Well located in Imlil for accessing the shops and walks. Nicely tucked away in the corner by the river and the hotel layout means some rooms have beautiful views if you choose them. The super deluxe rooms have 2 balconies which over look the pool one side and view if Toubkal (the highest Peak and main focus point for most people visiting Imlil). The secluded path up to the hotel entrance is shaded and tranquil and you feel you are back in your Riad from the moment you enter the steps. The staff are great, everyone will treat you with respect and hospitality. People go on courses in the UK on hospitality yet the staff at Dar Imlil must have passed every hospitality course. All food is prepared fresh and very nice. Breakfast included and dinner can be booked for any evening. The times for meals in the room guide are just that a guide. The staff at Dar Imlil will prepare your meal for anytime you ask.as long as you give them enough notice time to cook the food. Remember the best Tagine can not be cooked in 20 minutes.
Dar Imlil is a lovely beautiful retreat made by the Riad design, layout, decor and staff in the beber style. The hotel has its own Haman that the staff will fire up for you at your request. Privacy and never feel like the staff are hanging over you. Enough staff presence to be on hand and discrete enough to make you feel like you are home. The roof has a big open flat terrace that is easily accessible by the stairs. We used for getting our orientation after our first walk booked with a guide via the hotel. Dar Imlil supplied us with a very good guide who spoke English and was friendly and thoughtful. Kept us safe and adapted to our needs. The pool is mountain fresh water which is on the cool side and can be refreshing to cool down but difficult to stay and swim in it. It is nice to plunge pool it after 30 minutes in the direct sunlight. Plus low chlorine level makes it nicer on the skin and eyes. Fresh moving water from the mountains is going to be cool. But not as much as the natural water features in the area that people visiting Imlil take in while staying or visiting Imlil (the water fall or Sidi Chamorouch)
My wife and I enjoyed our stay at Dar Imlil and I could say more positive comments here. but I have covered the main points. Worthy to note there are stairs leading up to the front door and we thought if one was visiting Imlil in the Atlas mountains you would be there walking up and down much more arduous steps but a review further down did comment about them. There is a rear entrance with less steps if that helps. Big thank you to everyone at Dar Imlil. I could list names but thank you for making our trip a good relaxing holiday. Good food and good room cleaning services.