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Parc National de toubkal, 40000 Imlil, Morocco – Show map
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Grounds, Terrace, Sun Deck
Hiking, Spa, Massage, Turkish/Steam Bath
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Breakfast in the Room
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed) and charges may apply.
Room Service, Shuttle Service (surcharge), Airport Shuttle (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Express Check-in/Check-out, Concierge Service, Laundry
Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Air Conditioning
French, English, Arabic
1:00 PM - 12:00 AM
7:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 10 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a crib.
One older child or adult is charged EUR 25 per person per night in an extra bed.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed on request. No extra charges.
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Located in the village of Imlil, the Riad Atlas Toubkal features 2 terraces with views of the Atlas Mountains. You can relax in the hammam and free Wi-Fi access is provided in the public areas.
Score from 194 reviews Excellent
With a traditional architecture and décor, Auberge Chez Momo II offers a garden with an outdoor swimming pool and sun beds, a lounge with a TV and a terrace with a lake and mountains view.
Score from 75 reviews Very good
The Dar Tighoula is located in the Toubkal National Park, surrounded by the Atlas Mountains. It offers panoramic views and has a kitchen serving breakfasts, teas, tajines and Moroccan cuisine.
Score from 154 reviews Very good
Domaine Malika is in a large valley filled with olive and pine trees and surrounded by the Atlas Mountains. Each room and suite is unique and offers a view of the mountains and valley.
Score from 7 reviews Wonderful
the berber taxi: your luggage on a donkey to the lodge. The view is amazing. The meals very good. Friendly and helpful staff.
the wifi was only at the reception, but this was because it was very low season.
location Simplicity of hotel Beautiful dining room Staff
It was a little cold in the bedrooms in November
Attentive staff clean beautiful property absolutely stunning location. We arranged transport via the hotel from Marrakech no hassle , where met by mule for journey via walnut grove up to hotel. Enjoyed a day treking that hotel arranged with local guide good value for money. Traditional hamman wonderful basic but all you need. Most stunning place we have ever stayed. We had to leave on day of festival hotel arranged transport and to our surprise when we got up at half five they had made us breakfast as well as arranged someone to help us down the track. Felt so well looked after!
Having to leave ! But will be back!
Beautiful and clean hotel with stunning location, friendly and welcoming staff, great food.
Quite tricky to find, so make sure you are clear on the directions before you go.
Food was great, massive room with a nice big firm bed. Awesome place, the call to prayer at sunset was one of those spine tingling moments. Free range chicken.
It wasn't that I didn't like but you need to make people aware this is 300m above the village and if arriving by car you need to park at Tourist information/or further up the road and they will send a mule down to pick up your bags. It's an off road walk up to the place but worth it. They do not accept credit cards there, you need cash. Cheers
Excellent location for trekking Good information and helpfulness from staff Good breakfast
The amazing food and friendly staff,the location was ideal to disappear into quiet luxury after climbing Jebel Toubcal! We wish we had longer here but will be back next time we hit the mountains for sure! If only for the tagine and fresh breakfasts, we will be back!
Simple hospitality, helpful staff and great location (if you don't mind a 20 minute steep walk alongside the mule transporting your luggage).
Rooms slight on the cool side but the hotel was challenged by 4 inches of completely unexpected snow in late March!
The location was beautiful with stunning views.
It would have been helpful to know that there was quite a climb up to the hotel. 20/25 minutes on foot. It wouldn't have put us off, but we would have been prepared for it and able to enjoy it rather than not knowing how much further it was.
Beautiful setting, pleasant bedrooms with good facilities
More heating required in the winter months - we were freezing, both in our rooms and in the one very dark and dingy public room which was also the restaurant.
The access is difficult, however the staff will provide parking and a mule to carry your baggage. The view, the room, the decoration and the massage (+ hamman) were superb! I'd definitely go back.
We liked everything!
Big room, big bed, nice bath, robes provided, tea on arrival, prompt to sort out guidance for us when we called having arrived in the village, helpful kitchen staff, very quiet.
Front of house / management disinterested in showing us round or giving information and rarely to be found at the front desk. Freezing cold even in the dining room - they seem to run the place on half in "low season" even if they have guests. Dinner was OK but nothing special and not worth the premium rate we paid, likewise for the room overall really. I was quite surprised the hotel didn't give us more warning that thenplacenis off road, a 30 minute walk from the nearest road where you can park. A mule arrives to carry your luggage, but all the same it is worth being dressed to trek! We would stay again as a preference to the rather glum looking rooms on offer in the rest of the village, if we went back to climb Mt Toubkal in summer. Otherwise the area is really not that scenic and there is really no good reason to visit in winter.
We stayed here only two nights and seriously wished we had booked for a week. Nawal arranged our taxi from Marrakesh to Imlil and porter/donkey for the rest of the way (more pricey than if we had arranged it ourselves, but blissfully hassle-free). From Imlil it was a beautiful walk through the walnut tree woodlands in full autumn colours following a little leat for some of the way and then climbing up steps to the hotel perched on the hillside. We had a lovely warm welcome from Nawal and staff and some Moroccan whisky (mint tea) on the terrace soaking up the incredible mountain view. The hotel is of a traditional berber style with a rustic but stylish, unpretentious interior. We found everything soft on the eye and it had been sympathetically developed to blend with the mountain landscape. Our bedroom was so comfortable, large and airy with a stunning view, huge bed and bath and soothing colour scheme. In the evenings the whole place was atmospheric with lots of candles and dim, but warm lighting throughout. We were really pleased to find that this was a spa without pretensions, that was true to its roots and with an eye on sustainability. And it was so incredibly peaceful. It would seem that sadly some reviewers saw 'spa' in the name and let their expectations run away with them. The meals were absolutely delicious and that was the consensus from the other guests too. In fact it was some of the best food we had in Morocco; way better than many of the offerings in Marrakech. The meat tagines were flavoursome and hearty, and the vegetable tagine produced especially for me was tastier then equivalents in the capital. The breakfasts were fresh, hearty and healthy. We would go back tomorrow if we could. Thanks Nawal and team for making our stay so comfortable and happy.
I liked the location very much. Close to nature and ideal starting point for trekking tours in the Atlas Mountains. Please note that the hotel cannot be approached by car. You need to park in the village and give the hotel a call. They sent someone with a donkey to carry the luggage immediately. Worked out perfectly well.
Nice view in the mountains. Excellent for relaxing
It is fairly remote, so you are a bit "stuck" there for the evening and when you have dinner (15-20 minutes walk in darkness to get somewhere else). Can get cold in the evening with limited heating available.