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Riad Al Bartal
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Reviewed 14 February 2014

our holyday in Fez was really enriched by the staying at Riad Al Bartal. The staff, the atmosphere, the furnitures, tyhe courtyyard, the food, the kindness were really super. we stayed at the ground floor in a real big room, but i suppose rooms at the first floor are more private. Poulet the parriot give us the goodmorning everyday.
If I ll go to Fez again i would go to this Riad without doubt.

Room Tip: first floor rooms
  • Stayed: December 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 31 January 2014

This is a lovely riad situated just a few metres from one of the lesser gates to the medina and in a quiet and safe locality. The interior is really lovely with an elegant courtyard and very tastefully decorated rooms and public areas. The staff are really helpful. Breakfast was tasty as were the evening meals that can be ordered on a daily basis.Everything had a really traditional feel but with no modern comfort spared. Highly recommended.

Room Tip: A higher room is more private if you don't mind climbing stairs
  • Stayed: January 2014, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank suffolkpunch56
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Reviewed 31 January 2014 via mobile

We loved our stay in Riad El Bartal...
Omar and Abdul were really cool, with perfect English and a great knowledge of Fes. 'Poulet' the parrot was lovely...
The decoration in the Riad was Spectacular. We felt like we were transported into another time... The stylish inner courtyard had a magical feel.
Our split level room was small but cosy, quiet and comfortable.
The food was excellent for our evening meal, and the breakfasts were generous.
The guys arranged for us to have a tour of the medina... Abdul the guide was very friendly, informative and fun to be with. He took us to places we never could have found on our own... He even taught us some Arabic!!Highly recommended...
You will love this Riad, it's not in the centre of the old town, so you will need your hiking shoes (the medina is massive!) but the benefit is you can park your car right across the street.
You will love your stay here...

Stayed: January 2014, travelled as a couple
1  Thank PatricVO
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Reviewed 20 January 2014

My husband and I have just got back from Fes where we stayed at Riad Al Bartal. This place is stunning. Real Morocco - the tiles and carved pillars will make your jaw drop. We were greeted by Abdul with mint tea and some local cakes/biscuits. We booked a suite on the first floor as it is more private than the rooms on the ground floor which open on to the courtyard. The rooms on the first floor open out on to the landings that overlook the courtyard. The suite was huge! It would cost double the price if in Europe. We had a massive room with a 4 poster bed, high ceilings and tons of space, a separate private lounge area and a big bathroom with the most amazing giant circular beaten metal bathtub/shower. I saw inside some of the other rooms and I think we got the best one - it is called Seffarine. You could easily use the lounge room as 2 single beds for 2 children. Fes can be pretty cold in January and the room had great heating (also aircon for summer) and patio heaters in the courtyard. Also the courtyard is covered at roof level so you don't have cold and rain coming in - some riads are open. The shower was great pressure, really good and there was plenty of hot water. Wardrobe with plenty of hangers. I took my own hairdryer and we took our own suitcase locks. I'm not sure if there is a safe in reception but we could lock our room and it felt completely secure. Plenty of towels, very comfortable huge bed...we slept so well and there wasn't any noise. Dinner is served in the riad courtyard at 8pm and the food was easily the best we ate in Fes, very very good. It is an additional charge but not expensive at 200 dirhams per person for 3 courses. You need to let the staff know in the morning before 12 if you want to eat dinner with them, which is served from 8pm onwards. Breakfast was included in the room fee and was also good; yoghurt, omelette, fresh juice, bread, toast and jams, tea and coffee. You can take breakfast at any time.The staff here will also arrange drivers and guides for you. It is very definitely advisable to use a guide advised by the riad rather than to use any you are approached by outside. The prices through the riad were often cheaper than those offered outside and we also got very competent people; you take a risk on getting stitched up by trying to find your own drivers and guides. On one of the days we had a guide called Abdul who took us in to the poorest part of the medina - an area you will possibly not find if you go alone...much better to go with someone like Abdul who can tell you what things are and navigate the 9,600 alleyways of the medina for you! You can also contact Abdul here Abdouloukili@hotmail.fr mobile 00212 661356862. He made our day, spoke great English and obviously knows his city very well. He showed us all sorts of things we would never have found if just using a guide book or the internet. He cost £250 dirhams for a half day for the two of us. We also got a driver/guide for another full day through the riad and he drove us out to the Mid Atlas to the forests to see (and feed!) the wild Barbary monkeys, to some of the small towns, to a beautiful huge lake and to visit with Fatima in her troglodyte cave home. You won't be able to do this without hiring someone. Check out local restaurant The Ruined Garden if you want a change for dinner one night and also the great hang out called The Clock just inside the medina not far from the blue gate. This is a stunning riad - loved it...and the details and furnishings are incredible. You will be blown away when you first walk in! 10 minutes walk to the medina, very easy route. Better to stay outside the medina where taxis can reach you! They can't drive in to the medina.

Room Tip: Book a suite - they are lighter and massive and stunningly elegant.
  • Stayed: January 2014, travelled as a couple
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4  Thank Leza H
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Reviewed 27 November 2013

I slept one night here and this was really pure Moroccan style. A peaceful place and beautiful interior which really surpirsed me. The door outside was simple and did not exposed what was inside.
The breakfast very good and service perfect. I have not to complain at all, I would like to go back. The price also good. The beds are too hard for me but there is like that everywhere in the world. :)

Room Tip: I had one with two floors witj steep steps, dont choose this if you have problems to ealk up and down. For me it was no problem at all.
  • Stayed: November 2013, travelled solo
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