A step into another world. A world that is not dependent on electricity, air conditioning, or room service but instead on preserving the natural beauty of the surrounding area.
Adrère Amellal provides a breathtaking view of the salt lake or of the surrounding oasis every where you look. Doors and furniture are made from olivewood and at night, the only source of light are the numerous beeswax candles, lanterns and the desert sky.
From “The Travel Mag”,
by Lena Aloumari
The building is all done with local materials: with kershef – a traditional mixture of sun-dried rock salt, clay and straw – for the walls, with sandstone for the bathrooms, palm trunks and fronds for chairs and hand-woven fabrics for coverings. Everything is minimalist and harmonious
From “Swiss Universe” by Susanne Von Meiss
A labyrinthine fortress-village, a miracle of harmonious balance between nature, spontaneous architecture and local traditions.
“From Panorama by Vivia Benini”
A shelter of sand and salt modeled in the earth like a mineral labyrinth to better get lost between the celestial vault and the waves of the dunes.
From Marie Claire by Jean-Pascal Billaud
Adrère Amellal is committed to using authentic ingredients. All the fruit and vegetables come from its own gardens, with loving care and no pesticides, meat and poultry from local farmers and all the bread and cakes are home-baked
Depending on prevailing wind and mood, dinner here is served in a different section of the house, patio or grotto room every evening