We are a couple From ouarzazate in the heart of marocain desert who alwause dreaming to discover this part of morocco , so we spent only one night here on our way from oued laou to casablanca but we wished if we stayed longer (but we had already our CTM bus tickets to…
A large room with a private bathroom. The service was friendly; the breakfast was perhaps the best. The location is a bit difficult to find. There wasn't a heater for us to borrow, which on a cold wet night would have made a difference.
We didn't stay at the riad but did eat dinner here. The food was excellent! We had the chicken tajine and the kefta tajine. So far the kefta tajine is the best one in Morocco yet. The chef was a sweet lady who smiled each time she came to the table. The main decor was also nice.
Right in the UNESCO part of town staying at riad dalia has been a wonderful experience. The owner family is really kind, Dalia has offered to come and pick us up at our arrival. The climate is magical and the breakfast amazing. Best riad in Tetouan.
This is a quaint little hotel in the medina. The family who run it are extremely friendly and went out of their way to make me feel welcome and comfortable. The breakfast was excellent and the decor is very authentic. Id definitely stay again if I return to Tetouan.
"The 2 double rooms furthest down might not be as nice as the ones upstairs(?). Low ceiling. One window gives into the dining area."
"Some rooms are darker; check out top floor rooms if given choice"
"Stay in a suite, or stay away !!! The other rooms are horrible."
"there are the comfort rooms and suites, very big and with high ceilings, and too very small rooms which are interesting if you really don't want to spend much at all,"
"Depending on you budget you can spend 200-700 dirham. The set menu meal is 100 dirham pp. but you can ask for one set menu for 2. Drinks are extra."