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Riad Ahlam
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All reviewshelpful managerexcellent locationtreated like familyvisit fesboth breakfast and dinneryogurtold citymint tearooftop terracehighly recommend this riadbreakfast was excellentbeautiful roomspent nightswonderful staymoroccan hospitalitybeautiful placechicken tagine
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Reviewed 20 June 2014

We are just completing a 9-day stay at the RIad Ahlam while visiting the Sacred Music Festival, so we have had plenty of time to experience all the amenities. Kasem is extremely helpful and went out of his way to check on us frequently, whenever we saw him, to make sure we were happy and well. Initially we found the room (Ambre) somewhat dark and masculine, compared to our feminine, rose-petal-strewn, deep blue rooms in Marrakesh. We understand now that the typical decor in Fes is of a different style. Our room was spacious, immaculate, quiet, and we got the best sleep of anywhere in Morocco! The bathroom was gorgeous- wonderful hot shower anytime and the biggest bath towels I have enjoyed anywhere at any hotel. The little touch of black, Moroccan ointment-like soap was an interesting local touch. At first we were concerned that we were not close enough to the Festival venues, but that was definitely not the case. It has been so refreshing to be so close to the heart of bustling activity, yet just far enough away to feel in a different world. We loved the breakfasts: cheese omelet and hard-boiled eggs on alternate days, a wide variety of delicious local breads and crepes, baguette, fresh orange juice, plenty of fresh fruit, yogurt, tea or coffee.... a feast! The highlight was the giggling Fatiya- a delightful, bubbly Moroccan woman who is one the most cheerful people I have ever met anywhere! Give that woman a raise!! Kasem has been here for 9 years and clearly takes his responsibility of making guests happy very seriously. My husband tripped and fell on arriving at the bus station and hobbled around for the first few days. Kasem was genuinely concerned about his well-being. This is an excellent place if you want privacy, tranquility, and professional service.

Room Tip: We loved the Ambre. There may be rooms with more light, but we were quite satisfied.
  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled as a couple
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Thank judythr
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Reviewed 4 June 2014

A great place to stay. We were treated like family not only by Kacem, but by all the staff - Fatiya, Reja and Omar. Nothing was ever any trouble, and endless mint tea and orange juice!!Food was excellent, especially as we are all vegetarian. Dinner was freshly prepared, and breakfasts, so much food! Very clean, and well maintained. Always providing good advice on what to do and where to go. Great Location, slightly away from hustle and bustle of Medina, but on the doorstep.

  • Stayed: May 2014, travelled with family
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Thank Mayur S
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Reviewed 4 June 2014

Don't be deceived by the small door. It opens to a beautiful courtyard where you will have your breakfast. I guess it applies to all the beautiful riad in Morocco! The Moorish architecture truly blew me away.

Kasem, the manager, met us and our guide at the parking lot to assist us with the luggage. A very friendly and helpful person. We were treated with Moroccan sweets and mint tea. He explained that we could order our dinner in advance. I wished I wasn't so full so that I could have dinner at the riad.

When he brought us to our room, I was amazed by how huge the room was. It could comfortably fit a family of 4 - a queen sized bed, a single bed and sofa bed. My favourite spot has to be by the window overlooking the courtyard. Simply therapeutic. The room across ours was larger with their own private balcony.

Breakfast served was made for a queen I am sure. Everything was delicious especially the baghrir and spicy Moroccan crepes. And I love the pistachio yoghurt!

Fathia one of the staff who served us at breakfast. She was such a joy to be with. Always smiling, giggling and even though my Arabic was preschool level, she tried to engage a conversation with me.

I had a wonderful stay here in Riad Ahlam. Ahlam means dreams in Arabic, and I definitely had wonderful sleep with sweet dreams here. Highly recommended!

  • Stayed: May 2014, travelled with friends
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1  Thank sumarni05
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Reviewed 25 May 2014 via mobile

The room was huge, clean and nicely furnished. The A/C was terrific. Kasem, the manager was very helpful and friendly and went out of his way to help us get train reservations and purchased the tickets for us without any extra charge.He did our laundry, took care of us and our young preteen children,and became a friend by the end of our state.he and his entire staff made our state pleasant and comfortable.breakfasts were served every morning and they were sumptuous. the Riad was outstanding due in no small part to Kasem and his staff.

  • Stayed: April 2014
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Thank Edwin R
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Reviewed 15 May 2014

All that has been said about Riad Alham is true. It's a fantastic place to stay. Great location, close to 3-4 great restaurants, to the Medina, to a Petit Taxi rank and there is a bar within a stones throw for a cold beer.

Hospitality is Kacem's middle name, he's the manager. He and his team offer a fabulous and extensive breakfast, tea after a day site seeing, keep your wine cold in their kitchen fridge, washed our jeans and returned them later that day, offer advice on where to eat, organise taxis to the airport, cars/drivers to other cities with no apparent cut for the Riad.

Our room had a double and a single which was great for two people not a couple travelling together.

You can have a home made meal cooked for you too.

Kacem works 7 days a week during the season but he is always there to help you. With a smile on his face. The two women who help with kitchen and housekeeping are a joy.

I would stay here again, it's such a contrast to our stay in Marrakech.

Thank you team Alham

  • Stayed: May 2014, travelled with family
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