Moevenpick Hotel & Casino Tangier

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Route de Malabata, Baie de Tanger, Tangier, 90000, Morocco

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59%

Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
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15
Very Good
23%
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Average
14%
10
Poor
26%
18
Terrible
11%
8

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 12% lower than similarly priced 5 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families60
  • Couples55
  • Solo16
  • Business48
  • Moevenpick Hotel Tangier Morocco

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    THe Hotel, which we learned was owned by HRH Prince Turki Bin Nasser Al Saud, the Saudi Prince who was involved in the BAE Fraud Scandal was at the hotel with 25 of his under-age females having a private disco party in the Royal Suite until 0500am. We were very surprised when we asked the General Manager Mr. Gildas Renaux why the owner being Prince would not turn down the music or parade his Young Moroccan Girl escourts all over the place until 0500am. This went on for 5 days and the GM did nothing for us. WE shall never stay at this hotel again and the owner is a hypocrit to say the least

    Unique Quality: Loud music and prostitutes

    Casino Partner of the Prince also was part of the party and could care less.

    Directions: Good location

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Onwards from Tangier

by barryg23

Tangier's main train station is about 3km out of town, in the Malabata district. There is another smaller station at Mororo, but for most journeys onwards from Tangier you will want Malabata. A taxi from the centre should cost no more than 25 Dirham. It's probably best to avois the taxis at the port as they will try to overcharge you. Instead, walk up towards the town and flag down one of the yellow petit taxis near the medina.

Bay of Tangier

by Frisbeeace

I heard that the bay of Tangier is one of the most beautiful in the Mediterranean. From Cap Malabata to the old town, it has wide and very attractive beaches. Many new hotel and resorts are being built in this area contributing to the booming growth of tourism in this area.

Bay of Tangier

by keeweechic

The Bay of Tangier stretches from the port to Cap Malabata. The bay is considered one the most beautiful with its lovely beaches and popular seaside resorts and hotels. Avenue d-Espagne runs parallel along the bay.

Do Two Great Sun Activities at Tangier

by dlytle

Tangier provides an opportunity to see the sun rising over the Mediterranean and then, if you drive west along the coast during the day, you’ll view the sun setting into the Atlantic at dusk.

Near Tangier, there are two promontories projecting into the waters of the two great waterways of northwestern Africa. Cape Malabata, a windswept and exposed beach area about 6 miles east from Tangier looks across the Mediterranean Sea towards the rising sun. Plan your day so you visit this area in the glow of the pre-dawn when sky and sea melt together in one blue luminescence. There is a Medieval looking castle at Malabata that was built in the early 20th century. A lighthouse tops it, like Cape Spartel. The area offers unobstructed views across the bay of Tangier to the Gibraltar Straits.

After sunrise, drive west and visit Tangier and then in the mid-afternoon head west to Cape Spartel. Stop and visit the Caves of Hercules that have been in use since prehistoric times. Have a cold drink and lunch in one of the beachside shops along the way. Maybe take a swim along the golden sand beaches. Arrive at Cape Spartel in the late afternoon, an hour before sundown.

Visit the lighthouse. Look over the coast of Africa across the sea to the European coastline of a different continent. Marvel at the rugged coastline with its pounding surf and blue waters. Admire the twisted, tenacious trees struggling to survive against the elements. Take your photograph with one of the donkeys nearby. Spend some time browsing the shops that have been setup along the roadway. Use your time to your best interests as the day grows long and the sun begins to sink into the Atlantic.

Cape Spartel provides great views of the Atlantic Ocean and the setting sun. You will be glad that you have done this little trek when you are standing on the cliffs at Cape Sparel in the dusk, and the horizon is pink and blue and yellow, and the sparse native vegetation is being bathed in a golden twilight.

It will be a moment of your life to be savored forever.

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Address: Route de Malabata, Baie de Tanger, Tangier, 90000, Morocco