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As a refuge this place probably not too bad, but for the price we paid (150 euro for a private family room, including dinner and breakfast) is not to our expectations.
The family room is very small, with double size bunk beds for 4 person),...More
Vile place. Vile people run it too. The toilets are extreme vile. Bring loads of sanitiser and toilet roll. Or don’t go!
It just feels like another con/scam.
It was freezing and the fires weren’t lit once.
It’s a horrible and filthy, loud place. The...More
The dirtiest place I have ever been. Shared dorms are disgusting. Toilets are not cleaned until you leave, no toilet paper and people being sick due to altitude sickness.Manager shouted at me and my partner when we asked for a private room. I was actually...More
We stayed here for one night (included with our package). The other option was the CAF refuge (next door). With hindsight, I should have popped into to take a look in order to write a more accurate review.
Anyway, this the newer & bigger of...More
We stayed here on our 2 day accent of Toubkal, arriving in the evening there were a couple of rooms with heating on.
Dorms were comfortable and toilets were reasonable. The service waalaykum salaam good.
Hi, I think it would be wise to book in advance - winter trips to Toubkal seem to be popular - but there are two refuges there - the other one is not as good as this one though. I have no idea of the cost but it will not be... More
Hi, I think it would be wise to book in advance - winter trips to Toubkal seem to be popular - but there are two refuges there - the other one is not as good as this one though. I have no idea of the cost but it will not be expensive - I think I paid around £200 for my whole trip which included guide for two days, taxi fares, overnight at the refuge in a twin room, single occupancy, which included evening meal, breakfast and lunch the next day. I was there in August and even then there was a slight chill during the night. I only had a silk liner to sleep in. The windows are single glazed and they only have metal shutters in front of them. I reckon it would be quite cold in the winter in the bedrooms. My guide said that the communal rooms were nice and warm though with the log fires going - so a decent sleeping bag would be adequate I reckon. It's got to be warmer than a tent! Not sure I can help you with much else - so hope this is of some use - have a great trip.