About Kasbah Bab Ourika
With 360-degree panoramic views, Kasbah Bab Ourika receives warm sunlight all day, ending in spectacular sunsets. Guests can relax in individually decorated rooms with their own terraces, or unwind by the secluded swimming pool.
Meals are served in the gardens or in the colonnaded restaurant, or can be taken privately in the rooms or suites. The restaurant serves food that is freshly supplied daily from the surrounding villages, and our chef specializes in traditional Berber recipes as well as international cuisine. Above all, the Kasbah offers peace and relaxation in spectacular surroundings, a memorable escape from the hustle of the western world.
The Kasbah is one of the most eco-friendly buildings in Morocco. Constructed principally from Pise rammed earth, the traditional Berber building technique, it blends easily with the rocks and earth around it. Thick walls provide natural insulation in the heat, and along with solar panels, ensures a balanced temperature. All water at the Kasbah is recycled and used in the garden. An innovative biodigester system is to be used to produce electricity and also compost for the garden, with the village below also benefiting from this system.
Kasbah Bab Ourika Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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