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Located in Zaida, 19 miles from Midelt, Maison D'Hotes De Zaida has a restaurant and free WiFi. The place is run by lovely family. Great hospitality and the best tajine we have ever had. The owner led us on a hiking tour in the mountains which again was the extraordinary experience. Also I think we have booked a room with shared bathroom but got an exclusive one.
Ksar Timnay Hotel is a 15-minute walk from Timnay Ecological Park and 3.1 mi from Berber villages. It offers an outdoor swimming pool and air-conditioned accommodations with free Wi-Fi access. Warm rooms, fresh crisp cotton sheets, lovely hot showers, lots of room, great location, amazing breakfast. Everything perfect.
Located in Midelt, Hotel Nice 06 offers a terrace. Among the facilities of this property are a restaurant, a 24-hour front desk and room service, along with free WiFi throughout the property. Stopped on our way from Fes to Merzuga. This was a perfect stop. Clean, simple, and easy. Staff was super nice.
Offering a restaurant, Hotel Restaurant Bougafer is located in Midelt. Free WiFi access is available. At Hotel Restaurant Bougafer you will find a 24-hour front desk and a terrace. Very good Hostel with a good Restaurant below. The Breakfast was very good and we enjoy it!
Located in Midelt, The good stop /2 offers bar, free WiFi, a shared kitchen, and a shared lounge. This property offers access to a terrace and free private parking. We were really happy and feel great with everything. We can definitely recommend to stay with "The good stop". Mostly because good communication and comfort. Also the city full of nice people around. Highly recommend.
Located in Midelt, Atlas Room provides accommodations with free WiFi and a terrace. The nearest airport is Moulay Ali Cherif Airport, 55 mi from the homestay. I loved my stay with Simon. The location is very central making it easy to walk everywhere. The house is extremely cosy with lots of creative decorations and carpets. My room was very nice and clean and I liked the big lounge room with sofa and TV. Upstairs Simon has a nice terrace where he invited for tea and dinner several times. Simon was very attentive to my needs and helped me with tips and practical things. I ended up staying for a week.
Small town. Oddly enough it was a great place to stay, because there are only locals and no tourists at all - that was the best feeling - felt like real Africa! There are no cafes or restaurants to eat at -we ate at the hotel Maison d'Hotes de Zaida.