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We visited Tangiers on a day trip from our holiday to Southern Spain, via. the FRS Ferry from Tarifa. My partner and I didn't do our research and overlooked the important fact that we were visiting during Ramadan. Hence the majority of local food halls...More
This would be by far the best place I have stayed in while in Morocco.
We were greeted by a friendly man at reception who spoke perfect English. After checking in he showed us us to our room which was huge with beautiful wooden floors...More
Dar El Kasbah was our last stop in Morocco, and it left a lot to be desired. We (two women) were traveling for a couple of weeks and had two large suitcases. Upon arrival, we were given a room on the third floor and were...More
Very nice historic building. Some of the best value for money I have ever experienced. Something like USD 30 for a very nice room. Excellent lounge/dining area in the back. Steps to Medina and Kasbah and yet still peaceful. The breakfast is well worth it,...More
We liked everything about this hotel:friendly and helpful staff, beautiful interior, nice brekkie for 5e, comfy beds, hot shower, price and location just next to the exciting medina. Tangier is breathtaking, enjoy it and be happy ☺
The American clearly was looking for an up-market place. Plenty of those in Tangier. The Dar does not claim to be that. His main problem seems to have been the taxi driver not the hotel staff. Taxi drivers from the... More
The American clearly was looking for an up-market place. Plenty of those in Tangier. The Dar does not claim to be that. His main problem seems to have been the taxi driver not the hotel staff. Taxi drivers from the airport are out to make a buck, not to be helpful. They want extra to drop you away from the centre (Place de France). I was happy to walk but I did not have much luggage and I know old Tangier well. Best for most folks to pay the extra (just a couple of dollars) for trouble free arrival. The cafe next to the Dar can be a problem so tell the staff you want a room away from it. They were happy to move me when I complained. I maintain that this is a great place to stay and the staff are great.