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My wife and I spent two nights at Dar Lorkam on our way from Marrakech to the Sahara, and we're so glad we did. The riad is very secluded and supremely peaceful, with a swimming pool and a beautiful garden to relax in after days...More
We booked to stay here but couldn't get there because the river was flooded. We didn't find them very helpful or good with communication. Especially given we had just spent 18 hours in a car trying to get there. The oasis of Skoura however is...More
A very relaxing overnight amidst the palmerie (date palm grove). Beautiful gardens, nice walks close by (head to the tallest kasbah in Morocco...just a 15 minute walk away and climb to the top). Be sure to order dinner at Dar Lokam too - the best...More
We recently travelled to Morocco with our two young children (2 and 7 years old) and had the pleasure of staying at Dar Lorkam. This was our favourite stay during our 2 week trip and, in retrospect, I regret not staying here longer and cutting...More
After a rather long and hot journey from Marrakech through the Atlas Mountains we stayed at the wonderful Dar Lorkam. It really did feel like a little oasis after the rocky terrain of the mountains.
The garden is breathtaking and so lovely to walk through...More
USD 64 - USD 68 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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