Its building, an old Arab palace, was renovated in 1948 to become the residence of the Grand Vizier of Tetouan Sidi Ahmed Abdelkrim Haddad.
At that time, under the Spanish protectorate, Spanish elements were incorporated into its decoration, such as hydraulic tile floors and Sevillian tiles, which fortunately are nowadays in perfect condition. Its latest renovation in 2006 gives it comfort as a hotel and restaurant without losing its original features.
The hotel consists of five splendid rooms with bathroom, restaurant, cafeteria and terrace.
The restaurant specializes in Moroccan food and also has some Spanish dishes and international cuisine as well as a wide range of wines and desserts. All this will make you enjoy your stay in Tetuán.
For a month, El Reducto was the meeting and resting place for actors and filming crew of "El Tiempo entre Costuras"..
It is a Spanish drama series of television adaptation of the homonymous novel by María Dueñas.
Here we show some of the memories of those days.