Chefchaouen Hotels: Reviews of Hotels in Chefchaouen
Chefchaouen has a decent range of accommodation, especially for a town of its small size.
Upscale options are mostly concentrated in the Ville Nouvelle, with newly purpose-built hotels and a clutch of boutique pensions. However, the town still struggles to meet demand outside winter, so it’s advisable to book well in advance.
A former Spanish “grand hotel” in Chefchaouen, an aging 4-star hotel now restructured for the package trade. It offers comfortable tourist-class accommodation and a few perks, including a good restaurant and one of Chefchaouen’s few bars.
A long-established upmarket choice, Casa Hassan is a small gueshouse with a unique Moorish ambience. Rooms are stylish, comfortable and uniquely decorated, each with a sitting area and a private chimney. The terrace is set for elegant lounging, with panoramic views over the Medina and the twin peaks.
Dar Terrae is the first riad to open in Chefchaouen, taking advantage of the craze in Fez and Meknes. The charming old Andalusian-style house offers cheerfully decorated rooms with their own bathroom and fireplace and three roof-top terraces. Home-made cooking finishes the whole homely atmosphere nicely.
Charming hideaway located at Dardara Junction, some ten kilometres from Chefchaouen. Twelve rooms and suites in traditional decoration, each with its own bathroom and fireplace. In-house restaurant sources its own fresh supplies and offers a unique local cuisine. Excursions and hiking expeditions with guides, mules and packed lunches organized on request.
Well-established small hotel at the heart of the Medina. Favourite wih backpackers thanks to its budget prices and standard of accommodation. Lovely tiled courtyard, circled on two floors by small but clean rooms. Shared bathrooms and showers but plenty of hot water. Roof terrace with panoramic views over the Medina and the surrounding hills.