wouldn’t it be for the global possibility of seeing and knowing everything thanks to internet, Dar Sabra would be one of those places you couldn’t stop wondering about when you get there, especially because the last 200 m of the road are quite “rural” and you wonder if you’re still on track, even if you know that you’re in Marrakechs Palmeraie, where nice places are hidden all around. Dar Sabra is a stupendous place, a piece of art in its own right.
“thank you” to the one person who had the courage and the means to plan and realize this place more than 15 years ago.
the infrastructure has it’s little flaws, but these aren’t really relevant and can be fixed (such as the missing flow of warm water in the shower hose / it was ok on the other, ceiling outlet - room 304).
where i think they could do better is in the kitchen, by being more courageous and seeking some “fusion experience” giving the mainstream European dishes served (along withe the moroccan ones on the menu, on request) less space and being less boring, and making the Dar Sabra experience even better.
what you get (services and infrastructure) is described on their and many more webpages but unless you stay there you won’t really understand what a particular place this is.
certainly, there are more luxurious, bigger, more modern, more staffed or more trendy and more “touristy” “activity proned” hotels. but if you enjoy the unusual than this one makes you happier.
a few practical things:
be sure to use the coordinates to get there, since not all navigators seem to know the road.
to the airport in the morning hours it takes about 20 minutes, during rush hour double it
breakfast is served in the open pavilion and it might get fresh in the cooler season.
3 rooms (the less expensive ones) are a bit detached from the rest close to the entry gate, but still ok.
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