Lonely Planet review
A large guesthouse on the 2nd floor above its restaurant, this long-established upmarket choice is showing its age a bit, but has sizable rooms with creative layouts, including beds tucked into alcoves, fireplaces and an in-house hammam. The terrace provides an elegant lounge, and the cosy Restaurant Tissemlal a warm hearth.
Our independent authors have visited Casa Hassan and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Chefchaouen.
Services & facilities
- Air conditioning
Interesting places nearby
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