The Melting Pot Hostel Tanger Reviews
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Great hostel! We had an awesome time there and met lots of people. It was clean, staff were very helpful and friendly, rooftop was lovely, kitchen was well equipped and breakfasts were good. The hostel is sign posted but people will try to divert you down random alleyways to take you on a detore and ask for money from you after. Just follow your instincts and the signs!!! It's pretty easy from hotel continental.
Good clean hostel. Only stated one night after catching ferry from Spain. Free breaky is good
Great hostel. It looks amazing and the staff, especially Maria, are very friendly and helpful. Rooftop bar with 360 sunshine is nice for relaxing too. Only downside is that it is located inside the medina which makes it a bit harder to find, especially at night when it is dark.
Well located hostel, very friendly stuff, great atmosphere.
Great place! Nice terrace. Very low door for entry watch your head! Little bar as well!
Good stay however night staff was incredibly rude.
Great Hostel situated in a beautiful building with a very friendly staff!
Great hostel, easy to find, good location and good atmosphere... breakfast is very delicious and everyone is very helpful at the hostel. Recommend it for sure!
This was my second time staying at the melting pot. Mind your head entering the front door! Look for the chalkboard with your name - a very nice welcoming gesture. Nice multilingual staff. Good facilities- kitchen, roof terrace with views of Gibraltar, common area. It is difficult to locate in the Medina. It is over priced compared to other hostels elsewhere in Morocco. Beer available for 25 dh, wine, mint tea and meals also. Overall very good hostel and good atmosphere.
Had 2 nights in the melting pot hostel. Was a nice place to start my travels in morocco. Staff were friendly and helpful. Nice roof terrace to hang out at nighttime and meet other people.
One of the best hostels I have stayed at in terms of the vibe. The staff was very welcoming. The rooms were a bit cramped and the lockers could barely fit a 13" laptop. Biggest issue during my stay: BED BUGS! But I dont think this should reflect poorly on the hostel as the owner assured me that they call an exterminator to treat every room once a month. I think someone brought the bugs with them.
There Are signs on the street telling you which way to go to find The hostel but they ain't very big you need to look for them. Breakfast is ok.
Nice hostel in Tangier. It is somewhat difficult to find if unfamiliar with navigating old medinas, but not by fault of the hostel. Directions provided are sufficient. Very clean bathrooms, staff knowledgable, very clean. Rooftop terrace is nice. Lockers provided including lock and key.
Nice hostel, not that hard to find (just ask to be left at the Continental hotel parking and from there you have indications). They have a great roof terrace, breakfeast is included which is nice. It is clean although there is only one toilet/shower on each floor so it can get a bit crowded. Recommended!!
Hostel was great good facilities all round great place to stay.
- Novice Nomad
- New Zealand
- Couple, 41+
- (1 review)
Breakfast was a nice extra at this hostel. The place is fairly easy to find, and not far from good places in Tangier. Staff were friendly and professional; overall a positive experience.
Great place, close to the ferry port in Tangier.
Awesome haven in the middle of the medina. Friendly
Loved the character of this hostel. The only downside was that the common areas closed so early (midnight). We visited during Ramadan so the city was open much later than usual but we felt like we had to go to bed right away when we got back because the rooms were open and there was no where to go. The staff was great at helping with directions in the confusing medina and recommendations. Would definitely go back!
Great place, hard to find though, just pay someone 10dirhams to take you to the door (without looping the entire medina)