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What a great place. Nothing from the outside but once inside WOW! Our room was large and comfortable, the food fantastic and all the people involved in running the Dar Roumana were very friendly and helpful. This Riad is close enough to the Medina to...More
My wife and I recently stayed here for 4 nights during our honeymoon in Morocco. We booked the Argana room for 2 nights and the Yasmina room for 2 nights, and we were upgraded to the Yasmina room a night early for no charge. The...More
We have spent 3 nights at this old but nicely restored Riad which is stunning. Really amazing tiles on th walls make it so beautiful. The rooms are spacious and very clean. The staff is very friendly and the manager was very kind and helpful...More
My wife and I spent four nights. Our room on the ground floor was spacious and comfortable.
Food and service were excellent even on chef's night off. We loved the ground floor dining area in the centre of the building but open to the sky...More
We ended our tour of Morocco in Fes and saved the best for last. Dar Roumana is possibly one of the most stunning riads you'll see anywhere in Morocco - it has been beautifully and tastefully renovated.
We booked the Yasmina suite, but on arrival...More
Response from Seas0ndTraveler | Reviewed this property |
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."