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Maison de Tanger blends the exotic beauty of Morocco with the charm and hospitality of provincial France. The rooms are both comfortable and idiosyncratic, making us feel that we were staying in someone's home, the "someone" being Vincent, the owner, whose attention to our every...More
We really enjoyed our stay here. It has wonderful quiet rooms and a beautiful green courtyard which was a sanctuary from the bustling streets of Tanger. The breakfast was very nice with lots of pastries, fruit, juice and coffee and was served in the quiet...More
Response from vincent b, Propriétaire at La Maison de TangerResponded 23 October 2017
Thank you very much for such a kind report.
We will be very happy to see you again in Tangier.
A wonderful boutique hotel. The staff so helpful, the garden a delight, the breakfast full of delicious homemade pastries and bread. We had a room with a wonderful terrace overlooking the city and beyond that the sea.Vincent was so warm and welcoming we were sorry...More
Very typical Moroccon stile hotel. Staff extremly helpful and very friendly.
Very clean rooms ( we had two seperate rooms ).
Quite enviroment and very near to old part of the town.
Will come there again.
My husband, 12-year-old daughter and I just spent two nights at La Maison de Tanger, and it was a lovely experience. Tangier, as fascinating as it is, can be pretty chaotic and dirty, and the Maison is a peaceful, clean and friendly oasis in the...More
No, there weren't any resident cats. As a matter of fact, the host, Vincent, made a point of saying that the resident tortoises were the only animals that he'd consider having in the courtyard, because they're quiet and... More
No, there weren't any resident cats. As a matter of fact, the host, Vincent, made a point of saying that the resident tortoises were the only animals that he'd consider having in the courtyard, because they're quiet and unobtrusive.