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Reviews for Errachidia Province Hotels

Hassilabiad Appart Hotel
4.9/546 Reviews
We have been on a road trip from Marrakech to see the dunes. This has been the best hotel we stayed in on our roadtrip. The staff are so genuinely pleasant, friendly and accommodating. I am a vegan with additional diet restrictions due to my health, and I was catered for with freshly cooked healthy meals. A huge shout out to Moha, the chef, who prepared our meals fresh. His passion comes out in the food. He is such a pleasant fun guy. I recommend giving your order in good time as everything is prepared fresh. The receptionist, Hassan, really made us feel right at home. I spent a night at a tented camp (15min drive only), and unfortunately, had a rough night. The next day, I was slightly unwell, and I returned back to the hotel, because I knew I will be comfortable. Hassan was most kind in arranging a room, so welcoming and accommodating to the fact that I was not well. Just what one needs when you are unwell and on holiday. The location of this hotel allows you to arrange a trip into the dunes (15min drive), the hotel will also help arrange camel rides etc...you can also visit the Gnaoua (traditional music) and nomad families all about 10min by car (4x4 car is needed) Speak to Hassan or any staff, and they can help with this. You can go to the dunes and experience sunset / sunrise and come back to this wonderfully comfortable hotel for breakfast or dinner. Whilst the rooms have all the modern necessities, such as perfect working AC, comfortable beds, spacious bathrooms / nice shower, the rooms and hotel have a brilliant feel of the culture. It's a new hotel who are doing everything right. I cannot recommend this place any higher.
Kasbat Aferdou
2.9/51 Reviews
This maintained hotel facility is especially suited as a stop on the way from Fes to Ouarzazate. Friendly reception and large rooms that are grouped around the courtyards or roof terraces. The facility has a pool, restaurant & bar. At my stay at 17.Juni, there were hardly hotel guests in the hotel - this was perhaps the reason why the bar seemed closed. The restaurant made us a delicious dinner with salad, chickens & vegetables, fruit. Breakfast (no buffet) was ok. Price-performance ratio good. If there is something to defect, then above all the dirty seating in the pool and restaurant area. These seem to be permanently on the chairs (even night ?) and are apparently used as a seat by birds. Preferably unpleasant to sit on such chairs and that must actually be seen by the staff. For a short stay the hotel is in any case OK.
Kasbah Hotel Tombouctou
4.3/57 Reviews
The managers of the Tombouctou Hotel in Merzouga really have the art and gift of making your stay unpleasant and regrettable. For the sceptics who want to do the adventure (or rather the misaventure), the suspension is guaranteed until the last moment of the departure. In the case of our small group (amies), a manager came to stop the bus that transported us to the airport. Everyone thought he brought her a valuable object that she had to forget. Except that at the general surprise, the manager came to claim to the client the price of a small bottle of mineral water of 50 cl (à 10 dirhams pour l'occasion !) while she just paid the charges d The hotel is a place to enjoy the most beautiful and beautiful views of the city. The rooms are clean and clean and the rooms are clean and clean. A real mass coup for Moroccan tourism that complains of a difficult situation when it fails to satisfy a national client that replaces a foreign client, The most important thing is the introduction of a new and more widely developed, and the most important thing is the introduction of a new and more widely developed, more widely developed and more widely developed, more widely developed, more widely developed and more widely developed, more widely developed, more widely developed and more widely developed, more widely developed, more widely developed and more widely developed, more widely developed, more widely developed and more widely developed, more widely developed, more widely developed and more wide A pureness, a rooted service culture, a convenience that does not leave anyone indifferent... In short, this welcome hostel is a window of Moroccan tourism that doesn't want anything to the great capitals of the world. Asmae
Sahara Magic Luxury Camp
4.7/514 Reviews
We found Hassan through a friend who traveled with him 6 years ago. We compared his trip with others tours and decided to book with Sahara Magic. We set up our adventure from home and called Hassan on Facebook messenger. He answered and was very kind and informative. He helped us plan a great trip allowing us to make many choices about where we stayed, what we saw, how long we spent in the desert. He really allowed us to plan exactly the trip we wanted. He is our friend now as he is of our friends he spent time 6 years ago. We had plenty of space while at the same Hassan shared with us a lot of great about everything we saw. If you are booking a desert trip or need any help with any tour in Morocco use Sahara Magic. There service is the best as well as there prices. You will not feel pressured or taken at any point. They really listen to what you want and need to have a wonderful adventure.
Ksar Bicha
4.5/516 Reviews
We spent two nights at Ksar Bicha. One night in the hotel, and the second night camping in the ‘superior’ tents. The hotel property is lovely and the staff were excellent. The pool is so refreshing. We spent the afternoon by the pool after a really cool 4x4 excursion where we learned about the origins of mascara and met a Berber nomadic family. Our ‘golden hour’ camel ride to the desert was truly memorable. The desert camp exceeded my expectations. Our tent had a western toilet, a sink and a shower with hot water, which was appreciated after the 2.5hr camel ride to the camp. The food at Ksar Bicha and the camp was truly excellent. We really enjoyed our stay!
Luxury Camp Chebbi
4.7/539 Reviews
Go to the hotel gathering point outside the desert, ride a camel from the desert entrance to the camp, watch the Sahara sunset on the way, dinner package (pumpkin soup, taji cheese vegetables, yellow curry chicken, fruit salad, sheep milk yogurt), welcome ceremony for African drum performances after dinner, stargazing and galaxy at night, In the morning, the desert sunrise, sandboarding after breakfast, you can book a four-wheel drive motorcycle out of the desert. This tent camp is very new. The tent provides bathroom and shower room, as well as a gas tank heater. The room is very warm and well equipped! There is no 🦟 and 🦂️ in winter.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are the popular hotels with Breakfast in Errachidia Province?

    Whether you are travelling to Errachidia Province for business or tourism, Sahara Royal Resort , Kenzi Rissani and Saharian Camp are all preferred hotels.

  • How much is the average rate for hotels with Breakfast in Errachidia Province?

    For hotels with Breakfast in Errachidia Province, the average price on weekdays is S$ 160, and the average price on weekends (Friday–Saturday) is S$ 160.

  • Which hotels with Breakfast in Errachidia Province are luxury hotels?

    Many hotels with Breakfast in Errachidia Province are luxury hotels. Sahara Royal Resort, Kenzi Rissani and Palais du Desert Hotel & Spa are very popular.

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    Saharian Camp, Palais du Desert Hotel & Spa and Nasser Palace Hôtel & Bivouacs allow pets. Take your pets with you during your stay!

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Hotels Quick Overview

Number of Hotels407
Number of Reviews2,027
Highest PriceS$ 731
Lowest PriceS$ 23
Average Price (Weekdays)S$ 160
Average Price (Weekends)S$ 160

More about Errachidia Province

New and popular hotels in Errachidia Province recommended by Trip.com. On Trip.com, it's easy to search for hotels in Errachidia Province. In Errachidia Province, both areas with attractions and the city center are good places to stay. If you travel to Morocco, visiting Errachidia Province is a good choice.

There is no civilian airport in this city. You can visit a nearby city first, and then head to Errachidia Province using other means of transportation. It's easy to travel by bus in Errachidia Province. There are buses to surrounding cities available every day.

When visiting Errachidia Province, you can choose from over 47 hotels with great reviews. The local average price is 104 SGD per night. There are a variety of hotels to meet the needs of different types of travelers. There are 2 three-star hotels in Errachidia Province at an average price of 42 SGD per night. There are not many well-known chain hotels in Errachidia Province, but staying at a unique local hotel will make you feel at home. A popular hotel in Errachidia Province, Borj Merzouga Luxury Camp is also one of the highest rated. Many tourists also stay at Erg Chebbi Camel Trek.

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