We enjoyed our stay at Dar al Safadi, but there are some things you may need to know. First is that you cannot be dropped off by taxi at the riad. There is a considerable walk involved to get there and it's not a straight line. And no signs. So when you return from dinner there is that moment when you are not quite sure which street goes where. There are plenty of locals to guide you, for a fee. But just know that upfront. Also the owner was out of town for the holidays and we didn't know that ahead of time. There was no one who spoke English there much of the time. All in all a good experience if you are prepared.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Dar Al Safadi is a Moroccan authentic house, located near to a carpark, in a district calm and made safe of Médina.La restoration of the house, furnishing including the bathrooms, and decoration were entirely carried out with the hand by craftsmen impassioned by their trade. In addition to the charm of the rooms, the clearness of the patio, decorated of a fountain, the splendid sight of the terrace on the médina will lead you to the daydream. ... more less
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