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Kasbah Tamadot

A romantic retreat in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains

A "kasbah" is an Islamic citadel that often provided a royal family with refuge – and refuge is precisely what Sir Richard Branson's Kasbah Tamadot offers. Through the intricate gates in Morocco's Atlas Mountains guests step into vividly coloured chambers and lush courtyards hidden within fortified walls. It is just 45 minutes away from Marrakech, but the resort feels centuries away. The 28 guest rooms and suites are individually decorated with hand-carved woodwork, antique furniture and lighting by local artisanal talents, while ten exquisite Berber tents provide uniquely secluded comfort.


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