge (our guide Majoub was arranged by the hotel manager and was terrific; Majoub's brother Ali can take you rock climbing near the auberge -- wish we could have done that as well). The dinner offerings were simple, but delicious: Moroccan moussaka or chicken brochettes with fries. Good salads and a tasty chocolate mousse dessert. All family members were happy. Breakfast was also good. We brought our own wine and enjoyed sitting out on the big stone deck above our room to watch the sun go down on both nights with other guests. The auberge is in a stunning location -- no other place can match it. It's quiet and you can hear the nature (lots of birds) around you. Service the entire time was attentive and friendly. One of our kids needed to have wi-fi for a homework assignment and it was available in and around the main lodge. Our only criticism is that the beds are a bit hard. The kids slept fine on the twin couch/beds, but our mattress was like a slab of granite. Otherwise, the room was cozy, clean, and had a good supply of hot water in the evening for post-hiking showers. We loved our stay here and highly recommend it!…
Okay well the location is absolutely ideal however because the staff were so unprofessional and rude being stuck in the middle of nowhere and wanting to leave as soon as you can made the location awful for us. Waiting for over an hour for cold food was not a good start. The the manager waited for the main course to be served to tell us that the form we completed on arrival was not filled in correctly. When you compare the level of service you generally get in Morroco to service the manager provided it was shocking. With the right management onsite this place would be amazing. The master bedroom had a good bed but the 2 single beds had cheap and stained mattresses. The floor in the room was filthy and the fire in bedroom did not work. Such a shame for the staff as they work very hard but they need a manager that can lead by example and resolve issues not making problems worse. I refused to pay for dinner and had further disputes with the manager after waiting for him to get up and having to argue with him about the late and cold dinner experience. I have the whole dinner experience on video. The manager did not even have a wash or brush his teeth in the morning which was pretty gross and summed up the whole experience for us. We could not wait to leave.…
Amazing location. They built a hotel all alone on a hillside in the middle of Todra Gorge. Quiet, stunningly beautiful, and completely off the grid (solar power only, a bit of slow wifi available via satellite). Food is fine, which is good because there's nothing else around! But other than location, it's just quirky. New, but built to look like a castle (not a classic moroccan riad). Their premium rooms are "caves", which means they are built/plastered to look like they scooped a hole into the hillside (couldn't tell if they really did or if it was just built that way on the hillside). Interesting, but it really just makes it kinda stuffy with no light or airflow.
It was really a different experience, beautiful located and peaceful very kind and friendly staff! The Berber Moussaka was great It's really in the middle of nowhere with great view · There was no air conditioning as stated in the description. A bit overpriced