The riad location was perfect and our suite was very nice, but the hotel itself was not four star. It may have been, however, the best Chefchaouen had to offer. Not really many amenities. I suggest not eating at the Riad, but just using it as a base to explore the wonderful Chefchaoue medina.
Chefchaouen is a beautiful and magical place to visit. It definitely is one of the hidden treasures. My sojourn at Lina Ryad was simply amazing! It is a breathtaking locale, has wonderful and attentive staff and is super comfy. It was so peaceful. The room was very spacious and comfortable. The meals there were delicious. And I took time to visit the spa, which was glorious. I enjoyed spending time on the terrace, especially at sunset; and enjoyed the mint tea and cookies that were brought by a staff member.
The people who live in Chefchaouen are very patient with all the tourists that take photos of their homes. I enjoyed shopping through the Medina and taking to the vendors/artists/craftspeople who very friendly. One artist, Mohammed, displays and shows his artwork by one of the very photographed lanes. Definitely worth buying at least one of his original pieces of artwork.
Hope to be able to visit again!
Nice Ryad, on the top of the medina, that means many, many starirs to go up and down with suitcases, and the nices view of all.We had the top room, in th eterrace, private for us. Upon arrival, mint tea, like eveywehere else in Morroco, we were takne to our room, then we had magilca experience when we were able to see the call to pray from the our private terrace. That was our first experience in Morroco, nice.
Nice people, very respectufull, nice dinner and excellent breakfasr.
Rooms, are clean, best of us, heated pool reserved for our family, private experience, formidable.
Would go back
Quite a walk from the drop off point with a short climb to the entrance..We had a few problems with the electricals creating a shrill noise in the room. Service depended on who was at the desk. Our room was on the 3rd floor which is quite a climb through steep stairs. Unlit in the early morning hours if you try to catch the breakfast at the first sitting.Food is good but expensive compared to what you can get if you step out. No alcohol Overall OK but again seniors may want to make sure the room is on a lower floor.
We had an amazing stay at the Lina Ryad and Spa. We arrived late and were met by a porter in the town square who took our two heavy suitcases up to the ryad and all the way up to our room on the top floor. The staff went above and beyond to help us with all our queries and their kindness was fantastic. Ibrahim and the women on reception were phenomenal. Would definitely stay here again!