Riad Lamane

Address: Amezrou, Sous-Massa-Deraa Region, Morocco | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in Amezrou, is near Agadir Beach, Beaches of Agadir, Agadir Kasbah, and Taghazout Beach.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsRiad Lamane Amezrou

      Reviewed by crowdywendy

      A Very Lovely, Peaceful and Private Place to Stay

      Reviewed May 22, 2014
      by (21 reviews) Crowdy Head, New South Wales, Australia , Australia Flag of Australia

      The Riad Lamane was a most lovely place to stay. Private and very comfortable individual bungalows were nestled in beautifully maintained luxuriant gardens with a gorgeous pool. The dining area was actually under a desert tent like arrangement with warm and bright Touareg-style furnishings, and the outdoor African Bar was a very pleasant place to enjoy a drink. The staff was very friendly and helpful and the food was excellent.

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

      Reviewed by dedmonds

      ZagoraRiad in Timbuktu

      Reviewed Apr 7, 2014
      by (15 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

      A great Berber Riad. Comfortable rooms, reasonable buffet breakfast and dinner and a pool. Hot water only available between certain hours morning and evening. Only negative was that wifi is only available in the reception area, which was a little bit of a nuisance.

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

      TripAdvisor Reviews Riad Lamane Amezrou

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Amezrou

      To Zagora: Deserts, Floods and Hostile Borders

      A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 22, 2014

      22 photos

      Alan was feeling very much worse for wear after the rugged off-road journey to Ouzina the day before and found it difficult even getting out of bed. Deep black-purple parallel bruising was now apparent, testament to at least two broken ribs.

      Once again I took an early morning walk by myself, again up the Very Steep Sand Dune With The …

      A Change in the Weather

      A travel blog entry by mmcnamara on Jan 09, 2015

      1 photo

      Weather :-0 The sun has gone and clouds holding rain have arrived. I'm very glad I'm not crossing the Col du Tichka today. I'd be on the top of the truck shovelling gravel. Initially, the road continued following the river valley. Much of this road is being repaired after the floods of two months previous. There was one final climb when the road engineers decided to change ...

      1471. The Boring Stretch

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jan 28, 2013

      4 photos

      ... is green, so it’s a soothing, peaceful walk giving me plenty of time to think over about my life, my accomplishments and goals. With my Spain/Portugal trip, Agadir trip and now this, it seems I’ve been in Adventure Mode almost non stop since late December, with doing Superhikes becoming almost an obsession—even though I haven’t quite figure out why I feel the need to do them… it’s not like I win a ...

      The dunes that were in our guidebook

      A travel blog entry by ivan.mclellan on May 13, 2011

      ... children in the morning and another group of children in the afternoon,
      but that is just a guess!

      The whole 160 km of the drive
      today was dry barren stony ground, occasionally when there was any sort
      of water, you get this oasis of green consisting of palm trees and all
      sorts of other greenery. It makes you realise the difference a little
      bit of water makes.

      There are no campgrounds we could
      find after ...

      Endless Beauty

      A travel blog entry by kim_puravida on Apr 20, 2011

      46 photos

      ... nice to see how the Moroccans, whether they are poor in the Berber village, or in the centre of the Medina in Marrakesh welcome visitors from all over the world with Mint Tea. As a gesture of thanks most of us gave the lady some dirham. Upon exit we were hit by around 10 children all coming up to us, at first we thought it was sweet so we gave them a lot of attention but then it turned out they were begging for money. Now, in these situations you desperately want to give ...