This Riad was our last stop in Morocco. As a group of 8 people we had always booked ahead and only stayed in Medinas and in riads which gave you the real flavor of a city. This Riad had spectacular rooms facing the central courtyard and particularly the rooms on the top floor with access to the roof top. The views there were amazing. You will get used to stairs when to stay in riads, and they are worth the climb. The manager and staff there speak English and are very helpful when it comes to guides which you will need initially for the medina which is a labarynth of allies that you will get lost in. Great stay and end to our Moroccan experience
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- If you are looking for modern standards of comfort in a sumptuous traditional residency, Riad Fez Yamanda is the place for you.Built in the late 19th century, the Riad has been rehabilitated into guest house in 2007 after being restored by talented artists and craftsmen. Today eight rooms on behalf of thinkers and celebrities that have contributed with their knowledge to Fez, have been carefully designed to ensure you a memorable stay.Located in the heart of the first historic and cultural capital of Morocco, today World Heritage by UNESCO, Riad Fez Yamanda is easily accessible from Place Batha and Bab Boujloud (Blue Gate), popular for its proximity to shops, restaurants and transport, while being within walking to the main historical and cultural attractions.Riad Fez Yamanda preserves its architecture that inherits from a history over 1200 years. ... more less
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