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Le Jardin des Biehn
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Reviewed 24 April 2012

Staying at Le Jardin Des Biehn on my first trip to Fes was very special. If you like history and want to stay somewhere that is unique then this is the place. Each of the villas are different as the rooms have been restored based on the original buildings - it gives each room a lot of character while maintaining the sence of history. The internal gardens are lovely and provide a wonderful outlook from the rooms or the cafe which is co-located in the complex. The rooms are comfortable and have a lot of little special touches which give them character and add to the Moroccan experience. Michel is a very gracious host and it was a shame I only had one night in Fes - it really wasnt long enough to enjoy all that Le Jardin Des Biehn has to offer. You cant drive all the way down as this is within the walls of the Medina so wear comfortable shoes and/or ask for assistance with your bags.

Room Tip: Each room has a unique character but not all have balconies - if you want to have a view over the garden then ask which rooms are available.
  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled on business
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Thank AussieroversAmman
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Reviewed 18 April 2012

We have enjoyed our stay in Fez with the Biehns for 2 years in a row. It is a well thought out property with everything that you need after a day in the souk or visiting the hypnotic city of Fez. The food in the cafe is fabulous, the property beautifully decorated, the staff beyond friendly and helpful, the garden a paradise. We enjoyed a cooking class, hamaam, massage, tours and interesting conversations with the owners as well as other guests. Everything about the property is a delight to the senses.

  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 12 April 2012

There is no way we would have enjoyed our few days in Fez half as much had we not stayed at Le Jardin des Biehn. The garden, with its beautiful flowers, herbs, vegetables and birdlife, is a welcome break from the mayhem which lies outside in the Medina! Michel and his wife have created a sanctuary of elegance & calm, whilst importantly, maintaining the integrity and cultural history of the property. Michel's long association with the antiques industry is clear and the rooms are beautifully done. The service is immaculate, from the charming Malick who manages it, and the rest of the staff who could not be more amenable and eager to please. The food is as good as everything else - we ended up eating here most evenings as it was far better than most other places in Fez. If we go back to Fez we would not consider staying anywhere other than here - in fact, it may be the most pressing reason to go back!

  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 17 March 2012

Within 30 minutes of booking this Riad through Booking.com I received an email from the manager, Malik, welcoming me and ordering a taxi from the airport (which I hadn't even requested!). Everything about the service received was just right from Malik's helpfulness and courtesy, the gentleness of the staff, to the personal hospitality from the owners Michel and Catherine. We were even upgraded on account of the fact we were celebrating my wife's birthday, and beautiful flowers were waiting on arrival - a lovely little touch. Clearly the development of this Riad has been a labour of love and it shows in all the fine details from the beautiful garden with its water features and fruit trees to the finer detail of all the rooms. Check out the Pasha's Suite - it is a magnificently restored set of rooms ideal for honeymooners or even a family. Attention to detail in the comfort of the beds, luxurious towels and when we told Malik we were leaving in the evening on the final day he suggested we kept the room for the full day (at no extra cost) and they even cleaned it whilst we were out! I travel a lot and rarely do I receive such fine personal service. Had hamamm, massage and my wife even had a Sophrology session - all very relaxing and made for a highly enjoyable stay.

The location in the medina is good, easy to access and on a quiet street. I would recommend hiring a guide to find your way around the medina - again arranged by Malik - who found us the very informative and charming Abdulfarrik who was incredibly knowledgable about his home city, informative, friendly and knew just where to take us.

The only (minor) criticism was the cost of the food and drink at the Fes Cafe at the hotel which I felt was a little too pricey for the location, albeit extremely tasty and nicely served. We ate there twice. We also ate at the Maison Blanche nearby one night for dinner - a wonderful experience that I would certainly recommend if you want to splash out a little.

All in all we had a wonderful time - hats off to Michel and Catherine for creating such a charming venue and we will return with the kids next time! Merci beaucoup!

Room Tip: All of the rooms have their own charm and character
  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 9 March 2012

Set right inside the Medina old town of Fez, you enter into a world so different, so stunningly beautiful and so relaxing away from the bustle of the streets, where you hear only bird song and the trickling of water. we ate each night at the riad and the food was varied and well presented and the staff were willing to respond to special dietry needs,willlingly and imaginatively. Everything about this Riad is of the highest taste, and the attendance and attention of the staff and owners is second to none. Its harmony and exceptional comfort will remain in our memories for ever.

  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled solo
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