The first day I arrived at Dar Dalia, I was told by the owner "you are the only one to stay here today, you can use it as your home" I realized the meaning soon after, which was the owner or any other stuff won't stay at the Dar in the evening. The owner said "it's Ramadan, I go home in the evening to have meal with my family, you are free here alone!" Why I have to be a guard for the Dar as a customer? Why I have to feel so unsafe? In the end, another customers stayed, I wasn't alone, but you never know what could happen, there may be any facility trouble or another customers might not be trustable. He could hire someone to stay in the evening if he wants to go home, just like any other accommodations. Or he should close the Dar during Ramadan. He wants to make money, but also wants holidays... He must not be an owner for accommodation.
Other than feeling unsafe, it was quite good location, wifi worked well in the bedroom too. However, at this one point, I NEVER recommend to stay here.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Dar Dalia is a guest house located on the source road in Chefchaouen. This traditional house has been completely restored with traditional and local materials. In order to respect the environment, the house is equipped with a solar system for heating water. While preserving its authenticity, the pleasures of modern comfort have been added. Dar Dalia offers its guests tranquility, friendliness and comfort. ... more less
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