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Upgraded to king with balcony. Above the town so great views and very quiet. Food was Moroccan and very well prepared. Assisted to get a hiking guide with a picnic lunch. You should call 20 minutes before you get to Imlil so the hotel can send down a donkey for luggage. It is a 15 minute walk uphill to get to the hotel. The price you pay for the views.
Clean Rooms, friendly staff, great view all around from our suit, Free Full breakfast, reasonable authentic Berber / Moroccan Meals. Ect... Enternet/ Wifi Not available or not operational
Excellent value for money in heart of Atlas Mountains - hotel staff were exceedingly helpful and location in the heart of Berber villages was just as described.
The staff was super friendly and helpful. Breakfast and dinner were yummy!
The family running the Riad were very welcoming and helpful. If you dine at the Riad you will be served tasty, wholesome, and hearty meals, very welcome after a day's walking. You are also likely to be able to exchange tales of trekking in the Atlas Mountains and ascending Mount Toubkal with a interesting, cosmopolitan mixture of other guests. If you do intend going up Toubkal I would recommend getting a guide and ensuring you have proper clothing for the summit. You do need to be aware that if you are going to stay in Imlil there is no bank or ATM and Credit Cards are not accepted. This means that you need to take sufficient cash with you to cover your bills, taxis, purchases of Berber rugs etc. etc.
Imlil is a great place and Riad Oussagou is a great place to stay if you are visiting. Hussein speaks English and it was great as most Morrocans dont. Great experience. We loved it. The Riad has all the amenities required to enjoy an off the beaten path (read touristy) but still be comfortable. Highly recommend making the trip from Marrakech to this spot especially if you like Mountains/hiking. If so Riad Oussagou is a good place to go. Food was great but was toned down for western palates. I would have loved to have the real stuff with spices
clean, friendly stuff, good dinner for a correct price, nice views from the terrace, great location after a trek If you come from the Jebel Toubkal trek, we have to count 30 minutes more for reaching this riad.
Service, comfort and pool all excellent.
The staff are extremely friendly and will go out of their way to make your stay as enjoyable as possible. The hotel is brand new and top class and the location in the mountains is amazing.
Paul and his entire staff are excellent. They truely have a desire to make your stay as pleasant as possible. It is as if you are a guest in someone's house who's taking very well care of you. Small but exquisite. Hammam facilities and staff are great as well. The location is great if you are looking for a quiet or romantic few days. The Suite is worthwhile the extra 25 Euro since you have a reat view from there, but also the terrace rooms are superb and the traditional rooftop terrace is great for views. Nothing to improve really. It was near perfect