We spent 2 nights in this riad organised by our local tour. When we first arrived, we didnt get the room with a double bed as originally booked and got the room on the mezzanine level. We could pretty much touch the ceiling of the room and overall the feeling was very cramped.
Food was below average compared to the other riads we've stayed in Morocco, and instead of eating in for another meal, we had to go out and find our own food. The staff (owner?) Mohammed had an attitude, or maybe he just didn't understand English.
Our room, being the one closest to the dining room/office, had the worst wi-fi connection. And the hype about that roof top terrace, just had a view of the buildings surrounding this riad, nothing special and wasnt maintained that well.
The only positive thing I could think of is maybe its location, it is fairly close to Bab Boujloud (5 mins walking distance). But with the abundance of riads in this city, I'm sure there's a better choice than this one.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Coming upon this riad, the traveller is transported into the splendours of Moorish art and architecture that reflect the deeply entwined history of Spain and Morocco. This ambience, along with the warm hospitality offered by the staff, will make your experience here unforgettable. Resplendent with carved plasterwork, mosaic tiles (known as zellij), doors and window frames of carved cedar wood, painted ceilings. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Riad Dar Cordoba Fes
- Riad Dar Cordoba Hotel Fes