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Maison d'hote Hajja

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Reviewed 9 January 2018

We spent two nights here and loved the experience. We were met (without having arranged it!) at the gate of the old town by the very nice Rashid, who carried my backpack and led us to the hotel. The hotel itself is fascinating to look...More

Thank PennyFalls
Reviewed 1 December 2017

Staying at Dar El Haja was literally one of the best travel experiences that my family and I have ever had, and we couldn’t be more grateful that we were able to stay there. Everything was just beyond what we could have imagined, and the...More

Thank GusTheBorderCollie
Reviewed 1 July 2017

We did not stay here, but had a delightful evening of tea and snack with the owners. They keep the pace spotlessly clean, and are very accommodating; and are totally self sufficient and the Ksar does not have electricity (only solar power), and water comes...More

Thank alikarim
Reviewed 1 February 2017

Great welcoming besides were only 2 guests and incredible atmosphere! The owner and the staff improvised a typical berber dinner in the natural cave of the Maison. Everything was perfect but what we loved the most was the natural cave, enlighted only with candels, and...More

Thank katescoordination
Reviewed 23 October 2016

We spent there one night. Place is really inside the old village, so from afternoon till min-morning you get the old village to yourself (no tourists, all craft shops closed) and can really enjoy the atmosphere. Sunset is pretty obvious, but I also recommend waking...More

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Morocco > Souss-Massa-Draa Region > Ait Ben Haddou
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