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We stayed in the Yasmina suite in October 2017.
Similar to most reviews, we had an excellent stay and highly recommend Dar Roumana. As most reviews are stellar, I will only add a few additional comments related to kids: We traveled with our two sons...More
A very professionally and friendly run Riad which greatly raised the whole experience of visiting Morocco. I also stayed one night in a big brand 5-star hotel but this Riad tops that on all fronts. I fully recommend staying here. If you need picking up...More
Dar Roumana was the perfect place for our 5-day journey to Fez, an adventurous trip back in time and away from the hectic modern world. The magic of entering the Dar, without any outside indications of the world within, was like a Disney version of...More
Dar Roumana is to the north of the main artery through the Fes medina. It is a bit difficult to find (and a porter is needed to get luggage to its doorstep from the nearest taxi stand), and from the outside, it looks pretty much...More
Dar Roumana was a highlight of our Moroccan adventure. The riad is spectacular with intricate tile work, carved plaster, and carved and painted wood features. We stayed in the ground floor room that opened into the enclosed courtyard area. We found our room very comfortable...More
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It's a short walk from the nearest gate to Dar Roumana. The gates having parking lots, though I'm sure you have to pay someone to keep an eye on the car. If you have a cell you'll be set as you can call the Dar to alert them... More
It's a short walk from the nearest gate to Dar Roumana. The gates having parking lots, though I'm sure you have to pay someone to keep an eye on the car. If you have a cell you'll be set as you can call the Dar to alert them of your arrival. If you don't it could be problematic as nothing is easy to find on your first entrance into the medina. Vanessa is terrific, alert her to your plans and I'm sure she'll help you figure it all out. ENJOY!
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"Each of the 6 rooms is unique, but all are impressive."