Toubkal Lodge, Atlas Mountains

Toubkal Lodge is one of the few places to stay in the Atlas Mountains that combines the atmosphere of a traditional lodge with the comfort of a modern hotel.

Stay at Toubkal Lodge, perched high in the majestic Atlas Mountains, on your luxury, tailor-made vacation to Morocco and it won’t be just the altitude that leaves you breathless. The views from the hotel’s sun terrace are jaw-dropping, eye-stretching, astonishing. On one hand you have North Africa’s highest mountain – Jebel Toubal – the snow on its summit glistening gold in the morning sunlight. On the other the snow-capped peaks of the Koubal Massif march off into the distance. It’s a magnificent vista. Look down and the dizzying Azzaden Valley falls way beneath you, revealing timeless hill villages like Id Issa; a tiny collection of stone cottages poised on the edge of the valley. Take a series of treks from Toubkal Lodge and the vistas seem to change with every step.

Toubkal Lodge, at a glance

  • Traditional lodge-style hotel perched high in the Atlas Mountains
  • Close to the timeless hill village of Id Issa
  • Choice of just four guest rooms, all with modern en suite bathrooms featuring fossilised marble
  • Walls of rough-hewn local stone, artisan wooden ceilings and impressive carved doors
  • Truly astounding views over the peaks of the Atlas Mountains and plunging valleys
  • Eco friendly with solar powered underfloor heating
  • Lounge with wood burning stove

For leisure and pleasure

  • Sun terrace with sweeping views of the Atlas Mountains including the snow-capped peaks of Jebel Toubkal and the Toubkal Massif
  • Range of mountain treks through the High Atlas region giving unrivalled photographic opportunities
  • Visits to Id Issa
  • Expeditions into the remote Azzaden Valley
  • Choice of half or full day treks to Kasbah du Toubkal
  • Would you please pass on to 'your dream team' my heartfelt appreciation of their wonderful efforts to bring their unforgettable city to life for us all

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    LL, St Petersburg, 2013