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Reviewed 25 June 2018 via mobile

We stayed at Kasbah Moha while on a tour of Eastern Morocco. It is out of town on a farm. At night it was so quiet it almost made your ears hurt. It was beautiful and the people were so nice. This was the most amazing overnight stay we’ve had. Could recommend it more. Just be careful about staying here if you have difficulty with stairs.

Stayed: June 2018, travelled with family
Thank Paul O
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Reviewed 18 June 2018

We were in this hotel as part of a desert tour and spent one lovely night there. The room was spacious, clean and comfortable. The dinner and the breakfast were lovely. The hotel is big, has a pool area, a lovely terrace and a garden. It's really an oasis close to the desert.

Stayed: June 2018
1  Thank natadimi
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Reviewed 4 June 2018

We came to see the Sahara and were not disappointed. After a long day driving we were easily met, shown to our rooms and asked if we wanted dinner. We were shown the layout of the place and ended up with a couple of beers and a bottle of wine up on the dune terrace watching the dessert change color in the sunset while we waited for dinner.
It was a pretty nice start.

Our rooms were beyond the pool area toward the back and were very quiet for sleeping. the beds were large and comfortable and the AC worked well, which was good because a through breeze was not really an option. The beds were comfortable and shower and toilet were fine. There was also a mini fridge to keep things cool.

Dinner was a buffet with a tajine for the table, and breakfast was a buffet with plenty of options, juice and coffee. The food was good and plentiful.

We arranged, prior to our arrival, to spend a night in the desert. While they offered to hold our bags for us we kept one of our rooms for the night in the desert to hold our things and so we had access to showers and some space when we got back. We spent the day in the shade by the pool and on the dune terrace relaxing, reading and watching the sun move.

In the evening we walked out the door to the dunes and met up with our guide and camels. We opted for the closer camp with more amenities (toilets and running water) and it was about a 45 minute ride out to camp with our absolutely fantastic guide, Mohammed. We had tea and hiked up the dunes to watch the sunset. Its worth it to make sure you get a scarf and wrap your head specifically so you can cover your face. The sand is constantly moving even with a light breeze. There was a group who came out via 4x4 for dinner only and there were musicians before dinner which was served in a separate tent. After dinner there were only 6 of us who stayed the night and we ended up around a fire with some of our hosts.

In the morning we were up early to hike the dunes again and watch the sunrise. Be warned that the hike up the dunes is not easy, but its worth it. After sunrise, we took our camels back to the hotel for breakfast, a shower, and a chance to get on the road. All in all it was a fantastic experience and we would highly recommend both the hotel and the desert night.

  • Stayed: April 2018, travelled with friends
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1  Thank Eric G
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Reviewed 3 June 2018 via mobile

We stayed here a couple of nights in our quest to do an overnight in the Sahara. This is a fairly large place so don't expect a personal touch, but grounds are very nice, and our room was perfect for us. Our room had a little balcony that overlooks the take off point for the daily camel tours so were able to watch the day prior to our own adventure. The pool area is very pleasant and with a little effort we were able to get a bottle of almost cold almost drinkable wine poolside. There is a fridge in the rooms so you may want to bring your own.

The food here was probably the worst part of the visit as it was only barely ok to not good. The whole place was geered toward a quick turnaround of a large volume of guests which they do fairly efficiently. Many people just show up for the overnight camel ride, then return for breakfast and vamoose out of town.

We took the overnight camel ride into the sahara. This was organized by the hotel but may be provided by a different group. It was definitely a good experience and would recommend going, but be prepared as it is fairly rustic and you will want to bring a good amount of water and snacks. The hotel told us they would have water for us, but that was after hours on the camel and not much of it. We were not served dinner until about 10:30 pm. The guides kept us sitting out in the desert to watch the sunset, but as soon as the sun sets the wind picks up and suddenly you are in a sandstorm without warning. Glad I had a turban scarf thing.

The hotel wasn't great at communications. We had originally made reservations for 2 nights, then asked to make one night in the desert. No one mentioned we would need to clear out of our room in between which we fortunately figured out. They did not provide any information about the camel tour so we had to determine what to bring for ourselves. Too late I noticed a small sign in the office which provided a description. Would have been nice to have gotten that via email or even had it pointed out when we first got there.

Next time I would look for a more personalized experience in the sahara with more information on the local ecosystem and nicer acomodations. But all in all we still had a great time.

Stayed: May 2018, travelled with friends
Thank Sonja K
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Reviewed 30 May 2018

The Kasbah itself looked great and we would have loved to stay there it looked very comfortable had great amenities, cafe, good toilets and very attentive staff who were happy to look after us while we were waiting there.

  • Stayed: May 2018, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank MichaelPine
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