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La Résidence de la Roseraie

At a Glance

    Pros

  • rooms hidden in private natural parkland
  • kids under 6 stay free

    Cons

  • quite costly for faded splendor

La Résidence de la Roseraie Review

The Grande Dame of this part of the Atlas, La Roseraie is plush but slightly fading. Built some 35 years ago, over glorious grounds of 60 acres (25 hectares), it was the creation of one of the earliest pioneers of Morocco's hospitality industry. Today, it remains nesting in delightful gardens, with centires-old olive trees, not to mention orchards and magnificent roses. This said, it is not a highly glamorous place to stay: some parts could do with a lick of paint, and certain facilities cost extra, so ask for prices before booking that facial. Guests most at home here will be nature-lovers looking to revitalize. Roseraie's criss-cross paths end in views of the Toubkal range and of the famous Aoudad sheep calmly grazing below. The hammam, fitness room, tennis courts, and three pools (one indoor) are a welcome luxury, as is the chance to watch the sunset behind the peaks from the open-air Jacuzzi.

    Contact Information

  • Address: Rte. de Taroudant, Km 60, Ouirgane
  • Phone: 0524/48–56–94; 0524/43–91–28
  • Website:
  • Location: Ouirgane

    Hotel Details

  • 21 rooms, 21 suites.
  • Rate includes some meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 05-13-2011

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