I do not often write a review on hotels i have stayed in as i have never really felt compelled to do so. I read a number of reviews on here and thought that the good out weighed the bad, The good reviews are not a true reflection note this review to warn you.From staying here i do feel people should be warned this is not a 5 star hotel by any means and i have stayed in Morocco before so i know what to expect from a African 5 star hotel. The service was so poor it was unbelievable, Not once was i served at my table and continuously had to search for hotel staff to get a drink. The food is probably the worst i have ever eaten and i am very sure the Lamb is not Lamb and Beef really was not Beef.. I expected to pay over the odds for alcohol as it is a Muslim country but i would say you can find cheaper beer in Dubai the average beer price at the hotel is £8.00 for a local half beer. Leaving the hotel everything is a sell for the locals if your a westerner to the point its annoying, the guides just take you around their friends shops its relentless. The place is very dirty but it is a port town so not a main tourist attraction like the west coast of Morocco. If you go book into a smaller family run hotel you will be treated better and will not miss out as this hotel is truly no 5 star and is very dated and old.. On the plus side it has a pool and you can see the Sea....
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Traditional Moorish Hotel situated in heart of town, overlooking the Strait of Gibraltar. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- El Minzah Tangier
- Hotel El Minzah