We went to Chefchaouen from Fes by bus for an overnight trip & stayed at the Casa la Palma. Carlos picked us up from Bab Mahrouk & walked us to the guesthouse. We were in Room 5, the one with the purple bedspread. The room was cozy & comfortable with a nice bathroom. They have a nice terrace with views of the mountains. The wi-if was good & everything was very clean.We followed Carlos's directions down to the medina & river - took wrong turns sometimes & got lost but that's half the fun really in wandering around this lovely little blue town. The main square is very charming with the kasbah,restaurants & colourful shops selling local handicrafts. The textiles in this town were so bright & full of colour contrasting against the blue & white walls that one is almost compelled to take multiple snapshots. I liked some pretty cushion covers in the riad & Anna gave me directions to the shop selling them. The owner is the weaver himself & it was really nice to observe him at work.
We had only 1 night there but it was definitely worth visiting such a picturesque town.
- 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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