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A great hotel, which for what is seems is run by women. Which is a refreshing change in Morocco. You do need to get petit taxis most places however these are cheap and easily available. The hotel is clean and spacious the breakfast was delicious....More
Talked to a guy on a scooter that came up to one of our four motorbikes coming in to Fes. Asked him for a good riad, and he took us to Dar Aliane. We were warmly welcomed by two very friendly women who spoke good...More
We previewed the room it seemed nice so we parked and moved our baggage in. The the staff yelled at us a little before letting us know that the rates had increased 40%. The tagine dinners where 10x what we have paid other places. This...More
We recently stayed here and the place was disgusting. It smelt like a sewer.
It is very expensive for what it is, and the owner and staff are rude, talking about us in arabic which they did not realise we understood.
They were very aggressive...More
US$48 - US$78 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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