Soco225 - Tangier, Morocco
Excellent location, superb staff and service - Mar 16, 2019
I’ve been staying at Dar Yasmine since the start of February when I had an accident that prevented me from travelling on to Europe. While I haven’t been able to get out and around to see much of Tangier, I can strongly recommend this hotel to anyone. It’s in the old Médina so the location is excellent. It’s also close to the port, the waterfront, the kasbah museum, the American Legation and more. It’s very clean and comfortable with generous bathrooms, and the staff treat you like family. Nothing is too much trouble for them. They have bent over backwards to look after me and have made my time so much more bearable. Being away from family and home when you’re injured can be lonely and isolating, but my new family at Dar Yasmine have ensured I felt cared for and not alone. Breakfast is plentiful, varied, includes the obligatory mint tea I’ve become accustomed to in Morocco and served on the rooftop terrace where you have a view of the water. I’ve watched a lot of Netflix while injured courtesy of the hotel’s free wifi. Hana the day manager is fluent in Spanish, French and English (as well as her native Arabic) and has been my saving grace. Everything she does for the guests is done with love and a generous heart. I don’t know what I would have done without her. You are close to the mosque and hear the call to prayer, but this is part of the experience in my opinion. I hear it if I’m awake but it doesn’t wake me. If you’re a light sleeper you might want to pack ear plugs just in case.« less

   Minnamaija M -
Weekend - Sep 9, 2018
Tánger Dar Yasmine again, this time with the family. Near the harbour of Tánger Ville ( 15 min. By walking from the boat) and this time we took hop in -hop off bus from there also. Ask what ever the stuff will tell you the best way to do it.« less

   Boostie S -
Dont - Aug 13, 2018
Very expensive for so little,. Tiny room and bathroom. No lift. Dodgy air conditioning. Very poor breakfast selection which was frozen and reheated each day. Only good part was proximity to the Medina and rooftop. Please book elsewhere.« less

   minniegirl01 - Northfield, Minnesota
Good location, but not great for sleeping. - Jul 26, 2018
Our travel agent booked our two-night stay here. I did read reviews regarding the noise from the adjacent Grand Mosque. At first, the prayers which are five times a day at seemed like random times, were kind of charming. However, at 3:30 a.m. on our second night, it went on for what seemed like forever (at least a half hour of praying and singing). Beware when using the shower as the drain was shut the first time we used it and flooded the bathroom floor. Told the manager, Hannah, about it and she apologized and said she forgot to tell us about it.Wi-Fi was decent. Air conditioning was not. Breakfast was lacking although it was pretty on the upper level. The coffee and fresh squeezed orange juice was good, but food consisted of breads, a hard-boiled egg and yogurt. Pros: Good location in the Medina near the Grand Socco. Nicely decorated, and cool Moroccan atmosphere.Cons: Noise from the Mosque. Place smelled of sewer gas. Room A/C not good. Have to ring a bell to gain entry. Pre-paid for the room through our travel agent but got a $171 Dirham bill for room tax. This came as a surprise as we did not expect it and did not pay for any additional fees anyplace we stayed in Spain. I'd stay someplace else.« less

   davisrich - Ellicott City, Maryland
Friendly Setting in the heart of the Medina - Jul 6, 2018
This 10 room hotel is in the heart of Tanger Medina, just a short walk to the Kasbah. We stayed in room 10 at the top floor which has the only view of sea. Breakfast area one floor up has even a better sea view as well as to the tops of the surrounding houses. Breakfast of coffee, croissants, Moroccan pancakes, yogurt and hard boiled eggs was delicious with fresh squeezed orange juice while you waited. Staff was very helpful with directions and restaurant reservations. Room was comfortable though needed to keep window closed at night due to lose proximity to the mosque with morning and evening prayers.« less