Located at the doors of the Sahara, in Bou-Saada, the Place of Happiness, Kerdada hotel was inaugurated in 1913 under the name 'Little Sahara' by Victor Bailly, descendant of the family of Jean Sylvain Bailly (1736-1793), one of the most famous astronomers of the seventeenth century and also a major French politician.
In 1970, it was taken over by the hotel chain 'Transat' and renamed. Moorish art de vivre and splendor come together in this hotel in Bou-Saada.
This sumptuous palace is erected in the middle of a lush botanical garden with fountains that serve as a backdrop to the majestic swimming pool.
Marble columns, carved ceilings, oriental rugs and zelliges with purple tones define the atmosphere of this beautiful hotel.
The delicate balance of the fragrance of the flowers of the botanical garden and green mint tea welcomes guests upon arrival.
Calm and refinement reign in this hotel in downtown Bou-Saada.
Bou-Saada is located in the southwest of the Hodna region in the the High Plateaus (or Hauts Plateaux), at the foot of the Ouled Naïl mountains of the Saharan Atlas.
It is 250 km distant from the capital of Algiers through the Gorges of Lakhdaria and 237 km through the mountains of Tablat.