This place is seriously magical - it is the best riad experience we've had so far in Morocco! Perhaps the best thing about this hostel is the communal courtyard at the base - everyone congregates around here and both staff and travellers are super friendly and just so chilled! We met some awesome people at this riad and ending up spending most breakfasts and dinners with them. It was so nice to meet likeminded, young, budget-concious + friendly travellers! We were also lucky enough to be there during ramadan, when they served 'breakfast' (dinner) for free every night! The free actual breakfast in the morning is great too - more than you can eat! Aside from the above, the rooms were airy + bright, the water hot, the wifi fast, the beds super comfortable and in a perfect location. You literally couldn't ask for anything more in fes! Highly recommended!!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Mingle with culturally curious travellers in a laid back, authentic Moroccan setting! Watch local Fassi artisans trade their handicrafts, hear the Call To Prayer reverberate around the ancient medina of Fez from our rooftop tent & breathe in air aromatic with Moroccan spices.Dar Rabha has dorms, family rooms and superior suites to suit travellers looking for an authentic Moroccan experience. ... more less
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