Spa, gym, landscaped gardens, heated mountain-view infinity pool, heated indoor pool, sauna, hammam, floodlit tennis courts, book-filled salon with internet access, log fire, TV/DVD, gift shop, many excursions, including trekking and horse riding.
The Aman room (deluxe suite with pool) is a wonderful place to have breakfast outside. The Tazart Room has a carved wood ceiling and stunning green bathroom. The Jacaranda room also has a ceiling worth ogling and beautiful terrace. The Master Suite is the ‘mini Kasbah’, occupying two floors.
Layers in autumn and winter; walking boots.
No pets; no smoking.
Children are welcome on set dates. From 5–28 February, 18-25 March, 4-24 April, 27 May–5 June, 1 July–4 September, and 16 December 2016–8 January 2017; kids stay free in parents rooms, and activities are held.
During school holidays, this sophisticated retreat invites children to join in games and cultural activities. Children under 11 stay for free too.
Juniors and tweens.
Packed activity programmes are held at various dates throughout the year – mostly during school holidays. From 16–23 February, 5–27 April, 5 July to 31 August, 18 October to 2 November, and 13 December to 10 January kids can ride the resident mules (Peppermint, Peanut and Paprika), camels (Pickle and Pumpkin) and donkeys (Pudding, Plum and Peaches); cook traditional Moroccan dishes; go on treasure hunts; get mini manicures; go for a 4WD ride in the mountains; take part in table-tennis tournaments; experience a Moroccan tea party and learn about the local flora and fauna on a nature walk. There are also DVDs to watch and board games in the lounge.
Rates include breakfast. Full-board is available for an extra €70 each a day (€35 for children).
The hotel has a young diners menu, which has a few familiar favourites and some more exotic Moroccan fare (from MAD50–70 a dish).
Is available for MAD120 an hour; must be booked in advance.