Hotels and alternatives
Atlas (t. 044 887745)
Baba (t. 044 882532)
Bab Sahara (t. 044 884722)
al-Waha (t. 044 886666)
Royal (t. 044882258 )
Amlal (t. 044 884030)
Auberge de la Rose Noir Inside the kasbah. (t. 044 886067)
de la Gazelle (t. 044 882151)
Saghro (t. 044 854135)
de la Vallee (t. 044 854034)
Zahir (t. 044 885740)
Draa (t. 044 854761)
Oscar Salam (t. 044 882166)
la Perle du Sud (t. 044 888640)
Dar Daif (t. 044 854232)
Dar Kamar (t. 044 888733)
Karam Palace (t. 044 882225)
Kenzi Anghor (t. 044 886501)
Riad Salam (t. 044 883335)
Le Meridien Berbere Palace (t. 044 883105)
Ouarzazate has plenty of hotels, covering all price ranges. And even better, this must be the one place in Morocco where booking ahead is completely unnecessary. There is an disproportionate number of top-end hotels here, but while these never are full, they seldom cut their prices.
During the winter season, remember to ask for extra blankets, as temperatures fall quickly after sunset.
Restaurants and alternatives
Outside the hotels, Ouarzazate offers little in terms of restaurants, and what there is is quite uninspired. For anyone who have already discovered how great Moroccan fast food can be, look out for food stalls in the town market.
Ouarzazate has a public swimming pool which summer tourists will have good use from. In Ouarzazate you can also hire bikes, such as mountain bikes.
If there are enough tourists in Ouarzazate some of the better hotels can offer some night life. If there are too few, all that is offered are drinks in the bar.
All necessary banks, most better hotels change money too.
Excellent connections with every possible destination with either bus or taxi. Ouarzazate has also an airport, which has flights (2-3 per week) for Agadir, Casablanca, Marrakech as well as Paris in France.