We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
You'll be charmed by this riad in the Arab-Andalusian architecture. the limited capacity of 5 suites and 3 rooms, allows you to customize the contacts and to take the time to settle down in an harmonious décor. the patio filled with green plants offer more intimate corners for reading. A library is available and full of books on the history and cultures of Morocco and the art of oriental cooking but also something to prepare for documenting his visits to the medina and its surroundings.
All reviews the ground floor the interior courtyard bab ziat breakfasts were excellent tea and biscuits your luggage an oasis visiting fes a wonderful stay omar suite guide riad medina morocco taxi overview
Nice large rooms, excellent breakfasts and helpful staff. Can walk into the old Medina which is so interesting. Talk about busy.
We were welcomed with mint tea and some cakes which went down well. Would have no issue staying again
In a quiet quarter by Bab Ziat just a few minutes' walk from the heart of the medina, Riad al Bartal quickly became our Fes home. When we arrived we were welcome by Omar, who was super friendly and engaging, and soothing mint tea and...More
- great location with walking distance to medina, restaurants, bank etc.
- exceptionally friendly, respectful and helpful staff, including Omar and Tarik at the reception, Ray, Said and Fatima who is cooking.
- efficient and useful information for travellers available, helped booking a driver, even...More
-Easy to reach by taxi and walking distance to the center of the old medina
-At our arrival we were welcomed with mint tea and Moroccan pastries in the amazing courtyard, all surrounded by plants. The vibe in the courtyard is peaceful and relaxing (also...More
Our family of four stayed one night arriving around 12:30. We were welcomed to check in early and greeted with mint tea and cookies which seems to be a tradition. Our 18 year old son was feeling sick so they led him directly to the...More