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My with and I stayed at this beautiful Hotel in Tangier for 3 nights in July. It was exceptional. We received great service and enjoyed our time here. It is well situated and close to the Madina. The rooms were very clean and tidy and...More
Lovely, comfortable space with endless level of design detail. Fresh roses in our room! Very helpful and friendly staff. We had the breakfast on both days and also recommend. It felt like we were staying a rich relative's house.
I'm currently writing this review from inside my room at La Maison de Tanger. I've had the pleasure of staying here four nights and cannot recommend it highly enough.
First off, everyone including the owner Vincent and the staff (Zakaria and so many others) were...More
Best surprise was the quality of the food, especially dinner...the tagine is amazing...highly recommend staying in one night and eating at the hotel. It is a gorgeous setting, very stylish and clean, the host/owner was unbelievably attentive and the staff were extremely helpful. I would...More
Maison de Tanger blends the exotic beauty of Morocco with the charm and hospitality of provincial France. The rooms are both comfortable and idiosyncratic, making us feel that we were staying in someone's home, the "someone" being Vincent, the owner, whose attention to our every...More
No, there weren't any resident cats. As a matter of fact, the host, Vincent, made a point of saying that the resident tortoises were the only animals that he'd consider having in the courtyard, because they're quiet and... More
No, there weren't any resident cats. As a matter of fact, the host, Vincent, made a point of saying that the resident tortoises were the only animals that he'd consider having in the courtyard, because they're quiet and unobtrusive.
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"Some rooms are small, but the bigger ones are not expensive!"