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Riad El Yacout
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Reviewed October 6, 2012

Not only the location is good, this riad is just charming, clean and peaceful.
The owner and his daughter are really friendly and care a lot about our comfort.
The staffs are always ready to help, especially Adil (I hope I spelled his name right) who went out of his way to help us and treated us like part of his family.
We will definitely be back to Riad Yacout and we will tell our friends in Spore all about it.

  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank Fiqah
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Reviewed September 28, 2012

good place to stay, good attention, food, rooms. We had a fine dinner, good breakfast service.
The location was excelent, at the entrance of the medina near good places to eat, near the blue door. Attended by the owners, and good staff

  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank tpv_12
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Reviewed August 4, 2012

We arrived at the riad very late (11:30 pm) and were met by the very pleasant staff with cold drinks and mint tea. Our driver had called ahead and they were happy to provide us with dinner (our first lemon chicken tajine) despite the hour. The riad is absolutely beautiful. We were given the "Bono" room which is apparently the best and we certainly wouldn't disagree. The whole experience, breakfasts, rooms, staff made us feel welcome and important. We had a private driver so we have no idea about location.

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled with family
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1  Thank Scigal1
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Reviewed July 24, 2012

In June, 2012, I stayed at Riad Yacout during the Fes World Sacred Music Festival. Not only was the hotel convenient to the music venues, the medina with its souks and many other tourist attractions, it offered sanctuary from the heat of the day in a place of beauty and charm that incorporates Fes traditional arts and crafts in the daily life of its staff and guests. Numerous reviews already posted here say much about the decor, the rooms and the meals, so I would like to focus on the extraordinary staff. Everyone did his or her best to see that guests felt at home in their rooms, beside the pool, in any of the lounges and in the dining room. Those who were themselves well-traveled were eager to explain local customs in an international context and to converse about the international news of the day as well as Moroccan history. As someone with dietary restrictions, I was particularly impressed with the kitchen's willingness to adapt traditional Moroccan meals to fit my needs.

Room Tip: Make sure your room has an adequate armoire.
  • Stayed: June 2012, traveled with friends
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Thank ProfPolly
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Reviewed July 16, 2012

We only spent one night in Riad El Yacout but we were very impressed. It was the most lavishly decorated riad or hotel we staying in during our two weeks in Morocco. The room was very large and there were three English language news channels on TV.

Another reviewed expressed complaints that puzzle me. Yes, the dinners are expensive, but no more so than other top-end riads. And our dinner and breakfast there were quite good. If you do not like the prices, the riad is very close to the Blue Gate and the numerous restaurants in that area. In fact it is in a great location.

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled as a couple
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