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45 Rue de Commerce, Tangier 90000 Morocco
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#4 of 63 B&Bs / Inns in Tangier
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This traditional riad located right in the middle of Tangiers' medina was renovated by a young Tangerine interior's designer, Walid Bennis. You will be enthraled by its imposing dimensions and its area fully dedicated to calmness and comfort. Behind a finely crafted wooden door, a magnificent guest house is hidden, where Meriem, Soumaya and Paul will welcome you warmly and will make you discover Tangiers with all the senses.
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Property amenities
Paid public parking nearby
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Airport transportation
Rooftop terrace
24-hour security
24-hour front desk
Outdoor dining area
Steam room
Baggage storage
Outdoor furniture
Shared lounge / TV area
Sun deck
Sun loungers / beach chairs
Sun terrace
Express check-in / check-out
Laundry service
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Air conditioning
Flatscreen TV
Hair dryer
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City view
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Centrally Located
Languages Spoken
English, French, Spanish, Arabic
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Mark K wrote a review Mar 2020
New York City, New York108 contributions82 helpful votes
It's hard to actually put into words just how abysmally horrible my experiences were here. But allow me to try... Somewhere at the crossroads of a bad Bill Murray film and National Lampoon's Vacation, we have the Dar Souran... Prior to my arrival, despite me reconfirming my reservation several times, they asked me to reconfirm. Odd... When I arrived out of the 8 rooms total only two were sold that night. I thought they might have been sold out. My driver (from Chefcahauan) arrived just outside the Medina. The hotel sent two men to meet me and take me back to the property, which was about a 5 minute walk. One man carried one of my bags (older man with brown jacket) and the other (wearing traditional clothes) just kept harassing me. He kept going on about going to his friends shop, being my tour guide and in general, talking nonstop trying to hustle me out of any money he could! He was clearly associated with the other man (with the brown jacket) who carried my bag. If they were not connected, why did the man carrying my bag not shew him away?! When I arrived at the hotel I informed the girl working the desk about him. She said she would look into it. Breakfast was to be served at 8:30 but since I had to leave the hotel at 9, asked if I could have mine at 8. She said she would look into that too... As I went out for lunch the old guy who was harassing me upon check in resurfaced. Turns out he was just waiting outside. I'm fairly good with eschewing pesky hustlers like him but this guy was next level. I literally could not shake him. Imagine two soccer players feet while attempting to gain control of the ball! I came back to the hotel about 5 and decided to just call it a night. I checked again with the new person working at the desk about having breakfast 30 min earlier. She too said she would look into that. Hmm, I see a theme here... I decided to have Moroccan tea on the roof before I retired to my room. Lipton tea was what I was brought. The older man working in the evening told me that they don't have Moroccan tea. I stayed at a total of 5 properties during my 9 day trip and the very first thing I was brought---upon check in---was Moroccan mint tea. Here you get nothing but the room key. The evening shift man told me that is was NOT possible to serve me breakfast at 8 am. Keep in mind, out of the 8 rooms they had, there was ONLY one other room occupied! He told me this was because he needed to buy bread in the morning and the stores don't open til 8 or so. However, I was served crepes, Lipton tea and asked if I wanted eggs, so bread was totally nonexistent until afterwards. This guy had such an aggressive, intense inhospitable demeanor that I didn't even want to interact with him. A blank stare with single word responses such as "NO" was the theme with him... There were candles in the room (which had been lit) so I asked if I could borrow a lighter---which he had, but he said "NO". No matter what I asked him it was a herculean effort. I finally just went to my room and 'relaxed'. Since I had a great time the previous week prior to arriving in Tangier and at the Dar Souran, I simply laughed it off... The hotel itself is fairly OK---except for the shard of GLASS in my bathroom I almost stepped on barefoot, coming out of the shower! Almost ALL of the lights (to common spaces) were turned off... Saving on the the electric bill at the expense of a paying guest! This place DEFINITELY has the 'WOW' factor... Sadly, just not in the right direction...
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Date of stay: February 2020
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Jilliana RB wrote a review Feb 2020
Brighton and Hove, United Kingdom4,287 contributions392 helpful votes
Highly recommended this delightful friendly French owned Dar has been designed by a young Moroccan decorator in excellent taste and fine detail. Owned by Paul with manageress Jihane, it is efficiently run. Breakfast served on the third floor terrace 8.30-10.30 with linguist Momo at the helm speaking 8 languages! Lift. A rare plus in the Médina. Safe location in the heart of the medina. 24 hour service. Beautiful comfortable lounges to linger in on first and second floors. Bottle of water offered. Fridge for guests on first floor in guest kitchen. Near Grand cafe on Petit Socco. Payment can be with Euros. Weak wifi at night. Help with luggage to get a taxi to the airport. Home from home. I will return!
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Travelled solo
granbrandrew wrote a review Jan 2020
Florence, Alabama187 contributions60 helpful votes
The food and service - 5 stars amazing!!!! It is quite a hike to get here, this was only a second city on our trip, and we were introduced to the challenges of staying inside the medina here - steep difficult walks with luggage. I absolutely love Morocco - but definitely pack light!!! We had a wonderful supper and breakfast here and the views from the terrace are fantastic. The rooms are old world luxury. This was actually the only riad we stayed at with an elevator, but it is super small and there was an argument between the manager and the staff when we arrived - and that really is the only reason I give this place a 4 star, it seemed like the manager didn't treat the staff very well.
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Date of stay: December 2019
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vermagic wrote a review Nov 2019
Bronx, New York58 contributions30 helpful votes
We got a large room for not much money and were so happy here. The decor is lovely, but it's the people that make this place - they were SUPER helpful, even did our laundry for us for free. The breakfast was basic - good - eggs and fresh juice bread and croissant - served on a terrace with nice sea views. The location, a bit hard to find at first - is super central - very close to the Petit Socco. I would come back here in a heartbeat. It was a bit loud at night from our room but nothing horrible - mostly neighbors watching TV sort of thing - and I think this is just normal "medina life". We loved the towel warming racks in the bathroom and the overall feeling of this place. It feels like staying in a friends house.
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Date of stay: November 2019
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Maine_Traveler74 wrote a review Nov 2019
Maine_Traveler91157 contributions53 helpful votes
We arranged a 12 day tour of Morocco and planned two days in Tangier first. Out guiding service recommended Dar Souran and we have been very pleased. It is difficult to find and we would highly recommend that if coming from airport you arrange for Dar Souran to arrange a taxi. They will then meet you on the street and help you with your bags to find the riad. It is a lovely place with beautiful doors to each room. Wonderful sitting areas on each level and a delightful rooftop terrace for viewing the Medina, sipping our Scotch in the evening and for a simple but delicious breakfast. This included chocolate croissant, freshly squeezed OJ, and eggs. They recommend a nice restaurant and a guide for the day. The rooms ave a few minor quirks and if your tastes run towards five star hotels then this is probably not for you. It was definitely the right choice for us
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Date of stay: November 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
US$88 - US$119 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Dar Souran
Which popular attractions are close to Dar Souran?
Nearby attractions include American Legation (0.2 miles), Cinema Rif (0.2 miles), and Petit Socco (0.05 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Dar Souran?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and airport transportation.
What food & drink options are available at Dar Souran?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and an outdoor dining area during their stay.
Is parking available at Dar Souran?
Yes, paid public parking nearby is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Dar Souran?
Conveniently located restaurants include Restaurant Ahlen, Ch'Hiwat L'Couple, and Restaurant Rif Kebdani.
Does Dar Souran have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Dar Souran offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Is Dar Souran located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.6 miles away from the centre of Tangier.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Dar Souran?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, French, and Arabic.
Are there any historical sites close to Dar Souran?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Tangier Casbah (2.7 miles), Petit Socco (0.05 miles), and Place du Grand 9 Avril 1947 (0.2 miles).
Does Dar Souran have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the city view available here.