Kasbak Mohaut is a small earth hotel built right on the edge of the spectacular sand dunes of Merzouga.
Rooms are simple, rustic and comfortable, without claiming to be luxurious in any way!
The hotel is charming in its simple architecture and offers a very friendly and cosy main courtyard, a lovely swimming pool to relax beside and considering where it is located, the food is very good and tasty.
Sunrise and sunset at the dunes is worth getting up early for and you can also choose to spend a night in the camp on the dunes which is run by the hotel.
Free wi-fi connection, laundry service (on request).
From Mark Sloneker who stayed here in December 2013
Kasbah Mohayut in Merzouga was fine. The food (they had some different tajine combos and homemade jams), people (Idil-who always seemed to be there), and location of the hotel really made it for us.
From Mary C-C who stayed here in October 2013
Kasbah Mohayut was simple as you had described, which of course didn't matter as the room was just a parking spot for my bags. The camp was also simple but all the better for it. One night was plenty.
From Marianne P who stayed here in May 2013
We were less impressed with the hotel at Merzouga which was not quite as special (although we realise there may not be so much choice there). They did not speak much English which was difficult for us. For example we did not really understand what our different options were for seeing the dunes to their best advantage.
From Rosie S who stayed here in March 2013
Lovely staff and actually nice meals (Although again, no vegetarian main, but they accommodated with a special meal - as they did at the desert camp.) The guide who took us out to the camp was very helpful and informative.
From Robert & Sheena A who stayed here in October 2012
The guesthouse/hotel here had the best atmosphere, was most welcoming, was the least stressful and most relaxing of all our
accommodation. And the Sahara was amazing - although it must be fairly unusual to sit on a dune looking over endless sand in the pouring rain.