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Kasbah Le
Ranked #15 of 23 Hotels in Merzouga
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed March 10, 2012

We didn't have a whole lot of time in Morocco on our trip. We were only able to make it to Merzouga for one night but we're glad we came. We were fed after our long drive from Ouarzazate right when we got there. The staff made it really easy for us to benefit from the time we had with a trip around the dunes in a 4x4, saw some tradition berber music and dancing, saw the sun set over the dunes while messing around in the sand, visited some nomadic people in the area that they knew very well, and had tea all along the way. We woke up really early the next morning to be able to ride camels up the giant dunes right behind the place to watch the sunrise and make our way out of town. I wish we could have stayed longer! The rooms were nice and spacious way more than the cities. Also very easy to access with a small car, no need for a four wheel drive its paved all the way. We came in a full packed car with 5 college kids and had no problems.

Room Tip: 3 person room is huge! we came in march, so it was just a little to chilly for our personal taste to...
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Stayed: March 2012, traveled with friends
9  Thank Shanon T
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Reviewed January 6, 2012

We used the Touareg Hotel only to leave the luggage, then we reached the desert by camel and we slept in the "touareg" tents. The special accomodation is organized by the hotel itself and offers you the chance to have lunch at the hotel (delicious local omelettes) and then to pass through the impressive dunes of Merzouga by camel. Then you reach the tents, well equipped with beds, electricity, blankets and shared WC. You can see the sunset, have dinner and then sing and dance by the fire. You sleep in the tents (quite freezing in December but the dawn is worth the effort). You go back in the morning and have breakfast at the hotel. We could not enjoy the hotel itself but it offers a pleasant pool, simple rooms, good restaurant. The experience in the desert is of course a must!

  • Stayed: December 2011, traveled with friends
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4  Thank roseglobe
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Reviewed May 14, 2011

A boy got us for a cameltrip and brought us to this Kasbah. Ik looks great from the outsight. We made a price that was OK, cheaper that by internetbooking. We stayed in the pool till 5 PM and then left into the desert. We kept a room (was not that great to sleep i gess but OK, to store the luggage. The trip was great. When we got back we took a swimm and a shower. When all the sand was from our body's we left at 11am.

Good place to start the desertsafari.

  • Stayed: May 2011, traveled with family
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7  Thank GJB010
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Reviewed November 21, 2010

The grounds are nice. The rooms seem dark, but were light enough (after getting light bulbs). The staff was not that helpful or friendly EXCEPT for the guy who did all the work, getting water from the bar, being the waiter at dinner, etc. He was great, spoke French and Spanish.
Dinner was good, especially for being out in the desert. I took a 4WD around the dunes. The owner was a total jerk, but the drivers were friendly.
The rooms were generally clean, although not perfect-like the tissue on the floor when I walked in my room.
Wifi in the lobby.
I was going to walk into town at night but it was far in the dark. I did walk to the dunes for sunset. You can also get camels from the hotel if you are so inclined.

  • Stayed: October 2010
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4  Thank HnLA
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Reviewed August 3, 2010

We picked this Kasbah as it offered good value of money and fairly good facilities. Staff were very friendly and looked after us well. There was performance of a Somali group on the night we stayed which wouldn't be to everyone's taste but we found it interesting, the dinner included in the price was very good, we also booked sunrise camel ride which was fantastic. There are rooms with and without A/C so if you going during July/August make sure you request it as temperatures reach 50 Celcius. Like many places in Morocco they don't serve alcohol so if you like a drink by the pool best to bring it with you.

  • Stayed: July 2010, traveled with friends
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12  Thank AleLon
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Reviewed September 24, 2009

I stayed here with my husband and son as part of a Family Adventure Company holiday. The room was not great and the bathroom was a bit grim but the shower worked well. There was a swimming pool which made the kids' eyes sting a bit but none of them would get out of it so it can't have been that bad. The food served for dinner was good and plentiful although the breakfasts were a bit poor. The staff were friendly. There was still building work being undertaken at the time of our visit. We used this as a base for our overnight camp in the desert and you couldn't ask for better scenery. One of the sinks did fall off the wall, just missing one of the kids' feet but as with most of the hotels we stayed in in Morocco, health and safety just hasn't got there yet!

  • Stayed: August 2009
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4  Thank GrannyWard
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Reviewed July 19, 2009

we didn't stay here so i cant comment on the overnight experience in the hotel itself. However, we did stumble upon them early in the day and went to the desert over night with them. It is a local, family run operation. we got to Merzouga really early so we had nothing to do. this was the perfect place as it included in the price of the overnight Camel and Camping trip in the desert, full access to their pool all day and you get a free room where you can shower before and after your Camel/ overnight desert stay. We ate a fabulous lunch there. Swam in their wonderful pool. Showered in the room which was very clean and nice. Then we left at 4pm (it was summer time after all), led by Mustafa, a young berber boy, by foot. we rode the camels and he walked us about 2 hours into the desert. their campsite is set up above, away from the rest (the other campsites are all located in a crowded oasis, which is much noisier than where we were at). Mustafa spoke a little English, and pretty good French. He's not very talkative which is fine because the desert is about soaking in the environment more than anything. at night he dragged me up a giant sand mound to look out over the desert. at that point he was super chatty and fun. the dinner was great. we slept outside as the tents were too hot. the next day we rode back and hung out at the hotel. Breakfast was included as part of the package. We paid 400 Dirham for the whole package and that's a lot less than we were quoted elsewhere. it was a great experience. i highly recommend it, especially if you are on a budget.

  • Stayed: July 2009, traveled with friends
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11  Thank gotripout
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Additional Information about Kasbah Le

Address: Bp 11 | Er Rachidia, Merzouga 52202, Morocco
Location: Morocco > Meknes-Tafilalet Region > Merzouga
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Suites Swimming Pool
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Ranked #15 of 23 Hotels in Merzouga
Price Range: $25 - $35 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 35

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