The commercial town of Midelt lies on the high plains bordered by the Middle and High Atlas mountain ranges. Basking in a temperate climate, Midelt hums with the energy of a modern settlement nestled by fragrant orchards and swaying wheat fields. Known for its intricate weaves, the town’s Kasbah styled workshop is inhabited by hundreds of weavers working on traditional Berber carpets and blankets, which are then sold at busy market stalls alongside fresh produce such as apples, plums and walnuts. Midelt also bears traces of its colonial past, evident in buildings such as the residence of former French governor that now serves as a cultural Centre, Tarik Ibn Zyad. Not just architecture, the cuisine too is a beautiful blend of French sophistication and earthy Moroccan flavors.
Hotel Taddart, located at Taddamoute in the outskirts of Midelt, stands facing the mountains of Ayachi. The boutique hotel offers you a pleasant stay in spacious and comfortable ensuite rooms decorated with traditional Moroccan elements.