This is, without a doubt, not a hotel with stars. However, it has the advantage that you can look out onto the balcony and it offers spectacular views. The location is also good, in a special place where you can take a walk without and be left open mouthed. All the staff are amiable and treat you like they have known you for a lifetime. The breakfast is not the best of Morocco, but in this case it was not important.
This two star hotel has beautiful rooms that are very spacious and clean with AC, TV and heat. It also has a large swimming pool, Moroccan cuisine and other services. If you can check their website: www.hotelavalleemaroc.com for all inquiries and bookings.
In the Valley of Roses, one will find this wonderful property located up high, giving wonderful views of the valley with its river, its orchards, small villages, Kasba ... This place certainly seemed to me to be out of a story, a place I would recommend and definitely a worthwhile visit. It is built with traditional local materials, using adobe as the main material which give the perfect room temperature. The breakfast on the terrace is unforgettable. The delicious dinner in the lounge where traditional music is played, is recommended. An ideal place to go with friends.
We arrived very late, it was already night, and the road to the hotel seemed endless. It seemed we were never going to arrive ... But then, it was worth it. It is located above everything in the Dades Gorge, and from the terrace you can admire a stunning view of the Gargantas de Dadés. The rooms are nice, comfortable, and despite the cold and damp in the atmosphere are well equipped. The only thing is breakfast, quite basic.
The residence Altaïr is on the shores of Lake Bin el ouidane in the heart of the High Atlas of Morocco. It has capacity for 34 people (in the villas, apartments and rooms) and offers many activities, water sports etc. Ideal for stays of two, with your family and friends. Website: Http: / / binelouidane.Canalblog.Com
The Kenzi Azghor (Ouarzazate - Azilal Tadla - Morocco) is situated in the city center. The hotel overlooks the Kenzi Azghor Ouarzazate valley, and offers a panoramic view from the terrace. There are several points of interest within less than 1 Km of the hotel. It offers a pool, gym and tennis courts. It is an upscale hotel with 4 stars.
The Hanane Club Hotel (Ouarzazate - Azilal Tadla - Morocco) has 2 pools and a lush garden.The rooms are well furnished with traditional decorations, each one being different. It has 3 restaurants offering a variety of traditional and international cuisine. The hotel is situated in the tourist area, near the city center, so close to the main areas of the city.
Le Berbere Palace (Ouarzazate) serves breakfast on the terrace of your bungalow and puts candles during the dinner. There are 241 luxurious rooms and suites. Inside you can find: Air conditioning 24 hour room service., Satellite TV, safe , hair dryer, desk, mini-bar, direct dial telephone and private balcony or patio.
La Perle Du Sud (Ouarzazate - Tadla-Azilal - Morocco) is situated in the 39/40 Boulevard Mohamed V, 45000 Ouarzazate, Morocco, in the center of Ouarzazate and you can visit the malls and dine in restaurants in the area. It is one of the 3 Stars Hotels of Morocco that has rooms and suites which come with AC and are equipped with tv, telephone and mini bar.
The Hotel Dar El Fen is situated the historic city of Ouarzazate, and it gives off a spectacular style that is pure and majestic. It represents an oasis facing the entrance to the Sahara Desert, with an important golf course of 18 holes and facilities that are both comfortable and luxurious. The surrounding environment is really exciting, being the source of many works of art by renowned artists.
If you're in Ouarzazate, I couldn't recommend a better place to stay. As you might have noticed, Ouarzazate's hotels tend to be charmless concrete blocks or pricey resorts, but the Camping-Bivouac La Palmerie is an oasis of friendliness and tranquility.
It offers affordable rates for those in their RVs or with camping equipment, but also has several indoor rooms and a few Berber tents. The Berber tents looked really great, each with a camel-hair roof, comfy looking beds, and outdoor living rooms complete with shade, carpets, and pillows. Unfortunately, we got here the day after a heavy rain and they suggested we stay indoors, which was wonderful as well. The bathrooms are spacious with plenty of hot water, and the rooms are comfortable and decorated with Berber style. The rates are also very good, around 20-25euros for a room with breakfast.
The owner, Kimi, a young French girl, couldn't have been nicer. She helped us with everything from fresh mint tea on arrival, to booking an excursion to Ait Ben Haddou, to calling our taxis, suggesting things to see nearby, and making us breakfast. She was really a dream and one of the most pleasant hostesses I've ever met. The location is a bit outside of Ouarzazate city, about a 5min. taxi ride, and a veritable oasis of peace and quiet, just what you need after the harrowing grand-taxi ride across the High Atlas!
Thanks for the wonderful stay!