Once you find it, ducking through a cool, quiet little alleyway, Fez Aya is a wonderful place to stay in the Fez Medina. Faoud and Fadwa, the owners, go out of their way to be kind and helpful. Their housekeeper maintains the rooms in perfect cleanliness.
Two small issues: My room on the upper floor shared a back wall with the recycling souk next door and I could sometimes hear voices, music or noise through the wall, sometimes into the night. I would choose a room away from the wall. The air conditioning was weak.
I'd stay there again!!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Fez aya it's traditional house in one principal door of the sacred city of fez, and it's 6 rooms with shower and toilette for each room, breakfast it's including with price... ... more less