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Hotel Kasbah Mohayut
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Reviewed 6 June 2014 via mobile

Decent hotel, they have a generous pool with a poolside bar, beautiful rooms and good breakfast. Location directly at the dunes is prime. They where very helpful and would let me change my booking on short notice without any charge. I'd rate the hotel 4 out of 5 stars BUT that only goes for the hotel, not their overnight cameltrip into the dunes, which I'd rate 0 stars. The camp was very basic, the food poor (by far the worst we had so far in morocco) and the hospitality of the guides inexistent. Our guides wouldn't even introduce themselves. While I heard that other tours had a campfire, live music or dancers, ours had nothing. So, if you just want a hotel, go for it, if you want to book a tour to the desert, go somewhere else.

Stayed: June 2014, travelled as a couple
3  Thank Lukeskywolka
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Reviewed 3 June 2014

The Crew from Sahara Desert Crew Company booked our night in this hotel. I have nothing to say bad about the hotel,because its a perfect place near the sand dunes.And i'm proud that i was there. Big thanks for Hda,he was very kind and helpfull. The Camp is very clean with an excellent tasty Tagine we ever had in Morocco.

  • Stayed: May 2014, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 27 May 2014

Spent a relaxing day here prior to our trip to the desert. Although we had to check out of our room at noon, we were kindly given a smaller room at no extra charge to use all afternoon and to leave our stuff in while we spent a night in the desert .

If you want to go to the desert we recommend this riad and its overnight desert safari.

  • Stayed: May 2014, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 26 May 2014

Great base for exploring the desert with very helpful and laid back staff. Our room was huge (a Berber suite) and had a terrace with dune views. They organised a BRILLIANT desert tour for us. We went for the second (slightly more expensive) tour that they offer and we ended up being the only two people on it with our wonderful guide Mohammad. The camp is incredibly well set up given it's location - many of the tents have proper wooden beds, there is a proper toilet (although you flush yourself because it isn't plumbed in) and they have solar panels that provide electric light. The camp also has a snowboard for sliding down the dunes and a selection of musical instruments to mess around with. Personally we just loved the absolute silence and peace of the desert.

We didn't check out any other hotels but this is definitely a safe bet. We really enjoyed it.

  • Stayed: May 2014, travelled as a couple
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Thank SamAndCrakes
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Reviewed 18 April 2014

The third or fourth time I have stayed here - all good. On the edge of spectacular dunes - an oasis of tranquillity. Helpful staff, clean rooms good food. For me, breakfast is important and my heart shrinks at the sight of a couple of croissants with some bread and jam. Here, or at least when I was there was an excellent spread with real orange juice. I can particularly recommend the Berber omelette, looking like a cross between a Denver or Spanish omelette and scrambled egg. Most of our group failed to notice it. Pity, it was superb!

Room Tip: There are some rooms with a roof top terrace view (? room 24 or 28) - but most are fine.
  • Stayed: March 2014, travelled with family
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Thank David W
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