This charming Spanish-run pension in the medina's heart is wrapped around an interior courtyard. Built with Andalusian archways and moldings, it feels more like a house than a hotel. Guest rooms—only some of which have showers—are cheery, simple, and clean; ask for one with a valley view. The plant-lined roof, with both covered and open-air patios, is perched above the medina's snaking streets and myriad rooftops, providing sweeping views across the valley and Old
Town. Spanish lunches and dinners are available if you place an order in the morning.
49, Ibn Askar, Chefchaouen, Morocco