Ratings based on 42 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.7 Room cleanliness
4.7 Service & staff
4.7 Room comfort
4.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Getaway With Friendsby A verified traveler
Riad Myra HotelPosted Jul 10, 2013 on Hotels.com
All the staff is excellent - go above & beyond expectations! The rooms are spacious with enough privacy. Some sites are within 15 minute walking distance, while a small market is within 5, with restaurants cheap compared to hotel dinner charges over three times the amount for the same thing you eat in market. Overall, this riad is one of the best we stayed throughout Morocco.
for Everyoneby Keith from Portland OR
Easy-to-locate Riad hotel in the Fes medinaPosted Jul 4, 2013
Pros: Everything. Easy to find. Great AC, wi-fi, etc. Wonderful staff, and phenomenal food. They arranged a reasonably price airport cab that was perfect.
Location: Visit the Musée Batha, the Medersa Bou Inania, and the souks. It's also easy to get a cab to the rest of the city.
Riad Myra, a family-run hotel, is wonderful. The setting is amazing; you can easily imagine how the other 0.01% lived a century or two ago while staying there. Everyone does their best to accommodate your every request. Unlike many of the riads, this one is easy to locate and not buried in the middle of the medina (important for getting in and out and being able to find your way back). Go to Place de l'Istiqlal, where the Musée Batha (Bat-ha) is located.. Stand in front of the Hotel Batha, which is right next to the Museum, with your back to the hotel. Across the Place directly in front of you is Salaj, the fairly street open only to pedestrian traffic on which Riad Myra is located. You'll wind around a bit, but you'll soon find No. 13 on your left.
for Familiesby Asclepious from UK
3 Nights Away...Posted Jun 19, 2013 on Hotels.com
Beautiful little riad in the old part of town close to the market and the old palace. We were originally offered a room on the ground floor which didn't provide much light (still large and well kept) but was promptly moved to a much brighter room upon request (be careful thought this is a few flights up so get ready for a little exercise). Overall, the experience was fantastic and the staff were extremely helpful - whether in that midnight request or providing local knowledge of places to visit... Would I go again? Yep... Tomorrow if I could...
for Everyoneby maria
Beautiful hotel like an arabic palacePosted Jun 18, 2013
Pros: Architecture design breakfast staff
Location: Walking access close to medina
Amazing construction with friendly staff. Just not easy acces
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
An Oasis!Posted Jun 16, 2013
Beautiful an friendly staff... The food cost was a little high/ hamaman but it is worth it to have an escape from the craziness outside.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Fantastic traditional RiadPosted Jun 5, 2013 on Hotels.com
Great example of a traditional Riad and very freindly and helpful staff
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Great hotel, full stopPosted May 23, 2013
It is a wonderful little riad with very friendly and helpful staff. We had a wonderful room. We also had dinner in the riad one evening and had a delightful meal. We really appreciated the wonderful home cooked meal.
for Everyoneby apd
Unique hotel in the medinaPosted May 17, 2013
Pros: We liked the beautiful architecture and the courtyard, the spacious clean room and bathroom and the friendly staff.
Cons: The shower door( glass partition) did not cover the full length of the tub so floor was getting wet. For night shower hot water took long to heat.
Location: Hotel not accessible by car. Get to Batha Hotel. Opposite Batha is a narrow lane. Follow this on foot and in 200 yds on the left is the hotel door
We enjoyed our stay here. A spacious courtyard with comfortable seating gave us a chance to enjoy the beautiful architecture. The very high ceiling with retractable roof gave the added extra beauty as it allowed fresh air in and also we could enjoy the stars filled sky at night while still inside. The room and the bathroom were very spacious, very clean and the decor was very pleasant. The staff was very friendly and the morning breakfast Moroccon style in the courtyard was an enjoyable experience.
for Everyoneby kis from United States
be aware of parkingPosted May 13, 2013
Pros: good interior
Location: very bad
its a good hotel but no parking,,rooms also need privacy,, rooms main bad visible from main door glass,,bad smells in room
for Everyoneby Mary from New York, NY, USA
Pleasant riad, very good food.Posted Apr 17, 2013
Pros: Food. Location.
Cons: Musty smell in the room.
Nice Riad. While you need to drive to the shopping area of the medina, the location allows you to reach it easily from the highway. You basically don't need to make any turns but just drive straight ahead from the highway to the parking area located near the riad, which is right across the street from Butha Hotel. As with all riads, the breakfast consists of home-made bread, home-made yogurt and delicious freshly squeezed juice. Really tasty food! Why I gave it a 4 out of 5 is because of the musty smell in our room. Could have been because the rainy season has just ended, but we had to run the AC for a while. We asked for a guide (400 Dhs for the entire tour) and that was the best part of our trip. He was very capable, full of information, and showed us the most representative sites. Unless you go shopping with a local friend, do not attempt to enter the medina alone. There are more than 8,000 tiny streets and there is a high chance you'll miss out on really cool sites such as the tannery and the weaving factory. The guide did not come with a car so ask in advance if they also provide transportation.