About This Listing
The apartment from 1900 is located in an old colonial Spanish building, consisting of 2 floors with 4 apartments. It is located on the first floor and in the old town of Tangier. It was once owned by an aristocratic family, who donated the old theater Cervantes to the city. It is 200 metres from the apartment to the beach, the Bay of Tangier and 200 metres to the bustling medina, the market and the ' Grand Socco square ' with the alternative cinema Riff.
The apartment is 225 m2 and has the capacity for 4 persons. There is a spacious sittingroom with dining room en suite and a corner room with balcony and sea view. There are 2 bedrooms and the corner room has a sofa bed. The fully renovated bathroom has a bathtub with shower, a bidet, a second toilet, and two washbasins. The modern kitchen includes a coffee maker, a waterboiler, a (buta)gas stove with oven, a microwave and a washing machine. Bed linen and towels are sufficiently present.
In the House many original details have been preserved, including the old Spanish Arab tiles in all the rooms and the stained glass doors in the living room. The rooms are spacious and 4 metres high. The decor is a mix of styles, classical-modern European with traditional details. In the bedroom there are 2 good double beds.
The House is located in a lively area with many shops and a large market. The beautiful Soccoplein with its many restaurants, including Art & Gourmet, is 200 metres away. Also the delightful seafood restaurant au Saveur des Poissons is around the corner.
Some museums and galleries are within walking distance and so is the enchanting Medina.
You could park your car at a guarded, paying car park just around the corner near the Cervantes theatre. Not far from the apartment on Avenue-Pasteur and Mohammed VI are various car rental companies including Herz and Avis.
Tangier is one of the oldest cities in Morocco. In 1923, Morocco officially divided into a French and a Spanish Protectorate. The North fell under Spain whereby most Moroccans also speak Spanish. Tangier got an international status: and fell under international law. By this particular statute Tangier attracted many adventurers, artists, writers and (seedy) businessmen from all over the world. Today the city counts, without suburbs, 700,000 inhabitants.
roken en drugsgebruik is niet toegestaan
Wij zijn behulpzame, verantwoordelijke mensen en we verwachten hetzelfde van de mensen die we hosten! U kunt ons alles vragen en we zullen alles doen om u te kunnen helpen.
Wij accepteren huisdieren, maar we vragen om een kleine, dagelijkse vergoeding (2,50 euro) voor extra schoonmaak. We beseffen: dat enkele van onze bezoekers mogelijk allergisch kunnen zijn, we zorgen ervoor dat de reiniging van de kamers zeer nauwkeurig wordt gedaan.
We vragen een borg van euro 150,-
Smoking and the use of drugs is prohibited.
We are sociable, responsible and helpful people and we expect the same from the people that we host! Ask us for whatever you can think of and if you have special needs, we will do what we can to help you.
We accept pets, but we ask for a small daily charge (2,50 euro) for extra cleaning. We realise: some of our visitors may be allergic so we make sure that the cleaning of the rooms is accurate not to create anu problems.
we ask a deposit of euro 150,-
L'appartement est magnifique, trés grand et vraiment typique!Nous n'avons pas vu Marty, mais avons facilement pu récupérer les clés.
L'adresse est trés facile à trouver, facilement accessible et il ya même un parking à coté pour la voiture.
L'appartement est trés grand, je le conseille pour un groupe d'au moins 4 personnes!
Marty was not at home as we arrived, but she had arranged a very nice and welcoming gentleman to meet us at the apartment and show us all the things in the flat and even some places in the city.
Marty's home is something we admired alot: some maroccan spices yet very european: spacy, airy and very well decorated. The flat had everything we needed and a bit more. Yet the time of our trip (January) was a bit cool, we enjoyed the sunshine and the city very much.
Toujours un bon accueil et on se sent comme à la maison.
Je reviendrai ;-)
The apartment is as it looks in the pictures posted. It is charming and spacious. Towels and kitchen utensils, cutlery, and tableware were aplenty. The apartment is on a lively street which would mean above average noise but wasn't bothersome as it can be zoned out and I appreciated the lively setting with its convenient location to the Medina and to the port. During July, no air conditioning was needed as there is quite a refreshing breeze or wind.
The Internet Wi-Fi connection didn't work when first checked-in and wasn't resolved till 2 days later. It was lost again mid-stay, but resolved the following day. I am not sure what the problem was, but it was blamed on Maroc Telecom, the network provider. More importantly, Agib the host's husband really worked diligently and earnestly to restore it, calling often and feeling as relieved as I was when situation was corrected. I had time to await resolution since my rental was for 20 days. Also, the second sink in the main bathroom didn't work and I actually never discussed it with the host nor Agib since it wasn't needed.
Con: I'd say that host should disclose that access to the bathtub is quite difficult since it is highly raised and one needs to step on two nicely placed rocks to step onto the bathtub ledge and hold a bar for assistance.
About the Host, Marty
Ik werk als uitvoerend producent van tv / bioscoop documentaires. Met een productie in Marokko in 1996 ben ik mijn man tegen gekomen. We leven en werken in Nederland en Marokko. In 2010 hebben we een bijzonder appartement in Tanger gekocht.