- Reviews: 951
Hotel Koutoubia: Alaoui Omar
New, clean, beautifully decorated with incredibly friendly and genuine staff and owner. Each room is different and when we went we were given the choice of where we wanted to stay. Each room has an en suite bathroom with showers.
A double room cost us 200 night which roughly equates to 20 euros (10 euros each).
The first night we where there the owners son TOOK us to a restaurant that he recommended to us and stayed to drink a tea with us and talk to us about Morocco and his life.
The second night we were invited to have dinner with the owner and another man who worked there. They cooked us a lovely tagine and we stayed and talked with them until I was too tired to continue. This was one of my best experiences of Chaouen as I learnt a lot about how people really live here and there thoughts and feelings towards their foreign visitors and so forth.
Every morning they made us a delightful breakfast with a choice of different things including local cheese and honey and natural orange juice.
- Reviews: 331
Alandalus Hotel: Nice budget Accomedation
we staied for around ten days at this hotel for 100 DH a day (50 Dh/person). The hotel was nice with 3 shared clean Bath rooms. Extra hot shower will cost you 10 dh. The owner Ahmed was a very nice person along with his employee Aziz, Both were friendly and happy to help. There was a common living room with a TV, satelite dish and nice library with all sorts of books. There is a book exchange program at the hotel.
A breakfast will cost 20 dh. In all these hotels in Chefchauen always pick rooms in the lower floar during the summer. It is much cooler.
- Reviews: 3944
Hotel Salam: Hotel Salam
Very nice. Cosy and cheap. The price is about the same as other hotels near by. I didnt pick this one for any particular reason. Just the first I looked.
rooms dont have private WC, but seems clean, not perfect but its ok. Price is 120 dirhams for 2 people. 12 euros for the room.
- Reviews: 82
Hotel Al Kalaa: The accommodation
This year I decided to seek out a new hideout in Chaouen, my regular haunt had, in recent years, fallen into disrepair, and the owners showed little interest in carrying out essential repairs, last year this sad state of affairs led to very low prices being charged, which attracted a rather unsavoury type of clientele ( les gens louches) whose company I avoided at every opportunity.....
I arrived at Chefchaouen Gare Routiere on the CTM bus from Casablanca, and after a brief acrimonious exchange with the toilet gardien, who charged three dirhams, instead of the statutory one dirham for the privilege of urinating in his dirty WC, I started walking up the very steep hill towards the town. Fortunately, a taxi appeared, I flagged it down, and gave the French-speaking driver directions to Hotel Al Kalaa. I had read two positive reviews about this place on Tripadvisor, and decided to investigate, its location is close to Bab Souk and Bab el Ain, both busy main gates to the Medina, so ideal for my purposes.
The desk clerk was pleasant and spoke French with a smattering of English, he offered me a choice of two rooms on the second floor, one overlooking the busy street and another further back along the side of the building, I decided on the side room which would be quieter. The room was clean and had a window which did not have much of a view, but enough to avoid a sense of claustrophobia. There was a small restaurant area adjacent to the reception, although lack of demand had suspended any activity there, but there were plenty of other eateries nearby in the Medina.
My (large) bundle of grubby clothes were washed for a tip of forty dirhams by the cleaner lady, via the auspices of the young night desk clerk, who spoke excellent English.
This hotel is new, so everything works, hot water, electricity, plumbing etc., I really could not find anything to moan about ( a first for Benny!!)
The hotel was very quiet, although still off season, there were hardly any other guests, a forty percent downturn in foreign tourist numbers over the past three years, has forced many businesses to close down ( information from reliable bar room informants.)
Nothing outstanding, just a clean modern hotel, with pleasant friendly staff, ideally located just outside the Medina.
- Reviews: 331
Hotel Ibn Battota
This is very nice and quite hotel. to get to the hotel take from Outta Al Hammam take a right in front of credit Agricle Bank and than take first turn right followed by a left and then right again. you;ll see Al Andalus Hotel. Keep walking until you see the hotel in front of you. If this sounds to complicated ask about Al Houta which is located between Al Andalus and Ibn Battota hotel
The hotel has a shared bath room, Hot showers will cost you 10 d. In all these hotels in Chefchauen always pick rooms in the lower floar during the summer. It is much cooler.
- Reviews: 316
Hotel Rif: A hotel with view
The hotel is just below the medina walls with good rooms amd nice views at the front but not at the back.
The staff at the hotel are very friendly and also is popular with tourist groups.
The hotel also has a restaurant with alcohol licence but at the time I visit it was not selling alcohol.
Basic rooms but nothing special.
single room DH180 = £17
- Reviews: 331
Casa L'Haouta Maison D'Accueille: a good alternative
This a nice small hotel that has rooms that can accomedate any where between one to fiur people and it will cost you 50 dh per person. The rooms are clean and good size. Hot shower is extra 10 dh. If no body answer the door. ring the bill of the house opposite to it. They have the key and will check you i.
To get to the hotel continiou straight Hotel Alandalus to El Hauta and then turn to the right. the hotel is located at the end 30 meters away. once you get to El Hauta you see eigns leading to the hotel.
In all these hotels in Chefchauen always pick rooms in the lower floar during the summer. It is much cooler.
- Reviews: 153
Pension Znika: A cool & shady place...
Dr 40 (1994)
A very nice, clean and cool place to stay in Chechaouen. Rooms are cheap but in summer can get very hot at night.
- Reviews: 1
Hotel Ouarzazate: Cheap and cheerful
Hotel Ouarzazat is a great place for backpackers to stay while in Chefchaouen. It is very reasonably priced at 60 Dirham (60 MAD, less than €6) per person per night, sleep only as food is not served.
Some rooms are en suite while others share toilet and showering facilities.
The hotel is ideally situated in the medina and boasts a terrace with a wonderful view of the mountains and the town.
The riad style house is nicely finished in blues and whites and is kept spotlessly clean, being mopped from top to bottom daily.
There is no heating so if you are travelling in winter be prepared for cold nights.
If you are reaching Chefchaouen by bus I would advise getting 'small taxi' up to the Kasbah and walk downhill to the hotel otherwise you will find yourself struggling uphill from the lower gate. The taxi should only cost 10 Dirham or about €1 (2014).
I highly recommend this quiet, family-run house for those who do not need to be pampered.
There are numerous places to eat within the medina of Chefchaouen and the streets are lined with people selling all manner of foodstuffs so the fact that the hotel itself does not offer meals is not an issue. Coffee and mint tea (Moroccan whiskey) are served by the management on request.
I spent many a relaxed evening just sitting out on the terrace admiring the views and the quietude.
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