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HOTEL BEACH CLUB LEGZIRA is located in Sidi Ifni. Featuring room service, this property also welcomes guests with a restaurant and a terrace. The hotel features family rooms. Everything! Panoramic view on the sea, food (tajine with vegetables and chicken was the best ever!), breakfast was great too (loved their coffee!). Staff is smiley, helpful, ready to assist with anything you need
Located in Sidi Ifni, logis la marine has a restaurant, bar, garden, and free WiFi throughout the property. Boasting family rooms, this property also provides guests with a terrace. Location of guest house is perfect. On the top level of promenade near the ocean. The view is also unforgettable. All facilities was fine. Friendly and positive owners and staff. And full-chillout zone on the roof to see the stars at night. And the garden with five turtles. And fine breakfast :)
Maison Xanadu is offering accommodations in Sidi Ifni. Boasting family rooms, this property also provides guests with a terrace. I really liked the open air layout, attention to design, decoration and detail. We loved the roof top terrace and view. Patrick and team treated us well, I recommend staying here if you are in town.
Located in Sidi Ifni, Le Soleil Du Sud features accommodations with a terrace and free WiFi. Nice apartments only a 20-minute drive from Legzira beach. The owner lives near and gave keys to us in 5 minutes. Large bedroom with a double bed on the first floor, bathroom, kitchen, living room with sofas, TV and dining table. On the second floor are terrace and smaller bedroom also with a double bed. The kitchen is equipped with all the necessary. Large and small towels for all guests. Possibility to park a car on the street near the apartments.
Janna d'Ifni features an outdoor swimming pool, shared lounge, a garden and terrace in Sidi Ifni. The guest house has family rooms. Janna d'Ifni is a beautiful, well renovated art deco villa with cool garden and pool. Friendly owners Aurelie, David and Mehdi were helping us to remember our stay as superb!
Sidi Ifni is a small town on the Atlantic Ocean. The beaches are very nice and the center of the old city is beautiful -- both the restored and to be restored buildings. This town was a Spanish outpost until 1969 - its buildings are wonderful. A great place to relax.
Calmer than cities in the North, with a surprisingly vibrant night life in the town, and good coffee spots on the main street. The beach isn't nearly as nice as nice or clean as Essaouria for example, but rugged and serene
I don’t see the value in coming. The beach is dirty with plenty of garbage and quite rocky. Unless you are a surfer there is little to do. Some areas are pretty but others are run down so mostly unattractive. A seaside town long past it’s prime.
An old Spanish colonial town by the sea, with a few colonial buildings and streets left. Stayed in a couple of buildings with character, Suerte-Loca, and Logis la Marine for a bit of luxury. Not a lot to do apart from surf, walk the wild beach, or explore the old town, so good for 2/3 days, unless you like longer chilling!
Very laid back town. People don't hassle you, in fact very helpful and honest with prices. Not much to actually do there if you don't surf, but it was nice to get out of the big cities for a while.
I have been aware of Sidi Ifni for 30 plus years and finally made it there in April. The Town is very quiet ( By Moroccan standards ). The Old Spanish quarter remains and some of the buildings have been revamped now using the Regional Blue and white as opposed to the preferred Spanish Colour Schemes and is well worth a visit. The Hotel Bellvue is the only licenced premises at present and commands a great view over the Beach and old quarter. I had a great afternoon visiting the old and new town and made the long walk across the now abandoned Airfield to look at both the old Airport buildings and then the weird remnants of what was once an ingenious cable car system which allowed the Spanish to import goods from cargo ships. A modern fishing port has replaced it.