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2nd desert camp owned by hotel. O.k. It's budget and a "nomad experrience" but it lacks basic sanitary facilities. Two loos: one broken, one working badly, and one unconnected handbasin for approx 100 guests. If the camp is ever full it is a health accident...More
Following a sandstorm we were unable to stay in the Riad Madu desert camp so ended up here . The place was deserted except for a group of Spanish riders and their crate of beer. The wind was strong and we were shown a very...More
Perfectly organised desert stay. The camels took us through the Sahara dunes to our tents after watching the desert sunset. The tents were nice and clean... though our hot water in the shower wasn't working.
The food was adequate. The night drums and songs by...More
The Nomad Palace has a very nice website, sadly in reality it was a bit tired in places.There are some nice areas of the hotel but some area just looked in need of renovation, I was rather wary with my kids around the pool with...More
I note that the reviews here are several years old and the Palace has certainly deteriorated. May be we were unlucky in sharing our stay with around 200 young spaniards intent on enjoying their Holy Week break. But that does not disguise the grubby pool...More
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US$80 - US$117 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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