I'm just returning from a months visit in Morocco and I spent three nights in lovely Riad. I have to say the best part of the experience was the staff. They were very friendly and so very accommodating. I stayed in one of the larger rooms which was very comfortable. The rooms and common areas are decorated in period Moroccan furnishings and certainly gives you the sense of just how much history you are experiencing.
The common areas were huge and quite comfortable. I ate all my dinners there, with one of them being a result of a cooking lesson. Which was the first time I have ever seen marinated lemons. Awesome! All the meals were excellent and they were more then accommodating when all I wanted was soup and salad rather then the whole set menu.
This was a very lovely visit with an exceptional friendly and helpful staff!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A family home transformed in a hotel located in the entrance north bab guissa district in the ancient part of the city with access to parking and taxis. Dar anebar offers the most beautiful view on all the city with a direct access to most important point such as the tannery, the university al quaraouiyine, the big places and souk your stay in dar anebar is including home made breakfast with vegetarian and gluten free option, refined cuiine and service of very high quality. We are very happy to give you any kind of information concerning the city and surroundings of fes. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Dar Anebar Hotel Fes