We stayed here for 2 nights last week. We arranged a transfer from the airport which was incredibly well organised with a guy waiting for us at the airport and then a mule and guides waiting for us in the village for the final walk up to the lodge! The management were very friendly when we arrived and the room was lovely.
We went walking for a day with a guide and cook, we did a rather ambitious 7 hour trek which was pretty challenging. But the scenery was great and having a table and chairs set up in the middle of nowhere and a cook to make us a massive picnic lunch, it was perfect! We had another day just chilling out there on the terraces. Food was excellent, no choice in what you had but we had a variety of nice food. I don't think it was expensive, it cost us £80 for a guided trek including our picnic lunch and it was quite cool just having us 2 and the guide.
I would definitely come again and would like to trek out to the lodge too.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- In the heart of Toubkal National Park, in true Berber country, there exists a sublime haven of peace, nestling in the imposing mountain scenery. Located in a stunning natural environment, Kasbah du Toubkal is truly unique. Formerly the summer house of a feudal caïd (local baron), it has been restored using traditional Berber techniques by the inhabitants of the surrounding villages as is now Morocco's premier mountain retreat. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Kasbah Du Toubkal Imlil
- Kasbah Du Toubkal Hotel Imlil