A hotel in a garbage dump. This hotel is amidst a large construction zone with work going on close by. The access roads are dangerous. The ground is landfill with visible rubbish snd filth. Access is difficult. There is nothing to walk to here. You will need to go 25 minutes to find civilisation. At night dogs and youths roam nearby. Shouting and barking. Please stay safe.
This is a beautiful hotel in wonderful location with views overlooking the Medina. They give you the 5 star experience that you expect. The pool was beautiful and the bars and restaurant were excellent. Zineb was the most accommodating host we have encountered in a very long time. We had an unfortunate incident with a different hotel so we called the Hotel Sahari and were lucky enough to be out in touch with Zineb. She immediately took care of us, gave us beautiful rooms and arranged transportation from the other hotel. We cannot recommend this hotel more. You will not be disappointed.
On balance gave 4 stars. On a group tour and we had a bus to take us everywhere. Its outside of tourist area and there is major construction happening around hotel so its not somewhere you walk around. Inside the hotel is very modern and luxurious. I was on 1st floor and suspect higher floors are better. No view and a bit noisy. My first room had an awful smell. 014. They moved me down hall to 011 and it was much better but the room felt a bit smaller. The split bathroom and see through shower/sink part can be weird of you are traveling as a couple. Moroccan restaurant was better than french restaurant. My preference is to stay more central but as a place to sleep as you are touring it was fine.
Very elegant and tasteful and attention to detail is out of the world. Zineb and Mohammed were simply terrific as well as the entire team. Beautiful architecture and also the food was delicious. It's in the old city of Fez and around some construction sites but once you are there it's bespoke luxury. They made my birthday so special and one day i was a bit unwell they sent me orange juice tea on the house. Loved the nougat sweet! . The car service they arrange is too good. Specially the chauffeur Mourad who drove to Chef Chaouen, Volubilis and Meknes. Highly recommend
This was the coolest, best digs on our 2 week Moroccan trip. Food was stellar, the night view of Fes spectacular. Just don't expect to go jogging or walks after dark - in a newly developing urban renewal area.
Fantastic hotel located in the old city of Fez. Besides the construction surrounding the hotel, the Sahrai hotel is beautiful with amazing architecture. The attention to detail and comfort is outstanding. The hotel has an amazing breakfast that is usually included. There are two restaurants that are first rate with one being a rooftop restaurant/bar.
True designer hotel (Christophe Pillet) which is relaxing and enjoyable. We had to switch rooms during our stay because we had two separate bookings and the guest relations manager made it seamless. The location up on a hill provides an amazing view of Fes, but it is a 10 minute drive to be dropped off at the medina gates. When making dinner plans, the guest relations manager was extraordinarily helpful in confirming our interests and finding available restaurants.
We spend Christmas Day and Boxing Day at this hotel. Finding the way to hotel is kind of adventure. Hotel is surrounded by building sites. Dusty dirt road. There is no way you can step outside the hotel and walk around. We asked for extra coffee capsules by room service, the receptionist said we have to pay for it, or wait for next day, because each room only has two capsules per day. I asked for a city map, was told they don’t have it. After furious complain finally they did bring them to the room. Second night we dined at the Moroccan restaurant at the hotel, service is absolutely poor, took half hour in ordering food, an hour until we get the drinks, after three times asking for napkins, 40minutes later they brought them. We were not the only guests who are complaining. It supposed to be a five star hotel, but the service is very disappointing.…
This hotel is located in the midst of a gigantic building site, our taxi driver couldn’t even find a way through it. Around the building site there are abundant heaps of plastic rubbish. The hotel itself is mediocre, with limited communal areas. The restaurant got very cold in the evening, as it was insufficiently heated. The price of the rooms at close to USD 500/ night is exorbitant for what you get. You thought of coming to Fez to enjoy the atmosphere of the medina? Then you should stay a million miles away from this hotel. Go to Riad Fes instead, which costs the same and is full of charm.
A very nice hotel away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre. Great view overlooking Fes and into the mountain ranges. The rooftop bar at night had a very nice ambience to it and the pool was great to lounge around on a hot day with cocktails. Breakfast was a relatively good selection. Spa could only accommodate one person at a time.
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