- Reviews: 3944
Hotel Amlal: Cheap hotel in Ouarzazate
This is a cheap price hotel right in the center of Ouarzazate. Simple amenities yet provides what is necessary to spend the night in a cheap hotel.
Hotel Amlal services are expressed through a “friendly touch” from the staff and manager, therefore you are able to adjust yourself as soon as you arrive in the center of Ouarzazate. Despite Hotel Amlal’s central location, it provides its guests with a relaxing and tranquil environment.
Hotel Amlal is a small family hotel consisting of 28 en-suite Rooms rooms, all different in size and shape designed to accommodate you during you stay in Ouarzazate. Hotel Amlal also offers a great restaurant on the first floor where you can taste all Moroccan specialties.
- Reviews: 768
Kasbah Zitoune: Pleasent surprise!
I stayed here one night on my way back to Marrakech. It is just outside the city of Ouarzazate and is a beautiful riad with nice grounds and courtyard. Very reasonably priced and the rooms were nice and clean. shower was nice and had a unique way of getting the hot water. Both sinks must be turned on hot water as well as the shower. After a few minutes the shower gets hot but dont forget to shut off the sink water because they do not drain faster than the basin fills! After that the water stays hot. A really nice dinner and breakfast was included. Bed was small but did the job. I would recommend. However, they did have a dog that was a littl too playful for me and likes to nip at your shoes and bark alot. When the owners/management see this they do contol the dog, but the dog does run around free and management is not always around, especially early in the morning.
courtyard breakfast was great with a beautiful atmosphere. There is a male and female Peacock roaming the courtyard. The male was quite frisky the morning I was there and kept jumping on the female.
- Reviews: 316
Hotel Royal: Good & Cheap
The Hotel Royal is popular with travellers and is nice and cheap my room was only 70 dirham per night about £5.
The Hotel does have a restuarant but can fill up with locals when football is on especially when Barcelona is playing but is all fun to watch over mint tea.
A big plus for this hotel is that it arranges 4WD tours to the desert for 3 days and sunset visits to Ait Benhhadou.
- Reviews: 376
Ouarzazate municipal camping: city camping place
A nice quiet place with some big tree and some shape. The restaurant was not open when I was there but they was renovate it. The rest facilities us usual at Morocco campings…
- Reviews: 65
Hotel Royal: Most popular hotel for backpackers!
We stayed only one night in this strange hotel. It was recommended by Lonely Planet and that was why we'd choosen it. The check in went quickly. First they want us to take a 5 room for all 5 of us together. The beds were OK, but the bathroom was defenitely NOT! Then they showed us 5 or 6 other rooms. Same problems. Then I saw somebody coming out of a room in front of the building with nice wooden doors. These rooms were slightly better, especially the bathrooms looked much nicer and more modern. We decided to take two rooms of those, a double and a triple room with own bathroom.
The kids rooms even had a small balcony. The rooms in front are much better than the ones in the back, but they are more noisy. That's because there is a big street running in front of it.
Strange thing is that you have to ask the reception for toilet paper and for a towel. It is not in the room already. The hotel lies perfectly central, just 400 metres from the CTM busstation and directly in the center. Many restaurants, internet cafe's and shops around.
No airco, only a fan, that ca'n't handle the heat (41 degrees celcius in july)
The breakfast is not included in the price. You can have it on the roofterras, which looks a bit of a garbage-deposit. The breakfast itself was good and sufficient though. (20 dirhams/ person)
We payed 130 dirham for the double room, and 160 dirham for the triple room.
For this price you can't expect much, and for one night it was OK.
Hotel Royal is very popular with backpackers, during the day we saw many new guests arriving at the reception desk.
Central position, opposite a huge supermarket where you can buy a beer if you want (difficult to get in Morocco)
Rooms very spacious enough.
Breakfast was Ok
- Reviews: 2
hotel Saghro: avoid
nice enough room but packs of dogs bark all night and it proved immpossible to get a coffee at 10:30pm. got up late for breakfast and ws told very aggressively by "Ibrahim" that there was nothing on offer but a cold cup of coffee. No snacks or liht food available just full 3 course meals. Also you cant get a taxi into centre ville for less than 30 dhirrams unless you wait for the cab to fill up
The coffee or lack of was the last straw and I checked out, one would expect a simple request for a drink to be met, especially in a hot country.
- Reviews: 1658
Electric village or something!: 3 star hotel with views and comfort
With the help of some acquaintances in town i was able to get a room here for the special offer/reduced price that had been on offer the previous week - so i was able to get a comfortabel room here for only 230 dirham - less than £15 which was a bargain for a change!
3 Star hotel with all the modern requirements of quality and comfort - huge rooms with quality furnishings in nice Moroccan designs and paintwork on the wardrobes - huge clean bathrooms - air conditioning and television.
Elevators but also spacious stairwells - huge building with huge foyers and everything huge and spacious!
no breakfast included though!and staff that seemed half asleep most of the time. but at least i got a good place to stay and was able to see a bit more of Ouarzazate than i have before - and i used to pretty much live only an hour or so away from here so came here often - but didnt get to see much of the sights.
noticed a pool out the back - but no time or intention in my itinerary though it did get hot enough to want a swim!
- Reviews: 228
Nomad tent: Sleeping in the desert
In the desert south of the Draa valley, we spent one night in a nomad tent next to great sand dunes. Recommended.
- Reviews: 1149
Hotel Royal: Best in Ouarzazate
Hotel Royal (hoofdstraat)
A double and a triple without bathroom (145 Dirham) and with 185 Dirham.
Rooms from 35 Dirhams onwards. They have plenty of different rooms with different prices.
All rooms are around a nice courtyard with table, chairs and benches.
The rooms are very clean and are cleaned daily. Fresh linen
On each floor you find 4 toilets and two shower rooms
- Reviews: 3944
Riad Dar Rita: Nice guest house in Ouarzazate
Dar Rita is a Ouarzazate riad that offers a fully equipped house at your service. Dar Rita has 7 room with private bathroom and air conditioner. The whole house is WIFI free Internet zone including the bedrooms.
Dar Rita in Ouarzazate offers you a quiet ambiance, divided into 3 floors, each one with its own life. The ground floor is where the Moroccan Dining Room, the Fireplace salon, Room Alcácer-Ceguer, Room Aguz, souvenir shop, the kitchen and entrance are located.
Expect people on the streets, fruit markets, children playing, women carrying bread to the local oven, the real life of Moroccan people.
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