Ratings based on 6 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.7 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
4.3 Room comfort
4.5 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified ReviewsThey paid and stayed. We double-checked.
by A verified traveler from n
Posted Oct 12, 2015
Hard to get to because of the location in medina. Taxi cannot drive u to the location. Deathly quiet. No facilities other than a couple rooms. So many stairs, a real problem if you have a fair bit of luggage. Nice but very sparse staff.
by Gé et Fred from Paris
Accueil très chaleureux. Ambiance conviviale.Posted Jan 2, 2014
Pros: Le décor, l'ambiance, l'accueil, sa situation...
Cons: Le chauffage dans notre chambre au dernière étage était un peu aléatoire. Le café du petit déjeuner.
Location: Dans la médina mais à proximité d'une porte donc facile d'accès. La médina et ses alentours. Autrement dit tout ce qu'il y a à voir à Fès.
Très beau riad bien placé. Nous avons été accueilli par sa propriétaire, Aïcha et son équipe de façon très chaleureuse. Nous avons eu la bonne surprise d'avoir une chambre mieux que celle que l'on avait réservé, avec un accès sur la terrasse et la vue sur la medina. La cuisine typiquement marocaine est délicieuse et le cadre magique. Très beau séjour à recommander !
by A verified traveler
Posted Nov 10, 2012 on Hotels
Beautiful Riad. One of the nicest we stayed in, in a month in Morocco. The manager was great and very helpful!!! If you're not using the Euro however, be careful because when they covert their prices from Euro to Dirham and then into your currency you will a pay higher price then quoted verbally and on website. Very unethical practice which was shame at the end of a beautiful stay :(
A Haven from the StormPosted Nov 4, 2012
A little bit difficult to find (as are many riads in Morocco, best to let a local take you there, unless you have gps). Beautiful inside. We arrived at night in a rainstorm and it was like entering a magic kingdom. Little bit let down by the bathroom (stingy on the soap) and breakfast (very bread-based). There is a lovely little private garden in the riad with seating. Staff are great.
by A verified traveler from Enschede Niederlande
am rande der Medina, sehr interessante umgebungPosted Mar 22, 2011
Das RIAD 20 Jasmins ist ein wundershönes Gebäude, personal ist sehr freundlich und flexibel. Ich habe mich sehr wohl gefühlt.
by A verified traveler from chicago, il
Nice play to stay in FezPosted Feb 8, 2011
Very nice Riad. Very friendly and helpfull staff and manager. The Riad is very nicely furnished. Very Beautiful space.with a great garden and wifi. We enjoyed our breakfast on the main floor of the riad. We stayed in Morocco for about 2weeks, travelling throughout the country. Please be advised that a Riad is a former 'private home', so you may not have much privacy in your room( A Riad is not a good idea for newlyweds!) as you can hear all noise from the common areas. That said, we enjoyed all the Riads we stayed at. The location is great; it was close to an entrance to the medina, as well as several very good and inexpensive places to eat. Also, it was close to a parking area (making it easy to get dropped off/picked up by vehicle). We felt very safe in this are of Fez. Also, the manager was very helpful in arranging a very good driver for us at a reasonable rate. The driver was friendly, courteous, and spoke english well.