Palais Du Desert Hotel & Spa

Address: Route de Jorf, Erfoud, 52200, Morocco | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Route de Jorf, Erfoud, is near Todra Gorge, Tafraout-Aventure, and Town Square.
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          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Minbar in room
          • Smoking rooms available
          • Reduced mobility rooms
          • Refrigerator in room
          • Breakfast Available
          • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
          • Hot tub
          • Air-Conditioning
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed
          • Family rooms


          • Suites


          • Airport Transportation
          • Drycleaning onsite
          • TV Channel One Russia
          • Continental Breakfast
          • TV NTV World Russia
          • TV RTR Planeta Russia
          • Room service
          • Banquet room
          • TV Other Russia
          • Russian TV Channels Available
          • Conference facilities
          • Kids activities or Babysitting
          • Meal plan

          TravelPod Member ReviewsPalais Du Desert Hotel & Spa Erfoud

          Reviewed by lucinei

          Realy a palace

          Reviewed Dec 10, 2010
          by (2 reviews) Curitiba , Brazil Flag of Brazil

          Everything is perferc at Palais du Desert

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

          TripAdvisor Reviews Palais Du Desert Hotel & Spa Erfoud

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Erfoud

          Mounting a Camel in Three Easy Steps

          A travel blog entry by ktholin on Oct 14, 2015

          1 comment, 9 photos

          ... desolate that there is really no official border between Morocco and Algeria. I guess neither country feels it really doesn't matter too much in this part of the world

          Our hotel in Erfoud was quite spectacular, despite its remoteness. Beyond the reception is a large courtyard with a swimming pool surrounded by tables and lounges. The walkways to buildings are covered with colorful Moroccan carpets, and the large rooms are among the best we ...

          Fossils trade

          A travel blog entry by plimmerton on Feb 07, 2015

          18 photos

          ... complete we were offered tea and shown a little more of the factory where a hand made bowl caught Gayle's eye. The owner asked if we had any clothes we wanted to trade for the bowl. Stephen had a smart but old jacket that he not worn since Australia and had been thinking it was time for it to go, so we traded it for the bowl plus €10. He was none the less sad to see it go it had served him well for a long time.

          Hot Spring and Desert Time

          A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Sep 17, 2014

          1 comment, 13 photos

          ... and blowing sand making it feel like we were deep into the middle of nowhere. The sand dunes were so majestic that they seems fake like a movie set. We all had shades of blue on by chance and the colors versus the dunes backdrops were great. I did have a moment thinking that some boy now has us in the middle of a sandstorm and seems to be walking randomly through large dunes. There was virtually no introduction or safety talk but none the less it ...

          Drive from Fes to Erfoud

          A travel blog entry by mugharrington on Nov 11, 2013

          1 comment, 28 photos

          ... land. Khalid said no one is exactly sure of their origins – could be Phoenicians, could be Visigoths, Arabs or Vikings or all of the above. Berbers in the north are fair skinned, in the south, darker skin and hair. The name comes from the Roman times in Morocco. Romans referred to all people who knew nothing of Rome as “barbarians.” This word was corrupted into “berbers" and the original tribes of Morocco have been known ...

          On to the Dunes

          A travel blog entry by dhensby on Oct 27, 2013

          41 photos

          ... passing small villages, stopping at a nomadic Berber people living in the desert. Amazingly tough life living in tents on the desert, looking after their animals.

          We continued on getting stuck in the sand and having a blast in the dunes. We had a lunch that the literature described as 'enjoyable' picnic-style lunch, of course, that depends on how much you ...