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All reviews other guests served family style call to prayer rooftop terrace owners and staff from scratch breakfast and dinner wonderful hosts old house the ground floor three nights mint tea highlight of our trip panoramic view an oasis tile work rooms are beautiful
Dar Seffarine is stunning. No words can describe the breathtakingly beauty of this place. I stayed two nights here (from a 12-day trip in Morocco). Dar Seffarine was my favorite. Best tea. Best food. Best service. Best guests. Dar Seffarine is such a special place...More
This is a gorgeous riad in an excellent location. They couple that refurbished it did a sunning job. From the tile work to the authentic decor, it’s truly lovely. The dining area has an indoor outdoor feel, with live trees and plants. The food is...More
Being first-timers to Morocco, my husband and I totally didn’t know what to expect. I booked this riad based solely on reviews and on the day of departure, my husband pointed out that our riad appears to be far away from Bab Boujloud gate and...More
I can't say enough good things about Dar Seffarine. My partner and I stayed there for two nights as part of a longer trip through Morocco, but would gladly have stayed another week. It is like being welcomed into an old friend's (wonderfully appointed) home....More
We had a wonderful time at Dar Safferiene. The staff was fantastic and very helpful, making reservations at restaurants, calling guides to help us find the restaurants, arranging day trips, etc.
We ate dinner at the Riad two nights and it was the best two...More
Response from CanadaWanderer | Reviewed this property |
I completely understand wanting to have some choices for dinner. We walked throughout the medina and I think there are certainly restaurants nearby, or not too far of a walk from Dar Seffarine. In terms of safety, although... More
I completely understand wanting to have some choices for dinner. We walked throughout the medina and I think there are certainly restaurants nearby, or not too far of a walk from Dar Seffarine. In terms of safety, although the streets in the Medina may seem a little dark at night, we did not feel unsafe once we were familiar with the area. The first night we arrived in Morocco and we walked through the the Medina to get to the riad I was a little uncomfortable, but after seeing everything in the light of day and walking around a bit I felt totally safe the following evening.
If you decide to stay at Dar Seffarine, have them arrange transport from the airport for you, it was so easy and inexpensive. finding your way around the Medina can be quite overwhelming.
The staff there will definitely provide you with directions and remember when you are walking through the Medina, be careful who you take directions from. Many boys and men will tell you that a street is closed so that they can guide you and they would want payment.
It was such a great place to stay I would definitely stay there again, even if it meant walking a little bit further for dinner. Looking at the map, it looks quite far from restaurants, but I don't think it would be longer than 10 minutes or so to most of them.
Hope this helps.