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Aline Hostel Reviews

Av Sidi Ahmed el Uafi, 2, Chaouen, Chefchaouen, Morocco

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230 Total Reviews
  • 93%Value For Money
  • 83%Security
  • 90%Location
  • 89%Staff
  • 88%Atmosphere
  • 81%Cleanliness
  • 84%Facilities

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aline seemed to have some poor reviews around the time i was here but i enjoyed my stay and saw nothing wrong (cleanliness or otherwise). Would stay here again. One thing that I would say is needed is getting connected with some of the tour groups in town like most hostels. Thus having the ability to help arrange excursions. I only got a poor black and white map from the front desk. Didn't matter though since i had my own guide book.


Nice and cosy hostel with a great staff! We enjoyed our stay at Chefchaouen in this hostel. We recommand!


Lovely place with a great roof top view in beautiful Chefchaouen. Staff are very friendly, and breakfast is great. No lockers but dorm rooms lock with key you can leave at reception. Very quiet while I was there, but town is not so touristy anyway.


Wifi wasn't working, although they advertise it. It is not very clean, there is one shower and one toilet for all the guests. We also had bed bugs and changed the hostels after one night. We were recommended this hostel in Funky Fes hostel in Fes, obviously they know each other.

  • 11th Sep 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Slovenia
  • Female, 25-30
  • (1 review)


Bed bugs!!!!! Don't stay here, I got bed bugs and my friends found a bed bug in their bed in a separate room. When we showed it to the owner he said this is only one where are the rest. You are not paying a lot for the room, as if having bed bugs is a normal thing. Don't stay here. I had to cut my holiday short because of this.


This hostel feels like your back home with gret seating areas in the rooftop and common room. The atmosphere has potential to be great but was a little empty when we were there. Very close to the medina. It is very easy to find with a huge sign out the front. Staff are very friendly but helps if you speak French. Beautiful view On the rooftop. Really love this place and would go back in a heart beat.


Whilst the hostel is in a relatively good location, the actually premises aren't that great. The manager was helpful but unprofessional at the same time, walking around without a shirt on. The 6 bed dorm room we stayed in was spacious, however the beds were small and uncomfortable. There was no air conditioning or a ceiling fan. The bathrooms weren't that clean, the water not hot and toilet paper was scarce. I would not stay here again. I would pay extra to stay in a hotel


Comfortable hostel. Friendly staff. Good area to medina however steep hills and quite a walk room bus station(20- 30 mins). Limited on terrace socialise. NotaNot a hostel for those looking forafor a party or allnighter


Hostel Aline was good. It had the basics, was clean and the staff were relatively helpful. I enjoyed my stay and if I was to go back to the town I would not hesitate to stay there again!


Really nice hostel, great roof terrace, breakfast to get you going, easy to find and close to the medina.


Everything's good. Expect for the shower that wasn't working properly.


Inviting friendly staff, delicious breakfast, beautiful secluded rooftop and comfy beds! A lot lot lot nicer than what you would expect for the price.

  • 25th Jun 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • England
  • Female, 25-30
  • (1 review)


Second time staying here and it is as good as it ever was, thanks!


The hostel was empty and the beds are beautiful, the community bathrooms we got to ourselves. It's on the border of the medina, which can be good or bad. The son was extremely friendly, but as others said, it's hard communicating with the father. They take the key every time you leave the hostel, so they have to wait up for you on late arrival and we had to wake him up to leave early! We felt bad but it's fairly normal during travel. For $10/night, it's hard to complain.


A great Moroccan hostel experience overall. Clean, comfortable beds and blankets, above-average facilities (decently-equipped kitchen, three bathrooms with western-style toilets, good water pressure/heat). The host was friendly and accommodating, though he did not allow alcohol in the hostel (understandably) or for my engaged friends to share a room together (a bit harder to understand).


Bed bugs!

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sorry, dearling, we never had bed bugs.


The bathrooms were extremely clean and the hot water was very good. There is a key to each dormitory that you leave with the front desk when you go out and the front door to the hostel is almost always locked. My friend was staying at a different hostel and they wouldn't even let him come inside for a visit so they definitely keep a decent level of security. Breakfast was just bad and butter with coffee but the WiFi worked really well and overall it's a good hostel for your money.


quiet location; yet not very far from the central square and the lovely river with its variety of small terraces is also closeby...good wifi reception and kitchen on terrace + small shops just outside... also friendly staff...


Nothing special but good standard hostel.


It's a small hostel with a pretty good vibe. The owner only speaks French and Arabic, and will charge you 80dh/night unless you challenge it.

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