This riad was recommended to us by our tour guide. When I inquired about the place, Juan replied right away and he did for every email that I sent him which is great. I appreciate that he was able to send a taxi to meet us at the airport at midnight and thanks to Mohan who stayed up late for us. The riad is beautiful and is very quiet inside. The decor inside the room is Moroccan, hence not modern and may look even tired to some. But the sheets and towels are clean and smell fresh.
We were not provided a bar soap so I guess the liquid soap in the sink is supposed to be body soap as well? I brought soap with me since we are going to the desert but I am not used to having the same liquid soap for washing and for showering.
We personally liked the breakfast. Juan the owner was always there to greet us and see how we are doing. We would usually have a small chat with him in the morning and right before we left. I thought it was good value for what we paid for.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Coming upon this riad, the traveller is transported into the splendours of Moorish art and architecture that reflect the deeply entwined history of Spain and Morocco. This ambience, along with the warm hospitality offered by the staff, will make your experience here unforgettable. Resplendent with carved plasterwork, mosaic tiles (known as zellij), doors and window frames of carved cedar wood, painted ceilings. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Riad Dar Cordoba Fes
- Riad Dar Cordoba Hotel Fes