Darna Hostel

Tetouan, Morocco

Darna Hostel

Hostel, 8-Bed Mixed Dormitory Room

Hostel
Urban
Shared
Breakfast Included
8-Bed Mixed Dormitory Room

gps Ruelle Selloum 7, 93000 Tetouan, Morocco

Darna Hostel is offering accommodation in Tetouan. Boasting family rooms, this property also provides guests with a terrace. Free WiFi is available and private parking can be arranged at an extra charge. At the hotel rooms are equipped with a shared bathroom. Guests at Darna Hostel can enjoy a continental breakfast. Round-the-clock assistance is available at the reception, where staff speak Arabic, Spanish and French. Ceuta is 26.7 miles from the accommodation. The nearest airport is Sania Ramel, 3.1 miles from Darna Hostel, and the property offers a paid airport shuttle service.

Reviews

“There are 2 hostel rooms, for 4 persons each. Beds are amazingly comfy and everyone is having it´s own privacy. It looks like kind of niche or tube. Anyway.... I would love to spend there more time. And the view from terrace- magical!

The privacy of the beds, the terrace -it's amazing!- the stuff really nice and the bathroom was OK. There is a breathtaking decoration as well.

Tetouan

Tétouan, nicknamed the White Dove, is a city located in northern Morocco. It lies along the Martil Valley and is one of the two major ports of Morocco on the Mediterranean Sea, a few miles south of the Strait of Gibraltar, and about 60 km E.S.E. of Tangier. In the 2014 Moroccan census, the city recorded a population of 380,787 inhabitants. It is part of the administrative division Tanger-Tetouan-Al Hoceima. The city has witnessed many development cycles spanning over more than 2,000 years. The first settlements, discovered a few miles outside of the modern city limits, belonged to Mauretanian Berbers and date back to the 3rd century BC. A century later, Phoenicians traded there and after them the site -known now as the ancient town of Tamuda- became a Roman colony under Emperor Augustus. In late 13th century, the Berber Marinids started by building a casbah and mosque in what is now the old city. Soon after in 1305, the scale of the settlement was expanded by sultan Abu Thabit Amir, who fortified the place. Around the early 15th century, the Castilians destroyed the settlement in retaliation for piracy. The modern history of the city starts around the late 15th century.