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Built in the late eighteenth century, the Le Royal Grand Hotel Villa de France by BlueBay***** is located in the center of what was once the prestigious diplomatic district of Tangier. The building itself is part of the historical heritage of the city and has become one of the most exclusive and best hotels in Tangier. Over the years, the Grand Hotel Villa de France has welcome royalty, celebrities, diplomats and the aristocracy thorough these prestigious doors.
The architecture of the Grand Hotel Villa de France by BlueBay*****, with its views of the Bay of Tangier, fountains, terraces and gardens make the property stand out and surround it with a pleasant environment that invites you to relax and enjoy of one of the most magical cities of Morocco. There are many Tangier hotels to choose from, but none are as memorable as the Grand Hotel Villa de France.
The Grand Hotel Villa de France by BlueBay***** offers exemplary service and cuisine in a number of outstanding restaurants and bars. We also specialize in hosting meetings, conferences, parties and weddings in our business & conference center.
The Grand Hotel Villa de France by BlueBay***** is more than just a hotel to sleep in… Located in the historic district of Tangier and boasting outstanding views of the bay, the Le Royal Hotel Villa de France is part of the fabric of the city. A stay at this finest of Tangiers hotels invites you take in the feel of the city, to have a drink in one of the bars or restaurants and wander the streets, as the rich and famous of yesteryear used to.
Grand Hotel Villa de France by BlueBay***** has a total of 58 rooms decorated in a simple and elegant style suites. Many rooms offer spectacular views of the hotel gardens and swimming pool, as well as the Bay of Tangier. All rooms feature WiFi Internet connection, flat-screen satellite TV, air conditioning and heating, minibar, safe and hairdryer.
Equipped with a large single bed with a carved wooden headboard and a mural by famous painter of Tangier, this room has a small lounge and a working area with a desk.
Comfortable rooms of 25 m2, decorated in a traditional style with carved wooden headboard and a mural painted by a local artist. This type of room overlooks the gardens and pool of the property or the Bay of Tangier or the Strait of Gibraltar.
Cozy one bedroom suite of 30 m2 room and a separate living room. This room is equipped with a double bed, marble bathroom and offers views of the gardens and swimming pool.
Spacious, comfortable and luxurious suite, equipped with a comfortable double bed and a cozy living room in a separate space. From its windows you can enjoy spectacular views of the Bay of Tangier.
Luxury suite distributed on two plants, equipped with the latest technology and elegantly decorated. Upstairs is a large bedroom with balcony overlooking the swimming pool and gardens. The ground floor has a Moroccan style-decorated living room and direct access to the pool
By plane: Tangier-Boukhalef (TNG) is located 12 kilometers away. The journey from the airport to the hotel is about 20 minutes. Taxi costs 150 MAD during the day and MAD 200 at night. By Train: ONCF opened a new train station, Tanger Ville, in 2003. The station is located near the city center. Taxi costs 50 MAD during the day and MAD 100 at night. By boat: There are two ports, one is located next to the Medina and the city center. The other is in Ksar Sghir, 37 kilometers away.
Tangier is a city of Africa closest to Europe. Since its creation, this city was destined, due to its geographical and strategic location, for an intense history. It is present in its culture, its architecture and way of being. Conquered, besieged, liberated... Tangier has absorbed all the influences, all the cultures that have passed through its soil and has managed to assimilate their cultural wealth.
During the first half of last century, Tangier was administered by an "international authority" led by a dozen European diplomats. The city had its own administration and laws outside the central government of Morocco. In 1956, the city became once and for all part of the Kingdom of Morocco, but the relentless passage of different civilizations left a particular mark on this amazing city, forged by all these influences and diversity. There are numerous monuments and museums to testify to this, from its medina - purely Hispanic – to the modern architecture and certain French customs that have survived. Not forgetting the permanence of wonderful Muslim architectural works such as the Kasbah or the palace garden.
Tangier is a city of an imminent interest that offers its visitors a great variety of places to visit and a succulent cuisine with exotic flavors of the Arab world.