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Reviewed 4 January 2016 via mobile

Ahmed was a fantastic host, and his entire staff phenomenal....would definitely stay again.

Cozy mountain retreat, but fair warning a good distance away from downtown Ouarzazate. Great views of the mountains and a wonderful bar and restaurant. Try the Casablanca beer and the hot chocolate, as you'll need it up in the mountains.

Nice room opened up to the pool, but way too cold to swim in January. The second room opened onto the large spacious patio with stunning views of the mountains....

The only areas to improve are signage to find the place, which Ahmed already has in works, and a map of the area, as it was challenging finding all the landmarks our gracious host was describing.

Definitely recommend!

Stayed: December 2015, travelled with family
Thank Mark R
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Reviewed 3 January 2016

We stayed two nights at the small hotel In. the mountains and enjoyed it a lot. It is situated in a small villige with red houses, when you enter the hotel you are in a different world. A tastefull oasis with a splendid view. At night dinner is served in front of the fireplace, it is cold at night in December, but you can still enjoy the sun at the terrasse at breakfast. We climed the hill and reached the Kasbah at the top. Great trip. Great view. Very friendly and helpfull staff. We would love to return.

  • Stayed: December 2015, travelled with family
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Thank KarenG20
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Reviewed 5 November 2015

We didn't want to drive in one day and stopped in Tisseldei at Irocha.
It is good we had a strong car for the road uphill is bad.
But then you enter another world. It had elements of a community. You eat with others and get the same meal. The atmosphere is very nice but the rooms are a bit of a bum.
Everything is a bit old and sad but the contributes to the feeling.
On the other hand is there a nice and big pool, recently made.
So in all: an experience.

Room Tip: The "suites" are the best.
  • Stayed: October 2015, travelled as a couple
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Thank FrankXXX
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Reviewed 4 November 2015 via mobile

Wow, this place was a little tricky to find, as my husband and I were driving at night through the Atlas Mountains. A bit out of the way, it is a gem in the middle of the pass with not much else in the area. We actually had to ask a group of children where this place was since the turn off is not well-lit. When we arrived, Abdel showed us our room and then brought us dinner immediately in the common area. He was friendly and accommodating, a total sweetheart. Our room was comfortable and clean.

In the morning, we could really see what this place had to offer. The view is amazing from the patio where we took our breakfast. I loved staying in a small village and seeing the countryside--all the noises of animals and people greeting each other on the road below added to the charm of this place. I would recommend this place over staying in the city (Ouarzazate) for a stopover, whether you're traveling north or south.

Stayed: October 2015, travelled as a couple
1  Thank Shahida S
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Reviewed 27 October 2015

This small rustic Riad lies well on route to desert areas of Morocco right after the mountain passage. At first, it seems there is no road , leading to it . Its really rough terrain with very poor dirt road. On the outside, there is no sign of it being the hotel it actually is.But once inside, you really notice the traditional local interior. ALdo its not old: just some ten years give or take; its built in traditional style with beautiful local touch. Food (dinner)is good and plenty , but breakfast is really poor-just one small pancake and small piece of bread accomp. with some jam.Leaves you hungry for the day. What is great about this place ; is Hammam-small traditionally built hot steamy room heated with wood as centuryes ago. Really worth of try. No WIFI was available.

  • Stayed: October 2015, travelled with family
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Thank IvoTahk
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