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Hotel des Cascades
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Reviewed January 9, 2012

The best location of all hotels we visited in Morocco: built into the side of the rock with wonderful views over the valley and distant mountains. Total silence at night, no traffic, no barking dogs! The hotel is simple but comfortable and has a proper electric heater in both bedroom and bathroom (NOT reversible air-conditioning). It has good sized flowered garden areas, some of which are a flight of stairs down from the hotel, as is the swimming pool. In clement weather you can eat on the terrace and relish the views. Breakfast was just OK and evening menu disappointing. After reading the menu twice in hope of finding an un-noticed item, we finally settled on chicken in lemon and chicken in honey. Both were mediocre. The chicken was dry and served with fried potatoes! We had asked for cous cous (semoule) late afternoon; reply, "it's too late, had you told me this morning it would have been possible". To which I felt like replying: "Had you told me that I had to order dinner this morning, I would have done so". So in the end, a meal that you could have eaten anywhere in Europe. Pity. However, I would return to the hotel for its location. If you're driving, then turn left out of the hotel and the road will, after an hour of driving through the most magnificent mountain scenery with not a car in site, take you to the Agadir-Marrakech motorway. Trust me, as for the first 20 km there are no signposts to tell you where you are going! You can also reach Essaouira by turning left out of the hotel.

  • Stayed: January 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank cliffordchambers
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Reviewed January 9, 2012

We stayed here for two nights the first week of January. This hotel is located a couple of hundred metres outside the very small traditional village of Immozzer. We travelled up by Grand Taxi from Agadir. After some haggling we paid 400 Dirhams for the journey. (About £35) Not bad value as it was almost a 2 hour journey up a windy narrow road. It has outstanding views over the valley and mountains. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The hotel was let down slightly by very poor quality towels. The worst I have ever seen for years in a hotel. There was no bath mat and the bin in our bathroom had not been emptied and had what looked like the remains of the previous female occupants make up and 'other' waste. There seemed to be a problem with the hot water. Piping hot on the first night but luke warm the next night. I was told that if I ran it for 10 mins it would come through hot. Tried that and it didn't work so made do with a very quick cold bath. We paid for the bed breakfast and evening meal. All the food was of good quality and plenty of it. Just make sure they don't try and chatge more for the room like they did with us. A bottle of wine will cost you £17 and a 33cl bottle of beer £3. There was a lovely fire in the lounge area which was lit each evening. Take warm clothes as the stone building makes this hotel naturally cold. It has lovely gardens which lead down to a secluded swimming pool and tennis courts. We did two nice walks from there. Up to the fort on the hill which was a 2 hour fairly easy round trip walk. The second walk took us out the back gate , across the dried up river and then followed a track across the hills and then dropped down to the small village where the waterfalls are. The rocks are quite spectacular but not much water at the moment. If there on a Thursday its worth walking into the village for the weekly market. This is a locals market so dont expect any touristy rubbish on sale. If you are of a delicate nature dont venture to far into the market as they sell goats and chickens and slaughter, skin and gut them there and then. Very interesting though. If you stay here you are fairly tied to the hotel for food as there is only a very basic cafe in the village. If they improve the minor things this could be a great hotel. Staff were very friendly and helpful.

  • Stayed: January 2012, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank GrahamUnitedKingdom
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Reviewed February 26, 2011

This is a wonderful place to stay. The service is attentive and there are lovely open fires. The food was very good and it is worth asking for the really tasty goat tagine. The bedrooms are basic but acceptable and everything else about the place is exceptional. Lunch is busy with but makes the place seem even more peaceful when the day visitors leave! We would like to return here, possibly at a different time of year. The drive from Agadir is stunning and the surrounding area is well worth exploring.

  • Stayed: February 2011, traveled as a couple
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Thank Langlandlady
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Reviewed February 24, 2011

If you love nature in all its glory, this is the place for you. The mountains are breathtaking and stretch out before you as far as the eye can see. You can eat out on the stone terrace in a wonderful flowered setting, overlooking the valley below, with the stone arches of the hotel behind you. The feeling of peace is overwhelming. The staff is great and will go out of their way to please you and the food , particularly the honey chicken tagine, is marvelous. If you want to take a break and enjoy nature, there are lots of hiking paths and it's even possible to go for a donkey ride, not to mention the waterfall.
I loved the place.
Gail Cimon

  • Stayed: February 2011, traveled with friends
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Thank gail100
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Reviewed February 23, 2011

Our second visit to this charming hotel that has not changed in the 4 years that we have known it. The service is outstanding, careful and attentive. Its location is stunning. Its rooms are without frills but adequate with wonderful views. It can get busy at lunchtime but this adds to the ambience of the place and makes the other times of the day seem even more peaceful. English tea for two on the terrace in the afternoon sunshine should not be missed for romantics both young and old.

  • Stayed: February 2011, traveled as a couple
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