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The summer solstice in the northern hemisphere was on 21st June, but for many of us so far summer has been quite disappointing. Fortunately in Morocco there's plenty of sunshine to go round, and so if you're planning an escape we thought we'd round up all the different offers currently available at Kasbah Tamadot.
"Suite Dreams" this summer! Experience the magic of Kasbah Tamadot with our new this brand new offer! We'll take 50% off our full board supplement plus a free night, when booking at least three nights in one of our stunning suites.
This suite deal(!) is valid for stays until 31st August 2011. Rates start from £1,480 per room for 3 nights, based on two people sharing and include all meals - that"s breakfast, lunch and dinner! Our chefs prepare a range of delicious local specialties and international cuisine.
Free night on us! When you stay for 4 nights or more we'll throw in your final night free. Rates start from 395 per room per night based on two adults sharing and include breakfast and taxes. Valid for stays until 30th September 2011.
Take the kids to Kasbah Tamadot for free! You"ll be pleased to know that you can combine our free night and "Suite Dreams" offers with "kids go free". Save £100 per night per child when they share a room with parents!
We offer a fantastic range of activities in our Kasbah Kids programme, from meeting resident mules Peppermint, Peanut and Paprika to baking delicious Moroccan dishes.
We've got a new way to explore Kasbah Tamadot online before you get there! Take an and get familiar with everything Sir Richard Branson's Moroccan retreat has to offer.
The new online interactive map allows you to click on "hotspots" around the property and see images so you can get a feel for the hotel before you arrive.
Kasbah Tamadot - Atlas Tales
Festive cheer, camel rides and Yonka facials in the High Atlas
Goats, Gnaoua's and life in the High Atlas
Spring awakening in the Atlas Mountains
Adventures in the Atlas
Cashmere and champagne!
A Berber Feast
The Elders visit the High Atlas
Christmas & New Year in the Atlas Mountains