Rif & Spa Tanger

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Avenue Mohammed VI, Tangier, 40000, Morocco
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61%

Satisfaction Poor
Excellent
10%
5
Very Good
32%
15
Average
19%
9
Poor
26%
12
Terrible
10%
5

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 28% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Good For Solo
  • Families42
  • Couples37
  • Solo84
  • Business50

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Hotel Rif and Spa Tangier

by craigied2005

Hi Folks i will soon will be satying at the hotel Rif and Spa in Tangier Morocco has anyone been and got any comments?

Re: Hotel Rif and Spa Tangier

by Merrouch

Hi,Hotel Rif and Spa was one of the best hotels in Tangier during the international statute(1923-1956),the hotel was renewed recently,it situation is very strategic,just in front of the municipal beach and between the new and the old town,surrounded by many other hotels of 3,4 stars.If any other information please contact me.You are welcome to Tangier(MARHABA)!

Re: Hotel Rif and Spa Tangier

by aranyos

There are several very negative reviews on tripadvisor.com

Travel Tips for Tangier

Walk around the Medina

by matcrazy1

I would invite someone who had never been to Tangier, for a few hours walk around the medina from Grand Socco to Kasbah fortifications and the Atlantic coast. I would add some (mostly window because of high prices) shopping and eating local food on the way. Add a visit to the Moroccan Arts and Antiquities Museum in Dar El Makhzen, former sultanate and governor's palace. I do not miss anything in Tangier itself but I would take a loop drive to nearby Cape Spartel again. But, I would skip Hercules Caves. Instead, I would visit the ancient Roman site of Cotta.

In Tangier I would visit Forbes Museum of Military Miniatures in Mendoub Palace and the American Legation.

Caves of Hercules

by seagoingJLW

Visit the Caves of Hercules

Hercules, according to mythology, is supposed to have rested in these caves when he finished his labors. Supposedly it was Hercules who created the Straits of Gibraltar by pushing aside the mountains to form Jebel Tarik (Gibraltar) and Jebel Moussa in Africa.

THE MEDINA

by LoriPori

Most of THE MEDINA in Tangier is in good condition. Streets are narrow, houses are in many different styles, there are many commercial areas and it's colourful with many painted doors.
I thought this was an amazing part of the tour as we wound our way through and got a glimpse of the many sights, sounds and yes even the smells of Tangier, especially the distinct smell of curry. I loved peeping into the little nooks and crannies and saw little businesses tucked into the smallest of spaces. There was the tailor/seamstress. There was a little bakery with pita bread just coming out of the oven. Children playing in the narrow streets. A lady doing her washing. It was all just fascinating to me how they could all live in harmony in such closed quarters.
Nobody bothered us on this particular walk, but perhaps it was because of our big, burly "bodyguards" positioned front and back of our group.

Market in Ksar-es-Seghir

by solopes

It was fun to watch the local market in Ksar-es-Seghir, near Tangier, with all the women in... uniform. We had already seen that striped djellaba, but never saw so many people together, and all with the sane pattern. The village seems poor, the market was poor, but the uniformity left a sensation of order and organization

How to be taken for a ride!

by Geoff_Wright

Included in our tour was a 5 minute stop to see, and ride, the camels. They wanted 1 Euro to sit on a Camel, which was lead around in a tiny circle. Probably no more than 30 seconds on its back!
And all the time you were being encouraged to buy something from scores of local 'traders'

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 Rif & Spa Tanger

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Address: Avenue Mohammed VI, Tangier, 40000, Morocco