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tagadert lodge is a beautiful traditional "ethno-chic" house in the middle of a lovely berber village only 24kms from the center of Marrakech. it offers 5 well-decorated rooms, 3 gardens, 3 patios with very old olive-trees, terraces, indoor and outdoor living rooms, and a nice swimming-pool. very quiet place, nice house for families with children
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Staff couldn’t be more helpful, excellent food no matter what your diet! The spa treatments left me feeling totally amazing...Book on arrival!
Very safe perfect for solo travelers, airport transfers were on time and took all stress out of arriving in a new place! Lovely...More
I loved many things about this hotel: architecture, two pools, and many hidden treasures in terms of balconies, towers, and quiet places to sit and read. This was a luxury hotel without the pretension. Several interlocking courtyards and doorways made everything seem magical. The night...More
We stayed two nights in this hotel, a 25 mins by car from Marrakech. The hotel is situated in an old berber village and consists of two parts, both in original but beautifull restored berber rooms and suites.
Fantastic decorated and huge rooms. We stayed...More
Big thanks to Jean Paul for such an amazing stay; my first time, my wife her second. We were fortunate to be in between yoga reservations so had the place to almost to ourselves, & were gifted the suit that we hadn’t booked.
Just returned from a 3 day stay at Tigmi we my 2 kids (5&7). Loved it! Original, quirky and characterful. First off a seldom used village road runs through the property. The Berber architecture is amazing. There must of been over 10 courtyards and gardens...More