The ryad is very attractive inside. The rooms are lovely too. The food wasn't that great. And it's basically the same meal each day. I asked them for a tour guide, and the man they recommended was very late, and then only took me around to shops and pressured me to buy something (so he could get commission), despite me telling him repeatedly that I'm not buying anything.
On my last night, I told them I'd be leaving early the next morning. The moroccan guy who ran the place said he could have breakfast ready and help with the bags. I settled the bill, and then he held out a plate and asked for a tip. This was very awkward and I was put off and gave a small amount. He gave me a bad look, and then the next morning there was no breakfast for me and no one awake to help.
Between the poor guide they gave me, and the tip extortion, I would not return. Too bad, because it's a nice place.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Ryad Mabrouka, is a traditional riad with a arabo-andalusian garden and a pool, it is located inside the walls of the olf town, 5 mn walking from the main pedestrian street of the medina.The riad offers an exceptional view from the terrace and from the dining room. It is located only 150 m from an easily accessible car park. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Ryad Mabrouka Fes
- Ryad Mabrouka Hotel Fes