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I’m staying at the Riad Le Calife and I have to say it’s wonderful. The decorating is so eclectic and warm, the attention to detail is outstanding. Our room is very comfy and colourful. We just did a cooking class with Fatima and it was...More
We enjoyed a wonderful stay at Le Calife, and it really deserves its high rating in Fes. Alex was outstanding and informative, full of enthusiasm and commitment, Yasmine was charming and friendly, and the fez-wearing staff were exceptionally polite and helpful. Breakfast was very enjoyable,...More
I rarely write reviews, but this property was so exceptional I feel compelled to do so. The beautifully restored Riad evokes a vintage Moroccan-Parisian feel. The rooms are large and well appointed with luxurious beds. The attention to detail is amazing. The entire staff knocks...More
Our recent stay with Jasmine, Alex and their attentive staff was a truly wonderful introduction to Morocco and the best possible way to experience the wonders of the Fez medina. Special thanks to Muhammad for his friendly assistance and to Fatima for her truly outstanding...More
Riad leCalife is a gorgeous wonderfully restored and furnished treasure. It is a thrill from the moment you step off the small medina street and into its ornate beauty. The wonderful owner-hosts Alexandre and Yasmine welcome you with charm and treat you to a thorough...More
They have two standards of rooms, one called Room I think and the other perhaps Suite which are much bigger. We had a "Room" which was perfectly adequate size wise and the bathroom was very light with big opening windows... More
They have two standards of rooms, one called Room I think and the other perhaps Suite which are much bigger. We had a "Room" which was perfectly adequate size wise and the bathroom was very light with big opening windows onto the courtyard. In a riad typically all the rooms are around a central courtyard so lots of light. Everything about this place was, in our opinion, lovely.