One night at this hotel was one night too many.
Dirty bathrooms, smelly rooms, poor location...I cannot think of anything positive to say about this place.
The hotel is very run down and looks half abandoned - common areas padlocked or in darkness.
I had to sleep with the balcony door open because of the smell but was too nervous to get much rest as the room was not secure.
The wifi almost didn't work, the room was completely freezing (even with all blankets it wasn't enough), the breakfast was ok. To go to downtown you have to take a taxi or go with a car. By walking it would be between 20 and 30 minutes. Well, there are better options in Chefchaouen.
Modernist designed hotel looks 1930 s In style .Clean comfortable rooms . The rooms at the front of building all have balconies that look out onto the valley town and Mountains surrounding it. We had a bath with a shower .There is a fridge in the reception area where you can put drinks to cool in and we were offered and provided with a bucket of Ice that we could take to our room which was much appreciated as we could watch the sun setting over the town with a nice cold drink. There is no bar that sells alcohol (not unusual in Morocco)! and so we always come prepared and bring our own.
Breakfast is good and included in the price of the room.You can get good coffee eggs and they have fantastic bread.
There is also a secure car park that is useful if you chose to dive as we do .
The hotel is a short walk away from delightful Chefchaouen about 5 minutes to the right of the building that brings you out to the part of the town where the cascades are and you can easily access the town from here walking down into it .
Chefchaouen is a delightful town and it is well worth spending a few days there wandering around and stopping for mint tea that is often offered in the shops at a couple of places I was invited to join shop keepers in there meal and was not pressurised to buy anything.
Chefchaouen is a fantastic place to relax and just enjoy ambiance of the place very different to other parts of Northern Morocco.