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Newest reviews for Kasbah Ait Moussa

  • Malika
      United Kingdom
    June 27, 2014

    Stayed for three nights and found the place very relaxing. The food was very good. We were able to really switch off from the outside world and relax as there is no TV or WiFi. Mostapha was a great host and very helpful. I would stay again, but this time make sure I hire a car as the Kasba is in the middle of nowhere.


  • Alison
    June 3, 2014

    Fabulous, luxurious oasis of calm. Staff were wonderful ... Helpful but discreet. Meals were delicious local fare, we took our on wine from France en route so had wonderful, nights of fine food & wine in a superb setting. Kelaa M'Gouna was a great stepping off point for local tour to the Dades Valley & a good shopping destination for Berber & Touareg handmade daggers & carpets from Tapis Berber. A secret hideaway destination which is worth putting on any itinerary.


  • Julie
      New Zealand
    May 21, 2014

    Kasbah Ait moussa was our unexpected find of the trip. It was almost perfect for us in everyday. Located in the middle of the oasis it was a haven of peace and tranquility, birds singing, perfect quiet and THE most unobtrusive but helpful staff you could possibly wish for. The kasbah was beautiful, understated 'shabby chic'. The food was delicious. We kept pinching ourselves about this lovely stay. We stayed in an upstairs suite but the private apartment also looked lovely. If you are expecting 5 star designer then this is not for you, but if you are wanted understated, traditional, peaceful stylish morocco on a (relative) budget then book in now!


  • Grahame
    November 2, 2013

    Although the Kasbah is located way out of town (don't even bother to try and find it, ring them and they will meet you in town) it is set in a lovely location surrounded by groves of Almonds and Olive trees, so peaceful and quiet with lovely views from the top terrace. The Kasbab has been beautifully restored in the traditional way (mud bricks and straw) so you get a real feel for how the Kasbah would have been like to live in for the 5? famlies that lived there years ago. Thiery, the owner, has decorated it in a modern minimalistic way which works with the old, although the modern plastic chairs etc. are looking a little worn and 'tatty' now. Our room or rather 'suite' (Kobba) was lovely, with a small living room, hall/walkway to a spacious bathroom and bedroom with huge bed. We also had a small private terrace. Our friends had the suite opposite us (the Tanoute) which was slightly bigger with a better terrace area. These 2 suites occupy the whole of the second floor so great for 2 families and perfect for us. We stayed 2 nights and ate in both times. The food was very very tasty but the meat was all bone. Breakfast was good and filling. 'Our' house keeper was a gem and really looked after us. And because we were the only people staying our first night we had the Kasbah to ourselves! So despite my comments below I have still highly rated this Kasbah because it was a wonderfully unique experience staying there and 'our' housekeeper really couldn't do enough for us. One last thing: they do not serve alcohol but have no problem if you have your own. Sue - Spain

    I'm not actually sure they remembered we were coming! Our terraces weren't swept or clean and the patio chairs were dirty with old bird poo and dust, our terrace even had a broken bottle behind the 'dome' on our roof. The pool was dirty, the water feature in the court yard switched off and our bed not made up (although not a problem really but we didn't arrive til 4:30pm in the afternoon). The court yard gardens were over grown. The car parking is outside away from the Kasbah in a much used dusty lane. The road to the Kasbah takes about 15/20 mins to negotiate from the main road (we had our own car) driving very very slowly and carefully as the road is more a stone/dirt track pitted with huge holes. Ok, if you have a 4x4, we don't. Our second night 2 more 'groups' turned up so did the owner who put the pool skimmers on, switched on the water feature, put more lanterns out and put background music on, nice little touches which we would have appreciated our first evening. BUT, it is a lovely place that just needs attention to detail or perhaps we just caught them on an 'off day'.


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