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Authetic Ecolodges
Authetic Ecolodges
This chai-table book brings together a rich compendium of some of the world’s best ‘Authentic Ecolodges’ including the Kasbah du Toubkal
Hitesh Mehta, Authetic Ecolodges
Cadogan Guides
Cadogan Guides
“It is worth flying out to Morocco for just one night in this remarkable hotel, a role model for how tourism can help, not hinder…”
Barnaby Rogerson, Cadogan Guides
The Ethical Travel Guide
The Ethical Travel Guide
“Located  in the Toubkal national Park it was transformed by traditional methods from the home of a feudal Caid into an ‘unprecedented haven’…”
The Ethical Travel Guide
The Mountains Look on Marrakech
The Mountains Look on Marrakech
“After an initial visit of three months to the Atlas Mountains in 1965, well-known travel writer, climber and photographer Hamish Brown has been back every year since, and this book is something of a love story about one man’s lifelong devotion to the Atlas Mountains and the Berber Highlanders.”
The Mountains Look on Marrakech
Time Out Guide “Marrakech and the Best of Morocco”
Time Out  Guide “Marrakech and the Best of Morocco&
“The best place to stay - indeed one of the reasons to head in this direction is the Kasbah du Toubkal. The Kasbah…ticks all the boxes - respect for local traditions, low carbon footprint, benefits for the community, tourism as a dialogue between cultures.”
Time Out Guide “Marrakech and the Best of Morocco” page 198
Exotic Retreats: Eco Resort Design from Barefoot Sophistication to Luxury Pad
Exotic Retreats: Eco Resort Design from Barefoot Sophistication to Luxury Pad
“Although only 40 miles from Marrakech, the Kasbah du Toubkal mountain retreat could hardly have a more out-there, imposing location…a secluded, luxurious getaway for responsible tourists…”
Exotic Retreats: Eco Resort Design from Barefoot Sophistication to Luxury Pad
A Hedonists guide to Marrakech
A Hedonists guide to Marrakech
“The Kasbah du Toubkal is without doubt the premier accommodation spot, not just in Imlil but in the whole of the High Atlas region as well.”.
A Hedonists guide to Marrakech
Alastair Sawday’s Special Places to Stay
Alastair Sawday’s Special Places to Stay
“Below North Africa’s highest peak the valleys soars away on wings of fertile terraces and red villages. This exceptional mountain retreat is a Berber-European union born of the desire to share Jbel Toubkal’s splendours with like-minded visitors…”
Alastair Sawday’s Special Places to Stay
Alastair Sawday’s Green Places to Stay
Alastair Sawday’s Green Places to Stay
“Hospitality is a Berber talent: big open smiles, intelligent local knowledge, deep respect for people and animals, and wonderful tagine! Enjoy fascinating glimses of their culture while walking and mule-trekking; and soothe aching limbs in the hammam. Only 90 minutes from Marrakech, it’s another world.”
Alastair Sawday’s Green Places to Stay
Lonely Planet - Best of Marrakesh
Lonely Planet - Best of Marrakesh
“Climbing into bed takes on a whole new meaning at Kasbah Toubkal, a spectacular mud-brick castle mountain retreat that's a 15 minutes hike (or mule ride) uphill from Imlil. You can go just for lunch on the terrace and enjoy some face time with snow-capped mountains.”
Lonely Planet - Best of Marrakesh

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