Dar Dadicilef Bed and Breakfast Review – Chefchaouen, Morocco
Before leaving Tangier, I was given recommendations by the staff of the hotel I stayed at – and they suggested Dar Dadicilef. I immediately googled this place and was sold the moment I saw the first five pictures of the hotel and the room.
Right in the heart of the Medina where you are literally in the epicenter of shops, restaurants, and the maze-like narrow streets of the Blue City.
Chefchaouen is safe – there wasn’t a moment where I felt something could potentially happen, unlike in Tangier or Marrakech.
But for the room itself, they give you a pad lock for your room.
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🍳Bon appétit !! A typical breakfast that excites me just as much as fried rice topped w/fried eggs and tocino or longganisa: Moroccan breakfast!! This is what I ate every morning during my trip in Morocco: freshly squeezed orange juice, Moroccan mint tea (soooo good and i can't find it here in chicago!!), goat cheese, olives, fried eggs seasoned with cumin, semolina pancakes with butter honey, and bread khobz. 🤤🤤🤤 — 📍Chefchaouen, Morocco 🇲🇦
Very nice people and very accommodating.- Abdul, the manager, took the time to help me out on my troubles of trying to get a bus ticket back to Tangier. I was trying to leave Chefchaouen on the day of a religious holiday where basically the whole country is shut down.
The design, architecture, décor is very Moroccan. The colors of the interior are also all in blue – you really feel like you are in some exotic location the entire time you are in the hotel.
Not a trace of dirt anywhere.
Each room has a different size bathroom, and mine was a perfect size for a single traveler.
My only comment would be the lack of ventilation. There is no AC, but perhaps a ceiling fan would suffice.
They also have a rooftop/terrace where you can just lounge after a long day of exploring Chefchaouen!
Spacious!! I had a single room but could have easily been for two people and there would still be ample space for everyone.
This was such a great value – 300 Dirhams (which is about $30 USD) a night with breakfast included – and you really get that authentic Moroccan experience. I can’t recommend this place enough.