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Beautifully restored Riad. We were made to feel as if in our own home. Warm, attentive and welcoming staff. Our room was spacious with a lovely fireplace that was supplied with wood and lighted when we asked. So cozy and warm! Just what we needed...More
This Riad is beautiful and peaceful. We were there in January and as it was a cold night they built us a fire and it was so cozy. The architecture and furnishings are lovely, and the staff is attentive. One staff member was kind enough...More
A charming place to stay close to the medina of Fez.
The staff were helpful and welcoming.
The beautiful room was extremely comfortable and had everything one could want or need.
The place to stay in Fez.
A gem of a Riad - wonderful rooms, service and genuine home from home welcome. Staff are very friendly and attentive - perfect location to easily explore the Medina and other areas of Fes. A remarkable City to explore.
In the most unique city we have experienced, our trip was made complete by the amazing accommodation and friendly staff at this riad. The breakfast and dinner were incredible and our room was huge!
I would highly recommend this riad to anyone wanting to come...More
No cooking class. As to nearness to the Riad you mentioned, I do not know where that is. As to transport from airport, you would hire a taxi. We took a Grand Taxi from Fez back to Tangiers and got to Fez by way of bus, 6... More
No cooking class. As to nearness to the Riad you mentioned, I do not know where that is. As to transport from airport, you would hire a taxi. We took a Grand Taxi from Fez back to Tangiers and got to Fez by way of bus, 6 hours from Tangiers.
They procured for us an excellent guide, spoke good English and was a knowledgeable in history.