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Newest reviews for Maison Famille Tazi

  • Evelyn
      Ireland
    August 26, 2014

    Very friendly staff, who made a big effort and arranged for an official guide to view Fez. Great breakfast on the terrace, which held an amazing view of the whole Medina.

    8.8

  • Kristina
      Germany
    August 24, 2014

    Nice owner, super breakfast on the roof terrace

    I don't like it when the cleaning ladies ask for tip, I'd rather leave some money in my room. But this was too offensive!

    7.5

  • Margherita
      Italy
    July 18, 2014

    real family homestay. Best thing: the terrace, thouh you have to pass through the family flat.. first embarassing, then pleasant

    only one key for a triple room, a bit dependable

    7.5

  • Anonymous
      Australia
    June 26, 2014

    Great place, homely with a charming terrace. Good location, very peaceful. Highly recommended.

    9.2

  • Milosh
      United States of America
    June 23, 2014

    Great old house in beautiful Moroccan style in the old Medina. We were on the first floor and had breakfast on the terrace with great view. Friendly and helpful staff!

    The parking is not that close, a little more than 5 minutes walking distance, and it takes some time to figure out which way to go, but after all this is the idea of staying in the medina :)

    9.6

  • Jeanne
      United States of America
    June 3, 2014

    The family that runs this is extremely nice. The location is perfect. It is inside the Medina, fairly close to the "blue gate" main entrance and fairly easy to find -just 1-1/2 turns off the main street. The room had a comfy bed, nice bath with tiled shower and a good air conditioner. The breakfast was on the roof overlooking everything and, this is the best part, they give you a whole pot of coffee!

    The shower curtain was torn (not that big of a deal - it still worked), they didn't make up our room (we were there just 2 nights so, again, not that big of a deal except that we ran out of toilet paper.)

    9.6

  • Marguerite
      Australia
    June 1, 2014

    The wife of the owner of the Maison Famille Tazi is a very good cook. I would recommend that guests eat at least one meal there. Chose either, tagine, cous cous or meatballs and it will possibly be the best meal you will have in Morocco. Check price before you order.The wonderful cook's name is Fatima.

    The owner of this establishment was very keen to be paid immediately for all 3 nights accommodation. His manner improved once he was paid! Very steep stairs to our room and the roof terrace for breakfast. The beautifully tiled entrance was not replicated in the rooms, which were perfectly adequate but not of the same standard.

    6.3

  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    May 17, 2014

    Strong smell of sewage in the hotel and the room. Many young boys hanging around in the area, they would keep following you, try to bring you here and there and ask for money, which gives you very unpleasant and unsecured feeling.

    4.2

  • Anastasia
      Morocco
    May 16, 2014

    Nevertheless the room is clean and comfortable.

    They do not have bathroom in the room, it is in the corridor infront of entrance to the riad. The door is too slim and with glass, so you hear all sounds. On the way to the top terrace, where they serve a breakfast, you have to go throught the room of the hosts. Nevertheless the room is clean and comfortable.

    5.4

  • Randy
      Morocco
    May 11, 2014

    breakfast on roof terrace.

    booked with WC, but never got one. Had to make second bed on sofa myself. impossible to find it without help, require cart (5 euros) to take in your luggage from parking place, about 10 minutes walk.

    5.4

  • Felix
      Italy
    May 5, 2014

    The breakfast is very good, you take it at the terrace where you have a good view of the medina and even if it is not buffet they serve you plenty of fresh home-made food.

    I'll try to clear some aspects so other people don't have the same problems we did: 1. the owner does not speak English! only French or Arabic, so this can be an issue, especially if you have some problem(s) with your room, etc. 2. the guest-house has only two double rooms, one has private bathroom the other does not, thus the bathroom is outside the room and even if the owner says it is "private", other people can use it (there's no key or anything) and in fact all days of our stay we saw the owner's children using the bathroom! So if you select a double room, you have 50% chances of not having a private bathroom (not fair when both rooms have the same price!) 3. the double rooms are at the main floor, and the doors have a big hole in the lower edge, so there's absolutely no sound isolation (we heard our friends in the other double room across the hall!) 4. location is fairly good: near the entrance of the medina. The problem is that you have to deviate from the main "street" and you have to take a couple of narrow, dirty and dark alleys to arrive, so it's not nice and at night it could be insecure (in fact, I recommend not being outside the hotel after 22.00) 5. at our arrival the bathroom was dirty, and they do not do any cleaning during your stay 6. the owner and its family live there, but it is not a big problems since they are nice people, however sometimes children made noise 7. in the same instant of your arrival the owner ask you to pay the whole reservation, and he is quite insistent with this

    5.8

  • Jaime
      Italy
    May 5, 2014

    WiFi was excellent in our floor. Breakfast was above average.

    Our review is mostly negative due to the fact that our room was not what we booked. Be careful, they offer two "standard double rooms", both of them are on the main floor, however, one has an en-suite bathroom, the other doesn't; they offer a bathroom outside literally in front of the Riad's main entrance. We had booked both rooms and it was a shock to find out one didn't have a bathroom. After an argument with the owner (Said), we managed to negotiate a different rate for the non bathroom room and he assured us that, even though the bathroom was not in the room, it was intended for private use. We later found this not to be true, since we saw the family using it in several occasions. By the way, you could not lock the door.

    4.6

  • Steen
      Denmark
    April 25, 2014

    Spend 10 days in Fez with my wife visiting our daughter who is studing arabic there as part of her education. Took the chance of staying in the middle of the old Medina i stead of a ordinary hotel in Ville Nouvelle where my daughter stays. It was a very positive experience. The place is great - the pictures shown is what you get! My best recommendations.

    8.3

  • Anonymous
      Germany
    April 10, 2014

    - family atmosphere - nice view from the terrace & breakfast area - good breakfast - possibility to cook for ourselves in the downstairs kitchen - traditional decor & interior

    - some things need to be fixed (e.g. shower knob was missing, tv was missing in the big suite (wasn't really a problem for us), moldy shower curtain) - the owner can be pretty pushy, he organized us a city guide although we didn't want one

    6.7

  • Kinga
      Poland
    April 6, 2014

    Charming riad inside Medina. Good service, breakfast whenever you feel like and delicious. Very authentic experience of life in riad. Would reccomend this place and will definetely comeback.

    8.8

  • Kinga
      Poland
    April 6, 2014

    Charming riad inside Medina. Good service, breakfast whenever you feel like and delicious. Very authentic experience of life in riad. Would reccomend this place and will definetely comeback.

    8.8

  • Lotte
      Netherlands
    March 29, 2014

    Really nice roof terasse and very clean rooms and bathroom.

    10

  • Ira
      Netherlands
    March 22, 2014

    The breakfast was quite delightful, and the view of the terrace was lovely. The staff was sweet and caring.

    It was sometimes noisy, and they did not come to clean our room even once, but overall it was quite a delightful experience.

    6.7

  • Grant
      United Kingdom
    March 18, 2014

    Great location and facilities. Big room nice hosts and shower pressure

    The guys tried to charge me 100 dirham for a small bag of washing. Also the price is put there

    9.2

  • Anonymous
      Finland
    March 12, 2014

    -location -breakfast was nice - overall atmosphere

    - no heating, it was freezing in the night (we stayed in march) - we didn't have a private bathroom in the room allthoug we booked a room with a private bathroom

    5.8

  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    March 6, 2014

    Very friendly family run hotel. Good breakfast and great location in Medina (when you can find it!).

    Not very clear directions! We found if you get a petit taxi to Bab Boujloud (the blue gate). Then keep walking down the main road (Rue Talasghira) - follow this for what seems like a while (about 10 minutes). Keep going until you see a road on the right called Dar Gnaoua (there is a tiled sign for it on the wall). If you look above here there will be a few accommodation signs too, one of which is for Famille Tazi. There are more signs (above- for Famille Tazi) where you need to turn off. (I think it may be the second right?). Then Famille Tazi is just on your left.

    10

  • Anonymous
      Austria
    February 28, 2014

    The family is really friendly and helpful. Breakfast is prepared with love. The owners do not talk English very well, best language is French or Arabic.

    10

  • Louise
      United Kingdom
    February 21, 2014

    The Dar was very central and our room was large and clean. The roof top terrace was lovely. The breakfasts were good and plentiful.The family were very kind,even getting up super early to take us to our taxi to go home on our final morning

    The beds were a bit hard.

    9.2

  • Agnieszka
      Poland
    February 17, 2014

    Very good location in a heart of medina. Beatifull viue from taracce.

    8.3

  • Carlos
      Brazil
    February 16, 2014

    Charming breakfest Hospitality Ever-changing TV channels from all around the world Beautiful affluent guesthouse but space could be better employed

    The hotel is a guesthouse deep into the Old Medina, in a dangerous corner. You won't get there without costly guidance. Past 9pm it is way dangerous to be outside. Noise all around. Especially in the first floor rooms. Never-ending stairs to the upper rooms. Stone cold marble in first floor rooms. Old wooden beds. Be sure they won't give away during the night.

    5.8

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