Les Jardins De Ouarzazate

Address: Km 1, Route de Zagora, Tabounte, Ouarzazate, Morocco | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Km 1, Route de Zagora, Tabounte, Ouarzazate, is near Toubkal, Medina of Tétouan, and Oum er-Riba.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsLes Jardins De Ouarzazate

    Reviewed by debbie.chung

    a bit tired

    Reviewed Apr 21, 2014
    by (30 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

    A tired hotel needing some tlc. We had a very large room with 2 extra single beds; the hot water was very hot. Cold water service was switched off until the tap was located as the toilet would otherwise be leaking continuously. Sink taps were also leaking. Nice gardens with pool.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by kateanddrew

    Cute town

    Reviewed Aug 11, 2013
    by (5 reviews) Canberra , Australia Flag of Australia

    Everything very new and shiny, the Hollywood of morocco where Sahara, gladiator and babel were filmed

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Les Jardins De Ouarzazate

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

    Travel Blogs from Ouarzazate

    From Ouarzazate to Ourazazate in 2000 Kilometers

    A travel blog entry by grant_julie on May 22, 2015

    74 photos

    ... that was barren of trees. So we move to ‘over there’ and find a lovely rocky patch of unshaded dirt, the only section of the campground with vacancy and set up our tent.

    (* Speedos are a type of male swimming costume of minimal proportions also known as budgie smugglers in Australia.)

    Taking advantage of our free ‘Welcome Cocktail’ voucher that was thrust at us earlier we went to the bar, located next to a very ...

    Morrokin' in the dunes of Sahara.

    A travel blog entry by emezzy on Aug 27, 2014

    3 photos

    ... it (Not 'tanjines Liam, tard). At this point in my life, I possibly never want to eat either of them again. While in lasted and for the record though, they were deeelicious.


    As for Abdul. Bless, what a man. Laura and Liam, I look forward to smashing you with tomato's at La Tom in the coming days. Kathleen, stay out of the sun and eat more meat. I don't think you eat enough, hajajaaaa, hugs and kisses to you all.

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    Berber music man, snake charmer, and Spongebob

    A travel blog entry by arigney87 on Nov 26, 2012

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... and resilient outdoor rugs.This one was special because all the rugs here are handmade by women who are divorced, with profits going back to the maker. This collective allows for additional income for the women, and an opportunity to get a legitimate Moroccan rug straight from the source. If I still had my apartment and didn't currently live in one small room in my parent's house, I would definitely be several hundred dollars in the hole.
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    Ksar of Ait Benhaddou

    A travel blog entry by huntersam on Oct 17, 2011

    47 photos

    ... sustain damage during each rainstorm. Most of the town's inhabitants now live in a more modern village at the other side of the river; however, ten families still live within the ksar.
    Centuries ago, Ait Benhaddou was an important stop for the caravans
    passing through as they carried salt across the Sahara, returning with
    gold, ivory and slaves. Today, its grand kasbah is still one of the ...

    Day 2: Discovering Shangri-La

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jul 02, 1992

    52 photos

    ... a van heading from Toundout up towards the mountains, carrying shoppers back to their villages.


    It’s funny that just yesterday morning Toundout was a village so tiny that it’s not even on the map. But from this perspective, Toundout is the "Big City" and commercial hub where people go to buy everything they need.

    Before long I reach my next hamlet Ait Ala (0657, 2 hrs, 2.3 kms) which is a good ways down the steep slope. I figure though, that if ...