Quite good stay, Dar Mounir is steps from the main plaza so couldn't be better located, breakfast is good, staff very friendly, but the best part was that the rooms are beautifully decorated
Beautiful hostel , but far away from the bus stop”
Nice staff, good breakfast , beautiful design in hostel
Wifi speed is great ! Nice people and staff,Hostel Design is fancy , But the only one things is not good is the shower head was unstable, the water come up not stable, some water is cold some water is very hot.and It had a sound when the water come up from the shower head
Some staff rude/ room too dark and cold. No heat. ”
Good location. Some nice staff. Nice terrace
The man who greeted us was very arrogant. He rushed through checking us in and had very interest in helping us. However another young man who worked on the desk was amazing. Even though he didn't speak English he was wager to help. He walked us to the bus ticked office which and translated for us and made sure we got what we needed. The breakfast was covered in flies. They said we could have omelettes but would just bring bread. Not a huge deal. Lots of restaurants close by. The room was incredibly dark. I couldn't even read a book before bed. Very cold room. No windows and heat not working. Not a comfortable stay.
friendly and helpful staff”
friendly and helpful staffs, centrally located and value for money
After visiting Marakech and Fez, certainly it was a pleasant stay at Dar Mounir, all staffs were very helpful and nice. Although there was a slight issue about room booking, we got smaller room at first day checked in where we initially booked a larger room, hence they changed the room on next day morning. All staffs was very helpful in giving informations and recommendation places to go, restaurants, transportation suggestion and activities, which all their recommendations was fit with what we want.
We would certainly recommend Dar Mounir for stay at Chefchaouen and love to go back there someday.
Great position and friendly staff”
Decor, lovely view from terrace, great Internet
The hotel was easy to locate in the heart of the Medina. The staff spoke great English and were very helpful and the Internet was fast. The views from the terrace were stunning and the peace was amazing! The decor was quaint and very Moroccan, but the beds were not as comfortable as they could be. I loved the copper bathroom fittings and tiled shower, however the bathroom had to be negotiated so as not to flood the floor and if you are a little on the large side, I don't rate your chances of getting in the shower at all! Transport to and from the location is at a premium, so book early for bus tickets!
Cool design, cool temperature, fantastic terrace”
Brilliant terrace with shaded area, spectacular views, comfortable room
Beautiful place + super friendly receptionist”
We were in Chefchaouen for only one night and picked this hotel based on other reviews on agoda. First, the hotel is not hard to find. Once you get to the medina's main square (Plaza Uta el-Hammam), which you cannot miss, the hotel has a restaurant by the same name at the square. Stand facing the restaurant and head down the path to the left of it to get to the hotel.
That said, getting to the hotel from the nearest taxi drop-off is quite a walk, not so much due to distance but it's slopes and steps all the way.
There was guy at reception while we were there and he is super friendly. Helped us turn on the heater, explained to us about the city and where to get/see what, and even suggested that the Louisa tea will help soothe my cough. He upgraded us to a big room free-of-charge as the hotel was not full that day.
Good location, nice room, good service”
Location was best aspect of hotel. Clean and good reception service. Good wifi
Organised a great half day walking trip for us to the Arch of the Gods. Well worth the scramble up the creek bed
location is good”
There is in the center.
close to main square.
The breakfast eat out side of the hotel.
It was nice!
Well situated and comfortable single ”
Handiness to market, souk, kasbah and well appointed queen bed.
Arriving to hotel is easy, hail a petit taxi from bus terminal to kasbah medina and walk to Dar Mounir Cafe and hang a left at the kasbah taking the blue archway on the right after the Banque Populaire ATM. The single room was adequate for solo traveller. Especially welcome is the double or queen sized bed, extra duvets in nearby cabinet and air conditioning as well as good air through windows systems. Descending through the blue markets you can easily arrive at the ascending loops of the roads and places like Chez Aziz where you can have excellent burger and fries for under two USD. I was especially happy with Yusuf the reception clerk. He brought me on request to a very reasonable artisanal cooperative where I was happy to pay a reasonable price for a well fitting hand made half Jaleba with bands of lamb, black goat and camel wool of a soft and non-itchy or scratchy quality, possibly useful for November in parts of Spain. Even buying a real cactus silk carpet was a good experience not only when compared to Marrakesh prices and sales techniques but due to proper Berber trading culture and decent price negotiation.
Great hotel with fantastic view and friendly staff”
Fantastic view, friendly and helpful staff
Great location, right on the periphery of the main square. Very easy to find. The terrace offers breathtaking views of the surroundings, esp of the mountains and the unused old spanish mosque. Rooms are spacious than all the other riads we've been throughout our trip, staff were really friendly and helpful. Overall, good quality for money.
Terrible hotel in the world.”
Location is close to the city center.
Room is small, and the bathroom was much more small. This is endurable, though.