Best hotels and hostels in Al Hoceima

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    Casa Paca

    Approximately 8km south of Al Hoceima overlooking Plage Sfiha and El Peñon de Alhucemas, Casa Paca feels like a home away from home. Half-Spanish, half-Moroccan owner Joaquin and his wife Nabila make delicious dinners on demand (from Dh200) and bready breakfasts on the terrace. Rooms are comfortable, though pricey. In a city dominated by characterless hotels, this B&B is an excellent option.

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    Hotel Villa Florido

    This curvaceous art-deco hotel dating from 1920, an island in the Place du Rif, has some nice period charm. Rooms come in different sizes – the triples are huge – and have bathrooms and satellite TV, and most have a balcony. There’s a smart cafe downstairs (breakfasts from Dh20). All rooms face the streets, which can be noisy at night.

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    Mercure Quemado Resort

    This holiday-business hotel has been plonked down on Plage Quemado like a cruise ship washed ashore. Rooms are spacious, comfy and well maintained. There's a restaurant with buffet and à la carte options, and a bar where you can have a drink overlooking Plage Quemado. This luxury hotel also features a nightclub, spa and fitness centre.

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    Hotel Al Khouzama

    Just off Blvd Mohammed V, this rather bland two-star hotel remains popular with business travellers and stands out as one of the best accommodations in the city. The rooms are spacious (though those facing away from the street are a bit dark), and all come with bathrooms and satellite TV. The guys at reception are friendly and helpful.

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    La Perla

    This modern mirrored-glass high-rise business hotel has recently been upgraded and comes with comfortable rooms that feature satellite TV and large bathrooms. The location on a busy corner makes it quite noisy if you have rooms on the lower levels. There’s a cafe on the ground floor with good breakfasts, and a restaurant upstairs.

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    Suites Hotel Mohammed V

    A modern but characterless choice. Rooms are spacious and comfortable, with balconies giving truly grand views over the bay, though service is a little lackadaisical. There’s a restaurant, a bar and a gym, but no swimming pool.

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    Hotel Rif

    If your budget is really maxed out, you’ll end up in this long hallway lined with simple rooms, which are basic but reasonable for the price tag. In some rooms you get a sink, but bathrooms (squat toilets) are shared. For a handful of extra dirhams you can get a room with a shower.