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The area may not seem very safe but it's actually fine and very central. It's a 10 min walk to the port if you are planning to catch a ferry to Spain. The staff is very friendly and we got lots of useful tips and recommendations. We had a great dinner in the Alibaba restaurant recommended by the staff.
Dar Bargach is lovely; almost as lovely as the staff that runs it! Mohammed and Khaltar (I apologize if I spelled your incorrectly) will ensure that you feel at home and will go to great lengths to make your stay comfortable. Mohammed even prepared an early breakfast for my friend and me so we could catch our train. I will be seeing you guys in the future, inshallah! (Just a tip for light sleepers like me: bring a pair of ear plugs like I did and you'll sleep fine!)
Dar Bargach is an awesome place to stay in Tangier. After a long day exploring the city and medina it was so nice to have a place like Dar Bargach to come back to each evening. The staff are extremely helpful and welcoming (Mohammed was so nice) and really make you feel at home. Breakfast is simple but very nice and the mint tea was great. Thanks for a great stay.
An excellent place to stay, and a good location top marks! Couldn't find any fault with them. Very helpful staff and very clean.
This is a lovely and clean little Riad with a small terrace with views over Tangier. The terrace would be a lot nicer if there were somewhere to sit and enjoy the sun. Staff are wonderful and helpful and the rooms are cleaned every day. It is a quiet place with a small breakfast served every morning and overall great value.
Really nice place to stay. The people are friendly and the hostel is clean. If you are a little bit claustophic like me, be sure you will take one of he rooms with a windown. The only thing is the hostel is placed in Medina. It´s not complicated to get there if you know how to oriented yourself in this region, but it´s not the safest region in Tangier, specially at night.
Nice room, quite small but had a comfy bed, private bathroom and air con, free breakfast and decent location. Wasn't a fan of the town itself and felt quite unsafe as a woman, even fully covered, however this riad was a nice get away from the town
We had an amazing seven nights stay at Dar Bargach. The location of the hostel right within the Medina is fantastic and the staff are extremely helpful, discrete and friendly. The rooms are small, but clean and comfortable with windows facing the court yard. Breakfast served in Moroccan style, was tasty and filling. The roof terrace, where we spend many happy afternoons and evenings, offers amazing views over the Medina and Tangier. Many thanks to the staff that made our stay so pleasant.
- Novice Nomad
- Couple, 31-40
- (1 review)
Had a really great stay at Dar Bargach! The hosts where incredibly friendly, and helped with a lot of stuff, such as providing information about Tangier, Morocco, and helping getting a moroccan phone and phone number. My friend lived outside of Tangier, but they had absolutely no problem with him using the facilities in the house. As I'm going to live in Morocco for 5 months, I am really thankful that Muhammed and the others at Dar Bargach were my first impression of the country!
Staff was very helpful and welcoming. This hotel was a pleasant and calm: much needed after a day in the medina :) in relative terms, it was quite easy to locate from the ferry. Complimentary Breakfast was simple and perfect.
- Novice Nomad
- Mixed Group, 31-40
- (1 review)
The riad is beautiful and honestly not that hard to find. There are Enormous rooms that got cool enough at night without air conditioning and breakfast was included. Ben, the manager, had a tendency to be brusque at times, but I chalk that up to Ramadan and how young he is. It's a nice place, I recommend it.
Our room was nice and clean, the breakfast was good and the staff very friendly. We would come again.
excellent hostel.. the best stuff I have ever met in a hostel.. they were very helpful and they made u feel like home.. 10/10
very good house, well situated in the medina, great roof terrace with an overwhelming view over the city & the best staff ever!!! had a great stay - shukran! :)
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 31-40
- (1 review)
Because I had an early departure prior to breakfast time the riad staff kindly brought me some snacks and drinks to take with me first thing in the morning - very thoughtful thanks!
It was all very nice although the rooms are very dark but I think this is specific about rihads.
All gorgeous as always ... is already the second time that we go to this facility and the third one that we go to Meknes ... We loved the Riad and have breakfast on the terrace with a balcony overlooking the main square is priceless!
This is a cute hotel but definitely not a hostel. No main area inside to relax without hotel staff sitting in the same area with you. Fairly easy to walk to from the Tarifa port following the dar jameel hostel signs (since they're near each other). The kitchen is for hotel use only. Staff are nice, but know your exchange rates ahead. They tried to charge me 300 extra Dirham "accidentally" ($35 ). Also, it's small and you can hear every conversation anyone has because of the c configuration.