About Kasbah Tatfi
The Hotel Tatfi is in a stunning location near to the Atlas Mountains (in Greek mythology Atlas was the eldest son of Poseidon and first King of Atlantis from where the ocean took its name.) The location of the hotel, surrounded by mountains, and sitting amongst flowers and fruit trees refreshes the soul.
Close to the Toubkal National Park, the highest summit in North Africa at 4165m, the Hotel Tatfi is at the centre of an eco system with diverse plant and animal life, which will delight all amateur ecologists. The Hotel Tatfi is an organic farm which has great respect for the surrounding area as well as for the well-being of its guests. Located 59km from Marrakech at the village of Marigha (imarighan in Berber means salts) it is a magnificent place.
This hotel is available as part of any tailor made holiday with Rediscover the World.
Accommodation: There are spacious rooms and suites; all rooms are air-conditioned and feature free wifi access, fireplace, seating area and wardrobe. They are complete with an en suite bathroom.
Facilities: Berber cuisine with food from the Tatfi's own organic garden; beautiful landscaped gardens, swimming pools and sun terraces. A Moroccan breakfast is available daily and can be served on the terrace, which offers panoramic views of the Atlas Mountain Range. Guests can also sample traditional cuisine in the hotel’s restaurant; free parking is possible on site.
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"I just wanted to let you know that we had a great trip and to thank you again for all of your help. All of the places we stayed at were very nice and so were the guides and the transfer drivers. We especially loved the Tatfi hotel near Ouirgane where we had a nice fireplace inside our room. It was very nice not to have to worry about all of the transfers and booking tours. Happy New Year!"
M Major, UK, January 2014
"I just wanted to write to let you know that we had an enchanting holiday in Morocco, we are so glad we chose your company as the whole experience, form beginning to end was incredibly easy. We loved every Riad, every new experience. It was our first time in Morocco but we are all in love with the place in very different ways. I particularly loved the Atlas mountains and Jama's amazing hospitality at Tatfi, the freshly grown food and her superb cooking. My eldest daughter loved Ksar Anika, the way we were looked after, the beautiful surroundings, the pool and the opulence. My youngest fell in love with Essaouria and although there is a mustiness to the Riad Mimouna it is such an astounding place, we were given two sea-view rooms and fell asleep to the sound of the waves crashing on the ancient sea wall. We will go back so you will hear from us again. Once again thank you so much."
S Hare, UK, September 2014
"We had a FAB time and really enjoyed ourselves. The service at the Kasbah Tatfi was charming but utterly chaotic. Luckily the wonderful setting made up for the lot."
T Stileman, UK, September 2014
"We really enjoyed our trip to Morocco, the connections, accommodation and guides were all meeting or exceeding our expectations. All connections and bookings went as planned or otherwise advised on the trip. In particular we must give praise to our guide from Imlil in the High Atlas Mountains- Mohamed (?) would have to be one of the best in the business, a genuine man with a lovely family, great companion and excellent skills. His awareness of the surrounding conditions and our abilities ensured that we were always safe but also able to enjoy the experiences. On our first meeting it was the feast of Eid, which meant that original plans needed to be adjusted. Mohamed arranged for his brother to collect us and take us to his mothers house for a share of the traditional feast of lamb, a remarkable day for us. We will in future and have already recommended your group to others. Thank you from both of us."
R & T Kenyon, Australia, January, 2015
"The Kasbah in the Atlas mountains was lovely in a different way. The bathroom might appear too simple for some guests, but the room was very spacious and we enjoyed the private patio, the scenery in general and all the rosemary bushes and apple trees. The animals on site were a novelty and the pool was relaxing and had a great view. Great food again-although breakfast a little limited again-just perhaps we're not used to it I think. The staff treated us well, particularly at mealtimes."
Z Berndes, UK, Sept 2015
"Overall we thoroughly enjoyed it. The scenery in both the desert & the mountains is spectacular as you know. I think all the accommodation was either good or great particularly given the environment in which it was situated (maybe the first Guest House we stayed in could be improved a bit). I probably won’t rush to ride a camel again – fun but tricky to walk immediately afterwards. Our mountain guide (Mohammed) was brilliant as were the Muleteers (Mustapha & Hammed). Couldn’t praise them highly enough. Our desert guide (Rashid) was great for the first 2 days but then something seemed to switch on the last day and he was quite distant and unconcerned - an example would be that he asked that we get up and have breakfast on the final desert day at 06:00 (which we duly did) whereas he and his colleague actually served breakfast at 06:50 (their alarm didn’t go off until 06:20 as I heard it!). No big deal really but when we mentioned that we had been ready at 06:00 he simply laughed. Also in 50C heat it helps to have AirCon that works and is switched on – he didn’t like it but I think he needs to deal with this. All the other Complete Tours staff were great."
D Facer, UK, August, 2015
"I booked this Morocco Holiday for a group of 10 very picky travellers. We were extremely happy with all the arrangements, accommodations and guides. A special thanks to both Andy and Dawn for being very thorough and arranging such an excellent trip."
T Beddingfield, USA, October 2016