The local hammam is the traditional way to get clean – and pretty cheap, too.
The soulless bar here is OK for a beer, but wine is only available if you eat in the somewhat dubious restaurant. Beers are Dh25.
This miniscule place has no sign outside, but is worth seeking out for its delicious b'sara (dried broad bean soup) with fresh bread...
Ensemble Artisanal information
Lonely Planet review
Chefchaouen remains an artisan centre and, as such, an excellent place to shop - especially for woven rugs and blankets in bright primary colours. Many shops have looms in situ, so you can see the blankets being made. Previously silk was the material of choice: the mulberry trees in Plaza Uta el-Hammam are a legacy of these times. Most of the weaving nowadays is with wool, one of the area's biggest products.
It's worth stopping at the Ensemble Artisinal, if only for the sake of comparison.