My husband and I stayed at Riad Al Atik for four nights in October and really enjoyed our stay there. Valerie was very helpful and although English wasn't her first language, we thought she spoke it very well!
Our room, (the blue one!) was very clean and comfortable and a lovely size. It was based up on the terrace and very quiet. Breakfast was really lovely every morning and you must try Carine's ice cream and sorbets for dinner, they are delicious!
Whilst there we organised a tour of Fez and a trip to Volubilis through the riad, both of which were superb and brillant value for money. Our driver to Volubilis was a really friendly chap and we were very well looked after. The air conditioned people carrier was really comfortable especially as there was just the two of us.
The only thing I would advise you to do is to confirm all the costs up front, as we weren't aware of the tourist tax that each guest has to pay. The riad also does not accept Visa anymore so you need to make sure that you have the cash on you, but there is an ATM which accepts debits cards nearby.
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- Riyadh atik al welcomes you in its 6 suites and rooms, you have a privative space air-conditioned with bathroom and corner lounge and of a decoration and an arrangement realized carefully and refinement. You can taste a traditional breakfast in the Moroccan loungethe patio or the barthal or on the comfortable terrace at the middle shadows at the middle sun. ... more less
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