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Reviewed 1 November 2011

Rooms look very nice, beds are ok. In our 4 people room we had plenty of space and a very nice bathroom with gigantic shower, which is is great after 3 days in the desert. Swimming pool area is nicely decorated and the water was not too cold... Breakfast was definitely not the best we had during our Moroccan trip but still ok. For light sleepers, the prayer call at 5am and the donkey at 6am may push you to go to bed early at night, but it is part of the charm.

  • Stayed: October 2011, travelled with family
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Thank Alexandre M
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Reviewed 14 October 2011

It's probably the nicest hotel there. Pool is nice, rooms nothing special. On one bed we had some little "animals" (don't know what kind), breakfast is also nothing special. The website looked more promising. There are quite a lot of better hotels in Marocco for the same price or eaven cheaper white better service.

  • Stayed: October 2011, travelled with family
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15  Thank xonthebeach
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Reviewed 24 September 2011

After a long and tiring day, crossing the Sahara, we reached this oasis. Attentive staff, pretty pool (named Lake Iriki) and good rooms. We were shown all available rooms and chose one twin room and were allowed to choose a suite as well. Both rooms had special decor and were very pleasant, as were the paths winding their way amongst the clusters of rooms to the sound of birds chirping.
In the morning we went for a camel ride and then were also able to feed the patient camel and donkey who regularly overlook the pool.
I enjoyed the stay and the calm the place offered.

Room Tip: Just ask to see the available rooms and choose one to your liking.
  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled with friends
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Thank Orly-Z
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Reviewed 14 April 2010

Agostinho from Portugal
These hotel is certanly on of the best in The area , ive been in these town
several times but never been on these Hotel.
I was traveling with a large group of friends from Portugal and it was a very nice surprise.
The staff ,the pool. the rooms.the food was over what i was expecting .in these town very near the border of Marroco/ Argelia.
I will return certanly and also recomdend it for shure.
Please all the travelers do not forget that these place is quite far from
main citys of Marroco.

  • Stayed: April 2010
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2  Thank colateaogostinhocom
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Reviewed 10 November 2009

Chez le pacha is located in the most southern point of Morocco and beautifully laid out. There are 20 rooms (16 tent rooms and 4 suites), we had one of the latter ones. The suite was in a rustic cottage offering quite a lot of space, a double bed and a single bed, a sitting area, a somewhat frugal bathroom and a large terrace. The hotel has a very nice pool and an appealing garden. Different excursions to the nearby desert are offered, i.e. camel riding, 4&4 trips etc. As far as food is concerned, a small breakfast buffet is at your disposal (not very attractively presented) and an unspectacular dinner (three courses) is served.
All in all, If you want to have a desert feeling then it’s the place to go, otherwise you don’t need to go further than Zagora (but I have to admit that I don’t know the hotels there …).

  • Stayed: September 2009, travelled with family
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6  Thank swisstraveler63
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