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Résidence Hôtelière Douar Souiri
Hôtel Souiri Perfectly placed and well kept, this central hotel has a range of rooms varying from small singles with over-the-top stencilled paintwork to a rooftop apartment complete with seating area, kitchen and terrace.
Conversation comes easily in this inn off Riad Zitoun el-Kedim, run by a Moroccan-German family, with 23 rooms, sunny terraces, and a mellow-yellow courtyard with a trickling fountain. Ten rooms have air-con and a couple have slinky tadelakt tubs...
Hotel Nacional Melilla
This hotel has mostly compact rooms, with minibar, quaint iron furniture and modern bathrooms. Those facing inside are a bit dark, so get one looking to the street. Management is friendly, and there’s a lift...
This former pasha’s residence, entered through the east wall of the kasbah, lives up to its palatial name, with gardens, pools and fountains (one inhabited by turtles) on various levels...
Generous cooks, a homey living room and energetic young French family owners make the Eden, off Rue Riad Zitoun el-Kedim, a magnetic, sociable spot. Pull up a chair in the air-conditioned kitchen and watch culinary magic happen...
This four-star hotel has been completely renovated to excellent effect, including an impressive lobby and design-conscious rooms with TV, minibars and balconies. The restaurant puts out an impressive breakfast buffet.
Packed out in summer and deserted the rest of the year, this big holiday hotel has 65 comfortable, modern rooms with funky blue-and-white textiles, TV and fridge...
A block north of Ave Mohammed V, Hôtel Amlal is surprisingly calm, cordial and dustless. Rooms have iron bedsteads, teensy TVs and endearingly quirky decor-schemes.
Near the grands-taxis stands, this is the town’s only formal hotel. It’s unexpectedly large when you get inside, with plenty of rooms – good but unflashy. Most are en suite, although a few have separate (but still private) bathrooms...
This rather industrial-feeling three-star hotel is in an excellent location and offers standard-fare rooms with TV, fridges and balconies...
One block from the Djemaa el-Fna, Foucauld offers tiled, backpack-scuffed rooms with teensy private bathrooms and a reliable restaurant at the right price...
This is another good tourist-class hotel. Rooms are compact and modern, and the service is reliable. Reassuringly unexciting.
Oujda’s best hotel by some distance, the Atlas is a new and professionally run business-class outfit. Plush rooms look out either to the medina or the lovely gardens, plus there are two restaurants, a nightclub and pool if you’re in need of diversions.
Readers have recommended this bright hotel with lots of light, sparkling marble floors and pastel walls...
Quirky, cosy rooms with en-suite bathrooms in a renovated kasbah built in 1944 for the local caïd. For more space, upgrade to the converted kitchen guest room with high, palm-beam ceilings...
Don’t be fooled by the setting behind the bus station (handy for early or late arrivals): inside are 26 comfortable, quiet rooms (half with air-con) with en-suite bathrooms, plus a cafe downstairs.
Casablanca Le Lido Thalasso & Spa (Ex Riad Salam)
Riad Salam is the top spot along the waterfront. The nonsmoking rooms with low couches, woven rugs and decorative tiling are centred on the hotel’s three swimming pools and landscaped terrace...
Rooms here are pretty standard and are in marked contrast to the elegant downstairs lobby, with its classic elevator and curving staircase...
Hôtel Les Saisons
This small hotel offers extremely comfortable, well-appointed and quiet rooms with all the usual facilities: a safe, minibar, satellite TV and direct-dial phone...
Parador De Melilla
You’ll need a vehicle to get to this very classy choice with large, grand rooms, warm use of wood throughout, a high level of quality furnishings and balconies with great views to sea. The circular dining room overlooking the city is an elegant touch...
Hotel Al Khaima
Just north of town by the beach, this three-star, 110-room resort is a big, brash place with everything from tennis courts to minigolf and disco on offer...
Atlas Almohades Tanger
This international chain does what you'd expect, provide high-quality, comfortable and spacious rooms, with all mod cons. But for the great views over the bay, you could almost be anywhere in the world.