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Kasbah Tizimi
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Reviewed 13 February 2011

We stayed 2 nights at the hotel on our hectic coach trip. Enjoyed lovely meals in the restaurant and liked the typically Moroccan feel of the place.

Hotel had not been used for a while so was rather chilly. The paintwork on the bathroom ceiling decided to peel off over the two nights we occupied our room which caused us amusement but did not warrant complaining about as it didn't affect us - only the cleaner who had to clear up the mess.

  • Stayed: January 2011, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank GillyB57
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Reviewed 25 November 2010

We spent a couple of nights at this hotel during our touring holiday in Morocco.

pros:
- undoubtedly a lovely boutique hotel - felt we were really living in a kasbah!
- nicely furnished rooms (although cramped for a triple)

cons:
- problems with the plumbing in the bathroom, which couldn't be sorted out despite several tries
- small rooms - it got very cramped when converted to a triple
- restaurant always opened quite later for dinner, and quality of food varied

  • Stayed: September 2010
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3  Thank Inspiring-journeys
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Reviewed 17 November 2010

My wife and I are retired and holiday at least once a month. The room in this hotel was the most delapidated, dark and depressing in which we have stayed.

The hotel appeared to have been built in the 1960's and not effectively repaired since. The pool area was relatively pleasant but the floor bricks/pavings were extensively broken.

The bedroom had a window which looked into a courtyard. There was a solid walkway above the window which provided access to the rooms above. As a result the light levels in the room were very low. Other residents walked past the window as in every other room. There were no net curtains which meant all residents could see into each others rooms when the lights were on or you sat in the dark. The situation was similar for the rooms above as the roof protruded above restricting daylight.

As can be seen from the photos the room was in an extremely delapidated condition.

The hotel was some distance from the town which meant an evening stroll into the town was not feasible in the dark. The hotel was the last on a side road out of town.

The meal the first night was chicken on skewers with accompanients which tasted O.K. but was stone cold and had obviously been prepared previously. The second night the food was served hot and was O.K.

  • Stayed: November 2010
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2  Thank Terver
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Reviewed 24 June 2010

This is a pretty good resort. But it is clearly Moroccan in design and execution. So what you get is (as the previous reviewer said) quirky elements. But you also know you are clearly in Morocco and not some international chain hotel.
There are beautiful rugs everywhere giving the place a warm feel. The hotel is built around a pool and various courtyards so manages not to feel to large. The pool is great and well-kept. I had two rooms (management needed to move me for reasons they never revealed. The second room was really a junior suite. Great bed, strange lighting, functioning aircon and TV, and a bath and hand-held shower. Hot water after about 5 minutes in the shower.
Staff are very welcoming and try hard within the constraints of what they have to work with. Food is probably 3-4 out of 5 but well prepared if a little dumbed down for foreign tourists. The bar will oblige with cocktails for EU3, a bottle of wine for EU9, or a simple fresh orange juice just pressed for EU1.
Very quiet rooms with thick walls and no mosque within earshot.
Standard large room with ensuite is EU45
Trips to the dunes at Erg Chebbi can be organised by the hotel or independently in the town (if in doubt I can recommend Mohamed Barkaoui on 06 18 74 66 63 - speaks French and a little English; understood well that the guest is the boss!)

  • Stayed: June 2010, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank SecretStreets
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Reviewed 13 June 2010

Hotel Tizimi is privately owned and the staff appear to take a pride in their job and the service they give. Do not expect your stay to be trouble free, as facilities are prone to breaking down but the staff quickly resolve these and this is actually part of the hotels charm. Good food in the restaurant and a lovely swimming pool to cool off in.

  • Stayed: June 2010
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4  Thank Warks
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