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Reviewed April 16, 2018 via mobile

This place is definately worth a visit. The owners are extremely friendly and offers you a heartly welcome to their life- project. The other members of the staff are also very helpful and polite. The room was big and comfortable, but unfortunately very cold the night we spent there. There was a strong wind that got the curtains to flip, but this made the stay especially exciting. The three- course dinner was very good ( vegetarian), and the breakfast with warm bread, hot coffee, omelette and fresh fruit made a good start.

Stayed: April 2018, travelled as a couple
Thank Hilskjef
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Reviewed April 10, 2018 via mobile

Arrived at afternoon, there was no sign of anyone at main parking area outside, then after 10 minutes a guy shouted from above and told us to drive to right, there was a huge prison-like gate that they opened and we drove inside. A vast comfy parking area, we took our luggage and entered the “castle” by steps heading to the hill. Lady was nicely welcoming us and serving a tea for welcome-drink. The view from terrace is breath-taking!!! Seems like they are still being in renovation of this place since 2006 judging by their visitors notes in a guest-book left on a dusty shelf next to their office room. In same time we arrived some constructional work was
Ongoing/masonry guys were rebuilding walls, everywhere dust and concrete. Inside - very cold and smelling wet place, hot water was okay but not all rooms have their own bathrooms, seemed to us like a super-expensive hostel for pensioners. Rooms were freezing and without ANY heating which is ridiculous for a moroccan near monthly-wage price for one night, dinner was triple overpriced and very standard, there was No any music in dining room which is so small for 25+ people and everone was sitting like in a pincushion. Breakfast wasn’t too colorful either but was okay for couple of pensioners. Corridors and paths outside were without any lighting and it was hard to tell where is your room once you leave dining place in the evening, no any signage, no any exit/entrance ways directional points, thats ridiculous! Internet - forget it anywhere else than in the visitors entrance foyer. Especially for elderly people that place would be a terrible experience! Visit it just for a drink of tea!

Stayed: March 2018, travelled with family
Thank Chiki M
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Reviewed April 3, 2018

The location, as I'm sure you can see from the photographs, is clearly amazing. Sat above the valley, the views from the dining room are second to none, especially on a clear night when the Milky Way is clearly visible to the naked eye. Comfortable rooms are traditionally furnished and the entire Kasbah (the fortifications don't just hold a hotel but also local tradesmen and homes) is a joy to wander around.

  • Stayed: November 2017, travelled with friends
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Thank buddg2017
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Reviewed March 11, 2018

When you get close to the Tizourgane Kasbah and catch a first view from a distance, it seems to be too good to be true, a place out of some medieval saga, a little fortress on top of a hill, surrounded by fields with almond trees in blossom (in February). When you then get there, wondering how to get in and where to leave your car, the fairy tell actually becomes true: A wide gate opens, with plenty of safe parking space, your luggage is lifted to the hill-top fortress with a pulley (people have to climb the stairs, but that adds to the experience) and then you are welcomed with tea and bisquits on the roof terrace and can take in an incredible view.
This kasbah is certainly a very special experience, it has been refurbished carefully to preserve its medieval structure with incredible detail, each stone wall and wooden door evidence of old (and living) craftmanship. Staying there is like a little glimpse of oriental life in times long past, which is what most people come for and enjoy. Yes, this extends to room temperatures in winter as well, and a reliable hot water supply would be very much appreciated, even by seasoned mountaineers (as most people here are). But everything else is there, even pretty good WIFI for those who can't live without it (it worked just fine in the dining room with the comfortable log fire when we were there). The food was excellent, one of the best I had in Morocco, not as heavy on meat as most of the time, instead a large variety of delicious vegetables; exactly what you need when you are worried about yet another tajine.
Extra credit goes to the friendly people, who welcomed us and made us feel at home in an honest, friendly way. We were proudly shown around this little medieval jewel with its narrow passages between a maze of stone-wall buildings crammed together on the hill top.
Yes, the place is rather pricey, but the value makes it well worth the money.

  • Stayed: February 2018, travelled with family
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Thank livespitz
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Reviewed November 9, 2017

We stayed one glorious night here as a group. This old Berber castle is being beautifully restored by the owners. It is exhilarating and also peaceful and cosy, we had the best night's sleep here. The dining room on the top and the roof terrace are great, we enjoyed the food too. There are a lot of steps and the bathrooms are quirky but it's an amazing experience. We were a circle dancing group but most people come for the walking and climbing.

  • Stayed: October 2017, travelled with friends
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Thank Gina G
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