Ratings based on 7 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 Room cleanliness
3.9 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
4.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Couplesby Manisha from Mumbai
Posted Feb 20, 2014 on Hotels.com
The only hotel to be located next to Borj Nord with a stunning view of the city, this place is worth a stay. Provides ample reason to just stay back in the hotel itself & enjoy the magnificent view from the room. The staff is courteous.. Places to visit are in walkable distance if one is up for a walk down the hill into the medina & places surrounding it..rooms need a bit of maintenance though
for Familiesby Family from Rabat, Morocco
Great Location, Food, and ServicePosted Nov 20, 2013 on Hotels.com
This hotel sits on a hill, overlooking the old city (gorgeous view!) It is very close to the medina, blue gate, a pottery school, and the jewish quarter. Easy to locate on our GPS. The pool is outdoors and is a good size. Parking is onsite with many spaces. We had two vehicles and had no problems parking right near the entrance. The service was very nice. The restaurant on site served delicious food. The selection was well varied with moroccan, american, and italian foods. For breakfast there was a buffet with an omelet station, moroccan pancakes, breads, cereals, fruit, cheese, ham etc... and it was included with the room. They arranged a guide for us who met us at the hotel and rode with us in our vehicle. I highly recommend a guide to see the sites. We had three rooms. On check-out day, they let us keep one of the rooms a little longer to keep our stuff in it and use the bathroom there until we were done with our tour of the city. The room came with a mini-fridge. Hot water/good water pressure. The negative parts of this hotel are that there is no place to charge your various electronic devices (we used one outlet and had to take out the cord to a lamp for it), the beds and pillows were very firm and uncomfortable, the rooms were very run down, and they were pretty small. We had the deluxe rooms which had two double beds put together and there was little room to walk around them. Overall, a nice stay with a great location, food and service.
for Getaway With Friendsby Melissa from NYC
Best view in FezPosted Jul 2, 2013 on Hotels.com
I stayed for 2 nights at this hotel - it was fabulous! It is on a hill overlooking the medina, and the view is unbelievable. However, it does mean that you have to take a cab to the medina. Lovely pool and great breakfast buffet. Luxurious rooms with 2 king beds. The concierge went out of his way to look after my friend and I (2 women traveling alone), which was much appreciated. I highly recommend staying here.
Recommendedby Frank from Montreal Canada
Posted Mar 12, 2013 on Hotels.com
We thought the hotel was nice. Service however was somewhat questionable. With the exception of one of the doorman who was really polite and went out of his was, we found the rest of the staff to be somewhat unfriendly. The hotel has a really nice view of the medina, and the surrounding are very nice. We would have proffered to have picked somewhere closer to the medina. For the price we paid, I didn't think that it represented value. If you are young or young at heart I would not recommend this hotel as it felt a little old. The breakfast was nice, view was magnificent. Terasse looked amazing.. I honestly thought we could have chosen a better place.
Les MerinidesPosted Jan 30, 2013 on Hotels.com
The views of the Medina are beautiful, especially at night. The beautiful and traditional Moroccan decor was exceptional. Being a bit out of city was nice after a long day seeing the wonderful city of Fez and a welcoming place to relax and have tea on the balcony or swim in the beautiful pool. Fez is not to be missed during a trip to Morocco and Les Merinides is a great place to stay!
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Singapore
Posted Jan 24, 2012 on Hotels.com
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Nîmes
un palace en perte de vitessePosted Jun 13, 2008 on Hotels.com
une superbe vue sur Fès, une piscine sympathique. le centre est un peu éloigné (petits taxis rouges à prévoir mais coût des courses dérisoire). Les Ménérides a été un palace du groupe "Le Méridien" mais là, il décline: les prestations sont trés bonnes mais pas à la hauteur d'un 5 étoiles: serveurs désagréables, réception absente, plagiste invisible. c'est chipoter, me direz vous, mais si on choisit un 5 étoiles, c'est bien pour un service irréprochable! cet hotel qui a beaucoup d'atouts devrait se reprendre!