Le Flouka Auberge et Restaurant du Lac

Le Flouka Auberge et Restaurant du Lac

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The Inn is located about 30 kms from Marrakech in Lalla Takerkoust. It is isolated but yet not too far away from the village and is right on the lake shore. Built using traditional Berber materials, it offers all the comfort and facilities in the rooms. A corner of paradise on earth ! Welcome to the quiet and calmness of a breathtaking environment looking out on the Atlas mountains all white in winter, and so colourful in the summer.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Pool
Free breakfast
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Airport transportation
Baggage storage
Street parking
Wifi
Pool / beach towels
Pool with view
Outdoor pool
Heated pool
Bar / lounge
Coffee shop
Restaurant
Kids' meals
Special diet menus
Wine / champagne
Car hire
Currency exchange
Gift shop
Outdoor furniture
Shared lounge / TV area
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Sun loungers / beach chairs
Sun terrace
Sun umbrellas
24-hour front desk
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Soundproof rooms
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Lake View
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English, French, Spanish, Arabic and 1 more

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Le Flouka, BP 45, Lalla Takerkoust 42200 Morocco
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Yusefine wrote a review Jul 2021
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania64 contributions48 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Le Flouka is a nice treat away from the hassle and bustle of Marrakech. The manager is very welcoming and the staff are doing a great job making sure you’re having a good time. A great place to chill over a nice meal or a drink. Highly recommended.
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Date of stay: June 2021Trip type: Traveled solo
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Travelling-Hope wrote a review Apr 2008
Bristol4 contributions5 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
I stayed here with a female friend at the Auberge for three nights. We chose the Auberge on the basis of Alistair Sawday’s “Special Places to Stay” review. Confusingly, it seems to have two names – “Auberge du Lac” and “Relais du Lac”. I think the full name is actually Auberge Relais du Lac. The website is http://www.aubergedulac-marrakech.com.

I’ve got really mixed feelings about this place. Basically, the location is fabulous, but the hosting is not terribly warm (particularly towards Brits) and the accommodation is a bit grotty.

PROS
- Views of lakes and mountains behind beautiful.
- Grounds are beautifully landscaped.
- Location feels private and isolated. Little development around.
- Sunbathing OK on beach or in hotel, even for single females.
- Bar and alcoholic drinks available.
- Two swimming pools.
- Lots of space for kids to run around.
- Food tastes almost as good as it looks.
- Warm showers and plenty of hot water
- Maids make a real effort to keep the place clean
- WiFi internet available.
- Great trekking area.
- Good value

CONS
- Accommodation very basic, hostel style.
- Hosting not terribly friendly, welcoming or caring. Front of house staff all men (not threatening, but the place doesn't feel very homely)
- Location very isolated
- Little to do apart from sunbathe, eat and drink
- Not much English spoken (mostly French)
- Transport a bit of a pain. You'll be reliant on taxis without your own vehicle. They'll try and rip you off. It's quite a faff getting hold of one once you're there.

The location is stunning. The views across the lake to the High Atlas are breathtaking. It is also very isolated. The peacefulness is very welcome, especially after the hustle and bustle of Marrakech.

The Relais’ grounds are well landscaped with flower beds and areas for sitting and tables for eating. The site is on a terraced slope, consequently there are lots of steps. There are lots of little bars on the site; most notable is the life sized novelty ship bar!

There are two pools. They’re not big, but they are quite deep and don’t have child friendly shallow areas. We were visiting in April and they were not heated. We managed a swim, but as a French guest said, it was “glacé”! Both pools are attractively laid out with sun loungers situated around. As two women travelling alone, we’ve had a bit of hassle. We felt safe by the lake and pool in beachwear. In contrast, I wouldn’t have considered sunbathing on the public beach at Essaouria.

There’s plenty of space, so lots of space for kids to run around. There isn’t any specific child friendly entertainment – for instance, no games for kids, climbing frames or toys. The other guests were mostly French and a mixture of families and couples. The atmosphere was rather like a family campsite in France. The place was overrun with kids, although I got the sense that they were more tolerated than encouraged by the host!

The bedrooms are situated in attractive little adobe buildings scattered around the site. The bedrooms themselves were a bit scruffy, bare and hostel-like, albeit a good size. We had a twin room (that could easily fit four single beds). Our room was situated off a small courtyard. There was one other double room off the same coutyard, which was slightly nicer than ours and had a fireplace. For a family, this arrangement would have worked well as the courtyard can be locked and small children left to roam in safety.

The loo and shower room are shared between the twin and double room. You have to go outside into the courtyard to get to them. This isn’t as bad as it sounds as the courtyard is private. In April the weather was warm enough for it not to be too much of a problem. The showers had plenty of hot water. Bizarrely, there was no fixing for the shower head on the wall, so you had to wash your hair one handed!

Other “comforts” like bins, curtains, heating and water glasses were also missing from the room. There was air con, but it was making a terrible noise in our room and kept waking us up! There were no drawers for your clothes and a miniscule wardrobe to hang your clothes.

The maids make a real effort to keep the place clean, despite it being run down. Our bathroom was always clean. Little touches like a vase of roses in the room were appreciated.

We did try the Berber tents one night. I suppose we were expecting camping chic and they were a little too “authentic” for us! Bizarrely, they cost more than the room. They simply contain two pallet beds (with sheets and blanket) and a low table, with candles for light. They’re not very big and we found we were cramped with two of us and two suitcases. They are permanently erected, so are very dusty. It aggravated allergies I haven’t suffered in years.

Previous reviews mention a female host, Catherine. I don’t think Catherine works at the Auberge anymore; the place is now run by a French man, Jean-Charles. Jean-Charles does not speak much English and I suspect much of his lack of friendliness stems from his lack of confidence with the language. He seemed much more affable with his French guests. Enough English is spoken for you to get by if you don’t speak any French, but it helps if you speak a little.

When you first arrive hoteliers normally greet you, give you a little introduction to their hotel and show you around. None of this happened for us and we found ourselves having to seek out staff to find the shower block etc late at night.

Given the Relais’ isolation, you have no choice but to eat at the Relais. The food was pretty good. It was very well presented and tasted almost as good as it looked. It was a mixture of French and Moroccan. There was a menu for lunch, but breakfast and dinner are set menus. Breakfast is bread, boiled eggs, coffee/tea, yoghurt and preserves. Dinner is soup, tagine, cake-like pudding or ice cream. Although there is no choice at dinner, I did notice chips and pasta appearing for the kids, so presumably they’re not totally inflexible on this point.

This is a great place for chilling out, doing a bit of sunbathing and hanging out by the pool with a cocktail. However, if this is not your thing, there is very little else to do. The nearest village is Lalla Takerkoust, 5km away. It’s pretty much a one-street village with some cafés (not geared up to Westerners) and some butchers shops. In between the Relais and Lalla Takerkoust, there is nothing except beautiful scenery.

It’s possible to arrange trekking, quadbiking, camel tours etc. Perhaps the Relais will do this for you, but it was never offered and it wasn’t obvious how to do it. We made a few calls ourselves after looking on the internet for tour guides (WiFi is available in the dining/bar area). We ended up doing a short walking trek in the foothills of the High Atlas from the nearby town of Amizmiz. Our guide Jamal was provided by www.highcountry.co.uk. We phoned them in the morning and were off on our trek by early afternoon. This was well worth doing. The walk was amazing and tailored to our requirements.

We didn’t have our own transport so used buses and taxis to get around. We got a grand taxi from Marrakech to the Relais at night. This cost 300Dhs (about £21 or €26). The Relais ordered a grand taxi for us when we left and returned to Marrakech during the day. This only cost 150Dhs (about £10.50 or €13). It took about 40 mins to get from Marrakech to the Relais (not travelling at rush hour).

The drivers often don’t know where the Relais is, so make sure that you note the directions before you go. It’s not hard to find – from Marrakesh, go through Lalla Takerkoust, then take a left towards the dam (“la barrage”). This takes you onto a single track, paved road by the lake. It’s 5km on this road to the Relais – there are occasional signs on the way telling you how many kilometres left to the Relais or Auberge.

It feels longer than 5km because the road is so narrow and windy. It’s also further than simply going to Lalla Takerkoust, so the drivers often try to scam more money from you by saying it’s “off road”.

When we went to Amizmiz for our trek, one of the Relais staff drove us to Lalla Takerkoust (after much discussion with Jean-Charles!), then we caught the bus to Amizmiz (10Dhs each). On our return, we got a grand taxi who ripped us off and we ended up paying 80Dhs.

There is a bus from Marrakech to Lalla Takerkoust, which is no doubt much cheaper than the taxi. However, once you get to Lalla Takerkoust, there’s no guarantee that you’ll find a petit taxi to get the rest of the way to the Relais. This would leave you with a 5km/6km walk.

It was very good value. We ended up staying three nights and had three breakfasts, three evening meals, one lunch and a couple of drinks. It cost about 3800Dhs for two of us (about £265 or €330).

So, to sum up – it was good for a bit of sunbathing, trekking and having a glass of wine while watching the sunset over the lake. I did enjoy it, but it’s let down by the unfriendly hosting and the scruffy accommodation. It was almost amazing, but not quite!
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Date of stay: April 2008
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
2.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
2.0 of 5 bubblesCheck in / front desk
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesBusiness service (e.g., internet access)
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PolnCol wrote a review Dec 2015
29 contributions39 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Stunning views, lovely staff & great service Comfortable rooms & heated pool in December - very pleasant. A most welcome & quite different experience from the frenetic pace of Marrakech. Bruno is lovely & speaks great Franglais!
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Date of stay: December 2015Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Response from JEAN-CHARLES P, Directeur général at Le Flouka Auberge et Restaurant du Lac
Responded Dec 13, 2015
Dear pauleen and Colin, (if I'm not mistaking, in frenglish), Thank you for coming, it was a delight to welcome you at Le Flouka.... Very kind regards. Bruno
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Emelecuk wrote a review Apr 2010
London3 contributions6 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
I would not recommend this hotel to anyone who doesn’t speak French, although the owners Philip and his partners spoke good English, they never ever tried to greet us or a least have a small conversation with us (they did with everyone else). They gave us a feeling that they wanted us to leave, because we couldn’t communicate. There is no other places to eat so you cannot avoid their £18 dishes (more expensive that London) wine was £16 and the food was not the best (desert was nice). I felt sorry for the staff, they were all locals and we saw them all day there (24 hours), these two arrogant owners looked like Conquistadores that never left Morocco and treated people like slaves.

Staff was really friendly, but not English at all. The location was indeed really nice, amazing view and good rooms.
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Date of stay: April 2010
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
2.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Louise011015 wrote a review Jun 2018
Glasgow, United Kingdom55 contributions67 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Le Flouka is a nice place if you want to escape from the hustle and bustle of Marrakech. The hotel/restaurant is beautifully situated overlooking the Lalla Takerkoust Lake.

Our room was spacious, clean and decorated very tastefully, although the terrace was dirty and tired. The interior is a mix of traditional Moroccan items combined with a more modern African style.

I was disappointed with the restaurant as prior to arriving I was emailed by Christian prior to arriving regarding any dietary requirements for our evening meal. As my daughter is vegetarian, he advised that a Vegetarian Tagine could be prepared for her. That evening when the main courses arrived, my daughter was given a BEEF Tagine – hardly suitable for a vegetarian!. When Christian was advised of this – he advised that he would speak to the Chef and organise a Vegetarian Tagine for her, which he did. This eventually arrived as a Tagine with carrots and courgettes (hardly imaginative for a Chef !).

The following evening, my meal was not particularly inspiring and the fish was incredibly dry.

On the Sunday the “Beautiful People from Marrakesh” arrived for Sunday Lunch and took over the hotel !

Overall it was an ok couple of nights but I would suggest more attention from the kitchen and more attention to detail , ie sweeping up and replacing some of the tired outside balcony furniture.
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Date of stay: June 2018
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TTK wrote a review Oct 2019
Brighton, United Kingdom329 contributions412 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
This was our 2nd visit and we had a lovely time. The staff are great and the location is fab if you just want to rest and relax as there is not much else to do unless you have a car!

We had a lovely large room with terrace and lake view. The pools are great but the larger one is able to be used by restaurant guests so can get busy during the day.

The food was good and the restaurant has a lovely setting. However I'm vegetarian and whilst I was catered for I didn't have much choice. I do echo the previous comments about breakfast - it was hit and miss and certainly not as good as when we stayed a couple of years ago.
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Jean Jaques wrote a review Sep 2019
Paris, France32 contributions64 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
This location is just lovely. But beware if you are staying at the hotel. The restaurant seems to be more important than the hotel. Someone will show you the room. Thats it. No one asks about your cases, no explanation of how things work, breakfast, check out etc. As a hotel guest you are a guest with no priority. Opposed to the crowds pouring in for lunch, who are really annoying. There is no place to go between 12 and 4 pm. As a hotel guest, there is no escape. Totally annoying and loud. We fled the compound during lunch hours.
The rooms used to be quite nice, but need a make over. They are spacious with small windows. The toilette is dirty and not fixed to the floor. The furniture outside ist really dirty. So you cant really relax and enjoy the deck.
Again. The restaurant ist great, for lunch (and dinner). But breakfast is a disaster. Old bread, three jams, bad coffee, some crepe piled up in a total mess of buffet. This was really bad. And not worth a dime. Also, we saw the staff clean used cups, and juice bottles under cold water, no hot water or cleaner. Nothing. No surprise that we got diarrhoea. This all sounds really bad. The point is. This place is a great location with good food in the restaurant. But don't expect too much of the hotel. The manager was really nice and friendly. Also the owner. But they did not really pay attention to us being a guest at the hotel.
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Date of stay: September 2019
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Sabine S wrote a review Dec 2019
Petersfield, United Kingdom15 contributions32 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
After four busy days in Marrakesh we decided to hire a car and go out of the busy city.
Le Flouka was the perfect place to go.
The location is exceptional. There is a huge terrace with outstanding views into the Atlas mountains as well as over the lake.
The rooms are equipped with everything you need, they are very clean and we had an open fire place in our room which keeps us warm as night temperatures where falling.
The restaurant at Le Flouka is outstanding, and it seems to have a very good reputation as people come from fare away to have lunch there. In the evening they get the fire place going to have a cosy dinner in a warm restaurant.
Christian, the manager, gave us a very warm welcome at arrival and all the staff is very friendly and attentive.
All in all a perfect stay and we will definitely go back when we return to Morocco.
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Date of stay: December 2019
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
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RonsterH2013 wrote a review Oct 2017
Crossgar, United Kingdom13 contributions20 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
On arrival at Le Petit Flouka I was blown away with what was hidden by the old wooden door, an oasis only 35 minutes from Marrakech.

Christian the manager met us on arrival and showed us to our clean simply decorated rooms which I adored. The main eating area and bar overlooked the lake such a wonderful place to sit and enjoy a drink or two. Christian and his team were very attentive infact Christian went above and beyond to help us with bus tickets etc for the next leg of our trip. The food was a mix of french and moroccan with rather large portions with a good choice daily. Breakfast again was plentiful no need to rush as it operated until 11am. Le Petit Flouk offered two pools of which one was heated, the poolside loungers comfortable with great shading from the Moroccan sun. I enjoyed my stay immensely and would not hesitate on returning.
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Date of stay: August 2017
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Revmandy wrote a review Jan 2016
Guildford, United Kingdom2 contributions2 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My husband and I spent two nights here. It is SO quiet. Excellent views of the lake and mountains, Bring a good book - because there is no nearby villages to buy things. We went pony trekking with a guide in the foot hills. The business is based within walking distance. I am not a horse rider but felt completely at ease and we saw much more of the area on our journey.
Breakfasts and evening meals were delicious.
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Date of stay: January 2016
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: All rooms based in individual 'mud -wall' rooms in the grounds.
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Response from JEAN-CHARLES P, Directeur général at Le Flouka Auberge et Restaurant du Lac
Responded Jan 25, 2016
Hi there, Many thanks for your very kind words, it was a pleasure to greet you at Le Flouka ! We hope to see you again… Kind regards
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Answer from JEAN-CHARLESP
Marrakech, Morocco
Hello Yes we can send you a taxi pick up at the airport on September 13 at 00:30 the price is 300 dirhams, What name did you book? Please answer me on my mailbox Thank you
Answer from JEAN-CHARLESP
Marrakech, Morocco
In February, but with no guarantee, the weather should be quite nice and already warm in the daytime. However, February is also one of the months when we may expect to get rains. Main activities (upon reservation most of the time) are mecanical sports such as quad or buggy ride in the Agafay Desert. Horse riding is also available. And jet ski on the lake as well. Kind regards.
Answer from Flouka
Lalla Takerkoust, Morocco1 contribution1 helpful vote
Dear Sir/Madam, Good morning and thank you for your message. To get to our place from Marrakech, unless you have your own car, the easiest way is to take one grand taxi. We used a grand taxi service at a fixed cost of 200 Dhs one way (Marrakech Gueliz, Medina or Hivernage). Should you come from the Palmeraie, there will be an extra cost of 100 Dhs. In case you would be interested, I give you herewith our taxi driver phone number +212 (0)6 62 84 00 94. His name : Abdelrak Do not hesitate to contact me again should you need any further information. Kind regards. Christian
Answer from Flouka
Lalla Takerkoust, Morocco1 contribution1 helpful vote
Hi Brewerboy, (hey, what a nickname...) ! You can expect 13° to 25° in November. Sorry, I thought I had previously send my reply. Kind regards. Bruno Manager
seb f wrote a tip Jun 2018
Torremolinos, Spain30 contributions44 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"lake view would be my tip, room 15 is superb with lake view"
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Gary S wrote a tip Jun 2017
United Kingdom340 contributions150 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"room 12 was amazing, large room comfy bed"
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maz b wrote a tip Feb 2016
Lewes, United Kingdom68 contributions33 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"The higher the room the better the view"
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Revmandy wrote a tip Jan 2016
Guildford, United Kingdom2 contributions2 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"All rooms based in individual 'mud -wall' rooms in the grounds."
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Monica C wrote a tip Jan 2016
Washington DC, District of Columbia35 contributions45 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"loved our room overlooking one of the pools and lake"
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Frequently Asked Questions about Le Flouka Auberge et Restaurant du Lac
Which popular attractions are close to Le Flouka Auberge et Restaurant du Lac?
Nearby attractions include Lac Lalla Takerkoust (0.6 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Le Flouka Auberge et Restaurant du Lac?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
What food & drink options are available at Le Flouka Auberge et Restaurant du Lac?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Le Flouka Auberge et Restaurant du Lac?
Yes, free parking and street parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Le Flouka Auberge et Restaurant du Lac?
Conveniently located restaurants include Le relais du Lac Marrakech, Le Flouka, and Rive du Lac.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Le Flouka Auberge et Restaurant du Lac?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Does Le Flouka Auberge et Restaurant du Lac have airport transportation?
Yes, Le Flouka Auberge et Restaurant du Lac offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are pets allowed at Le Flouka Auberge et Restaurant du Lac?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Le Flouka Auberge et Restaurant du Lac?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, French, German, and Arabic.
Does Le Flouka Auberge et Restaurant du Lac have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.
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