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All reviewssmall poolrooftop terracebeautiful riadate dinner at the riadsitting roomauthentic moroccan stylea lovely place to staylocation was perfectcentral courtyardblue gaterooms are largehome away from homean oasistaginemint teafrenchguide
Fantastic welcome in Fes! Enjoyable dinner and lovely swimming night at the riad.
We didn’t need to go outside! Everything is here with us! You can join a beer too! Rooms are big, clean and very comfortable. Great staff! Thank you 💝
Arrived in Fes, the cultural capital of morocco. As with most rIads, the riad de cle de fes, was located in a nondescript alleyway.
As with most riads, the exterior is humdrum so as to fit in with the neighbourhood, and to not show equality...More
This is a lovely place to stay in Fez Medina. You really feel you part of Moroccan culture.
The staff are very friendly and professional and had no trouble understanding an Aussie.
There is a small pool which is great for cooling off after a...More
What a wonderful place. Really authentic Moroccan style, beautiful rooms and inside courtyard. Very friendly staff can organise transfers from train or airport and book day trips for you. But if you plan to go to Meknes, don’t go on a Friday!
There are so many Riads to choose from in Fes it can be overwhelming. Our decision was made on the location of the Cle de Fes. It is on the edge of the medina, less than a 15 minute walk to the blue gate, where...More
No cooking class. As to nearness to the Riad you mentioned, I do not know where that is. As to transport from airport, you would hire a taxi. We took a Grand Taxi from Fez back to Tangiers and got to Fez by way of bus, 6... More
No cooking class. As to nearness to the Riad you mentioned, I do not know where that is. As to transport from airport, you would hire a taxi. We took a Grand Taxi from Fez back to Tangiers and got to Fez by way of bus, 6 hours from Tangiers.
They procured for us an excellent guide, spoke good English and was a knowledgeable in history.