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Reviewed October 29, 2012

This an original kasbah which has been restored by the owner using local materials. As a result the small dark rooms, steep winding stairs and stone floors initially take some getting used to. However you quickly come to enjoy the fantastic views from the tower, the laid back attitude of the staff and the experience of staying in such an historic place. There was no choice for dinner but it was prepared by a local chef and quite basic.
The Kasbah provided an excellent local guide who took us on a four hour walk through the palmier (oasis) and showed us the many ruined kasbahs, and we were able to watch a local potter working in his own home.

  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank Jackie S
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Reviewed October 1, 2012

If you want a taste of real Morocco instead of the faceless hotels then this is what you should be looking for. The kasbah is wonderfully atmospheric. It is not luxurious but then you are not paying luxury prices. We stayed here for just one night - we have stayed here before on a previous visit en route to the Todra Gorge and Valley of the roses. The rooms are quite basic but clean and very traditional. Bathroom perfectly adequate. We had air conditioning which was welcome. The staff are lovely and friendly and will go out of their way to make you feel welcome. They will provide you with a hairdryer if you need one or anything else you need. We were the only 4 guests in the place so they asked us what time we would like dinner and what time we would like to eat. Dinner was the most wonderful chicken tagine with a starter and fresh melon for dessert accompanied by home made bread. They also serve beer and red and wine. We arrived in time to have a cold beer sitting on the terrace watching the sunset through the palm trees - wonderful. Later we saw the most amazing starry sky due to little light pollution. In the morning we got up to watch the sunrise and walked around the palmery in the lovely early morning silence. Breakfast was a very simple affair of bread and jam with tea or coffee. Really fresh. All in all I would recommend this place as it is a lovely experience and excellent value for money. We could not believe how little we were charged for dinner, bed, breakfast, wine and beer. Thoroughly enjoyable.

  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank Dottydenise
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Reviewed May 2, 2012

Stayed here for one night between Erg Chebbi and Demnate. The building is interesting, but the rooms are not comfortable, the food was mediocre (skimpy dinner and a cold breakfast) and the staff seemingly uninterested in the guests. We did enjoy the view from the roof and the walk to the Sufi shrine.

  • Stayed: March 2012, traveled with friends
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Reviewed April 22, 2012

A bit cold and forbidding (we arrived at night) but quite incredible! A once-in-a-lifetime chance to stay in a real Moroccan Kasbah. The beds are pretty hard and it's quite cold in November, so be warned!

  • Stayed: November 2011, traveled with family
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Thank worldtraveler9871
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Reviewed April 22, 2012

It was a nice experience to sleep in a real palace, though it was very cold, and the WiFi was only usable in the lobby.

Stayed: November 2011, traveled with family
Thank Fritz K
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