Hotel Riad Amazigh(0 stars)

32, Derb Moulay Ahmed Chebli View on map

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Riad Amazigh - an oasis in the medina of Meknes archived
  • Recommended hotel
  • Couples
  • Countryside & spa
  • October 2011
We spent 1 night in Riad Amazigh right in the centre of the medina in Meknes, Morocco. The riad (guest house) is owned by Madame Fatima, a French-Moroccan lady who renovated it and built several rooms on the roof of the house. If you have the chance, take one of the rooms at the attic or on the roof, it is worth it, the view above the roofs of Meknes is incomparable. The hall down in the riad where all guests are introduced is beautifully furnished in Moroccan style. read hotel review
  • Room
    6.0

    The room was big enough for a couple, the bathroom was very simple, just a concrete extension of the room on the roof of the guest house. But this all fit together well and we had a good sleep there. The room was one of the new ones which lady Fatima had built on the roof of the guest house.

  • Gastronomy
    6.0

    The breakfast was delicious, nutrition not only for our stomach but also for our eyes. We were offered several types of bread, jams, honey and the traditional mint tea. And all this was served at the terrace (roof) of the guest house. This was one of my best breakfasts while traveling.

  • Service
    6.0

    The services were excellent. The room on the roof was clean and beautiful, decorated in Moroccan style. The penthouse at the roof offered us a nice shelter to have breakfast in the morning and take beautiful photos. We were welcomed by two girls, employees of lady Fatima, who offered us tea and cakes before filling in the guest forms. They also offered us going with us to our car to show us where we can repark it behind the city walls. Lady Fatima offered us her help in anything we needed and came with us to negotiate the price for the parking which was very good as she used the Arabic language with the locals.

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    6.0

    We spent 1 night in Riad Amazigh right in the centre of the medina in Meknes, Morocco. The riad (guest house) is owned by Madame Fatima, a French-Moroccan lady who renovated it and built several rooms on the roof of the house. If you have the chance, take one of the rooms at the attic or on the roof, it is worth it, the view above the roofs of Meknes is incomparable. The hall down in the riad where all guests are introduced is beautifully furnished in Moroccan style.

  • Location
    6.0

    The riad is situated in the medina of the city of Meknes, on the left side of the main road for cars. The best is to ask lady Fatima to provide for you the map how to get to the guest house from the street as the medina is very complicated and you might have to ask the locals to show you and pay them baksis. Once you get out of the riad, you can immediately start exploring medina and its hundreds of small shops.

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