Situated at the foot of Jbel Toubkal — the highest peak in North Africa 60km from Marrakech, Morocco — Kasbah Du Toubkal is a quiet mountain retreat in a majestic setting. This hilltop Kasbah has been transformed using traditional methods, from the home of a Feudal Caid into an unprecedented haven for those seeking comfortable mountain refuge.
During one of his famous ballooning expeditions in 1998, British entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson discovered this breathtaking property located in the Atlas Mountains one hour’s drive from Marrakech, Morocco. He subsequently bought the property and turned it into a luxury retreat. The rooms and tented suites at Kasbah Tamadot are individually decorated using traditional Moroccan furnishings and antiques.
This 18th century house in Marrakech, Morocco belonging to Caitlin and Samuel Dowe-Sandes is a blend of contemporary interior design with traditional Morrocan elements. The old-fashioned cement tiles in the courtyard were preserved with its black-and-white motifs. Whimsical elements throughout add drama and style to the heavenly interior decor.