HOTEL LES AMANDIERS

This excellent four-star hotel sits on a hillside overlooking the town, and has become the centre of the Tafraout climbing community – it’s well stocked bar usually has at least a handful of climbers established in it, and the ever-growing New Route Book (Livre d’Escalade) is kept closely guarded behind the hotel reception. Les Amandiers was first used as a base for climbers during the early 1990s, when the original Ameln pioneers  enjoyed its colonial luxury whilst making early explorations of the range. 

The hotel is clean, with safe chlorinated tap water, and a pleasant restaurant serving a mixture of simple Moroccan and International dishes. The staff are extremely friendly, and speak good French, English and German. Double, twin, and triple rooms are available, and all are en-suite with either a bath or a shower. There is an outdoor swimming pool for hotel guests, and of course the excellent bar. 

For a while, the Amandiers had a reputation for being a little 'cold and characterless', but recent renovations have done a lot to bring it up to date, with more comfortable public spaces and well-equipped rooms. With a significant discounts for climbers, this hotel is now better value for money than ever before, with double rooms coming in at little over £20 per night. For that, guests can enjoy:

  • Recently decorated, immaculately clean rooms with air conditioning, heating, a fridge (a great new addition that we love!) and en-suite facilities;
  • The climbers' bar... OK, it's not a climbers' bar like you'd get in the Lake District, but it's the closest we're going to get in Morocco! Guidebooks, rucksacks, and scruffy climbers are a common sight, enjoying ice cold Flag beer after a scorching day on the rock! (oh, and the gin and tonic is excellent as well)
  • An outdoor swimming pool, perfect for cooling off;
  • Excellent, friendly service from English-speaking staff;
  • Free WiFi.

Climbers can benefit from an exclusive 25% off normal prices by booking through www.climb-tafraout.com

Double rooms from as little as £20 per night, triple rooms for just £23 per night (plus tax). Family rooms and suites also available.

SPECIAL EVENTS: If you're in town during the annual Almond Festival, or over the New Year period then be sure to book in advance, as the hotel frequently gets booked up. The New Year's Eve party is particularly worth a visit, with a three-course meal, live music, and partying into the early hours...

 HERE'S WHAT WE LOVE ABOUT LES AMANDIERS:

  • Discounted prices for online booking at www.climb-tafraout.com
  • The only public bar in town
  • The lounge - a great social space to hang out with a beer
  • Swimming pool - the perfect place to cool off after a hot day on the quartzite
  • Free wifi

About this hotel

Tel: +212(0)528 80 00 88

hotellesamandiers@menara.ma

www.hotel-lesamandiers.com

Standard Price: 350Dh (single) 450Dh (double) 500Dh (triple)

Discounted Price*: 300Dh (single) 330Dh (double) 430Dh (triple)

Facilities: All rooms en-suite with hot water, bath / shower, heating and air-con. Licensed bar serving an extensive selection of beers / wine / spirits throughout the day. Full-service restaurant serving a mix of local and international dishes at lunchtime and evenings. Outdoor swimming pool and terrace with views over Ameln Valley and Jebel el Kest. Staff fluent in English, French and German. Money exchange available at reception.

This excellent four-star hotel sits on a hillside overlooking the town, and has become the centre of the Tafraoute climbing community – it’s well stocked bar usually has at least a handful of British climbers established in it, and the ever-growing New Routes Book (Livre d’Escalade) is kept closely guarded behind the hotel reception.

The hotel is immaculately clean, with safe chlorinated tap water, and a pleasant restaurant serving a mixture of simple Moroccan and International dishes. The staff are extremely friendly, and speak good French, English and German. Double, twin, and triple rooms are available, and all are en-suite with either a bath or a shower. There is an outdoor swimming pool for hotel guests, and of course the excellent bar.

The Amandiers is only a short walk from the shops and cafes of the town centre, but is sufficiently far away to escape from the noisy hustle and bustle of the dusty Tafraoute streets.

Online Booking

Having been exploring the Anti-Atlas for more than ten years now, we've built up many friendships in Tafraout and the surrounding area. 

We're keen to support the local economy through promoting tourism in the area, and as a result several hotels have been willing to offer reduced rates for climbers booking their accommodation through www.climb-tafraout.com

You can reserve rooms directly with the hotel simply by completing the form opposite.

All of the hotels featured on this website have been personally checkout out and found to offer the kind of service, cleanliness, and security that we would be happy to recommend to our clients.

Please note that bookings made through this website will go directly to the relevant hotel, and are not handled directly by www.climb-tafraout.com. Whilst we are happy to assist if required, any follow-up communication regarding your booking is best made directly with the hotel.

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