Where to Stay In Chefchaouen
Beyond the tourist hotspots of Marrakech and Fez, Morocco has a wealth of natural wonders waiting to be discovered. Chefchaouen, or Chaouen, as the locals name it, is one of my faves. Chefchaouen, Morocco’s “Blue City,” is located in the Rif Mountains in the northwest. These brilliant blue-washed streets are one of a kind in a small conservative city that is somewhat out of the way but well worth the visit. Here’s my complete travel guide to Chefchaouen!
Where to Stay In Chefchaouen : RIADS (GUESTHOUSES)
When visiting Chefchaouen, I recommend staying near the town center because it is convenient to navigate around on foot and it is amazing to discover the city’s hidden gems. Depending on where your hotel is located, you may have to carry your luggage up and down the city’s many tiny streets.
Here are the best places to stay in Chefchaouen, including riads and hotels:
Chefchaouen’s posh and magnificent Riad is situated in the city’s center. The spa has an indoor pool, Jacuzzi, and rooftop patio with great views. Thus, overlooking the Rif Mountains as well as Rabat’s ancient medina Suites of the hotel Ryad Lina are furnished in a Moroccan style with a modern twist. Also, top-of-the-line mattresses and bathrooms are included in every room. Amine and Ouafae, who live outside of Chaouen, lend a worldly perspective to this quaint and tranquil hamlet.
The property features a private heated swimming pool, a rooftop terrace, traditional Moroccan cuisine, a lounge, laundry service, and Wi-Fi internet.
Where to Stay In Chefchaouen : Casa Perleta
Near the Bab Souk entrance to the Medina is a typical Chaouen guesthouse. Even though the rooms are small, they’re well-appointed and adorned with ethnic fabrics, paintings, and furniture from across the globe. Begona, the Riad’s manager, is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to the best places to eat and shop in Marrakech. She and the team will meet every traveler’s demands. There is a little roof patio where you can read a book comfortably.
Rooftop Terrace, Laundry service, and Wifi are all included in the property’s amenities.
This is one of Chefcahouen’s quirkier maisons d’hôtels, located near the “Ras El Ma” and directly across from the medina. Also, Moroccan architecture and modern amenities Dar Eschaouen features 12 Arabo-Hispanic rooms and suites. Moroccan culture comes to life when the room is decked out in vibrant colors, colorful fabrics, and paintings.
Swimming Pool, Spa, Rooftop Terrace, Restaurant, Lounge, Laundry, Wifi
Where to Stay In Chefchaouen : Dar Meziana
This quaint B&B is a throwback to the medina, more traditional hotels like Ryad Lina and Dar Eschouen before they became more luxurious. With Chaouen-style furnishings and paintings, Dar Meziana is a traditional Moroccan guesthouse with a charmingly old-fashioned aesthetic. Thus, this historic house’s wood interior and breakfast bar provide some of the area’s best pastries. A sty here is a wonderful delight because it was designed with special attention in an Andalusian, Moroccan style.
Rooftop Terrace, Wifi Internet Access