Palm's Hotel Club is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Erfoud, offering a romantic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Palm's Hotel Club is a romantic hotel offering air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free internet access is offered to guests.
The hotel features a concierge and room service. Plus, guests can enjoy a pool and breakfast, which have made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Erfoud. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
If you are looking for a good Italian restaurant, you may want to check out Cafe-Restaurant des Dunes or Restaurant Benhama Erfoud while staying at Palm's Hotel Club.
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out an art gallery, such as Art Sahara.
Enjoy your stay in Erfoud!
Although you drive through a gated palm tree lined entrance that’s where perfection ends. This was a truly awful place to stay! As you leave reception, you enter the pool area which is rather nice and well maintained, with plenty of seating for visiting tourists (and there are a lot of visiting tourists). A single pool, it’s clean and tidy. The water was very cold though. Rooms are away from the main building in Butlins style blocks. The blocks are tatty and in desperate need of an update. Ours had water stains down the side of the building from an historic water leak. There didn’t appear to be a great deal of lighting in the grounds either so finding your way or key in the lock without iPhone torch was almost impossible. And don’t forget to press the button by the door to activate your power (found that out ourselves). The bedroom was very basic; again in desperate need of repair and update. Beds are comfy but creaky. Although air con is provided; it switches off halfway through the night as the power to the room shuts off (common in sub Saharan areas apparently). A TV is provided, but there are no English speaking programmes (not even Sky news) so you can’t watch it. Also worth noting, that the hotel staff don’t really speak English so communication can be difficult. The bathroom is desperately in need of decoration and updating, although functional. The hotel is very noisey; guests tend not to care about others and if you’re unlucky enough to have a bedroom just off pool (as we did); it can be very noisey until the early hours. The food is truly awful. Very little choice, not replenished in a timely manner (at busy times) and the seating arrangements in the dining area - confusing! Not a piece of fruit in sight, ‘Paw Patrol’ fromage frais and the blandest Cous Cous I’ve ever eaten. Dining staff are surly and not really helpful, more authoritarian; certainly don’t make you feel valued or welcome. More of a ‘grab a quick bite and leave’ kind of place. The hotel does have a bar (didn’t partake) and WiFi (although WiFi fails if too much ‘traffic’ to get on). Too many tourists in too small a space made this feel more of a ‘transit lounge’ than a comfortable nights rest. Not recommended, and certainly the worst on the list for Voyage Prive. This is certainly the ‘no frills’ hotel on the tour.…
This hotel is one of the best hotels I ve been in in Morocco ! Seriously everything is good there , the weather , the atmosphere and the activities , the staff and especially the food , i liked the food very much ! Keep up the good work guys 🥰 !
Excellent choice in breakfast, lunch and dinner buffet. Rooms are spacious and beds and bedding very comfortable. The staff throughout the establishment are very courteous and always their to help you.
A hotel from nowhere, according to our guide, this place was close to the Sahara Desert and we will visit the next day. Drums and dancing welcome our group to the establishment. The room was spacious, and sparse. Dinner was great, tour operator ordered a roasted baby lamb and so well cooked & delicious, was finished in a flash. Managed to see the pool, and the surroundings before moving out to see the grand Sahara Desert.
great atmosphere, that's what attracted me the most in this hotel, I spent New Year's Eve there, different type of music, I loved the Gnawa. good staff, polite and well trained, I also liked Moroccan food, in general it is a great place to have a good stay!