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TravelPod Member ReviewsKasbah Tiwaline Marrakech
What an amazing, tailored and personal experience!
We stayed here during the Whitsun holidays for a week in May, with 4 young children and could not have asked for more. The hotel staff bent over backwards to make our stay perfect. We had our own suite with three bedrooms, a living room and two bathrooms. We had our own private pool where sun hats and towels were replaced daily.
Breakfast was cooked fresh to order, as were the evening meals that we chose to purchase.
On our last night a special evening meal was created just for us.
The hotel staff were happy to transport us anywhere we needed to go. They also came with us on our more adventurous excursions, and helped us with the children.
Could not ask for more.
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