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Complexe Touristique Diamant Vert
Ranked #68 of 100 Hotels in Fes
Reviewed March 7, 2014

This semi detached bungalow was very comfortable with a large bed, kitchen and bathroom. We found it very easily after the peage on the motorway from Meknes/ Volubilis as there was a large blue sign pointing us in the right direction and another near the site. It is a few kms from Fez but a quiet area. There is a restaurant on site where the staff were helpful and food well priced. No breakfast included. No hair drier in the bungalow and they didn't have any on site either so make sure you bring one with you.

Room Tip: All the bungalows were in a quiet area but the site wasn't busy at this time of year.
  • Stayed: February 2014, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed December 31, 2013

This property is essentially a large scale camping, which also offers apartment style bungalows of different sizes. They come fully furnished and include a kitchen and a terrace, which gave me the impression of having my own home in Fes. The bungalows are located inside a large forest, about 10 km from the city center. Had a good sleep and a great experience!
One major issue is that if you don t have a car, there is virtually nothing you can do there. There is a shuttle to the city center, but if you need it outside it s schedule, it will cost a fortune.

Stayed: December 2013, traveled with family
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Reviewed June 19, 2012

Checking on the next destination, Fes, to make sure the camp site was still in business, I read some terrible reviews of Camping International. So I broadened the search and found Diamant Vert. A new water slide park on the outskirts of Fes. Camp site is a bit basic and needs and overhaul though I suspect that's coming as they have spent a fortune on the water slides, pools and bungalows. Staying at the camp site covers admission. Wifi is provided for the bungalows but we found it worked sometimes by the pool. Staying here for a few days.

  • Stayed: June 2012
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Reviewed June 14, 2012

we stayed at diamant vert from june 3rd to 10th june with our 3 daughters. The facilities of the bungalows are great, the waterpark is fantastic for all the kids of all ages. The staff are great and the reception assisted us with the bookings of our excursions. would recommend this to all. would definately go back again!!

  • Stayed: June 2012, traveled with family
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Reviewed June 2, 2012

At the end of our roundtrip in Morocco we choose this waterpark, specifically for it's swimming pools and attractions for young children. This was however a big disappointment for our 4-year old son, as all the pools were empty and attractions closed due to restoration work.
However, the bungalows are perfect for a family, and they have all the equipment you need. There is a big supermarket within 5 min. drive from the park. The staff is very helpful, and also be sure to book a guide in advance for a wonderful trip to the old medina of Fes.

  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled with family
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Reviewed April 22, 2012

Excellent place to stay, but make sure you stay there in the summer, and not the Spring, or any other time of year except summer.
In early April the aquapark, with its enormous water slides, and the swimming pool, were closed.
The aquapark would obviously be superb when it is in working order.
The whole site is very nice, picturesque, clean, and with a welcoming, helpful staff who can arrange lots of things, such as excursions and tours.
I suppose you could stay in a riad in the city instead, but you wouldn't be able to venture out at night and wander down to the river, listening to the chorus of frogs.
The bungalows were spotless and well-equipped, and were looked after by an excellent chambermaid. There was central heating, which we needed, and free wi-fi, but the connection for the internet, like the connection for the mobile phone network, was not always reliable.
However, the receptionist always let us use the hotel's computer for short periods when we needed to, and there were no connectivity problems then.
There was also a difficulty in making a landline phone call from the bungalow, and we had to book a call with the operator, which reminded me of the 1970's.
There is no shop on site, so you have to get a taxi to the nearest supermarket,but that is easily done and the taxi is inexpensive. The driver waited half an hour while we shopped !
The supermarket accepted credit cards, and we were able to buy all sorts of alcoholic drinks there !
Reception arranged a day tour of Fez for the 3 of us,(a tour mainly of the medina, which is the main thing to see in Fez) for the equvalent of around 40 pounds, or 13 pounds each.
The same travel agency contact offered a 2 day trip to the desert,with camels and tent included, for around 850 pounds ! which we declined.
The on-site restaurant is dry (i.e. has no alcoholic drinks), but would provide room service to the bungalow, so, having our own drinks in the bungalow we could turn their meal into a very good meal.
We tried some traditional Morroccan food there, which was fairly ok, but better than that were some traditional French dishes, which were really good.
(There is a strong French influence in Morrocco.)
We were taken to a beautiful looking, posh, Morroccan restaurant in the medina, to eat traditional Morroccan food. The food was interesting, but not very good.
The restauarant didn't take credit cards or debit cards, but accepts sterling and other currencies.
We found there are cash machines in Fez, too, where one can draw local currency.

  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled with family
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Reviewed October 8, 2011

party of 5 age range from 20 to senior. the stay was brilliant eveyone worked hard to ensure our holiday was a success. kamal the manager and his friend ali was 'godsend' after working all day he took the two 20 year olds out to see the 'real fez'. everyone was obliging, the bungalows were comfortable and well planned. the cooking facilities were excellent. patio doors leading onto the gardens were you can sit and eat.
very quiet at night ensuring a brilliant nights sleep.
we used the local taxi driver jawad all week who was very cheap the reception order him as and when required.bit of a way from the town but it is worth the trip for the peace. we jumped on the local bus at the roundabout (mins walk) and it took us straight to the town for approx 30p
the whole place had a feel safe factor to it probably due to mohammed the security who was fab with the 20 year olds. generally we have made life long friends and hope to go back in march 2012
if you go into town visit a lovey clean cafe that sell fresh food speciality is pizza which is to die for. the chef was trained in italy to make it pizza he speaks English so dont go to fez without visiting L'IMMIGRANT at rue patrice, lumumba, angle place, massira et BD MED V next to unichange money exchange.enjoy

Room Tip: all the rooms were excellent depends upon what your needs are eg having living area seperate etc
  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled with family
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Address: Km 5, Route d'ain Chkaf, Fes 30000, Morocco
Location: Morocco > Fes-Boulemane Region > Fes
Amenities:
Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
Ranked #68 of 100 Hotels in Fes
Price Range: $47 - $83 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3.5 star — Complexe Touristique Diamant Vert 3.5*
Number of rooms: 31
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
DIAMANT VERT resort ranked 1st class, located in AIN CHKEIF aéra, not far from the airport 10 minutes, just 5 minutes from downtown and 15 minutes from the Medina. We offer the availability of 36 bungalows all equipped with kitchenette, bathroom, terrace (30 of them have a lounge and 20 a second chamber), they all have direct telephone, air conditioning, safe, internet connection, TV satellite, cots are available upon request. We have also a restaurant for 120 peoples (Moroccan and international) ... more   less 
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