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Hotel Temple des Arts

Numeros 173 et 174 Hay Al Wahda 45000, Ouarzazate 45000 Morocco
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#12 of 74 B&Bs / Inns in Ouarzazate
The ONLY 5 Star Luxury Boutique Hotel in Ouarzazate
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Dry cleaning
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Outdoor pool
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Air conditioning
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Flatscreen TV
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Non-smoking rooms
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gigi560 wrote a review Sep 2021
London, United Kingdom8 contributions9 helpful votes
We stayed at this delightful hotel as we were intrigued by the movie theme of the hotel and we were not disappointed. If you want to step into Hollywood in Morocco , then this is your hotel! We stayed in the Cleopatra Suite. The attention to detail is spot on. What we liked about the hotel was the personal touch. The impeccable service started the second we walked through the door. Omar the general manager was very helpful. His hospitality went above and beyond. It’s a pity there isn’t a Jewel In the Crown room as Omar would certainly deserve his place there. The owner of the hotel is a film producer and we loved how he channelled his creativity in making this hotel a homage of the Hollywood films that were made in Morocco. Has to be seen.
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Response from Albert Elgrissy, Propriétaire at Hotel Temple des Arts
Responded 30 Sep 2021
Dear Sir, Thank you very much for your praise and your delightful comments. You have summarized in a few words the RAISON D’ETRE of our intentions when deciding to build Le Temple Des Arts in this concept… When traveling a visitor needs also a unique sensation linked to the place and not simply the region where you travel… We look forward to see you again soon ( 7 themes for 7 movies !) With my kindest regards
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jean claude g wrote a review Jan 2021
4 contributions1 helpful vote
Nous habitons le Maroc depuis quelques années et avons passé les vacances dans le Sud du pays. Nous y avons trouvé une région désertée par les touristes, vacante, ruinée. Pour l'hôtel à Ouarza, on craignait le pire. Tout était fermé, boutiques barricadées, sites déserts, dunes sans traces, chameaux absents.,.. Nous n'avions rien réservé, échaudés par ces sites qui débitent votre carte de crédit, confirment votre réservation et ne vous disent pas, mauvaise surprise, que l'établissement est fermé depuis deux semaines. Au Temple, nous étions seuls, ma femme et moi. C"était le soir d'un 31 décembre qui s'annonçait Coronasinistre. Deux messieurs "très comme-il-faut" aurait diit ma grand-mère nous ont accueillis dans les règles (thé, amuse-bouches immédiats), installés dans la meilleure suite comme les nababs que nous aimerions être, et suivis de leurs courtoises attentions. Un détail dira tout : nous avions emporté (c'était quand même le Nouvel An!) une bouteille de champagne. Ils nous l'ont gracieusement frappée à coeur, servie dans la chambre dans un seau avec son linge blanc et ont rempli les coupes selon le grand protocole. Essayez ça au Marriott ou à l'Intercon !! Sans doute ont-ils dû, un soir pareil et seulement pour un couple, réveiller le chef, réputé ici, et relancer sa cuisine. Toujours est-il que nous avons mangé un repas tout simple et extrêmement raffiné. (Briouates et côtelettes d'agneau. Je connais beaucoup d'agneaux de Sisteron à Saint-Rémy-de-Provence mais on ne m'avait pas encore fait la surprise de m'en cuire les côtelettes comme ce monsieur.) Tout le reste, oui, oui, l'hôtel est irréprochable. Au-dessus des choses mesurables en étoiles, on trouve au Temple ce genre d'hospitalité qui donne envie, non pas de revenir, mais de rester.
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Date of stay: January 2021
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1 Helpful vote
Response from Albert Elgrissy, Propriétaire at Hotel Temple des Arts
Responded 18 Jan 2021
Merci cher Monsieur pour votre commentaire très professionnel et très gratifiant! Pour un hôtelier la meilleure récompense est de recevoir un message comme le vôtre. Dans quelques mois le Coronavirus sera vaincu par la vaccination et le Grand Sud retrouvera tout son charme. Nous nous ferons un plaisir de vous recevoir et de partager avec vous le Charme de cette région. Dans cette attente, recevez toutes nos gratitudes, de mon équipe et de ma part. Albert ELGRISSY
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Vacationlover613 wrote a review Mar 2020
Ottawa, Canada23 contributions50 helpful votes
Check-in: arrived late and tired. We were greeted at the door with a warm welcome. We were invited to sit while the receptionist completed the registration. While we were waiting we were presented with dinner menus. We were asked to select our meal and give them a time when we wanted to eat. Now that's service. Room: The room is gorgeous. We were given an upgraded room. Each room in the hotel is based on a movie filmed in town. Our room was Kundun so the decor was designed to look like a Buddhist temple. The room was large with a sitting area, fireplace! And another small sleeping area. Would be perfect for a couple travelling with a child. The bathroom is large with a massive tub and double sinks. The room also had a balcony facing the pool. There are 2 mosques quite close to the hotel so we could clearly hear the call to prayer. A shame we were only there overnight. Restaurant: We had the restaurant to ourselves for dinner and breakfast. Dinner was ordered in advance during check in. So we sat down and were served almost immediately. We had salads to start. My husband had a Berber salad – tomatoes, onions and peppers. My mother and I had a trio of salads – beet, carrot and tomato. The salads were served in adorable mini tagines. For our main courses, my mother and I had brochettes – lamb, chicken and kofta while my husband had a chicken tagine with preserved lemons. We all had crepes suzette for dinner. Everything was delicious, the service was attentive. The ambiance in the restaurant is cozy. There are four or five tables and a fireplace. Breakfast the next morning was also good with the same attentive service. Overall Service: Service at the hotel is excellent. Check in was quick, and dinner ordered during check in was welcome after a long day. We had trouble with our room safe that was fixed promptly. At one point, my mother was having trouble locking her room. The front desk clerk heard her struggling with the key and came upstairs right away to help before even being called. After dinner, we walked around the hotel to check out the decor. It is decorated like an Egyptian temple. As we were walking around one of the staff members opened up some of the areas to show us around. Only good things to say about this place!
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Date of stay: February 2020
2 Helpful votes
Response from Albert Elgrissy, Propriétaire at Hotel Temple des Arts
Responded 3 Mar 2020
Dear Guest, It is a delight to read your kind appreciation of your short stay with us.! So gratifying !!! Many thanks for having taken the time to describe your experience with us. Please do not hesitate to come back here and to recommend it to your friends and family. Kindest regards.
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Larry Espel wrote a review Feb 2020
10 contributions24 helpful votes
Lovely hotel with beautiful decor. We stayed in the Kundun suite. Wonderful room. We had great service from staff, including Jawad at the desk and Omar as waiter. The meal was very good. I am surprised by the comment of one reviewer about odors and slow staff response. We had neither such experience at all.
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Date of stay: January 2020
2 Helpful votes
Response from Albert E, Propriétaire at Hotel Temple des Arts
Responded 6 Feb 2020
Thank you dear Guest for expressing your satisfaction ( many other guests don’t !) and probably take it for granted. Your comments summarize the concept of our luxurious Guest House. Please do not hesitate to recommend it to your relatives and friends, they will be grateful to you. We look forward to welcome you again in Ouarzazate … there is so much to discover, a few minutes away from Temple des Arts ! Best regards
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SRPK wrote a review Oct 2019
Toronto33 contributions61 helpful votes
We spent one night at the Temple des Artes in Ouazazate. A unique and beautiful hotel inspired by the history of movies in the area and the local film studios. We stayed in the Lawrence of Arabia suite, which was spacious and beautifully decorated. The staff were wonderful and arranged our taxi to visit Ait Ben Haddou – highly recommended at sunrise or sunset for fewer crowds and spectacular photography. Due to our late arrival ad early departure we had little time to explore the hotel further, but the gardens and pool looked wonderful. We had one meal from room-service and this was freshly prepared and very tasty.
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Date of stay: September 2019
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2 Helpful votes
Response from Albert E, Propriétaire at Hotel Temple des Arts
Responded 28 Oct 2019
Thank you dear Guest for your praise which is a great reward for us. There are so many extraordinary places to see in and around Ouarzazate, that we sincerely expect you (and your favorite friends) to be back to discover the rest of the place. Best regards
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Temple des Arts
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Temple des Arts?
Nearby attractions include Kart Aventure (0.6 km), Musée du Cinema (1.1 km), and Marruecos Tu Sueño (0.8 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Temple des Arts?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
Which room amenities are available at Hotel Temple des Arts?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Temple des Arts?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotel Temple des Arts?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Temple des Arts?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Full Sun, Le Jardin des Aromes, and Habous.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Hotel Temple des Arts?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Is Hotel Temple des Arts located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 1.0 km away from the centre of Ouarzazate.
Are any cleaning services offered at Hotel Temple des Arts?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Temple des Arts?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Taourirt Kasbah (1.3 km).