Best hotels and hostels in Sidi Ifni

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    Logis La Marine

    Formerly the headquarters of the Spanish navy, this art-deco clifftop mansion has superb views of the Atlantic. Charming owners Benoit and Dominique have adorned many rooms with heritage art-deco furniture and local art, and shared breakfasts (included) and dinners (€15) are enjoyed in a shaded garden populated by a posse of tortoises. Bathrooms are relatively compact.

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    Hôtel Bellevue

    The art-deco charms of the Bellevue’s exterior are less awe-inspiring inside, where you'll find just a few lampshades and stained-glass windows. But ship-shape rooms and coastal views from the bar-restaurant and balconies make this a pleasant budget choice. Request an en-suite room upstairs; those downstairs are darker and the shared shower is a frugal rooftop affair.

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    Hôtel Suerte Loca

    Simple rooms, some with balconies overlooking Ifni's beach, feature at this friendly hotel adorned with mosaics and cactus. The friendly, English-speaking owner also presides over a lively cafe and bead shop on the ground floor, and surf lessons can be arranged. If you want to stick around for a while, there's an apartment available to rent for €140 per week.

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    Xanadu

    Tucked away off Ave Mohammed V, this restored house offers a contemporary take on the Ifni aesthetic, with soothing colours in each of the five rooms. Good breakfast is served on the roof and the book-filled lounge is ideal for whiling away an evening. Book ahead if you want to stay here; the host isn't always in town.

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    Camping Sidi Ifni

    Next to the outdoor swimming pool at the north end of the beach, with fabulous views of the roaring surf, this is a picture-perfect option for those who travel with their homes on their backs. It's beloved by European vanlife types.

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    Hôtel Ait Baamrane

    It's fewer than 100 steps from the door of your room to the water's edge at this beachfront pile of bricks, which is the main reason to stay here. Otherwise it's extremely basic, but the reasonably clean rooms are available for a pittance. There's an attached bar and restaurant overlooking the waves.

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    Hôtel Safa

    Neat and tidy, this hotel is a serviceable option just south of the old colonial district. Rooms are basic, but balconies offer a sliver of sea view and staff are friendly. There's a popular restaurant on the ground floor serving breakfast (included) and basic mains like pizza (from Dh50).