Meknes apparently isn't on everyone's must see list, squeezed between Casablanca and Fez, yet it's a really interesting, relaxed city to spend a couple of days that's less touristy and hectic than some other cities and yet has plenty to see. What made staying in Meknes particularly awesome was the Riad Lahboul. Owned by an English guy (Simon) and his... More
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- Riad Lahboul is a traditional Moroccan guest house, beautifully restored in the elegant Andalusia style of hand made mosaics. Ideally situated on the edge of the Medina, the Lahboul area has both the atmosphere of the medina as well as its own architectural style and lovely botanical gardens. All the bedrooms are en suite and combine traditional Moroccan style with modern facilities providing atmosphere and a high standard of comfort with European facilities. ... more less
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