Kasbah Tamadot

    Behind its ornate gate, Kasbah Tamadot is a 19th-century pastiche of rose gardens, splashing fountains, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, rooftop terraces, and hidden, curtained alcoves. The ceilings of its 18 guest rooms are decorated in North Africa’s hypnotic style of geometric patterns, the floors thickly strewn with carpets, and the spaces in between furnished with antiques from India, Africa, China, and Italy. Accommodations The 18 individually decorated guest rooms include five deluxe suites and a three-bedroom Master Suite, which is a miniature replica of Kasbah Tamadot. Recreation Touring 1,000-year-old Berber villages, donkey riding, hiking, and hot-air ballooning in the High Atlas Mountains. Dining Traditional Moroccan food served indoors or out at the restaurant, or privately in a Berber tent. Worthy Diversion Have one of the resort’s drivers take you to Djemaa el Fna, Marrakech’s famous square. Rates From $400 (low season) to $485 (high season) for a standard room, $700 to $930 for a deluxe suite, and $1,800 to $1,930 for the three-bedroom Master Suite.

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