Where to start? The place is super clean and very nicely decorated. The family that owns it is English and actually lives there. All the other places we stayed in Morocco were owned by foreigners, and they did NOT live in Morocco...most of those places were run by locals. As other reviews have said, it is nice to get real, unbiased opinions. They are so helpful - restaurants, activities, prices...you name, they have info!
They have a wide variety of rooms...some en-suite, some spacious, etc. The terrace has several places to hang out. Even if there are a lot of people up there, you'll find your own space. The family has designed and decorated the whole place.
Breakfast is included and delicious. Wifi is fast and steady. Atmosphere is chill. Even if this place didn't have all these little pluses, the family is what really makes this a great place to stay. We came for 3 nights and stayed for 9. This place was our Baraka.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Dar el Baraka sits just 70 meters from the Medina's main gate, centrally located to explore Chaouen’s ancient Medina. Dar el Baraka is an original six hundred year old riad converted into a comfortable guest house with six rooms, four bathrooms, various common areas and a stunning blue terrace. There are many corners in the riad to curl up in to watch satellite TV, read, talk, or simply daydream. ... more less
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