Casa Taos

Route de Souihla, Marrakech, 400000, Morocco | B&B
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This B&B, located on Route de Souihla, Marrakech, is near El Bahia Palace, Hammam Ziani, Arsat Moulay Abdeslam Cyber Park, and Ali Ben Youssef Mosque.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Casa Taos Marrakech

    Una casa encantadora y una hospitalidad fascinante

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    No se como comenzar este texto porque nada de lo que ponga podrá reflejar realmente lo bien que me he sentido estos días en casa taos, la decoración general de la casa es impecable, las habitaciones amplias , limpias y muy acogedoras. Pero lo mejor de todo son los anfitriones Hicham y Karima que hacen que realmente te sientas como en casa, son amables y muy atentos, con lo cual no se les escapa ni un sólo detalle para que tu días en su casa sean muy agradables. Y ya si pasamos al tema cocina, sin palabras.. Todo lo que nos prepararon estaba a cual mejor, comida típica de marruecos, buenísima y sanísima.

    Como dice un torero español, en 2 palabras IM-PRESIONANTE

    Sejour inégalable

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    au coeur d'un espace de verdure , nous avons passé 15 jours merveilleux . Calme , respect , chaleur de l'accueil ont étés notre quotidien . Malgré la température de la saison , nous n'avons pas souffert de la chaleur .

    La cuisine , préparée par Hicham est tout simplement digne de nos meilleurs chefs .

    L'attention dont fait preuve Karima est exemplaire .

    En tous les cas , pour nous c'est une adresse exceptionnelle !

    Pascale et Patrick

    Highly recommended

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    After the heat, dust and noise of Marrakech, Casa Taos is a haven of tranquillity: lush gardens, beautiful swimming pool and fabulously furnished rooms. And that's the bad bit. What sets Casa Taos apart from other hotels and guest houses we have visited, is the remarkable hospitality of the owners Isham and Karima. They effortlessly manage to make you feel part of the family whilst never intruding and always happy to provide advice and suggestions (or just a chat).

    The cooking, overseen by Isham himself, is never less than delicious and always changing - from Moroccan classics like Couscous and Tagine and a melting Shoulder of Lamb to Mediterranean and even French dishes like Magret of Duck, the food is always fresh (often from their own garden) and expertly prepared. And should you feel hungry at any time, there are always their unrivalled Moroccan pancakes to snack on.

    We stayed in a suite in the main building which was both spacious and comfortable. We had a peak at all the other rooms and suites, which are all beautifully appointed (although my favourite is probably Botero). We were lucky to have Casa Taos to ourselves during our 3 nights which only added to the sense of being at home away from home.

    Casa Taos is perfect for children - not surprising given the owners have their own three year old boy who seems unique amongst his age group in being happy to share his toys (even his motorcycle). If you can drag yourself away, there is plenty to do with Marrakech itself a short drive away, and, if you ask nicely, a trip to their farm. Milking a cow by hand was the highlight of our daughter's whole holiday.

    Highly highly recommended.

    Fantastic weekend in Marrakech

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    We were invited for a magical mystery tour on a friends 40th. They hired Casa Taos for 14 of us although the rooms can be rented individually. What a lovely place! The rooms are huge. The pool is fantastic. The owner, Hicham, together with his wife and 8 staff were

    attentive. The food (much grown at the villa) was excellent - Hicham ran a restaurant in Casablanca for 5 years. We had a taxi on call to take those who wanted to go the hustle & bustle of Marrakech (20 minutes) or we could just choose to chill. Highly recommended!

    Bien être et convivialité

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    Pour mes 40 ans, mon mari m'a offert une semaine à Marrakech. Une semaine de pur bonheur dans cette maison magnifique, à la fois typique et également très "déco", où nous avons été accueillis par Hicham et Karima. Ce couple extrêmement chaleureux et sympathique devance vos moindres désirs (pétales de fleurs sur le lit en signe de bienvenue, jus d'orange pressées à la sortie du massage, soirées thé à la menthe et pâtisseries orientales ...) La maison au milieu des orangers respire la douceur de vivre et offre un excellent contraste après les visites quotidiennes dans la ville trépidente. C'est aussi l'occasion de rencontrer des gens forts sympathiques, et de partatger de bons moments. Seul "reproche" : 2 Kg de plus sur la balance au retour, car il est absolument impossible de résister aux excellents tajines d'Hicham, sans parler des délicieux désserts, et des petits déjeuners pantagruéliques (mention particulière aux "tartines à la tomates" !). Vivement le prochain séjour !

    Franck et Sophie

    Un vrai depaysement...

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    Nous avons été ravis de notre sejour avec nos enfants à Casa Taos!

    Hicham et Karima font réellement leur maximum pour rendre le séjour le plus agréable possible; tant au niveau de l'accueil que dans la préparation de délicieux repas.

    Un réel confort dans les chambres ainsi qu'un vrai souci esthétique: chaque chambre est différente de l'autre...

    Nos enfants ont été trés bien pris en main au niveau de leur repas et c'est d'un vrai confort. Ils ont pu profiter de la piscine ainsi que du jardin en toute sécurité.

    Enfin, nous ne sommes pratiquement pas sortis de Casa Taos, tellement l'endroit est agréable, chaleureux, propice à la détente et au repos.

    Nous avons été réellement seduits par Casa Taos et nous y reviendrons certainement...

    Mouna et Marty

    Excellent hospitality in most beautiful villa

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    We spent our holiday at Casa Taos from the end of january through the first week of february '07 and enjoyed the fabulous hospitality in the beautiful house of the Charaï family. Everything about this place is still in our minds, the beautiful house, our superb suite, the large garden, orchard, the pool, the views over the Atlas. We think back with so much pleasure, we recommend a stay to anyone!!

    We loved the fresh and delicious breakfasts every morning (including fresh orange and mandarin juice!), haute cuisine diners in the evening with traditional meals from Morocco as well as the tastes from other continents and not to forget the Moroccan tea with cookies. Everything home made. Really superb!!

    Hicham and Karima Charaï and their devoted staff made us really feel at home. We enjoyed their company as being their guests very much, also our son who played with their son the whole week, both being 3 years old. So a really child friendly holiday destination too!

    Hicham and Karima even took us to visit L' Ouka, the ski-resort in the Atlas Mountains, and arranged a surprise massage at the Casa Taos for my husbands birthday at my request. No limits to their hospitality!! For our visits to Marrakech we took a grand taxi, it was very nice to come back to Casa Taos after visiting the beautiful, crowded and vibrant city centre.

    Concluding: Casa Taos is the perfect holiday destination!!

    Arthur, Helene & Mathijs, Holland

    Cadre enchanteur, accueil des plus chaleureux et une cuisine succulente

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    j'ai eu l'occasion de séjourner en janvier 2007 à Casa Taos. je fus tout d'abord trés bien reçu par les propriétaires. Le site est enchanteur avec un trés beau jardin. J'ai pu déjeuner au bord de la piscine et me régaler avec les brochettes marinées cuites au barbecue. Le service est de qualité et l'athmosphère trés détendu. Les chambres sont trés confortables et le salon cheminée trés agréable en hiver. J'ai même eu la possiblité des marrons chauds braisés au coin du feu.

    Le petit déjeuner est riche est le jus d'orange provient du verger de la propriété, de même que l'huile d'olive et le pain maison.

    Une villa à découvrir absolument.

    Casa Taos

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    Quatre jours avec mon épouse et mes trois enfants dans la maison d'hôtes CASA TAOS!

    Dès notre arrivée, HICHAM et KARIMA avec professionnalisme et beaucoup de simplicité nous ont immédiatement installés. Leur gentillesse et prévenance n'ont égales que la beauté de ce site exceptionnel.

    Les chambres sont magnifiques, bien agencées et très calmes. Aucun bruit ne vient troubler cette invitation permanente au farniente. Mes jeunes enfants ont passé leur temps à s'amuser dehors, dans un parc immense, en toute sécurité. Nous avons largement profité de la grande piscine et de ses alentours très accueillants.

    Durant ce séjour, Hicham et son épouse nous ont préparés de délicieux repas. Une vraie cuisine marocaine familiale et de savoureux plats du terroir nous attendaient au retour de nos ballades à MARRAKECH. A noter, et c'est appréciable, les menus enfants adaptés et le petit déjeuner somptueux!

    Bravo, nous reviendrons.........

    Rest in a wonderfull place

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    We had a awonderfull stay at CasaTaos. Hicham and Karima, the owners were so kind, they really care about their Guests!!!

    The architecture of the place is so Original. The Garden with its swimming pool is the perfect place

    Children played all days in a very safe garden. they were allowed to pick fruits from the various Trees.

    The food is excellent: Cooscous, Paella, Moroccan Salad, etc...

    TripAdvisor Reviews Casa Taos Marrakech

    5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Marrakech

    Slow down, you move to fast.

    A travel blog entry by donmiller on Oct 06, 2014

    1 comment

    ... an hour or so, the clerk came to me and said that they have an early bus coming in and would be leaving for Essouira at 12:30. would I like to be on it? Why yes I would, Merci very much. When all was aid and done the bus left about a quarter full and I spread our in my own row comfortably napped away. If I would have gone exploring, I probably would have been crammed into a full bus. Sometimes doing nothing pays ...

    Sunday, Bloody Sunday

    A travel blog entry by donmiller on Oct 05, 2014

    5 photos

    ... scooter, go around to get the sheeps skins for delivery to the tannery. Somewhere, along the way, money must trade hands, because these people won't lift a pointing finger in the direction of the medina exit without demanding a few dirhams in return. I never did find Rob and Natalie's hotel but saw a lot for my effort. They were out walking to and have even more gruesome stories of flinging entrails and general bloody mayhem. A bad day to be a sheep (and sometimes a ...

    Flushing out the Best of Marrakech

    A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Oct 01, 2014

    1 comment

    ... on this leg of the Moroccan adventure. We saught out the green spaces, which are seriously lacking: Jardin Majorelle, Cyber Park and a disappointing (read dismantled) playground. Mostly, we hung out around the main square just outside the souks and very close to our riad. Place Jemma el Fna has snake charmers and monkey wranglers side-by-side with iPhone salesmen. That's how Marrakech rolls: a wild juxtaposition of old --really old -- and ...

    A little bit of fashion in Marrakech

    A travel blog entry by bibi64 on May 25, 2014

    2 comments, 10 photos

    Had a full on day today, started with another great brekkie here in the Riad, this time trying m'laoui (flat fried bread like parratha), beghrir (puffy, light crepes, which looked like flat crumpets), a puffy cinnamon like bread, fresh cherries, along with sweet potato jam! It was scrumptious.

    Must mention prior to breakfast, I received not one but three electric jolts through both arms, as I turned on the tap to wash my hands, I suddenly got these shocks going ...

    Marrakech Express

    A travel blog entry by paul.dombrowski on Jul 18, 2013

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    ... well over 100 degrees, I didn't think he'd make the climb. Our guide Ahmed has known the old man for 15 years and uses him when he he has clients here because the bus tours won't use him because he's old. He took off down the path like a racehorse, never missing a step, climbing the the hundreds of steps with ease. If it were a race he would have beat us all without a doubt. The view from the top was nice, overlooking the oasis and the old and ...