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Kasbah Petit Nomade: Family business

This is a great place to stay in the Todra valley. A perfectly restaured Kasbah, overlooking a small oasis. Nice rooms, all with shower, in berber style. Very friendly people, good, fresh food. Arranged tour for us and à visit to the hamman.

Great value for money, friendly, english speaking people.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Hiking and Walking, Eco-Tourism
  • Written April 22, 2011

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Hotel Kenzi Saghro: High on the hill

The Hotel Kenzi Saghro was my favorite hotel of the trip. The rooms were clean and comfortable, the food was good, and the view was wonderful. Two restaurants, bar, parking.

The hotel is at the top of a hill, and its terrace has a panoramic view of the town and the Todra River valley. It also has a large pool. The terrace was a great place to sit in the evening.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written January 17, 2010
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the Palmeraie House: Best guesthouse in whole Tinerhir!

We stayed 4 nights in this small berber guesthouse. They offer two kinds of rooms. Three rooms have their own toilet and shower. The four other rooms are down in the berber house, that makes them more cool. These rooms have no own bathroom, but a shared one. As we were the only guests in the guesthouse that was not a problem. We'd choosen the simply rooms, just because of the heat. The lovely and spacious rooms are very clean, and the beds are comfortable. Our kids had their own rooms, just opposite our one. The lower rooms open up to a lovely open air courtyard whith tiled benches. We spend ours relaxing here. Just reading a little bit, or playing a game. We drunk liters of berber whisky (mint tea) which tasted great.
We payed 300 dirhams for a room with half board. The dinner was just unbeleavable! These guys can cook like a four star restaurant cook! We enjoyed every single meal. Here we had the best food of whole Morocco!!!
The rooms upstairs with own bathroom are 400 dirhams per room, and even more comfortable. None of the rooms has airconditioning, but you don't need it actually.
On the roof they have a berber tent, you can have dinner there or just relax.
From the Palmeraie House you can walk directly into the Palmeraie. It's 7 km to Tinerhir, or 7 km to the Todra Gorge to the orther direction. The owners Jamal and Rachid can organise a guide for you if you are afraid to get lost in the palmeraie.
They can also organise a cooking course, if you are intrested in it. Transport or other things can be arranged by the owners. They are glad to help you.
Reservations are handled easily. Both english and french are spoken.
Strongly recommended!

The great hospitality was overwhelming. Both owners, Jamal and Rachid are very kind, they like to talk and make jokes. Also for the kids they did the best they could.
They presented games for them, walked with us to a swimming pool and river for a cool dip.
Jamal also made some changes in the food, as our kids are bad eaters.
Therefore I would recommend this lovely guesthouse to anyone going this direction.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Hiking and Walking, Backpacking, Family Travel
  • Written August 30, 2008
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Auberge Cafe Restaurant El Mabrouk: For a Morrocon way of living, with great food

The guesthouse is nice and clean, with very nice hostess. Self made breakfast, lunch and diner, if you want to drink alcohol, the buy it for you.
Clean toilets, and showers.
You can eat inside, or outside in the patio.

Its on the main road to tinerhir, about 7 min. walk to the centre.
The view from the Guesthouse over Palmstreet is wonderful.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Hiking and Walking, Desert, Budget Travel
  • Written October 29, 2006
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Hotel du Houba: Very nice backpacker's hotel

They asked 30 dirham per person, so we took one double and one triple.
The rooms are spacious and there are (shared) showers and toilets on every floor.
Don't take the room on the 3rd floor. It's hotter than hell.

You can have breakfast there but it's quiete expensive. Go out on the streets.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Related to: Budget Travel, Backpacking
  • Written November 26, 2004

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