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43, Avenue Mohamed VI, 90000 Tanger – Show map
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Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Breakfast in the Room
Free! WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Free! Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Room Service, 24-Hour Front Desk, Currency Exchange, Baggage Storage, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Ironing Service, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying, Souvenir/Gift Shop
Newspapers, Safe, Shops (on site), Family Rooms, Elevator, Heating
French, Spanish, English, Arabic
12:00 PM - 6:00 PM
7:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Free! One child under 4 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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Score from 538 reviews Very good
The Rif is located a short walk from the coast in the Moroccan city of Tangier. It has an outdoor swimming pool, a health and beauty salon and a spa.
Score from 280 reviews Good
Offering a restaurant, Appart Hôtel Le Rio offers self-catering accommodation. Free WiFi access is available.
Score from 16 reviews Wonderful
This 4-star hotel, in the heart of Tangier, overlooks the Strait of Gibraltar and the Bay of Tangier. It features an outdoor pool, and offers air-conditioned guest rooms.
Score from 430 reviews Very good
Staff were very friendly & helpful, rooms were perfect & beds were lovely to sleep in
Very expensive in August
The hotel was clean and in a great location to shops, beach eyc
Had to wait 1 hour before got in our room.
Although obviously an older hotel, it has been reasonably nicely appointed.
1. Wi-fi didn't work. 2. The air conditioner didn't work. 3. The hotel's staff seem to lack any interest in resolving the above two problems. 4. The bloke at the reception advised me to use the hotel's ATM for a cash withdrawal. When I told him after I'd tried using it that it didn't work, he said that he knew that it didn't work and I'd have to use another one. Confusing. 5. Overall customer service provided by reception gave the impression that they had better things to do than look after me.
wonderful sea views very near from the beach (1 min on foot) very nice swimming pool near from the Tanger Medina (10 min on foot)
Staff &Cleaing peaple
A lo Smokng in the hotel to nwasy alot peaple from out side use the pool he gees ofthe hotel they have No plase left a lt f Smoke inside the e Rooms
On the beach.
Looking a bit tired and needs some renovation or upgrade to rooms etc.
Everything. Good location by the beach. Walking distance (or short and cheap taxi ride) to the medina and port for ferries to Tarifa. This is a beautiful hotel and worth it's 4 stars. Would definitely stay here again. They are licensed to sell alcohol and do have live music in the evenings. Tea and coffee making facilities in the rooms an added bonus as many hotels in Morocco don't have this.
Can't think of anything.
Very nice room...large, clean, well equiped, comfortable and with a gorgeous view of the sea. Included breakfast was convenient as well as tasty. Public spaces were comfortable and pleasant.
The neighborhood is a little bit questionable. We took a walk along the esplanade during the day but wouldn't have at night.
Road Noise in the evening, at around 3am a group of young men decided to see if their car horns worked. They were extremely thorough for approx. 1 hour.
furniture in rooms POOr
Prime Location for beach, local restaurants, and ferry ports
Due to location to main road and beach, can be noisy at night.
Good location Very friendly staff I would like to thanks all reception staff
There was very old TV in the room and no DVD .
Great view of the Boulevard, rooms are very spacious and clean. Would recommend it.
Rooms very spacious. Nice view of the beach
Bar noise every night was loud from 11pm till 4 am. Poor place to sleep
Noise at night due to busy road and connecting door to next room.
Receptionist Asmahan and Jameel was very friendly and helpful. Thanks alot for them. Also bellboy with glasses. The location and the wiev of the room is perfect.
The room was too cold. Ac is not working. Actually everywhere in the hotel was too cold. There is a tax 1,5 euro per person per night that i have never seen before in any country. About Aisha a person who thinks herself as manager of the hotel was so rude. She needs to be polite while speaking with the customers of the hotel. Normally i need to stay 10 more days but because of manager Aisha i checked-out to new hotel. The manager Aisha has to get some education about the human relations. Hopefully there is some helpfull stuff in the hotel like front office stuff and the waitress who is smiling in the morning.
Very bad experience; smoking get inside my room all the nights; I could not sleep well 6 nights; I talked to the staff but nothing happened. High tuff musice from the restaurant on the 7 th floor makes your night nightmare. I do nor recommond this hotel; I will never book this hotel anymore.
A helpful concierge, thankfully. Close to beach but also very loud nightclubs.
A hotel with racist and xenophobic reception and a favoured roost for prostitutes. I have stayed in a lot of hotels all around the world and the Atlas Almohades is by far the worst I have ever experienced. The receptionist was racist and xenophobic and made it clear he did not want to serve my nationality. Whilst asking for directions he would actually just turn & walk-away, preferring to help customers who were obviously 'more local'. I've never seen anything like it. He became aware that I had found out his name so I could complain to management. Whilst I was getting directions from the very helpful concierge, this receptionist walked across the lobby and rudely interrupted and started shouting in my face "what's the problem, what's the problem" and then walked away laughing loudly. On arrival the receptionist failed to inform me about any of the facilities in the hotel such as the gym and the availability of breakfast in my room. The room itself had no hotel guide so I missed breakfast. The hotel is next to the beach and a lot of nightclubs which are open till gone 4am. The hotel also has a loud music bar downstairs and a nightclub upstairs. You will struggle to get any sleep here. Both bars are popular with prostitutes. I was hounded by one who wouldn't take no for an answer. The bar staff didn't care less and even allowed her to try to put her drinks on my bill. My room had a wardrobe that was falling apart and unpainted plaster repairs across the ceiling. A lot of items in the room where either missing or broken, including the air conditioning. The bed sheets where worn and thin and did not fit the bed. Meaning they would come off the bed in the night leaving me sleeping on a bare stained mattress. I did get breakfast on my second day. I was glad I missed it the first day. The only thing that was edible was some croissants. I emailed the group head office and hotel manager whilst there and again on returning home.
Location, right across the beach
location room space
we were with 3 friends, and there were no separate beds. The extra bed which was given was VERY uncomfortable. staff was not able to fulfill any service requests on a level you would expect at a 4-star hotel! For a Spa treatment the reception told us to go to Atlas Rif & Spa which was very filthy, old and without professionals.
Location; lobby; bathroom; car park
Room needing a fresher look, with a decrepit wardrobe and a desk chair that one would expect to find in a prison cell
Rooms were in need of update
Comfortable spacious room with large beds. Nice balcony and great seaview. Large bathroom. Breakfast was filling with plenty of choices and hot pancakes made on the spot. Central location means easy to get cheap taxis at any time. Staff were courteous, helpful and always available.
Beachfront location means the incessant honking of cars by revellers from 4:00 AM on Sunday morning, prevent you from sleeping. Also I had the misfortune of having a gentleman in my next room who sang his prayers loudly every hour through the night. This is not the hotel's fault, but I did not sleep. The TV had only one English channel BBC World, so better pack a good book for the evenings.
I had a trouble with the hotel's staff .. a guest from outside entered the hotel and he came to my room directly .. no one asked him where are you going since he's not a guest in the hotel.. He gave some money to the bodyguards to give him access .. that's really strange and unsafe.
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