Hassan is very friendly and speeks english. The price is great, 100DH for one night of 5 person on an autocaravan, including WC with hot water and electricity. Doens't include meals, breakfast or dinner. From here you can book a camel tour to Erg Chebbyi that starts on the hostel entrance. We have booked for 6 a.m. to see the sunrise and the price have been 150DH per person for an hour in the dunes. At 9 a.m the price is lower (100DH), but it's not the same experience. Great tour, nice young berbere guide and enough for a taste of the desert. Hassan prepared our dinner and everything was very good, the soap, the tagine and the fruit. The dinner was 70DH per person. They also let us to bring our own portuguese wine. Just one advise that is not relates with the hostel, but with a scam at the entrance of Merzouga. There are some guys dressed like berberes on a barricade at the entrance of Merzouga that insist to take you for a specific hostel to get some commission. They are very annoying and when we refused they followed the caravan on motorcycles saying that the place we go is very bad, and it isn't! Be careful with this guys, mainly at night if you don't know where is your hostel. Anyway, Le Petit Prince is excellent!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A family run establishment in the heart of Merzouga at the foot of the Erg Chebbi dunes. Hotel rooms, camping cars, campground, camel treks, desert bivouac, excursions, and tours of Morocco. ... more less
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