The staff's friendliness and Fatima's welcome made our time in Meknes special. Fatima took more time than you'd expect her to have to assist and enlighten us about Morocco, Meknes and any other queries we had.
After a baptism of fire in Marrakech the smaller size of Meknes and its medina was very welcome. After a day I could just about remember the route to and from the Riad to the Main Square.
Yes, the morning call to prayer was from a local mosque, but honestly, what do people expect in a small Medina in an Islamic country...? I guess the people who complain also eat in McDonalds in Morocco! We preferred to embrace the culture, which included, it is true, some noise from local residents till quite late. Again, this is in a residential area and in the medina children have nowhere else to play football etc.
So much to see and do in Meknes and Fatima's understanding of the place and the history made it a rewarding trip. We met many wonderful people in Meknes.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Riad Amazigh is an authentic guest house in the Medina of Meknes.It's a nice house built in 1880, in the heart of the old Medina, close to the main historic monuments.You will be welcome to this house, and you will discover Berber hospitality. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Riad Amazigh Hotel Meknes