Melissa W -
Good service, beautiful traditional rooms. - Jan 13, 2019
We have had a lovely stay at Dar Jameel. Just a few minutes walk to the beach and right in the old centre. The service was very good, so friendly and helpful. Speaking all different languages so no problems with communication. They prepared us a babycrib in our room since we were traveling with our 5 month old daughter and we even had our own waterboiler (and sterilized water) to make her milk in the early morning. Beautiful rooms decorated in the traditional style and a wonderful rooftop terrace to overview the medina and even the sea coast. Loved it.« less ...
   Moises O - Manresa, Spain
Good option inside Medina - Nov 6, 2018
We spent 4 nights at Dar Jameel, room named Leila on the 3rd floor. This riad is all what you can expect for a riad in Morocco, it has a great location, just one step of the main street of medina and the port. All the decoration is so beautiful and makes you feel like in a Moroccan dream. They have a great roof terrace with fantastic views over Tangier. All the staff is very helpful and kind. They offer a good breaksfast with some moroccan food. Our room “Leila” was big enough and cozy, with nice views through the window to Tangier’s bay. Just a little bit cold in the bathroom.The only 2 “negative” points are that there are many steps (it’s a problem if you travel with children or if you have some health problem, there is no lift) and aslo that they charged 3€ for person and night as a city tourist tax, which I read that is not a fix tax for all the hotels in city but every place charges what they want. I think it’s a bit expensive and nobody concerned about it before.Despite of it, I highly recomend this place for your visit to Tangier if you want to feel in a real Moroccan house with helpful staff.chidambar, Owner at Dar Jameel, responded to this review Dear guest, thank you for your kind comments and high recommendation about Dar Jameel. Regarding your comments about the the city tax you mentioned. In no way does every place charge what they want. This is a fixed legal obligation required per person per night at legally registered establishments for guests and goes directly to the Moroccan government. According to Moroccan law, smaller guesthouses are required to pay more per person than much larger 4 and 5 star establishments. This may explain your misunderstanding. We hope to see you on your next visit to Tangier. « less ...
   251karen - New Westminster, Canada
A peaceful retreat in a busy neighbourhood! - Oct 12, 2018
The Dar Jameel is a beautiful spot to stay in the heart of the Medina yet within walking distance of the port and ferry to Tarifa. The staff were welcoming, professional and able to suggest great places to eat and visit, in excellent English. Our favourite place to sit was on the rooftop at night where we could soak in the amazing views and enjoy the peace and quiet far above the busy streets. Our room was on the third floor which was handy for breakfast in the morning. The Riad had steep stairs which could be a problem for people with mobility issues but there are rooms available on the ground floor. The inner courtyard is beautiful with traditional tiles and seating. We would highly recommend Dar Jameel and also the walking tour organized by staff and guided by Abdul.« less ...