We stayed for 3 nights in March. We were very lucky and had great weather. We only ate 1 meal at the restaurant but it was very good and we regretted not eating there the last night. I have never been served breakfast at 0430 so I can make my flight. Pancakes (reheated but still! ) cake, tea, coffee, hot milk and the night porter there to look after us. Room are large and simple but clean and nice. The reception could not be more helpful but beware this is Morocco and very few people are fluent in English, we speak French so got along OK but he was still very patient with my rusty language skills. If you only speak English you may have to think about a good phrase book. You will need a car to get to the city from here but it is worth it for the calm and space.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Villa Agapanthe is the perfect combination between a hotel with all facilities and the hospitality of a guesthouse. Located on the outskirts of Fès on a half hectare land, Villa Agapanthe will offert you a warm welcome, in a pleasant and quite atmosphere.You will be delighted to find peace after a day out, visiting the médina or having wondered through the streets of the Impèrial CityVilla Agapanthe is newly built and unique type of accomodation in Fès. ... more less
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