The Kasbah du Toubkal was conceived more as a Berber hospitality center than a hotel. It was designed to be eco-friendly and sustainable; 5% of all profits go directly to local villages making education a reality for the young people who live there.
Originally the summer home of a local tribal chief, you will wonder if any modernization has been done as you enter this beautifully restored traditional building.
Set high in the Atlas Mountains, the views are to die for, and every veranda calls you with its sun-dappled tables laid with the finest Moroccan cuisine. Your room is packed with rustic charm, and everything is handcrafted by local artisans.