Grand Hôtel Villa de France
St Andrew’s Church
St Andrew's Church is one of the more charming oddities of Tangier. Completed in 1905, on land granted by Queen Victoria, the interior...
DARNA, The Women’s Association of Tangier
The yellow building opposite La Terrasse is a small complex offering an inexpensive restaurant, a boutique shop with crafts and...
Centre Culturel Ibn Khaldoun
In this fine, well-restored art deco building you’ll find both indie and mainstream films, mostly American, Moroccan, Spanish or French...
One of Tangier’s top restaurants, this chic and classy place inside the El-Minzah Hotel offers a smaller, more intimate version of the...
Rue de la Liberté · interesting places nearby
Grand Hôtel Villa de France information
To the north of Pl de France in the ville nouvelle, down Rue de la Liberté, stands the closed (though possibly to reopen) Grand Hôtel Villa de France. The French painter Eugène Delacroix stayed here in 1832, when it really was a grand hotel. His fellow artist and compatriot, Henri Matisse, followed in the early 1900s.