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I have to write this review, because I have read some the other reviews, I cannot understand some of the comments, perhaps all I can think of is some reviews have come from younger people who were not as experienced at travelling and staying in...More
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Response from Mohamed A, Propriétaire at Riad El FarahResponded 6 June 2018
We had a brilliant week staying here. The owner met us from the taxi and gave us an evening meal on our first night. The riad is really nice, clean with clean rooms. The next day Mohammed (the owner) gave us loads of advice and...More
After me and my friend arrived late at the riad the double faced owner acted like he is the coolest but didnt even helped us to carry the lugages - then he told us to change and go with him to the medina ad then...More
Our stay at Riad el Farah far surpassed our expectations. Mohammed is a superb host, friendly without being overbearing ; very knowledgable, and helpful. He took us on some great excursions to places we would otherwise have not been. The Riad itself is lovely and...More
Do not stay here. If I could give this place zero stars, I would. This is my first TripAdvisor review, because I thought it important to warn others away.
We had an all-round terrible experience at this riad. Although the facilities themselves were acceptable (though...More
We paid £30 each for the half day tour, plus a little bit extra for lunch. Beware of the diversion to visit Mohammed's freind in the apothecary we ended buying some mint tea and hand cream for the handsome price of... More
We paid £30 each for the half day tour, plus a little bit extra for lunch. Beware of the diversion to visit Mohammed's freind in the apothecary we ended buying some mint tea and hand cream for the handsome price of £20!! Mohammed didn't charge us for his mini tour when he made sure that we would never get lost on our own. He is quite a character and likes to make sure people enjoy their holiday but can be a little too attentive at times. Don't let this put you off staying there though it really is a lovely place to stay. Hope you have a great time.