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A friend and I stayed at the Dar in Sept this year as part of a month's holiday and it was definitely the highlight of our time away. From the moment we started planning our stay, when Vanessa patiently answered my endless questions, to the...More
Dar Roumana was the perfect embodiment of our vision of a stay at a Moroccan guesthouse. The gorgeous mosaic tiles, huge carved wooden doors, ornate ceilings and refreshing courtyard fountain greet you as you enter from a typical Fes back alley in a quiet area...More
Although you wonder if you will ever be able to find your way through the labyrinth to and from this little gem in the medina, the route quickly becomes familiar after Vanessa's expert direction. We were greeted at the train station and taken to gate...More
Where do I begin? We stayed at Dar Roumana for two nights - part of a three city tour of Morocco. During our travels we stayed at two independently-owed Riads - including Dar Roumana - and a five-star boutique Riad-hotel. Dar Roumana was, without a...More
Dar Roumana, and my second experience of a Riad after a stay in one in Marrakesh, was once more breath-taking.
Reviews by superlatives are rather dull (just seen Book of Mormons...) but this was everything we could have hoped for and more: a great, quiet...More
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It's a short walk from the nearest gate to Dar Roumana. The gates having parking lots, though I'm sure you have to pay someone to keep an eye on the car. If you have a cell you'll be set as you can call the Dar to alert them... More
It's a short walk from the nearest gate to Dar Roumana. The gates having parking lots, though I'm sure you have to pay someone to keep an eye on the car. If you have a cell you'll be set as you can call the Dar to alert them of your arrival. If you don't it could be problematic as nothing is easy to find on your first entrance into the medina. Vanessa is terrific, alert her to your plans and I'm sure she'll help you figure it all out. ENJOY!
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"Each of the 6 rooms is unique, but all are impressive."