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3 bis,Derb Tazi ,Riad Salhi Rass Jnane ,Fes Medina, 32000 Fez, Morocco – Show map
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Public parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is needed) and costs EUR 2 per day.
Airport Shuttle (surcharge), Tour Desk
2:00 PM - 11:00 PM
7:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a crib.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 1.
Pets are not allowed.
This property only accepts cash payments.
Based on 84 reviews
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Hotel Splendid is located in the centre of Fes, 3 km from the Old Medina and the Bou Inania Madrasa. The hotel offers a terrace, free Wi-Fi in public areas and a patio with an outdoor swimming pool.
Score from 249 reviews Review score
Offering a spa and wellness centre and a restaurant, Dar Chourouk is located in Fès. An array of activities can be enjoyed on site or in the surroundings, including golfing and hiking.
Score from 45 reviews Good
Offering a restaurant, Riad Noujoum Medina is located in Fès. An array of activities can be enjoyed on site or in the surroundings. Free WiFi access is available.
Score from 70 reviews Very good
Located in front of the Jnane Sbile Garden in Fes, Hotel Jane Sbile offers a steam bath, garden, terrace and 24-hour reception. It is just a 3-minute walk from the Batha Museum.
Score from 216 reviews Good
Loved the service and hospitality, best service ever, the family are very friendly and help us around didnt need to book any tour guide the family will look after you in every possible way. They will ensure you dont get ripped off and saved us lots of money when out shopping. Good to gave a local with lots of knowledge
It was the best stay ever. You could never find anything better than this, trust me. In Dar Lahnin one can feel as in family, not in a hostel, which makes the trip even more wonderful. We had a chance to meet many new amazing people and to try traditional food of Fez, which is very tasty. We are very grateful for the owner for those two awesome days that we spent in this hostel. We will probable won't be able to find any better hostel than this!!!! Thanks a lot!!!! If we are in Fez one more time again, we will definitely choose this hostel as we were safe and taken care of all the time! The best of the bests!!!!!!!!!! THANKS!!!!!!!
I just cannot say anything negative because it was simply perfect!!!!!
Great food, nice owners ready to help.
Cold in the night, very hard to find the place.
The owners were so helpful with helping us find the place, they went above and beyond to make sure we travelled around safely.
Its cold at night in winter, so bring your warm pjs'
Bad position. Not clean. No hot water. Very cold in the night without heating. Impossible to find it and to go out when is dark. We were the only ones in the "hostel" (it is a family house).
The owner of the place is the kindest person you'll find in Morocco. He picked us up and took to the hotel when we first arrived and at night he offered himself to picked us up again at the souk entrance to take us to the hotel. The breakfast was OUTSTANDING, and the place is really, really beautiful. One of the nicest places I've been, totally recommended.
Is a wonderful place, we felt like at home, they took care of us like a family. The food is amazing and abundant. With breakfast is possible arrive to the dinner! Perfect position in the old Medina, not easy to find at first, but they come to pick up everywhere and always. I suggest them to everybody wants to live real marocco... In harmony...
Breakfast of kings, we felt home, the owner come at station and pick up us for free, it looks like you stay with a family...thanks for the welcome!we will remind you forever
best traditional breakfast we had in morroco, the only downside that there were no orange juice but there were lots of pancakes, cottage cheese, eggs and plenty of other stuff. Host was helpful even though sometimes the prices of the things looked overboosted.
hard to find it for the first time by your own, and those faux guides will rip you off for showing the way, and our guide had hard time finding it cause he was always saying its not his area :D we ordered official guide through them later, and it was ok, but the guide was kinda showing us various tourist places and shops when we wanted to see local life and things and not the fancy tourist space.
This family run riad was absolutely fantastic. The rooms are large and airy and the central courtyard is such a pleasant surprise after the narrow lanes of the medina. We got up early to watch the sun rise from the rooftop terrace which was was a magical experience and thorougly enjoyed the large moroccan breakfasts. What really stands out about this riad is the friendliness of the staff; they met us at the CTM bus station to lead us to the hostel and came out in the evening to make sure we hadn't got lost. We Also had some delicious freshly squeezed orange juice prepared by the owner's mum after a sweaty day traipsing around the medina.
Nice staff. Large room. Welcoming family.
One shared toilet for whole riad. Difficult to find (as are most riads in the medina).
The family were extremely friendly and accommodating during our stay. The facilities were great and the beds comfy. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay, highly recommend!
Completely all. Stay here is to experience an authentic Moroccan family.
- the owner, who lives in the house with his family, speaks good French and was very hospitable and willing to spend time with us, answer questions about Morocco, advise etc. - we could choose the room, either on the ground level (not a good choice, unless you want to feel as one of the family members) or at the top floor - a nice, spacious room with 2 large beds, overlooking the atrium - a chance to see a real moroccan home, with typical furniture, decor, style, etc. - a panoramic view from the roof, especially at night - big and tasty breakfast
- well, bed linen was simply dirty and smelly, not changed for God knows how long - the bathroom (shower & WC) was also dirty and smelly, has not seen a sponge or brush for a long time; a wash basin outside was terribly dirty, as if nobody had cleaned it for the last 10 years - it is obviously a lived-in house, however, listening to a laoud family quarrel in moroccan until well after midnight was a bit disturbing. Ear plugs are a must!
We are a group of three girls and we stayed in this beautiful riad for 2 nights. I really cannot imagine a better place where to spend two days in Fes. All the family it's extremely kind and they took care of us, showing us the city, helping us with the checking on line and with the taxi. We really felt like home and like in our own family. I recommend you to spend your time with Omar and his family. Morover the location it's perfect (in the old Medina) and the breakfast it's big and delicious.
There were 4 of us sleeping in a big room as we asked for. The family was very nice to us and helped us by giving useful information and keeping our rucksacks for a whole day without extra charge. English, french and spanish spoken. Plenty of food both for breakfast (included) and dinner ( 10 euro each).
The room wasn't perfectly clean and the hot water didn't work.
Nice roof terrace with cool view on the Medina.
If you can choose other place to stay, don't go to Dar Lahnin. The father of the family didn't let us leave the riad in the evening for the dinner, but "offered" us one in their house - for 12 euros per plate. Bathrooms very dirty.
Very helpful and kind family. Well situated big house with a magnificent view from the roof terrace.
The stuff are really nice and friendly. The super sweet tea was delicious and "Ajuk" (son of the owners) saved our lifes during our way back home to the hostel. Thank you.
Localisation. After two days and taking pictures of the way back we finaly got it. It's like a labirynth The hostel is in old Medina where the streets are really small and after 8-9 p.m. we found the area a bit dangerous.The only alive people are standing next to the walls, staring at you and trying to "help you" in not the way we liked.
The staff is very helpful and friendly! We really enjoyed our stay.
Breakfast is good.
The host is likely to mislead us.
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