Casa La Palma is Anna and Carlos. While everything about the place is great, the rooms are simple but cozy, the food is fabulous, the water is hot, the roof-top terrace is perfect, what makes this place special are the owners. From the moment we called (last minute) to find a room, until we left three days later at some ungodly hour in the morning (there was Carlos to make sure we got off ok), Anna and Carlos were responsive, generous, and gracious hosts.
If you're looking for the height of luxury, Casa La Palma is not for you. It's not what they strive for, and certainly no what you pay for. Prices are very reasonable and the value is excellent.
Every one of their restaurant recommendations were spot on, so be sure to ask. And when you get tired of Moroccan fare or want a restful night in, they'll be happy to prepare (a delicious) dinner for you at the Casa. And as we left too early to have breakfast on our last day, Anna was kind enough to pack us one to go for the long bus trip.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Casa La Palma is a charming Maison D'Hotes located at the very top of the ancient Medina of Chefchaouen, just few minutes walking from the main square, Outa El- Hamman. The house (inaugurated in July, 2007)is completely renovated and consists of 5 bedrooms (all with bathroom), lounge, kitchen and two terraces on different levels from which to enjoy a wonderful view or sunbathing while having breakfast in the natural products of the area. Wood stove heating. ... more less
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