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"a panoramic view from the terrace overlooking gardens planted with almond and olive trees."

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Ouarzazate Live like a Pashah at Kasbah Ellouze. It is nestled in a little traditional village with fabulous views. Here you are in old true style Morocco and you feel you are in the Kasbah of the village, the Castle. The Kasbah has 10 bedrooms or suites and is situated next to Tamdaght, the ancient dwelling of the Glaoui, once the Seigneur of the region, and now inhabited by stork's nests. In the tradition of the region, the Kasbah Ellouze is built of mud and brick.

A superb Kasbah with a panoramic view from the terrace overlooking gardens planted with almond and olive trees.

The service is fantastic with the owners resident on site and the property is the perfect size, big enough to experience the grandeur of a traditional Kasbah yet small enough to be intimate and welcoming.

Please Note: All rates are based on 2 people with half board (breakfast and dinner).

Base prices are in €Euro: Sterling, USD and Moroccan dirham rates will vary by exchange rate.

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Please note: Local taxes of €2 - €3 per person per day are not included and are payable locally.

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  • Airconditioning
  • Languages: French and English
  • Child friendly
  • Car park
  • Terrace
  • Library
  • Reductions for single travellers
The Kasbah
The Kasbah
Outside view
Outside view

We do not currently have any recommendations from this riad, however, there are many fantastic places to eat in Morocco.

Marrakech: We have a list of our favourites in Marrakech see here http://www.hipmarrakech.com/restaurant-guide.php

Essaouira: We are currently updating the list of local restaurants for each region.

For now in Essaouira look at the following.

  • Elizir: Rue de Agadir. The best place in town, not far from the main street. The entrance resembles a classy junkshop. The entire restaurant is decorated beautifully, a really uniqueplace. Oriental classics with an Italian flavour. The service is excellent. Doors open at 8pm and there may be queues.

  • Triskala Café: Rue Touahen.The décor; 60s furniture on the wall, multicolour lighting. Definitely not the type of place you would expect to find in Essaouira. The food is a mix of French and Moroccan. Rated no.2 on Tripadvisor.

  • Restaurant El-Minzah: You can eat outside on the terrace of this popular restaurant which faces the ramparts. The menu features a good selection of international dishes with a good selection of fish.

  • Restaurant Ferdaouss: Rue Abd Essalam Labadi. The food is unfussy and excellent. A delightful restaurant, that serves traditional Moroccan food, with an innovative take on traditional recipes.

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Standard Double

The Standard double rooms are authentic and simple with air-conditioning and ensuite bathroom.

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Double Room plus Two Single Beds

This room can accommodate 4 persons it has 1 double and 2 single beds - a supplement of 20 or 30 euros per extra bed.

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The Suites are more spacious, authentic and simply styled with air-conditioning and ensuite bathroom. These rooms can accommodate 3 or 4 guests with a supplement of 20 or 30 euros depending on age.

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Please note:

  • The base rate price at Kasbah Ellouze is in pounds, euros, or Moroccan dirhams and exchange rates are approximate.
  • All prices are based on two people sharing and include breakfast and tva (VAT).
  • Most riads add local taxes which are generally about £2 per day per person, but vary from house to house

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