We spent one night here. It is well placed at the top of the entrance to the Medina. We were the only people staying there on the ground floor. The rooms are spacious but very mouldy and foosty and damp. Once the main door to the room is closed there is absolutely no air coming into the room. Staff are lovely and friendly
Wonderfully restored riad in the Medina. Huge room, stylish design in the whole building, nice terrace with view over the main square, very good breakfast, kind staff. Close to lots of places to eat and drink. Short walk to the fruit and veggie market. The room had no air-conditioning, that is a minus when you travel to Morocco in winter, especially, with a small child. Despite it all, it was not very cod that night. Some might argue it is hard to find, but once you follow the arrows, it becomes easy and not too much inside the old town, so it appears to be safe to reach even at night. Beautiful terrace, which you might not get to see in winter.It offers a view over the market square. Felloussia deserves a lot more than just a short stay in Meknes.
This riad is really beautiful and the room we had (suite) was big and clean. The bathroom was so particular and beautiful! Breakfast was good (bread, typical local bread and marmalade + coffee or tea and fresh squizzed orange juice) but could be improved with different products such as fresh fruit/cheese/etc The location is perfect: just one minute walking by Bab Al Mansour and with a beautiful view on the main plaza. I would defenetely recommend a stay in here!
We visited in July, when Meknes was sweltering in its usual daily 40°C. In retrospect, not a good time of year to stay in a traditional riad without air-conditioning. However, this one suffered more than most of the ones we stayed in on our trip. The rooms seemed a bit close and stuffy when we arrived, and as the only external window also serves as the entrance door, it was hard to ventilate the room in a secure manner. The traditional open courtyard was reasonably charming, and the hosts were efficient. The bathrooms were basic. But the biggest issue was that in hot weather you have to sleep with the door open, exposing yourself not only to visits from the local cats but also to the nocturnal cacophony of the surrounding Medina and the neighbouring square. Charming and authentic, but we baled after the first night and moved on.…
I stayed in this riad for one night and it felt weird being the only guest, especially since I was traveling alone. I had one of the rooms on the main level because I didn't want to ask the nice woman to carry my bag upstairs (and I wasn't feeling well enough to carry it myself). The room itself was cute and functional, but the showerhead sprayed in all directions so it was essentially not very usable. The hotel is located down some narrow alleys. Being a solo female traveler and not knowing anything about the city, I did not feel safe navigating the streets myself so I just stayed in my room all night. I wasn't even aware of the rooftop terrace that is mentioned in other reviews. It was a bit dreary outside the night I stayed so perhaps that's just as well.