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Dar al Safadi was one of the most authentic, charming and impressionable places we've ever experienced. We'd recommend it anyone who wants to truly dive into another culture, particularly us Americans. It felt like we were staying with family. Anwar and Fatta took amazing care...More
In January 2016 I had the pleasure to stay at this Riad.
The attention and the food here is fantastic!
The owner Chantal, took so much care of me. Her food is unbelievably good.
The view to the Medina is fantastic.
I treasure in my...More
Dar al Safadi is one of the most beautiful places i have ever been in Marocco: the host is really kind, the position is great (it is in medina). I suggest to you to taste their cousine: a perfect mix between marocco and france !!!...More
This was our first stop in Fes and it was amazing. Arrangements were made by our guide and we were not disappointed. The courtyard is stunning, the rooms are beautiful and the bathrooms even were gorgeous, great breakfast. An amazing view from the rooftop. I...More
Awesome stay, outstanding food, very nice location with great view And secured parking. Hostess is very kind, has recommended a very professional guide. As other reviews, the great point is the food.
Can only strongly recommend. We had the whole ryad for us and they...More
US$60 - US$80 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#26 Family Hotel in Fes
#33 Romantic Hotel in Fes
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I am considering Dar Al Safadi on our first trip to Fez. Will the taxi from the airport be able to deliver us to the door of the hotel?
We are considering arriving at 10:30 pm, so am concerned with being on the street at 11:00. I would appreciate recommendations and advice.
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"let the consierge reserve a taxi for you if you want to arrive directly to rhe hotle (it is not simple the..."