If you’re looking for a romantic spa in Tangier, look no further than Fredj Hotel & SPA.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as St Andrew (0.2 km) and Terrasse des Paresseux (0.2 km), guests of Fredj Hotel & SPA can easily experience some of Tangier's most well known attractions.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer air conditioning, a minibar, and a desk, bringing comfort and convenience to your visit.
If you like steakhouses, Fredj Hotel & SPA is conveniently located near La terrassa grill and BBQ Steakhouse Tanger.
If you’re looking for something to do, Medina of Tangier (0.5 km), Tangier Casbah (0.5 km), and Musee de la Kasbah (0.7 km) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Fredj Hotel & SPA.
The staff at Fredj Hotel & SPA looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
We want to publicly thank, Abdel Tangier Tour Guide, for making our trip to Morocco an incredible experience. It was amazing how much we packed into one day! Abdel’s extensive knowledge of the sites, the land and its history were phenomenal. We began our tour in his hometown of Asilah, Morocco. This beautiful city on the water has a rich history and a multi-cultural artistic ambiance. We started our tour visiting non-traditional tourist sites, such as, the back-street open markets, the baker with a communal oven that community members can go to have their bread baked, and the cooperative employment and vocational training program for widows and orphaned youth. We were in “awe” to see these skilled women weave stunning intricate large floor rugs without a pattern. We also toured the Portuguese fortress built in 1408. At each location we visited, Abdel provided in-depth history, the social impact and answered our questions. During our visit, he opened his home where his wife prepared a traditional Moroccan meal, which was marvelous, and we met his children. That evening, before returning to our hotel, we set on his roof top deck and watched a stunning sunset. Because of his great service, we ended the day by arranging a tour of Tangier for the following day. The next morning, Abdel picked us up from our hotel in Tangier, and we toured the community where King Mohammed VI of Morocco has his summer palace and where several international diplomats and their families have residents. We then explored the Caves of Hercules which features two openings, one to land and one to sea. The sea cave opening is known as the entryway to Africa from Europe and it has a distinctive shape that looks like a “Map of Africa”. We continued traveling up the coast where the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea meet. The views took our breadth away. We ended the day by exploring the markets and enjoying a traditional Moroccan lunch bursting with flavors. We learned so much from our private tours guided by Abdelkader El Maimouni. We had an amazing time and are so thankful we met him. If we were to rate our experience of Abdel’s services from 1 – 10, he would receive a 12! His private tours were beyond our expectations and we hope our paths cross again. We highly recommend Abdel’s services for anyone traveling to Morocco. You are in for a treat.…
Photo: view from our room Spacious room with comfortable bed. Large bathroom. Clean. Tasefully decorated. Quick check in. Friendly, helpful staff. Excellent restaurant with live music. Everything top notch. Recommend highly.
Stayed here one night while on tour. Staff very accommodating. Hotel was clean. Our room was your average hotel room - clean and beds were comfortable. Dinner and breakfast were included and both were very good.
The rooms were comfortable and clean. The attention from the staff was according to the price. The breakfast was great even though the man in charge of replenish the food was sick and did not stop coffing near the food. The air conditioner of the room was broken so we had to sleep with the window opened due to the heat of the air conditioner. Another weird aspect of the hotel was that the key rooms stopped working twice in our 2 days stay. I strongly believe a 4 star hotel should improve on the aspects mentioned before.
We stayed here for a night on 5th January.. after a long day travelling and paying 840 Dirhams we expected WiFi in the room.. there was no WiFi connection on any of the third floor rooms.. we were moved to the second floor.. still no WiFi.. the stay was ruined due to no WiFi.. the staff know there is no WiFi and should be described as not having WiFi in booking.com.. very disappointed.. I complained for the entire evening and morning. In the morning (Sunday) there was a lady on reception who did not care or help.. I had to ask the tea man to help try and get a refund or concession.. finally the tea man sorted a complementary taxi to the airport for our flight home.. never again.. do not stay here if you want WiFi