Ratings based on 7 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 Room cleanliness
4.1 Service & staff
4.1 Room comfort
4.1 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Couplesby Nunu from London
What we were expecting . . .Posted Mar 12, 2014
Pros: Location, staff, bedroom, breakfast, price.
Cons: TV in the bedroom.
Location: Well located in the medina, and near the square.
Well located in the medina, and near the square. Small courtyard, but very large and comfortable room. Staff were very welcoming and hospitable. Enjoyed watching TV in the lounge with the friendly resident cat. Breakfast on the rooftop terrace, over-looking the square, was fantastic.
for Everyoneby linz from san francisco
Excellent riadPosted Jul 12, 2013
Lovely riad in an excellent location. The staff are incredibly warm and helpful. The food is excellent as well...so good that I asked for a cooking lesson which they happily arranged. We went through the medina to get the ingredients and them back to the riad to make a delicious tagine.
by well travelled from Dublin, Co. Dublin, Ireland
THE COLDPosted Jan 29, 2013
Pros: Nothing it was adequate only
Cons: Europeans expect ot be able to pay by credit card especially when booking on sites such as yours Demanded cash.
Location: Good - because close to main road but in Medina
I did not expect the place to be so cold. This appears a common problem in Morocco At this time of year and I was not expecting it. yes there was heatin g in the room but it would need to be on 24/7 to keep the place comfortable I subsequently met a Swiss group who had to give up on a riad as it was so cold and book into the Hyatt before they felt they would get pneumonia. THD COLD I suggest you advise visitors especially Americans who could not tolerate this level of cold. IN the Atlantic Hotel in Agadir, we had to request the heating controller and there was a slight reluctance to give it to us een though in all other respects that hotel was excellent In addition on arrival on our first evening, we asked the manager to suggest a restaurant. She suggested Sweet Sultana. When we arrived it was again freezing and when we asked for heat, they put on a Superser!!!! It was totally inadequate and with no other guests it was miserable,When we asked for dessert, they had none. My abiding memory of Morocco was he cold at night and it appears to be the general visitor experience. I suggest you warn future visitors
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Belleville, Michigan
The Riad in FesPosted Jan 30, 2012 on Hotels.com
Hard to believe that this Riad was built in 1364 and has been beautifully restored. It is conveniently located to the Medina but it was very hard to find due to the map provided on google was incorrect. The only thing I guess that I did not find good was the fact that we had to come up with cash in order to cover the expense at the Riad. Many travelers like my self make reservations before the trip and add our credit card info to book reservations. However for whatever reason the credit card was never passed along to the Riad. So make sure you carry cash money for any expense at the hotel. Overall I had a good experience with the staff and was pleased with the accomodations. I would stay there if I find myself in Fes again.
for Couplesby Nick from Ifrane, Morocco
A great choice for a stay in MeknesPosted Jan 24, 2012
Riad Felloussia is situated in a fantastic position just outside the medina of Meknes. The staff are very welcoming and happy to make your stay as comfortable as possible. The riad itself has lots of quirky little corners, with good-sized rooms and well-decorated communal areas. It offers a great value place to stay for anyone visiting Meknes.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Riad Folloussia - Jan 2012Posted Jan 17, 2012 on Hotels.com
The map on the hotel website wasn't very clear until you had actually found the riad and knew what to look for. We arrived in the city in the dark and had some very nice policemen show us the way after we had given them the address. In the light of the morning we saw that there were signs posted on the way, but I don't know that we would have found our way in (navigating with bags) on our own in the dark. Our room was huge, and very comfortable, with a great shower, but no windows for natural light. The location was very central, great for stopping in and out throughout the day.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from UK
Great location and helpful ownerPosted Jun 6, 2011 on Hotels.com
Easy to find,picked up a petit taxi from station and he dropped us off near their sign into the medina-not far to walk and signposted.Zohra is a lovely lady and her 2 helpers are both very charming and welcoming.Bedroom was spotless-roof terrace great to watch over the square at night.Sadly we did not eat in-but the menu looked fantastic and was all home cooked- will do next time!! Excellent breakfast -more than enough and all freshly cooked/prepared. Great shopping in Meknes.