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All reviews great location minutes walk to the main style hotel cute hotel lounge area bread a lovely place to stay nice room nice breakfast wifi medina ornate decoration square jams tea
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Reviewed 28 May 2015

This delightful hotel was located just outside the main square of Chefchaouen. The first surprise was the bedroom decor - each room is decorated according to a different theme - ours was jaguar print shams, curtains and bedspread with bright red walls - different and delightful. Staff was helpful, breakfast was delicious. A lovely stay.

  • Stayed: April 2015, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 7 March 2015

Spent a night at Hotel Madrid Chefchaouen, March 2015. We had a top floor room at the back, nice views to the hills and less noisy. The room was freshly painted and nicely decorated, although not large. Th e double bed could only be accessed from one side. Bathroom had new toilet and shower. Shower was very small, the shower curtain sticking to your body as you wash. The toilet did not seem to be fixed and would start to tip over if you sat incorrectly and the seat was off to one side. If the cover plug was left off the shower drain, a bad smell would emanate through the room. We experienced a similar thing in Instanbul and comes from old drainage systems. The breakfast was adequate and everything was clean, although there was no heating in the dining area and it was very cold for us. Staff very accommodating and helpful. As the room was booked through our tour company, I cannot say if there was value for money, but it has been the poorest riad/hotel so far on our trip. Saying that I have stayed in a lot worse over the years. A great location very close to the old medina and parking across the road.
Really hard to rate this one, as they seemed to be trying hard and were on the improve. I would only consider staying again if very well priced.

  • Stayed: February 2015, travelled as a couple
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Thank Stevo58
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Reviewed 15 January 2015

We had four poster beds in our room with net curtains over them and the beds were a rather shocking pink but otherwise it was a nice wee place to stay in. The room was clean but rather cramped. The service was good and there was no trouble at all about getting an oil radiator for the night as it is fairly cold here in the winter. The breakfast was quiet a good choice and also very delicious. The only real 'bad' point for the hostel was the WiFi which was barely working - but as there's so much to do around the hotel it didn't really matter.

  • Stayed: December 2014, travelled with friends
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Thank bleakashes
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Reviewed 11 August 2014 via mobile

We left as soon as we saw the rooms. Very small rooms with old furniture. It was uncomfortable. The only advantage is the location which is very close to the medina. I wouldn't recommend this hotel for a family.

Stayed: August 2014, travelled with family
Thank crownista
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Reviewed 17 June 2014

This a very nice, small hotel right outside the Chefchaouen medina. We were on the second floor and overlooked the street and one of the entrances to the medina. The room was comforatble, about what you would expect for the price and location. Nothing fancy, but then again, who wants to stay in their room when you have a beautiful city in front of you.
Breakfast was served beginning aroun 7 am. It is your typical European/Moroccan fare of olives, bread, fresh squeezed orange juice (outstanding), cheeses, tomatoes and jams. Tea and coffee was also served.
The hotel is just outside one of the medina gates which allows you to strool the plaza and sidestreets at your own pace. The vendors are not as pushy as with other cities in Morocco.
Get up early in the morning and stroll the medina and allow yourself to get lost. It's fun. To re-orient yourself, simply go downhill until you're out of the medina or you stumble back into the plaza.

Room Tip: It would be hard to find a totaly quiet room, with the road traffic until 1 or 2 am, people coming ang going plus the roosters at 5 am. Put in the ear buds and enjoy the experience.
  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled with friends
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Thank Rodney B
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