/ Accommodation in Morocco

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HB-Pencil on 21 Oct 2012
My partner and I are off to Morocco for a wee climbing holiday.

I was wondering if there is anyone who could possibly recommend some places to stay while were there?

Looking for somewhere nice but not to pricey and all that.

Thanks in advance.
Jubjab - on 21 Oct 2012
In reply to HB-Pencil: It's a big country. Where exactly are you heading?
silo - on 21 Oct 2012
In reply to HB-Pencil: Cafe Rueda Akchour I plan to go in Jan ,It looks amazing!If you go it would be great if you pass me topo details...

thanks
silo - on 21 Oct 2012
In reply to HB-Pencil: Apparently the topo is in the cafe
HB-Pencil on 22 Oct 2012
In reply to Jubjab:

Thinking Tafroute area, although will be flying into Marrakech and will have a car.
Ron Kenyon - on 22 Oct 2012
In reply to HB-Pencil:

In Tafraoute - there is the Amandiers which seems to weigh in at about 28 per day. We stayed at Hotel Salama about seven years ago and Hotel Tafraoute the year before which were much cheaper.

Over the hill is Kasbah Tizourgane - this in the new guide Morocco Rock by Paul Donnithorne and Emma Elsford also guide by Oxford university.

Ron
john ryden - on 22 Oct 2012
In reply to HB-Pencil:
Try this spot
http://www.yamina-tafraout.com/
We stopped a couple of years ago, nice spot right under the Lion Face crags. Out of town but with a car fine. B&B+evening meal was about 15 a night each, so not cheap for Morocco but food was great! Dead comfy & no pressure.
Bloody long drive from Marrakech!!!
If you need a spot in Marrakech Hotel Gallia has always done us proud & you can get a car to the front door
hazeysunshine - on 23 Oct 2012
In reply to HB-Pencil:
We've stayed a couple of times here http://www.latetedulion.com/
B&B 15 Euros each in a twin room. Excellent home cooked evening meals extra
donners - on 26 Oct 2012
In reply to HB-Pencil: Malika always looks after us really well-tizourganekasbah@yahoo.fr
Its really close to, and has great views from the roof terrace, of the climbing on the north side of The Anti-Atlas. The new 'Morocco Rock' guide has details of 1000 routes on the north side.
If climbing on the south side, The Argana Guesthouse (owned by Mustafa) is a good alternative-infos.argana@gmx.com
HB-Pencil on 06 Nov 2012
Thank you everyone, this has been a great help. :-)
Steve Broadbent - on 06 Nov 2012
We've often done Tafraoute from Marrakech and it's no problem, specially since the new motorway to Agadir was opened. As mentioned above, there are a handful of places outside of Tafraoute, but loads of options in Tafraoute itself, so you can more or less guarantee finding something to suit the budget. Tafraoute also has the benefit of shops / petrol / restaurants / internet etc.
Hotel Les Amandiers is the main hotel where climbers have been staying since Joe Brown Chris Bonington, and others developed the place in the 1990s. You can get 25% online booking at http://www.climb-tafraoute.com

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