No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
Photos of Dar Ahlam
TripAdvisor Reviews Dar Ahlam Ouarzazate
Travel Blogs from Ouarzazate
... place heading for the highest point up the hill, an amazing view from the top looking down over the river and village below. We leave the village and stop further up the road to take more photos of the village from afar. We carry on back to the main road to Ouarzazate passing a roundabout with an action sign - this is the centre of the Moroccan film industry and we head off road to see some of the ...
... a boy and a girl from the audience to don costumes of the traditional Moroccan wedding for a faux wedding ceremony on stage, and it was as awkward and clumsy as it sounds. The girl was hoisted up into a kind of big white dish, and rotated. At one point they almost dropped her, and she looked aghast. That was it. We fled, assuring Farass, who had hung outside with the other drivers, that we'd had a wonderful time. Slept well, though had bizarre ...
... Hotel Boufager with plenty of time to spare for a swim in the pool or drink at the bar before dinner.
DInner included Harira (soupe Moroccain) followed by yummy chicken tagine with couscous (served with a sprinkling of cinnamon and castor sugar). There was a dance - see video. The hotel wifi code was a drama in itself. It was 20+ characters long and very random. We did connect but the router was down. We couldn't be bothered after that.
... Gorge looming over us, we could see why this was a popular spot for locals and tourists alike to escape the heat. It was interesting to watch the locals as they set up their picnics using the spring water as an ice bucket and a portable cooker for their Tajine. Some had even found rock beds in the middle spring flat enough to set up on, their own natural boat! We made it to Ouarzazate by late afternoon. This is known as the Hollywood of the Middle East as many of the big ...
... in all of Morocco and a World Heritage site. This fortified
village is a fine example of clay architecture and is also famous for
its role on the silver screen, featuring in numerous films such as
Lawrence of Arabia, The Jewel of the Nile and Gladiator.
Aït Benhaddou has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987(http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/444) and several films have been shot there, ...