This hotel is situated centrally in the Ville Nouvelle near Place Florence and very convenient for connections with the medina and railway station. It is clean, but when we were there, the restaurant was closed for decoration and had been for some time. The rooms were small and there was no air-con, which was an issue as we were there in September and it got uncomfortably hot at night.
The general state of the fixtures was poor. The shower head was rusted up so that there was only a jet of rusty water coming out of half-a-dozen holes. I had to use my swiss army knife to open up more holes so it would work properly. There were three lights in the room but only one worked. We were lucky - my friend had a room with no working lights. We asked reception to fix this and they got as far as taking apart one light fitting and replacing the bulb. Progress, I guess, but they didn't bother to re-fit the light's cover.
The double rooms were priced at 200dhs, which we agreed when we checked in, but the tariff displayed in reception had prices at 185dhs. When we queried this, we were told that they were old prices. Hmm. Breakfast is not included in the price, but there are plenty of cafes in the area where you can get great coffee and pastries, so no big drama.
The big problem with this hotel (and any hotel in the area) is the noise at night. It is busy and therefore noisy until the early hours - traffic noise, people shouting, dogs barking etc. If you keep the windows closed it is a bit quieter, but this simply isn't practical in the summer.
To be honest, if I went back to Fes again, I would pay a bit more and find a hotel with air-con, decent plumbing and working lights.
Try to get a room at the front of the hotel (over Rue Arabie Saoudite) and not the back of the hotel...
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