Lonely Planet review
This is a perfectly renovated riad at the very top of the kasbah, with 10 rooms of different personalities, easily accessible by car (a rarity), with highly attentive hosts. Bathed in light and lined with rope banisters, it feels like an elegant, Berber-carpeted steamship cresting the medina. The roof terrace overlooks the ancient crenellated walls of the kasbah, while below, neighbourhood washing hangs from abandoned coastal cannons, proclaiming the passage of history. Reserve early. Dinner is available on request.
Our independent authors have visited La Tangerina and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Tangier.
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