This was our 2nd riad and Morocco and this was definitely the most impressive in terms of the grandness of the structure itself. We also had the best breakfasts here of bread basket, jams/honey, yogurt, coffee, fresh squeezed OJ, and omelette. The staff was very accommodating without being intrusive. It's larger and therefore not as intimate as the other riads we've been to. We arranged for a guide and we were given Abdul who was good. Of course we got taken to the usual shops but, in my opinion, visiting them really gave me a good idea of the products they sell there. We went to a weaving shop, a rug shop, a tannery, and a pottery shop. There was no obligation to buy, but I certainly did not have that kind of self-control! For 150 dirhams, we extended our tour to include the outskirts of the town which was worth it. Great riad in a beautiful ancient city!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- You'll be charmed by this riad in the Arab-Andalusian architecture. the limited capacity of 5 suites and 3 rooms, allows you to customize the contacts and to take the time to settle down in an harmonious décor. the patio filled with green plants offer more intimate corners for reading. A library is available and full of books on the history and cultures of Morocco and the art of oriental cooking but also something to prepare for documenting his visits to the medina and its surroundings. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Riad Al Bartal Hotel Fes