Hotel Solazur

Address: Avenue Des F.A.R., Tangier, Morocco | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Avenue Des F.A.R., Tangier, is near Medina of Tangier, Tangier Casbah, American Legation, and St Andrew.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Solazur Tangier

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Tangier


A travel blog entry by soulimf on Apr 06, 2015

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Ens llevem i esmorzarem a l'hotel amb unes vistes al mar espectaculars. A continuació sortirem a per un autobús que ens portarà a la ciutat de Tetouan. A 60,5 km (1 h en autbús).


Autobús: 20€


A travel blog entry by soulimf on Apr 05, 2015

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Arribada a Tànger a les 17:05h. Agafem un taxi en direcció l'Hotel Solazur. Deixiem el nostre equipatge i ens relaxem amb un té i uns aperitius tradicionals àrabs. Desprès del descans, sortirem per la medina a visitar el gran teatre Cervantes de l'any 1913. Això si, nomès per fora. Desprès agafarem el taxi i ens anirem a la costa on podrem observar …

Week Twenty. Spain - Morocco

A travel blog entry by stuandamanda on Apr 27, 2015

... started out by going down a mine, but this was no boring diamond mine or gold mine, this was a secret mine. It was a stairway that had been dug in the rock from the top where the remains of a palace were, down to the bottom of the gorge below. We walked down the stairs trying not to bang our heads and moaning about how deep some of the steps were until we got to the bottom and looked into the green lagoon waters and back up at the shear gorge walls with a hole for a window here ...

Gibraltar, then Tangier, Morocco

A travel blog entry by familymojo on Apr 17, 2015

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... br> At each change of locale, we got stereotypically pestered by walking vendors. Like in India, they generally treated us well, if persistently. However, just like in India exactly one insulted me when I attempted to politely decline in Arabic. Another, looking insulted, said we shouldn't try to speak Arabic unless we've spent several ...

So this is Morocco?!

A travel blog entry by gdandpj2013 on Oct 06, 2014


... Immigration police stamp not legible enough, you must return. To ship? No, Immigration Police building. I’m translating pidgin Arabic and French.

This place is enormous. Talk about the midgets in the maize crop. Off we go, get whistled at heaps and pointed generally in the right direction until we find the Police building, which is the Railway terminus for North Africa. Kind of like Paddington. We were the only foreigners there. Directed through the IN door ...