Less than one hour from Marrakech, Sir Richard Branson’s Kasbah Tamadot lies in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains and has truly spectacular views of the snow-capped peaks.
A stunning ancient fort steeped in history, it has been transformed into an ultra luxurious boutique hotel while retaining all of the charm and character of the original structure.
Deluxe package proposal by Kasbah Tamadot
Free night offer: clients can enjoy one free night, when staying 4 nights or more at Kasbah Tamadot Kids go free: families can save EUR100 per night when a child stays with their parent’s in a Superior or Deluxe Suite. Children under six years old also dine free of charge throughout their stay. Valid until 31st August and from 16th October -1st November 2009.
A fairytale complex
This Kasbah is a fairytale complex of courtyards, intricately carved walls, staircases and terraced gardens. From reception an original staircase leads up to a traditional Moroccan painted courtyard that surrounds a deep blue reflecting pool on the first floor. Opening from here are a series of bedrooms, a library and Kanoun restaurant.
Luxury Berber Tented Suites
The rooms and suites marry traditional Moroccan design with a sophisticated contemporary twist. Each is individually designed and filled with an eclectic mix of antiques, collected from around the world. Carved wooden ceilings and atmospheric tiled bathrooms compliment magnificent panoramas of the surrounding mountainous landscapes.
Those who long for total privacy will love the master suite which has three fabulous bedrooms, one with a private plunge pool and is a mini version of the Kasbah which sits majestically on a promontory a short distance from the main hotel.
For a truly romantic experience the luxury Berber Tented Suites, offer panoramic views over the valley and mountains. Each suite’s terrace comes complete with a plunge pool and a sunbathing and dining area.
For indulgence and relaxation, the Asounfou Spa offers a wide range of relaxation treatments as well as a sauna, a traditional hammam and a dramatic dark blue tiled indoor pool. For those whose idea of bliss is somewhat more active, there is a gym with the welcome distraction of fantastic mountain views.
The terrace, surrounded by Greek columns, leads to the pool bar, the outdoor infinity pool with unbelievable views and a path which leads to tennis courts.
With scenic expeditions to Berber villages, local markets and mule riding adventures, there is as much or as little to do at this wonderful hotel as one could possibly wish for.