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Frequently asked questions

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Read on for our most frequently asked questions about staying at Kasbah Tamadot.

When is Kasbah Tamadot open?

Kasbah Tamadot is open all year round, except for a few selected weeks in January when we close for maintenance.  

Due to a devastating earthquake in September 2023 in Morocco, Kasbah Tamadot is currently partially open.  

Keep an eye on our website and social channels for updates on when we will be fully operational again. 

When is a good time to visit? 

A visit to the Atlas Mountains offers something for everyone all year round.  

In winter, admire the snow-capped peaks, while spring is a pleasant time to discover the many surrounding villages.  

Hot summer days are best spent relaxing by the pool and cosy autumnal evenings are perfect for relaxing in the library with a good book and a warm drink. In summary, there’s never a bad time to visit Kasbah Tamadot! 

What’s the weather like?

Spring days are pleasantly warm with just a small amount of rainfall. In April the temperatures can range from 12°C up to 24°C, with the temperature dropping at night.  

As we enter July the heat during the day continues to increase and by August, we are very much a ‘hot sun’ destination, but a pleasant 10°C cooler than the high temperatures in Marrakech.  

In the autumn months the evenings start to cool, and the days become a little less intense heat-wise. Towards the end of September, the snow on the tops of the Atlas Mountains starts to return.  

December, January and February are the coolest months of year to visit. With the average temperature at 13°C and the sun still shining, our heated pools are comfortable at 28°C, so a midday swim is still the norm! 

What should I pack? 

The atmosphere at Kasbah Tamadot is relaxed and informal, so simply pack your suitcase for the season and the type of activities you plan on doing during your stay.   

For walks and hikes make sure to pack a good pair of trainers (sneakers), sunhat and sunglasses.   

In the evening, feel free to dress up - but it’s not necessary. When visiting areas outside of the hotel, be mindful of local Moroccan customs.

Are children welcome?

Of course! Our team are experts at keeping Kasbah Kids entertained while you enjoy some much-deserved rest and relaxation during a family break.  

Since we know every Kasbah Kid is different and enjoys different activities, we don’t operate a set programme but instead offer a fun and educational range of activities tailored to each of our younger guests.  

Children under 12 are welcome to stay in the Riads as well however due to safety reasons, we do not accept children in the Riad Rooftop Tented Suites.

Can I hire the property exclusively? 

Definitely. We have 29 rooms and suites which can accommodate up to 56 guests.  

Our exclusive-use rates apply when taking 13 or more rooms with a two-night minimum stay, however we also welcome smaller groups taking up to 12 rooms.  

Chat to our team to find out more.

Do I need a visa? 

Visa requirements depend on where you are travelling from into Morocco so make sure to check with the Moroccan embassy or your travel professional before setting off. 

What’s the local currency?  

The local currency is the Moroccan dirham.  

At Kasbah Tamadot, we accept American Express, Visa, Maestro and MasterCard as well as Dirhams, Euros, US Dollars and British Pounds. We are unable to accept Eurocard. 

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