Stayed here for three nights during our time in Fes. The taxi didn't know where it was by the address, but after spending time in Fes, I realized that's probably very common. It's off a side street close to a main gate, which later made it much easier to find once we got our bearings.
The Riad, as we learned, is technically not a riad as it doesn't have a garden. That being said, it is a very nice place to stay. The rooms were large with very local decor. The riad itself it gorgeous. The woodwork and the tiles are stunning. The shower is hand held so you need to be ready for that. But the pressure is steady and the water is hot and it wasn't a problem at all.
It provides a complimentary breakfast which was fine - mostly bread products.
The staff speaks some English - enough to get by. The credit card machine was a bit wonky but it worked in the end.
While I would probably want to try other locations if I find myself in Fes again, I'd definitely recommend this place!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nestled within the walls of the Old Medina, yet accessible by car, Riad Damia is a exquisitely maintained masters residence blending the beauty of Andalouse tradition with modern amenities. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Riad Damia Fes
- Riad Damia Hotel Fes