In an old house, whit a lovely fountain in the middle of the hall, the Blanco Riad conquers the eyes. Indeed, as some users said, the lower priced rooms are quite small (no table, no chairs). The other rooms are fairly larger. However, considering the fact that we spend most of the time outside, exploring the medina and the city, it was not a big inconvenience. The hotel is placed extremely close to the royal palace and the medina (the old town) therefore some noises can be heard. The prayer calls of the muezins could represent an inconvenient (it is a bit loud) but I consider to be apart of the charm of Morocco. The hotel is extremely clean and the staff is great! They are extremely helpful and nice. It is a very good idea to ask them what to visit while you stay in Tetouan. The food here is very good. I highly recommend the crepes au fromage et oranges. The breakfast is very good also. The large variety of breads, the olives and the homemade jam are great.