Set in the heart of what was once the prestigious diplomatic quarter of Tangier, historic Grand Hotel Villa de France dates back to the end of the 18th century and has over the years hosted a number of illustrious guests including royals, aristocrats and the great painter Henri Matisse.
Place du 9 Avril 1947 and Place de la Kasbah are both within a 15 minute walk and the port and beach is around 2km away. Set around fountains, terraces and gardens the hotel provides a relaxed ambiance and offers attentive service, culinary delights and classically elegant guest rooms and suites.
A delicious buffet breakfast is served at Songe de Tanger each morning, the piano bar is the ideal spot for light snacks and drinks and the fine dining restaurant Delacroix offering delectable French cuisine features a terrace with views towards the city’s medina.
Facilities include an outdoor swimming pool and a spa with indoor pool, Turkish bath and sauna as well as a variety of treatments.
Arriving in Tangier in 1912 Henri Matisse stayed at the Grand Hotel Villa de France, and taking inspiration from the view through the window of room 35, created his Window at Tangier painting