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Where to Stay in Chefchaouen

Where to Stay in Chefchaouen

Ryad Lina

This upmarket and elegant Riad centrally located in the blue washed city of Chefchaouen. It’s roof top terrace has magnificent views and the on site spa center features and indoor private pool, hammam and Jacuzzi hot tub. With views of the Rif Mountains and the medina Ryad Lina is a hotel of suites that are elegantly decorated with Moroccan modern touch. Every room has a private bath or shower and top end matresses. Owned by Chaouen outsiders, Amine and Ouafae, they bring a worldly view to this charming peaceful town.

Property Amenities: Private Swimming Pool (Heated) Spa/ Hammam, Roof top Terrace, Traditional Moroccan cuisine, Lounge, Laundry Service, Wifi

Casa Perleta:

A traditional Chaouen guesthouse tucked in a small corner not far from the Bab Souk entrance of the Medina. While the rooms are small they are comfortable and decorated with local textiles, paintings and furniture. The Riad’s manager Begona is full of energy with local tips on where to eat and shop for the best local crafts. She and the staff will make sure all needs of travelers are met with a grand smile. There is a small roof top terrace that makes for a great place for reading a book.

Property Amenities: Rooftop Terrace, Laundry service, Wifi

Dar Eschaouen

Situated in front of the medina near the River “Ras El Ma” this is one of the funkiest maison d’hote’s in Chefcahouen. A blend of traditional Moroccan architecture and modern comforts Dar Eschaouen offers 12 rooms and suites that are decorated in a Arabo-Hispanic flavor. Fully decked in bright colors, colors fabrics and furnished with paintings the local touches of Moroccan culture come alive.

Property Amenities: Swimming Pool, Spa, Roof top Terrace, Restaurant, Lounge, Laundry Service, Wifi

Dar Meziana

This charming Bed and Breakfast is an example of the age old traditional places to stay in the Chefcahouen medina before the upmarket luxury properties of Ryad Lina and Dar Eschouen. While a bit dated, Dar Meziana is an authentic Moroccan guesthouse filled with Chaouen furniture, paintings and a most artful décor. One could even refer to it as “this old house” with it’s wood interior and breakfast bar which serves up traditional tea and some of the best pastries in the town. Designed in Andalusian, Moroccan style with special care a sty here is a real treat.

Property Amenities: Rooftop Terrace, Wifi

Casa Hassan

In this sacred city, perched on the hill in the heart of the Medina rests Casa Hassan and Dar Baibo, two exceptional guesthouses of charming traditional Moroccan architecture with artistic decoration from unique crafts of the region. Casa Hassan has a magical and warm atmosphere. This former residence has a large patio opening onto the common areas and a living area of classic Moroccan decoration, a dining room, a large central fireplace, fountain, and traditional Hammam. Where to Stay in Essaouira:

Property Amenities: Rooftop Terrace, Hammam, Restaurant, Wifi