Kasbah Le Mirage4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We visited this hotel for a week at the beginning of June, I was aware the hotel was in a rural location and therefore this wasn’t a problem, the shuttle bus was always on time and very convenient but it would of been handy to of had an evening bus, even if it just took you there and you arranged a taxi home, as the last shuttle dropped you in the city at 2pm and collection from Marrakech city at 6.40pm meaning you didn’t have time to have dinner there once you walked back to collection location. I was very disappointed that a number of advertised ammenities werent actually open for our stay for example the swim up bar and pool bar, not only were they not open, they weren’t clean and didn’t look very good or finished. The hot tub on the roof terrace was full of dirty water and the BBQ/bar area up there wasn’t in use. The shower by the pool was being dug up whilst we sunbathed meaning a lot of banging as well as drilling by the pool bar where they were putting up an outside tent- I would of expected all jobs on the hotel to be completed in the winter and for the hotel to be up and running and ready for guests as I don’t want to come on holiday to relax and have to listen to building! There was a gentleman cleaning the pool every morning at around 10am meaning you couldn’t use it until he was finished (you would think he would do this a lot earlier so people could use it when they wake up and also to avoid watching him scrub the scum from the sides back into the pool) the pool was quite dirty around the edges and didn’t look very clear/clean (also VERY cold) I would like to point out how friendly the staff were and they were always willing to help! We were given fresh towels daily which was lovely and the rooms were decorated and cleaned to a high standard (pillow cases had holes in and pillows were awful) Lunch menu is the same as dinner menu and is very limited (we weren’t told about paninis being available until our second to last day) but reasonably priced food!!! I had arranged to have henna done in the spa and when I arrived for my appointment I was told no one was available and could I come back tomorrow (we were leaving the next day) Again I would like to point out the staff were fantastic and the parts of the hotel that were Finished were beautiful but there was a lot that let it down!!
A brilliant excursion! Everyone well looked after! Quad bikes fairly powerful and they allow you plenty of freedom. Views and route were spectacular. All different terrain and the guide spoke very good English. Refreshed at the end with mint tea and a pancake. Highly recommend!
I was aware this hotel was in a rural area and booked my excursions ahead via a tour company. They were happy to pick up despite this being quite a drive from Marrakech. The hotel is still being built so there was some occasional drilling and some parts were inaccessible. There was no water in the hot tub. There is a beautiful roof terrace with a bar and bbq but this was not is use during my visit. The room was very dark with only a small window. Despite being by a river there were no mosquitos. Lots of flies around but I never got sick. Local children and farmers frequently beg for money as you leave the hotel. You can hear the donkeys, sheep and chickens are night but this didn’t bother me. As a solo female traveller I always felt safe here. The staff were friendly and helpful. The hotel was clean. Food ok but quite a limited menu and I was out very early and missed breakfast most days. The spa was great and I really enjoyed the hammam experience. It felt a little odd that that spa is in such good condition but the shared facilities are in need of work. I imagine this will be an amazing hotel once finished and especially if the area becomes more developed. I had a wonderful break for 5 nights and would recommend the hotel to those who are looking for a budget option and don’t mind being away from it all.
We came here for a stay of 2 nights. we had a lovely time here, some suggestions. + Restaurant with Tagine is very good but not Local prices ofcourse, but still not that expensive + Friendly staff and helpfull ! + very peacefull and quiet if you want a break from the noisy and busy Marrakesh centre. + Lovely big rooms - Not much parking for cars - in the middle of a small ‘poor’ Village, but it didn’t bothered us at all. Hope the review was helpfull enjoy your stay !
Good hotel, with a great staff and friendly service. Thanks to ‘Yassine’ (the guy at reception) we’ve got a good hotel room. One thing: I’ve cut my foot and there was no patch, such a pity! Otherwise I would have given five stars.
Me and my boyfriend stayed there in April 2018 and had an absolutely wonderful time. If you want a busy city break, this isn't the place for you. If you want a relaxing week where you can visit Marrakech in the morning and/or afternoon, then get out of the city into an authentic, relaxing hotel where there is peace and quiet, this is definetely the place for you. I would recommend going half board as the dishes & tagines we tried were exceptional and we wouldn't have tried these if we hadn't gone half board. The waiters and all staff are so lovely. I also got a massage on my last day which is the best massage I've ever had. Please note there isn't really anything around the hotel - no shops, restaurants so you have to eat there unless you eat when you go into town. Town is only 30 mins away via the free shuttle and the shuttle drops you off in a good spot! I would take a pair of slippers & flip flops as the superior room we stayed in had hard bricks for flooring and I showered in flip flops because the tiles in the bathroom were thick and a little uneven. HOwever I am always in slippers at home as I hate my feet touching surfaces so might just be me! I have noticed people saying the hotel prices are expensive for drinks etc. - alcoholic drinks are expensive but we were suprised by how cheap our final bill came to considering we didn't think twice about ordering drinks. The pool is cold and isn't heated, i didn't get in it fully until it was 30 degrees but my boyfriend was fine in it when it was colder. There is also a ping pong table and badminton rackets by the pool which was good. There is also a roof top terrace which is beautiful. There is a hot tub on the roof but I don't think it was workign when we were there unfortunately. Tips for improvement: (and the only reason this isn't a 5* review) - candles or incense sticks in rooms to get rid of the smell of the sheep poo/ farms outside - have a fly buzzer to get rid of flys - as this is remote & next to farms there are a lot of flies, especially at breakfast time
Stayed one night, hoping for luxury at end of holiday and a peaceful pool. Poolside rough, outside areas smelly, though rooms clean and staff attentive. Long way out of town through half built settlements so feel lost when not. Taxi drivers not keen to transport. Food good though same menu for lunch and dinner and very little for vegetarians. Had poor experience related to allergy though staff were very apologetic and tried hard to resolve. Not the relaxing end to holiday we’d hoped for.
As you can already read in some other ratings, the kasbah is on the outskirts of Marrakesh and you basically have to use the shuttle to get in the city otherwise you pay about 10-12€ on way. The village itself is not really nice to look at and nothing to wander around but if you don't leave the hotel (except with the shuttle) it shouldn't bother you. Rooms are cozy and equipped with AC and so is basically the whole hotel with a nice rooftop. We didn't use the pool or the spa, so no rating here. Coming to the restaurant. All the waiters are really nice and try to comfort you as good as they can. But the food selection isn't really great. The restaurant offers only simple meals and nothing really traditional. If you want tajin, you have to order 24h in advance... The breakfast is even more monotonous since it contains three types of flat bread every day, the same cheese and the same ugly looking sausage. Maybe if you are lucky some cake but that's basically it. For one or two days ok, but on the third it already gets annoying
Some people may debate the hotels four star rating but my daughter and I love the place so much. The hotel itself is rustic, traditional and beautiful with views of the Atlas Mountains. The rooftop is perfect for relaxing and sunbathing and also has amazing views and the swimming pool is cool but very clean. We were in the cheaper rooms which are pretty dark and sometimes difficult to get ready in but very clean and comfortable. The staff at the hotel are the most beautiful people and showed us so much love during our stay, nothing is too much. They literally felt like friends. The lady that owns the hotel was also very pleasant indeed and the way she treated all the staff was really lovely and that was important to us. The hotel is situated in a very poor village which can sometimes make you feel a bit guilty and awkward but next time we will take an extra case with gifts for the local kids etc We fell in love with Marrakech and the people and will definitely return to this hotel for its rustic beauty and the amazing staff I wouldn’t recommend this hotel to spoilt 5 star type people as they don’t deserve to come here
This hotel is ideal for a relaxing break away from the demands of work and family. Location at first can look scary but do not be put off as the hotel is stunning. Breakfast was lovey with a good selection of breads, pastry's and the lunch and dinner menu was good and prices are fine. There isn't a snack menu but otherwise ok. The staff are very friendly and accommodating to your needs. Our room was very clean and tidy and overlooked the central balcony which was beautiful. Very comfortable bed and the only issue we had was the shower comes out in all directions. We used the shuttle bus into town which was always on time just a very bumpy ride due to the roads around the hotel. Marrakech centre is extremely busy in the day and even more so in the evening but well worth visiting and seeing the culture an the hustle and bustle. Don't forget to haggle for everything. We did hear some horror stories of taxi rides so always get the hotel to book them for you. Would highly recommend this hotel.
- Free breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
Located 2.5 mi (4.1 km) from Palmeraie Golf, Kasbah Le Mirage is within a 15-minute drive of Musée Aman pour la Civilsation de l'Eau au Maroc. This 26-room, 4-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a full-service spa, an outdoor pool, and free in-room WiFi. It's on a river and also close to Museum Palmeraie.
Free breakfast is included with your stay. Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service.
All of Kasbah Le Mirage's 26 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including patios, sofa beds, and free newspapers. Guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms offer deep soaking tubs, hair dryers, and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include free local calls, safes, and desks.
Kasbah Le Mirage features a full-service spa, an outdoor pool, and a children's pool. There's free parking, as well as a shuttle from the hotel to the airport (available 24 hours). Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this spa hotel include a health club, a steam room, and an outdoor tennis court.
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81.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 453 reviews