We stayed at Dar Attajalli for 4 or 5 nights in September of 2010, right at the end of Ramadan.
What a beautifully restored building !
Kleo and her amazing staff looked after us incredibly.
We were sick for about a day or 2, during which time Naim soothed our troubled stomachs with his Berber medicine.
Kleo assisted with organising a car to Marrakech and getting a carpet shop to open for us on the night of Eid (our last night in Fes).
The breakfasts on the rooftop terrace were awesome. My favourite was the soft boiled eggs with cumin and olive oil.
The terrace was a great place to relax in the evening after a day of getting lost in the Medina.
We were up there on the last night of Ramadan when all the surrounding mosques made their last call to prayer for Ramadan - what a haunting experience.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Dar Attajalli is a small palace and architectural jewel offering 5 tastefully furnished and exquisitely decorated suites and rooms with beautiful en suite bathrooms. Let yourself enchant in this oasis of tranquility by the gentle ripple of the courtyard fountain, the scent of cedar wood and the unique view over the magical medina from the ample roof terrace. Situated only 5 minutes from guarded parking, some steps away are the historical sights and lively bazaars. ... more less
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