Accommodation to suit all needs from rooms and suites for both couples and families with stunning panoramic views
Kasbah Angour is a boutique hotel and restaurant set in a hill top Berber castle in the foothills of the High Atlas Mountains. Built from red sandstone and other traditional materials, the Kasbah has stunning panoramic views.
To the south and east are the peaks of the highest mountains in Morocco including Angour, Oukaimeden and the Toubkal Massif, and then to the north and west is the river Sidi Fares valley, with its olive groves and the village built from compacted earth.
The Kasbah has a restaurant with stunning views, a vaulted cafe-bar with exposed stone walls and a Moroccan lounge. There are three types of accommodation; superior bedrooms, junior suites and a master suite. All the bedrooms and suites have under-floor heating, air conditioning, telephone and 3G internet access. In addition the suites have bars with fridge and sink.
The magnificent swimming pool and sun deck is set in the southern gardens and benefits from views to the summit of the mountains. Additionally Kasbah Angour has 10 acres of gardens to enjoy and there are many different areas to explore.
As a boutique hotel with just 19 bedrooms, 6 junior suites and one master suite the hotel aims to help guests discover the beauty and tranquility of the mountains and to experience the gentle culture of the Berber people. The Kasbah’s traditional buildings complement the amazing location and the gardens have retained many of the mountain plants. All the staff are from the local villages. The Kasbah also has eco credentials including the use of solar panels, a recycling policy, the planting of trees and the cultivation of their own fruit and vegetables.
Kasbah Angour is only 35 minutes drive from the airport and Medina, so is therefore the perfect place to retreat to and relax after experiencing the energy and pace of Marrakech. It is the perfect location for those wanting to relax and absorb the beauty, tranquility and unspoilt lifestyle of the High Atlas Mountains.