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Reviewed 26 August 2012

Having come from Marrakesh, arriving in Tisseldei was a bit of a culture shock. A typical village 50kms from Ouarzazte enjoying a cooler climate than that of Marrakesh and Ouarzazate. Irocha is tucked away amongst the dwellings of a real Morrocan village. The welcome was genuine and all the staff were so kind and humble. The riad is a complex of various rooms and seating areas all beautifully decorated with fabulous views across the valley. The rooms are all individual and as a family of 4 we were kindly offered 2 rooms, which the children thoroughly enjoyed, as did the parents after a 4 hour trip. The food is fantastic, a twist on a Moroccan theme, which is a nice change. The swimming pool is possibly the best we have experienced in Morocco, immaculately clean, and proved difficult to extract our children from, but a great way to real cool down after a long trip. The rooms were comfortable, and the showers worked! Another first. A/C worked well.
All in all, we cannot fault Irocha, and we were sad to leave such a beautiful place where we felt really welcome. One warning the driveway to the riad is difficult to navigate at night and a bit of a challenge on low slung cars, not a criticism, as this is real Morocco. If you have a spare 2 hours head for the old kasbah, a great walk and a fascinating reccy around a not so ancient dwelling. Make sure you take your camera, the view is breathtaking. Will definitely return.

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled with family
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Reviewed 14 July 2012

As we had driven straight from Merzouga we were looking forward to staying at Irocha for some sleep and relaxation. The food was among the best we had all holiday and the owner and staff were all brilliant. Though we didn't make use of the pool, it looked amazing and it's a shame we didn't have time for a swim. The rooms were fantastic and very well priced, and the bed was the best I've ever slept in. There was also a very well stocked bar, ranging from beer to whiskey at fair prices for Morocco. The only thing I'd say is you'd need a car to access it, but other than that I would thoroughly recommend.

Stayed: June 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 15 June 2012

Looking for a place to relax after hectic travel in Marrakesh, Essaouira, or the Sahara. This gem is so friendly and speical you will want to hang out and not move. The food cooked by Fatima, is upscale Morrocan, with an infusion of French severed with all the elegance of a hight priced hotel. The homemade breakfast yogurt was fantastic.
Abdula, the manager on site is charming, funny, kind and is there to make you visit a warm and happy experience. We had three nights and two full days just hanging out at the pool and walling in the small village. Susan and Deborh.

Room Tip: bring insect repellent.
  • Stayed: June 2012, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 13 May 2012

My family stayed here several days on half board in April 2012. The rooms are basic, but the spacious terraces, cozy public rooms, and courtyards have enormous charm. The dinners a superb and imaginitive--they will break you away from the usual tagines which, though delicious, become a little repetitive if you have a long stay in Morocco. For those interested in truly off the beaten track experiences, Ahmed (one of the owners) is a man of great intellect and curiosity who loves to explore--tag along on one of his explorations, and you will have a unique experience.

  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled with family
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Reviewed 17 April 2012

This place is the perfect place to stop when traveling from Marakesh to the south, it is worth more than a stop! great walks, great hammam, delightful hosts and lovely decor.

  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled with family
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