x The average starting price for a place to stay in Fes is £29 per night.
8 Rue Taryana Talaa Lakbira Fès-MedinaOutstanding 100%
No. 4, Derb Sornas Ziat, FezOutstanding 100%
jverdonk Dar el Ma is a beautiful little Riad in the Medina of Fez, it is beautiful and the rooms are big and quiet. If you close all the windows you don't hear the Mosques calling up for prayers.
34 Derb Sidi Safi Souiket Ben Safi Talaa Sghira MedinaExcellent 94%
ripman_j The hospitality of Kareem and his family exceeded all our expectations, help with shopping and trip planning in particular. Breakfast was an extradinary sampling of ten or more traditional Fassi breads with all the beverages, cheese, honey and olives. Interesting conversation, respectful care all around. The quiet safe location was particularly welcome at the end of a long day.
42/52, Derb Bni Aich, Talaa Sghira Grande porte Bab Boujloud fez marocExcellent 93%
csmrunning I am so pleased we stayed at Dar Sienna - Ahmed, Said & Saba (apologies if spelt wrong) couldn't do enough for us. We received so much more than we expected or ever recieved anywhere else we have ever stayed. The acommodation is beautiful with everything you need. We stayed in two different rooms over 4 nights and both are clean, comfortable beds with clean towels. A lot of our time was spent sitting on the roof terrace sipping mint tea and chatting with Ahmed, the manager. We met many other travellors during our stay and they all loved Dar Sienna. the location is perect - the roof terrace is high and you can see all across the Medina to the mountains, tombs, ruins the palace in the distance. Nothing can beat sitting up on the terrace in the very early morning watching the sun rise and hearing the morning call to prayer - very spiratual place and the medina has a beautfil hue. Caroline & Simon
24 Derb el Menia Kbira Fez MedinaExcellent 91%
17 Arset el Hammoumi ZiatExcellent 90%
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