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... meals at any time of day to accommodate our schedule. The room was quaint and roomy with Moroccan motif. The beds and...
... a long day of travel from Fes, as part of the desert tour. Room: We got a pretty large room so there was plenty of space...
... a little later then our arrival and we could enter our room straight away. It's basic, but has everything necessairy....
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Sharon C wrote a review Feb 2020
Salem, Oregon43 contributions2 helpful votes
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I had the pleasure of staying at this desert property. We arrived late in the evening and was greeted by some friendly and welcoming staff. They offered to prepare dinner of which we accepted as we had been traveling all day. All meals were delicious with local cuisine. They continued to serve meals at any time of day to accommodate our schedule. The room was quaint and roomy with Moroccan motif. The beds and pillows were comfortable. The room had wi-fi, flat-screen TV , large bathroom with walk-in shower and vanity. The property also included a pool with poolside tables, chairs and umbrellas, along with rooftop lounging overlooking the Sahara. The town included small shops and cafes with friendly shopkeepers and serving staff. Shopping for souvenirs was a must. I loved staying at this property and in the Sahara desert and will definitely recommend it to others.
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Travelled solo
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jsgiguere wrote a review Jan 2020
Vancouver, Canada133 contributions83 helpful votes
This was the stop after a long day of travel from Fes, as part of the desert tour.

Room:
We got a pretty large room so there was plenty of space to stretch out. Bed was comfortable and there were thick blankets. There is one A/C unit keeping the room temperature not too cold but it can only do so much to push the air around (hence the blankets since some spots in the room is warmer than others). As a result the bathroom is a little on the cold side but nothing some hot water won't fix! Not sure if it was because it was late or they ran out (saw a solar water tank on the rooftop deck) the hot water got cold towards the end of the shower. Fortunately was able to finish and not sure if it was specific to our room but not a deal breaker.

Location:
It is located basically across the dunes were they will take you by camel into the desert camps. But where this is located is in a residential area where the locals (and camels) live. So if you're the type that wants to explore and see what's around, you will not see much on foot around the hotel, especially after dark. If you have access to a vehicle you can get back on the main highway and there were a few other eateries maybe 5min drive away but other than that, you're staying on site (and they provide plenty of food).

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After the onsite dinner in the common area, the same friendly staffs cleared the tables and then proceeded to give us a music show. It helped to provide some entertainment in a remote area and also was fun to see. Afterwards they of course invited everyone to join!
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Date of stay: January 2020
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isa wrote a review Oct 2019
Belgium33 contributions4 helpful votes
We had been driving 8 hours from Fez to Merzouga, and were happy to find such A warm welcome. It's located a bit off-road, but nothing A more adventurous traveler won't appreciate. Our dinner was prepared a little later then our arrival and we could enter our room straight away. It's basic, but has everything necessairy. The building is made up of natural ingredients but still has A comfortable feeling, and A bathroom with western toilet and shower. They have A parking lot and A pool. The communication is easiest in French or Spanish, and when something isn't well understood... nothing A smile & some sign language doesn't solve. I warmly recommend this more budget friendly stay.
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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jay_gaga wrote a review Feb 2019
90 contributions10 helpful votes
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The travel agency recommended to stay in this hotel in July 2018 in Merzouga for Sahara Desert Trip. The staff were really nice. There was a small outdoor swimming pool inside hotel. The room was not really bad actually. But๏ผŒthe air conditioner was broken in my room, you know the temperature was over 45 degree in day time and over 30 degree at night. That was terrible on day 1. Luckily, they were willing to change another room on day 2. Meanwhile, I found that the hygiene risk from foods seriously. They put the foods on the table without protection when I had breakfast in the morning especially yogurts. Some flies had landed on it. Unfortunately, I got sick after that breakfast. I was suffering from food posion within 24 hours. I was really unhappy and disappointed because it was just the beginning of my trip in Merzouga. I could not go around to visit and I changed my trip to go back Marrakech finally. Beside, there were people including staff who were smoking shisha and cigarettes at rooftop and garden of the hotel. It was not good for tourists.

Anyway, I still want to thank you for the girl in the kitchen, who made a light food. I could recover my body quickly.

I really hope that they can improve their quality of service for foods and facilities.
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Travelled solo
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redayakoub wrote a review Apr 2016
21 contributions1 helpful vote
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When I arrived at L'homme du Desert auberge, I had spent 2 days on the road and I was ready for a break. I was so happily surprised when I walked in. The place had covered parking for my ๐Ÿš—, a beautiful courtyard with ๐ŸŒณ tables and a beautiful pool with rooms all around it. the room was super clean, spacious complete with bathroom. The food was local, freshly made and delicious. This place is family owned and operated and the guest attention was impeccable. I went there with the intention to spend one night and ended up sticking around 3 days. Go see the manager Adi and enjoy a beautiful Merzouga experience.
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Date of stay: March 2016Trip type: Travelled solo
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