2 Pers. - Breakfast included
|From £ 111.61|
Surrounded by magnificent cerulean mountains and nestled in the heart of the medina, this luxurious riad enjoys a privileged position in one of Morocco’s most unique destinations.
Many of the bright and spacious suites enjoy views of the surrounding peaks and the bustling medina.
300 square meter terraces offer spectacular views, making Lina Riad and Spa a haven of tranquility within one of the most peaceful places in the world.
Special attention has been paid to the harmonious shapes and colors of the mountains, with dim lights and aquatic scents captivating your every glance.
Guests looking for a zen getaway should look no further. The spa with its heated indoor pool, oriental baths and Hammam will offer traditional delicious moments of relaxation. Many massages and personal care with natural and organic products are proposed.
The personalized service promises a unique and unforgettable stay in an area where authentic Medina living is still preserved.
Lina Riad and Spa is ideally located in the heart of Andalusia, just two minutes walking from the famous utah hammam, and only a five minute walk from the waterfalls of Rass El Maa.
Stayed here on a recent getaway and it was ideal. Our room was right at the top and beautiful. Large bedroom, plenty of wardrobe space, a lovely little living room area and a double showered bathroom. The room was lovely and clean. If anything, the toilet could do with a little updating, but the shower room was traditional Moroccan. We were right at the top, which meant quite a few stairs, but meant direct access to the rooftop area. Its shared with other guests but great for sunset and sunrise over the mountains. We had an amazing couple's Hammam in the spa which was also reasonable. The breakfast could have been a bit more varied, but it was good for our needs. The staff were really friendly and helpful. It is a little hard to find, especially with suitcases up the cobbled streets of Chefchaouen, but right in the heart of the Medina. Overall a little on the expensive side, but worth it!
"Great stay in Chaouen"
A very well located ryad, in the heart of the Medina, away from the noisy central square. Comfortable bed, nice hot shower and a delicious breakfast. You can also opt to have dinner in the room or in the lobby, the food they offer is really good. Great pool, steam room and affordable massage in their spa. And lost but not least great hospitality and service from the wonderful people at front desk. They even sent the porter to bring us some moroccan traditional cookies, despite the pouring rain.Also a cool rooftop with great views of the mountains and the good old medina.
"Good location but rooms need work"
This riad is on the side of the hill in the middle of the town. Its hard to find when you arrive. We were dropped off at the edge of a square by a taxi and a helpful local showed us the way. Views from the reception and rooftop are stellar and this riad is in the centre of everything as the town is built on the slopes. Our room was up a winding staircase and had windows opening into a lightwell with the spa pool at the bottom. The bed was in an alcove. The bathroom was hopeless. No hooks to hang anything on and a shower that didn't drain properly, hence a flood everytime you had a shower. Electrical cabling and plugs for the fridge and TV were a hotchpotch of leads and cords. Not a great room, very dark. Breakfast is served at reception and is fairly basic. The goats cheese is worth a mention, it was very good. We ate out every night so cant comment on the dinner offering. Staff were friendly and welcoming though seemed to be under a bit of pressure.
Lina Ryad was decent enough but not the most relaxing stay because it was just so extremely noisy during my two nights here I was in room 4 (2 floors up) which in addition to the room, had a little side sitting area that opened up to the lobby/atrium and was very noisy. I could not nap in the day nor sleep at night. At night when I was trying to sleep the noise from the guests having their late dinner prevented any sleep. During the first night I woke up at 340 am after someone kept on ringing the doorbell. It did not help that only the front door closed properly and the side door (that opened into the sitting area looking into the lobby) could only be partially closed. They warned that we would wake up Monday morning with no electricity but did not provide any candles etc for the bathroom (which has just a tiny tiny window looking into the atrium/lobby), I had to pack in semi darkness (the room has no windows, had to open the front door for light) and then breakfast was served in the dark lobby. (Breakfast consisted of yogurt, fruits, choice of eggs and then plenty of carbs). On the upside, dinner here was good so I ate both nights here. Location was excellent -- an easy stroll to everything in town. Roof Terrace had a good view.
We stayed in this hotel for two nights. Overall, it was a enjoyable stay. The hotel itself is a riad style, which means it's some sort of old building remodeled to accommodate hotel guests. They did a great job decorating the lobby and the main areas. However, the rooms had nothing special about them. They were OK. The rooftop room was fun since it came with the whole patio with the view of the village. They had swinging chairs and a big couch/bed to lay on. That was nice to enjoy the evening under the stars. Two important aspects; 1. prepare to walk into the city and take steps with your luggage to get to this place. 2. There are no elevators, so consider that when choosing a room.
Massage: From £ 22.32
Indoor pool: Free (On request)
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - Maestro - Diners Club - Japan Credit Bureau (JCB) - Discover
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM