Best hotels and hostels in Larache

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    Sultana Larache

    ­Hidden away down one of the medina’s winding lanes, this large house – said to have once been owned by a sultan – has been sensitively and stylishly restored. There are just three rooms with neutral-toned, smooth tadelakt (waterproof limestone plaster) walls and local touches, along with a breezy salon with medina views and a cosy salon with a log fire.

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    Hôtel España

    Housed in a handsome Hispano-Moorish building, this old-school hotel is a safe and friendly accommodation choice. Rooms are clean, comfortable and well maintained, with satellite TV and double-glazed windows. The best are at the front, with balconies overlooking the action on Place de la Libération.

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    La Maison Haute

    Colourful, with bags of character – the same goes for polyglot owner, Hassan – this Hispano-Moorish house overlooking the Zoco de la Alcaiceria has six rooms, an apartment sleeping four and a roof terrace with panoramic views over the medina and estuary. A family-home-turned-guesthouse, it's filled with fascinating, dusty antiques, but in need of some TLC. Hot water is not guaranteed.

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    Hôtel Somarían

    Housed in an unattractive modern building across the street from the covered central market, the Somarían offers colourful, comfortable rooms, all of which have spotless bathrooms.

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    Hotel Hay Essalam

    The best of Larache's low-budget accommodation options, this simple place offers a variety of room types; some have basic bathrooms and air-con, others are little more than unadorned cubes. Those at the front are light but noisy – light sleepers should opt for one at the rear. No English.

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    Pension Amal

    This little pension off pedestrianised Ave Mohammed Ben Abdallah offers clean but spartan tiled rooms.