- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Alkalaa Chefchaouen
Travel Blogs from Chefchaouen
... came over and asked what the problem was. We explained. "I am a breakfast man", he said. "Then just open for breakfast", I suggested. God knows what we would have got if we had waited, but we didn't. We paid for the omelette and left. As we walked away, we noticed that their breakfast menu was bread with jam and honey, fruit juice and coffee - you really would be struggling to get that wrong! You can see what has happened here - small town that has become a ...
Great sleep last night so everyone was raring to go this morning. We were served a delicious breakfast in our riad of muffins, pancakes, bread, jam and fruche. Set us up for a morning of sightseeing around Rabat.
First on the agenda was a visit to the Kasbah, the old fortified city. It's still partially surrounded by the wall and is very impressive. Inside the walled city the houses are ...
Well the group so far seem brilliant, we have a mix of English, Polish, Belgiums, German, Chinese, Japanese, Swiss, Welsh and ofcourse the Aussie’ s. Steve our truck driver is a complete legend and this is the 21st Trans Africa trip he has done so we are in pretty safe hands. Ishi has told us that there are no other Trans Africa trucks travelling this year with any other ...
... right brought the town, we were a lot cooler and exploring was much more pleasant including a pleasant hike into the mountains. The thing I will probably remember he most is dinner on top of a 5 storey building with he evening call to prayer resonating from the 10 mosques which surrounded us. After a brief stop in Tanger an overnight train finds us on the edge of the Atlas Mountains and the Sahara in Marrakech. A couple of quiet days here to recover then we are off ...
... extravagant pleasures of smoking whatever happened to be balled up in their front pocket at that moment. Then 3 more nights in Fez, where a rotating roster of a dozen smarmy young grifters diligently stood watch outside the alley of our hotel offering a vague list of services ranging from guide services to shopping tours to many more variations of illegal narcotics to even some rather dubious protection services (mainly suggesting it might not bode well ...