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Guest House hotel, after having built in 2013 offers the best accommodation option in Imilchil region by offering all kinds of rooms you may desire: singles, doubles, triples, and suits dedicated for families. Each room has a private bathroom and paved with traditional furniture, our rooms are also spacious enough for a better stay with us in Imilchil .
Our hotel also has a restaurant to taste and savour our local special meals; furthermore, thanks to our hotel’s ideal location, our visitors can enjoy their tasty meals on the terrace with panoramic view of adobe houses and Imilchil mountains that our hotel is surrounded by .
If you are willing to spend a stay in Imilchil to discover its nature, make hikes in the area, excursions to visit the lakes (ISLI) and (TISLIT), and the other villages of Imilchil area, or just passing by intending to relax. Maison d’hote hotel in Imilchil is an ideal option, fully equipped to satisfy and make you enjoy the peaceful stay in our area.
Maison d’hote offers a good combination of quality and price thanks to the long experience of our employees in the field of tourism. Do not hesitate to contact us for further details and reservation availability .

Guests Favorite Rooms

Twins (cascade)
€ 30a night

Twins (cascade)

  • Incl. breakfast
  • Private balcony
  • Sea view
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Incl. breakfast
  • Bathroom
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Triples (dream)
€ 30a night

Triples (dream)

  • Incl. breakfast
  • Private balcony
  • Sea view
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Incl. breakfast
  • Bathroom
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Single Room (izli)
€ 30a night

Singles (izli)

  • Incl. breakfast
  • Private balcony
  • Sea view
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Incl. breakfast
  • Bathroom
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Beverages included

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24 Hour Restaurant

Spa Included!

Maison D'Hote Moussem des fiancailes

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Marriage Festival

The town of Imilchil represents a symbol of Berber culture, known for its festival, officially known as Betrothal Festival – the Souk Aamor Agdoud N’Oulmghenni. The legend goes that two young people from different tribes fell in love, but were forbidden to see each other by their families. The grief led them to cry themselves to death, creating the neighbouring lakes of Isli (his) and Tislit (hers) near Imilchil. The families decided to establish a day on the anniversary of the lovers’ death – when members of local tribes could marry each other. Thus the Imilchil Marriage Festival was born.

In reality, the region is a large scattering of tiny villages, and when young person needs to find a partner, they can’t simply go and look for one, due to the conservative social norms. Thus, the festival allows for fathers to show their daughters and find husbands for them. When a woman accepts a man’s proposal to marry, she says “You have captured my liver”. (Tq massa n uchemt) Up to 40 couples take their vows on the same day. The festival is rich with music, dancing, feasts, and colorful clothing. The celebrations attracts many tourists to the area, and though contributing to local economy, there are fears that the rituals can be affected by the foreigners.

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