Hotel Kasbah du Toubkal in Imlil - clients
This was lovely. The situation is superb and the staff were very helpful and charming. They upgraded our room and gave us a free lunch! The hamman was also free and there were lots of goodies in the room. A.N in March 2010
The Berbers are such welcoming, wonderful people. They go to great lengths to make their guests happy. The deluxe double was not what we expected, but they tried very hard to give us an alternative. They do have other large suites(Berber Suite) that are better for families. You shouldn't be worried to offer the two standard rooms opposite each other. It's not that they are two internal rooms seperated by a corridor so much as two turret rooms on the roof of the building with a small passage way between which are charming. Amazing views from the top"tower" and according to my husband great for watching the sunrise!The wonderful cook Omar is also a fantastic local guide and he took us out for the morning. My daughter made friends with the local children! and one of the local mules carried her on the mountain when the trekking got too much. A truly magical place amongst some of the most charming people on this planet. S.W. in October 2009
Another magical lodging. We had Chris, one of the owners, from Surrey to entertain us with his stories about this Kasbah. Food was delicious, and they're quick to make shift for my vegetarian diet. Hammans was okay, if you're used to well facilitated gyms in HK. The 7 hour trekking was great, except I felt I was in 'Amazing Race' against 2 very fit guide/guy. K.L in August 2009
Wonderful: definitely the best part of our stay in Morocco. The staff and our guide were all so kind and friendly. They were a little vague about our route for trekking at the Kasbah and at some point said we could alternatively go up Mt Toubkal which sounded rather exciting so in the end we made a slight change to the original plan. Having spent the first night camping at base camp we then set off up Mt Toubkal. Sadly our younger daughter was affected by the altitude but the older one and I had a great time getting to the top which for her was a great achievement as she has suffered from vertigo in the past. We camped that night on our way back down at the Shrine which was really fun. The food was amazing and the cook, helpers and our wonderful guide looked after us so well. We returned to an even better room at the Kasbah and more excellent food. C.J in July 2009
A brilliant first hotel. We arrived in the dark during a thunderstorm - fortunately it had stopped raining. We loved the walk up to the hotel with the mules following us with the suitcases. Really felt we were in Morocco with all the Berber hospitality and traditions. It is such an amazing setting and we had some wonderful walks. C.S. in june 2009
The Atlas mountains are very impressive and the hotel a delight. Given itslocation and remoteness the hotel is very good but not cheap. No phone coverage no television, the world could have ended and things would have carried on just as I expect they have for hundreds of years. Shame I did not have the energy to climb the mountain!. The Berber people are very genuine. D.E. in May 2009
I would thoroughly recommend the Kasbah du toukbal. It is not a hotel although the rooms are good. The people are friendly and helpful. The trek was a big highlight although perhaps 5 hours of trekking did test our 'moderate' fitness. The lunch we had by a remote mountain stream in the midst of a typical Berber families daily life - children minding goats, granny pulling a cow, mum washing carpets, complete with table, chairs and a Berber rug is a memory that will live for a long time. Food there was ok. M.LA. in November 2008
What a way to finish this already fantastic trip. The location for the kasbah is outstanding and it was great to have a room with a balcony - with a view down the valley. Staff very friendly here and food simple, but tasty. Another highlight of the holiday here was the hundreds of alpine choughs which fly around the the valley (and the kasbah) early afternoon. As keen birdwatchers, it was an incredible sight for us. P.N. in July 2008
We loved our camel treck and the Berber village. It was our best day, sunny, good guide and wonderful people in the village. We also enjoyed the mule trek and the hammam at the Kasbah. Our lunch there was the best meal of our trip. S.B. in March 2008
Absolutely loved this place! Everything was more (and better than expected). The building is fabulous, the staff wonderfully friendly and helpful, the views staggering, the cats and kittens delightful, the decor fitting, the food hearty. The trekking is magnificent! K.B. in December 2007
The Kasbah du Toubkal was everything we expected - and more. We got soaked and frozen out walking in the mountains one day and it was great to have a hot bath in our room and facilities to dry our clothes. Hot water bottles in our bed was a bonus we had not expected!! J.McD. in April 2007
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Meet the locals in the rustic Berber villages of the High Atlas Mountains amidst stunning scenery
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