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All reviewsminutes walk to the maingreat locationnice hotellounge areabreada lovely place to staynice roomnice breakfastwifimedinasquarejamstea
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Reviewed 26 December 2017 via mobile

It’s a really cute hotel centrally located to everything you will need while visiting. Sit in the decorated lounge area and drink traditional Moroccan tea while warming up next to the unique fireplace. There are lots of cafes nearby with lunch options. However, they made me a delicious chicken tangine which is recommended if you don’t want to go far for a meal.
My room was on the lower level so it was colder than the other floors. If you ask they will help you turn on the heater in your room and the thick blankets can be found in the closet. Get the henna done at the hotel for 70MAD instead of being haggled in Marrakech or Fez.
I recommend this location to families and solo travelers. It is used a lot for various tour groups as a stopover.

Stayed: December 2017, travelled solo
1  Thank shereenbourne
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Reviewed 9 November 2017

Sits in the middle of a steep road, just 20 minutes walk to the main square of Chefchaouen. Each room has a different color scheme and unique style. Lighting system are set in auto trigger mood, so the place seems to be darker. Served the usual local breakfast. WiFi signal is stronger in the lounge area, and also it depends on where your room is too. Lots of restaurants in the main square and the price is very good. Our tour guide also told us this is the best place to buy souvenirs and any other Moroccan goods.You can walk into the maze like narrow streets from the square to look at shops and all the beautiful blue colored houses with flowers. early morning or late afternoon is the best time to go if you want to avoid crowds.

Room Tip: avoid rooms facing streets
  • Stayed: October 2017, travelled solo
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Thank wai w
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Reviewed 24 October 2017 via mobile

The decor is very pretty and the breakfast is good. Rooms are decorated uniquely and are cute. The beds were hard and the street noise and 24/7roosters crowing make it for a noisy night of no sleep. Very good location and friendly staff. Rooms are clean but basement rooms have horrible sewage scent

Stayed: October 2017, travelled with friends
Thank Catherinemiller
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Reviewed 24 October 2017 via mobile

A nice hotel that is a fairly short walk that is uphill up stairs to the central square and merdina. We had a very ornate room, I did upload some pictures to TripAdvisor to show it, that was road facing. It was a bit noisy till late due the the traffic so I suggest don't get one road facing if you can avoid it. Breakfast was good, breads, jams, eggs, coffe, tea, the usual in mid range hotels in Morocco. Staff friendly and helpful. The bed had a wooden bed end which is not ideal if you are tall, again you could check this at reception. Overall a safe bet hotel.

Stayed: October 2017, travelled as a couple
Thank BeamMeUp_Melb
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Reviewed 11 August 2017

The hotel itself is beautiful, very colorful and bright and it's right outside the old medina, making it easy to explore the town during the day. The room was clean when I arrived but wasn't cleaned while we were there and I had to ask for more toilet paper on the second night. Breakfast was just okay but it was really cheap so it wasn't a great loss. Surprisingly enough, this place had the decent wifi in the lobby, but wasn't available in the rooms. Overall, it was pretty much what I expected for the price in Morocco.

  • Stayed: June 2017, travelled with friends
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Thank Katie H
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