x The average starting price for a place to stay in Tangier is £37 per night.
Apdo.62 No. 6 , Rue Mohammed Bergach, MedinaExcellent 94%
burdickkm Dar Jameel is incredibly charming; we will definitely stay there again and recommend to others. Our private ensuite was a good size without sacrificing any ambience, the bathroom was adequate (although the hot water heater did not accommodate a series of two showers, so plan accordingly to allow the tank to reheat). The breakfast was absolutely the BEST, and the staff was very gracious in serving us even though we had overslept breakfast hours... above and beyond what we expected! Proximity to the Medina and Kasbah is good; walk to beaches is very easy.
carlospereirav I had the honor of being one of the first guests in Al Andalusi hostel. What to say...? good price, great location, clean and nice staff. I felt very confortable in there.
victorpenacuerv Great place. Simple rooms, clean and friendly staff. Defenetely I would recomend also great filling breakfast.
Route Nationale 1, Km 12 Tangier Free ZoneGood 70%
Rob and Z Relatively expensive for Morocco. Quite far from the medina, city center, bus stop and ferry port, but taxis are cheap so not too much of an issue, and the distance is walkable in good weather, provided you don't have much baggage with you. Good breakfast (included). Balcony with view of beach (very close). Clean bathroom with nice, big shower- lots of hot water and great pressure. No wifi in room but it was available in the lobby (you have to pay to use the net on the hotels computers). Staff not overly friendly or helpful- but quite usual for a hotel as opposed to a hostel. The hotel does smell like cigarette smoke (smoking allowed in the rooms) but this is also quite standard in Morocco and didn't bother us.
Route Nationale 1, KM 12 Tanger Free Zone0 0%
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