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Reviewed June 8, 2009

This place is truly a little bit of heaven. Sure if you are after cable TV, elevators, aircons and other "costa del sol hotel" amenities, you will probably turn around in the doorway, but if you are after a truly amazing, authentic and tranquil moroccan experience this is the perfect place. We only stayed for one night as we were on route to Erg Chebbi but we whished that we could have stayed for longer. We arrived around 10pm and even though it was late at night, there was a fantastic chicken and olive tangine freshly prepared for us and served with moroccan salad, homemade bread and mint tea, followed by a beautiful dessert. We were taken around the kasbha and showed a few different rooms to choose from, all beautiful. We opted for a room our private terrace overlooking the interior court yard which also had an un-suite spotless bathroom and a really comfortable double bed. The room was simply but absolutely beautiful decorated and had a really romantic feel with lots of small lamps and candels. There was no need for any aircon as the room is naturally cool (even during soaring day time temperatures) and at night when the temperature dropped there was a thick blanket provided to keep us warm and cosy. We were offered to have the breakfast at the terrace overlooking the palmerie and the breakfast consisted of freshly squeezed organge juice, mint tea or coffe, crepes, and bread with fig and strawberry jam, which filled us up nicely to long after lunchtime. All the people that worked at the Kasbah were very friendly and helpful and all spoke french and most of the very good english. They really did everything they could to ensure that our stay where as good as it could possibly be.

The only regret that we have is that we could not stay for longer, its is truly a little bit of paradise set in a fantastic setting. I really could not recomend it enough.

After reading some of the less impressed reviews for this kasbah on Tripadvisor, I can't help to wonder why those people bothered to go to Morocco in the first place and if possible heat stroke caused their disolutioned judgement of such a fantastic place??

  • Stayed: June 2009, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed January 26, 2009

While the kasbah style of the hotel sure is impressive at first sight, this one is very average. With other words, nothing terrible and nothing fantastic. The rooms are nicely done but for example nobody bothers to remove the loads of bird [-] that you must cross at the entrance and outside the tower rooms. The restaurant has the atmosphere of a train station waiting hall, instead of some nice music they had the radio on with some sporting event in Arabic until another guest helped himself and started a CD. The food was very boring: Chicken tagine and no choice, which is the most common standard dish that you probably had every other day in Morocco anyway, but this one had some very tasteless chicken meat. Upon checkout at 10a.m. the receptionist was not there and could net be found, no one had change for me - and there are no big notes in Moroco, so I´m only talking about small change! Very common among taxi drivers who try to squeeze out a tip like that but so far hasn´t happened to me in a hotel.

  • Stayed: December 2008, traveled solo
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Reviewed July 28, 2008

We were so disappointed with my husband when we arrived in the kasbah : no air conditioning, our bedroom door could not close properly, no TV, no pools, no terrasse for meals, etc ... basically no comfort.
But after a few minutes spent inside, such a strange atmosphere in the room that I have never experienced before.
This place had been renovated as an ancient kasbah which means that you have tiny little windows so it was very dark, also because the doors were all open like in a theatre, they were banging ... and then a strange, heavy silence.
At the reception, you will find only men to help you, no signs of any women. I asked to have our dinner on the terrasse as mentionned on the ad but no signs of any terrasse.
Besides, I would like to add that I am not the kind of fussy person in the evryday life but I felt, including my husband that this place was quite intimidating.
We finally decided to look for a new accomodation.

  • Stayed: June 2008
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Reviewed October 25, 2007

The property is amazing! Good food, good service, clean and super cool! The history behind the Kasbah is very interesting and the manager, Aziz, can fill you in. He and the entire staff are very helpful and friendly and many of them can speak perfect English.

Stayed: October 2007
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Reviewed May 12, 2007

The most unique place I've stayed at. You feel like you are spending the night in a Middle Ages Castle. I loved it ! Nice service and meals also make this a fantastic property.

  • Stayed: December 2006, traveled as a couple
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