Morocco
Boutique Deluxe

Kasbah Du Toubkal

Kasbah du Toubkal sits at the feet of Jbel Toubkal, the tallest mountain in North Africa. Along with the hotel’s majestic backdrop and the scenic view of the Imil Valley spread out below you, the hotel is renowned for its traditional, warm Berber hospitality. Approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes from Marrakech Airport


The Kasbah du Toubkal looks out over three major valleys carved from majestic rocky mountains rising to over 4,000 metres. Near the foot of the highest peak in North Africa, it's only 40 miles from Marrakech, but the peace and quiet and seclusion are so complete the city seems a million miles away.

The Kasbah offers a vast range of accommodation options, from simple Berber Salons (split-level dorms for 3-12) to private guestrooms with hot showers and spectacular little balconies. In between the two, price-wise, are the rooms at Dar Imlil, a convenient and comfy guesthouse down in Imlil village.

Standard Room
These simple and comfortable standard rooms have been fully refurbished in genuine Berber style and offer an authentic, homely feel.
They offer eco-friendly and cozy accommodation ideal for all your short and long breaks in the High Atlas Massif.

Superior Room
Offering more space and world class amenities, these comfortable rooms have been fully refurbished in genuine Berber style and offer an authentic, homely feel.


They offer eco-friendly and cozy accommodation ideal for all your short and long breaks in the High Atlas Massif.

Deluxe Room
Enjoy comfortable accommodation and fantastic mountain views with these spacious Deluxe room, and an authentic decor with locally crafted furnishing.

They offer eco-friendly and cozy accommodation ideal for all your short and long breaks in the High Atlas Massif.

Junior Suite
Our welcoming Junior Suite is located on two floors. On the top floor is a private lounge and a small study area with a balcony.
The bedroom is on the lower floor with a spacious en suite fossil marble bathroom with bathtub and shower.

Apartment
Enjoy plenty of privacy and all modern comfort with our spacious garden apartment which sleeps 2 adults.
It comes beautifully appointed with fully fitted kitchen and bedroom with fossil marble en suite bathroom with twin wash bassins and a bide.

  • Vegetarian menu
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch by arrangement
  • Dinner by arrangement
  • Communal dining
  • Children meals
  • Coffee tea making
  • Walk to restaurants
  • Day hikes include walks to the villages and walnut groves of Targa Imoula and Mzig (both about an hour away), or the 2,200m col of Tizi 'n Tamatert southeast of the Kasbah, offering stunning views into 2 valleys (4 hours). The footpaths are well made, though the terrain is mostly stony

  • Overnight treks will need to be prebooked and the rates includes guide, mule porterage, overnight accommodation, meals and drinks. You’ll be supported by local guides and mules to carry your luggage, staying in Berber homes, mountain huts (Toubkal ascent) or in the Kasbah's very comfy trekking lodge in the Azzaden valley. Choose from the Flexible 6-day trekking package or the 2-day ascent of Toubkal

  • Camel excursions are available around the villages of Amizmiz and Tahanout, about 1 hour's drive away. You can go for a day excursion, or spend a night in a Berber village or under canvas, before returning to the kasbah or to Marrakech

  • Mountain-ski tours are offered from January to March, snowfall permitting. Book these in advance, using the ‘special requests’ space on our reservation form
  • Kids activities nearby
  • Cycling
  • Hiking
  • Private guided tours
  • Skiing
  • Traditional cultures
  • Trekking
  • Wildlife
  • In the Kasbah's cosy dining room, take your place at a low candle-lit table for those Berber rituals which make dining a pleasure. It's great fun (and it's tasty), but don’t expect haute cuisine. First off, rose water is poured from an elegant silver kettle onto your hands and rinsed into an equally ornate bowl. Next, round breads arrive in a vast pyramidal basket, followed by a simple flour-based harira soup eaten with a wooden spoon. The main course is usually a tagine or couscous served on a central dish - less spicy than elsewhere, perhaps to cater for western palates. After a simple dessert, the rituals close with mint tea poured from a particularly impressive height, said to settle your stomach before bed. If you’re staying for more than few nights, the menu may begin to tire, and vegetarians have limited options.

    Breakfast, available early for keen hikers, is an array of local breads, dried fruit, jam, eggs and nuts. In good weather, breakfast and lunch are served outside on the stunning roof terraces - though by dinner time it's usually too chilly up at this altitude.

 There's also a smaller dining room and a pretty terrace at Dar Imlil, as well as a few eateries in the town.

    Out of respect for Muslim traditions, the Kasbah is not licensed for alcoholic drinks so, if you fancy a tipple after your exertions, you are welcome to bring some wine or beer with you from Marrakech.