Warning. We stayed at Dar Rbab recently. It was average. Down alley ways and hard to find. At breakfast I asked for water and was told they didn't have any! In addition, we had paid for a very expensive tour with Mark. Mark provided us with a car and driver. The car broke down on the first day. On the third day, while going over the high Atlas mountains the clutch went! Very dangerous. ı was furious. The guide Idriss is a pleasant person, however an incompetent guide. If you want value for money do not go near these people. Mark told us when we met him in Marrakesh that if we want a high standard trip we have to pay a high price and go with a tour company such as Abercrombie and Kent. The sad thing is is that we paid the same price as the other company except got a very low standard. Mark tried to buy us off with a dinner. Not acceptable. I would not recommend travelling with this company.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Dar Rbab is a charming, 300 year old house in the Fès Medina. It has been lightly restored to provide spacious, en suite bedrooms with air conditioning, within the framework of the existing house. All the original features remain - access to your room is by huge, gilded cedar wood doors - and the house is a warren of small staircases and interesting corners. There's an informal atmosphere - the house was originally our family home - and great food available to order. ... more less
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