Kasbah Le Mirage4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We were a company team of around 20 people and we felt at home. The staff at this place made our stay wonderful! Incredible attention to customers. Best food. Great breakfast. Confortable meeting rooms. Quiet place far from the city noise. Desert activities available on the same town, Quads (atv) excursions, Camel excursions.
The staff was very friendly and the food was amazing. It was my first time to Morocco and should I decide to go back I would not hesitate to go back or recommend to friends. The inside spaces of the hotel are lovely as well.
My friend Sharron and I have spent a wonderful week at this hotel. Friendly, helpful and thoughtful staff. Yassine was a God send with all his knowledge and experience of the hotel and surrounding area. At the moment I can't recall the other gentleman on reception but he was also extremely helpful and sorted out any issues we had, effectively and efficiently with a smile on his face. (Not that we had many problems) Being 20/30 minutes from the city, getting away from the craziness of life was just what we both needed. The day trip to the Atlas mountains was well worth the money. Amazing views. Only downside was we weren't appropriately dressed. Still some snow on the hill tops, not good if you're wearing summer clothing lol. Marrakech was a hustling, bustling city plenty to see and do but our break was for a quiet and chilled time. The Kasbah le Mirage was the exactly the right place to go.
We were in kasbah le mirage for one week. The hotel is a half hour from Marrakech city and feels like coming home after the buzzy and dynamic daytrips to the center. We really liked the hotels peacefull village. People there are very nice and friendly. We were in the hotel with our tree months old baby. Thanks to the fantastic service in the hotel we could enjoy our trip for 100 procent! They welcomed our baby with a big smile! The food was great!!! The decoration superb!!!
The hotel was very good, nice and nice and clean, rooms were cleaned regularly. Jacoozi upstairs available. Friendly staff. Breakfast was good, when ordered food on the first day meat was raw, was fairly expensive. Although it is in the middles of nowhere we had our own car and there were no proper roads to the hotel. Hard to navigate there! No shops nearby or anything walking distance. Camel ride and karting was much more expensive at the hotel and you can find it cheaper elsewhere
A very nice hotel in a poor town next to Marrakech. When you first arrive through the village you may doubt your choice, but the hotel is nothing like the village. The building is nice with a beautiful view of the Oasis and Atlas mountains and more than enough spots to relax. The staff is very friendly and willing to help and they offer a shuttle bus to and from the city twice a day. The rooms and beds are nice and the hotel offers all kinds of services which are all of good quality, like massages, a jacuzzi, swimming pool and you can eat in the restaurant (but you should make a reservation for tajines because they need to prepare them in time). Breakfast is good as well.
6 of us stayed in the hotel from 31/12 to 3/01. The hotel is really nice in quiet location about 20 min drive from the busy centre. The staff were very friendly and welcoming. We were provided with everything we asked for and the dinner at new year was amazing feast. The room itself is a little bit dark n cold at night which is good for summer but not so much in winter. Overall we would recommend staying at the hotel
We booked this hotel with flights for something ridiculous considering it was half board. We checked TA before so knew that it was off the beaten track, quite literally! You're taken off road through a run down village strewn with garbage and small children asking for money. A couple we spoke too who hadn't done their research actually thought they were being kidnapped. The hotel is basic. So no TV or fridge in the room. But that was okay. The double shower was traditional with small mosaic style tiles. The room was dark and cleaned daily and given fresh towels and toiletries. The staff are very friendly and couldn't do enough for us. As it was quiet they would serve dinner in the evening when we wanted. We never used the pool as it wasn't quite warm enough. But the roof terrace was great in the afternoon for lounging in the sun or for morning sunsets. All in all it was a great break if not the 4 star hotel we expected.
If you are looking to really get away from it all, this is the place for you! The location is remote and only accessible by taxi. The hotel offer two shuttles to central Marrakesh, 10am until 1pm, 3pm to 7.30pm. Please ensure you contact the hotel for a transfer from the airport as most taxi drivers will not know where to go, this costs 200 dirham. A taxi to Marrakesh medina is 100dhm during the day and 150dhm at night. All you need to do is call the hotel 30 minutes before you want to be collected. The hotel itself is beautiful, traditional in design with a great pool and roof terrace. There is a jacuzzi on the roof, we didn't see it working though, so it may be seasonal. There is a table tennis table next to the pool. There is a TV in the bar area, most rooms do not have a TV so don't come here expecting to watch any. There are a good selection of board games in the lounge area downstairs, there is nothing to do here after dinner, so we enjoyed playing scrabble. We booked a superior room and having read some reviews I emailed the hotel in advance asking for a room with a view - we got 202 Jasmin room, which was lovely. Traditional decor, the most amazing tiled bathroom and gold sink! We had a shower in our room, there was plenty of hot water and fresh towels were brought every day. We had a balcony running the length of the room with views over the Palmerie. Plenty of camels and donkeys strolled by. The room is located above reception so the lights downstairs are on, curtains are light veils so if you're an early sleeper this may not be the room for you. We absolutely loved it though. There are no tea making facilities in the rooms, nor a phone for room service, so don't expect all the mod cons of European 4 star hotels. We noticed Pil Pil room had a bathtub and would highly recommend requesting that room as there is little to do in the evening and that would be a great addition. There is also a TV in that room. The restaurant is beautiful and the food was very good. The menu is in French so might be worth bringing google translate to the restaurant so you know what to order! Tagines must be booked 24 hours in advance. Would recommend the assortment of Marrakesh salads. The wine list was good and reasonable. A local wine was 150dhm and beer was 35. The waiting staff are warm and welcoming and will respect how much you wish to interact with them. The hammam was disappointing, we didn't manage to book in as we were advised by reception we could get appointments on the day, which wasn't the case. I would advise booking this as soon as you arrive to avoid disappointment. Lots of reviews have mentioned wifi issues, we found it fine, which could be to do with the fact we were above reception. Overall we loved our stay, it was just what we needed. No TV, total relaxation and great weather.
I must say this trip was my most incredible experience I probably had. Marrakech is so contrasty it blows your mind. It`s amazing and shocking, faboulus and dangerous, beautyful and awful. As some of the reviewers already mentioned, it is true. You are on the road, roads are kaos anyway, They make 4 lanes out of 2 many often...( I have 10 yrs of driving experience, but would never drive there.) And then suddenly you turn off the main road to a dirt track. Our driver lost as well, but we were at least in the right village when he got lost, he said he never been here before. :) And this was a pre-bought private transfer with lastminute.com for a fortune. DO NOT BUY IT! The people are so poor here that they have nothing but their bare foots. Very sad to see.. Anyway. And about the hotel: pros: - amazing staff, very helpful, funny, you will be treated like king. - great views from top - excellent food, up to a fine dining experience - shuttle to city twice a day (book a day ahead) - has table tennis which I`m a big fan of cons: - wifi frankly weak - no shops around to grab a snack or something, everything must bought from hotel unless buy from the city. - I personally found the pool fairly cold even it was 30`C. - top bar did not function I can strongly recommend this place to stay, but make sure you book with reception everything in advance (food, shuttle) in order to get all desires on time. easier and smoother for everyone.
- Free breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
Kasbah Le Mirage places you 9.3 mi (14.9 km) from Jamaa el Fna and 8.3 mi (13.3 km) from Marrakesh Museum. This 26-room, 4-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a full-service spa, an outdoor pool, and free in-room WiFi. On a river, the hotel is also close to Palmeraie Golf and 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% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 404 reviews