The Kasbah Hotel Xaluca is an excellent kasbah-style hotel built in traditional style. The hotel is packed full of Moroccan pottery, traditional lamps and authentic artifacts. It's located a few kilometres north of Erfoud and is an ideal stopping off point if travelling down from Fez in one day.
The rooms are good quality and there is a large swimming pool and sun terrace which are very welcoming in the parched landscape of southern Morocco. The food is also good and plentiful.
154 spacious Standard Rooms are decorated in warm colours and can sleep 2, 3 or 4 people. All rooms are en suite with air conditioning, satellite TV, telephone, wifi connection, and a minibar.
The 21 Junior and Senior suites are more spacious than the standard rooms. The suites include a living room, king size bed, bathroom, air conditioning, satellite TV, telephone, wifi connection, and a minibar.
The 9 Suites Royal are luxurious & decorated with traditional local ornaments. They offer spacious living rooms and large terraces with views of the dunes. All have a king size bed, a complete bathroom with a Jacuzzi, lounge, air conditioning, satellite TV, telephone and a minibar. These rooms also have an advanced hi-fi system and wifi connection.
8 Bungalows have an independent entrance, these luxury apartments have a kitchen, fridge, living room with a plasma TV, wifi connection, two suites each with a complete bathroom and Jacuzzi, a courtyard and a terrace. Guests staying in the bungalows can also enjoy all the services offered in the hotel.
Kasbah Hotel Xaluca has four dining rooms: International and Moroccan as well as a full buffet next to the swimming pool.
The outdoor swimming pool has a bar, terrace and sun loungers, there is also a heated indoor pool with Jacuzzi. The Spa & Hammam area has ten massage rooms, Vichy showers, a sauna, an ice machine, a lounge, and a hairdressing salon.
The hotel sports area has an indoor football court, tennis court, fitness room, ping pong, mini-golf, and bocce.
In the hotel shop you'll find a wide variety of articles and handmade products from Morocco: old silver crafts, necklaces, corals, antiques, and fossils.