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location was good for the sights, kind and friendly staff, food was nice despite being a bit samey on the set menus but this par for the course as we ate in several hotels in fes and meknes and circumstances were similar
Very nice staff who go out of their way to make you feel welcome and relaxed. Nice rooms, decorated traditionally and clean. Great terrace and good location.
Booking com map indication was wrong. I had hard time to find this hotel. I felt no good smell in the room and leak water from the sink because poor drain system.
The hotel was very convenient (edge of medina, close to parking), and had been converted in a particularly striking and elegant way. The food in the restaurant was of good quality Lack of storage in bedroom; open-plan arrangement of bedroom/bathroom; hotel does not accept credit cards
Mostly everythin in the Riad is OK. Attention, very good. The situation, perfect, one block from the main plaza. Nothing important
fabulous food and wine,excellent staff,great character and location,what a find! nothing
Very nice and helpful staff. Good location in the centre but way of the confusion. A great terrace with a big tank to get fresh on the hot days. The only complain was the fact that every room have a translucid curtain instaid a bathroom door...
Good location, lovely cite less tourist orientated than the other cites we visited, basic everyone isn't trying to rip you off :P
Very attentive staff. Loved the interior. Nothing really.
The riad war wrong marked in booking.com. It is very eacy to find if it had been marked right. You are in the senter of everything. The terrace was nice and the staff was helpfull in making our evning here nice with wine and olives. The riad is only 1 year old and felt a kind of sterile. Wery nicely designed but lacking some charme. Where charme comes from is hard to say. Maybe the staff felt like they could not relax or thy had a policy that the should be proffesjonal in the sence of not beeing personal. In a riad that would be a wrong approach in my book.
We found this hotel one of the best of the Ibis hotels.Nice and clean rooms .At first we got a room at the side of the street , but as we open the window at night we did not like that because of the noice.So we asked for a room at the poolside and we got a room overthere ,The receptionist even called to ask if this room was oké.The location is between the old town and the trainstation.Very convenient. It is easy to walk to the old centre.Further on there is free internet . Booking .com gives the price of the hotel in euro's.The hotel has the price in dirhams and convert afterwards to euro's.This means that you will be paying more for the room than the price on your reservation of booking .com .
nice location to visit Medina and economic price
I think that sunshine very nice at morning. and bed, bathroom all clean. so I satisfy all........ if I again visit to meknes, I will stay again ibis hotel. I recomened that change about hotel pic in website....because real situation more better than in website pic. but, At restaurant .....dinner is little bit salty ...^ ^
It's the standard Ibis fare - just what you'd expect, comfortable, clean but not luxurious. The pool is great, but after 3ish it gets shaded over as the sun moves. The location is excellent - half way between Ville Nouville and the medina. Air con doesn't really seem to work - just pumps out one temperature which was slightly too high.
IBIS standard as everywhere, location great for visiting, Wifi exists in public area (at the internet page it is mentioned that it is not available)
booking process, location - near to the old city, relatively quiet regarding the location, paking facilities, nice room
The hotel is in a garden setting and a quiet area.Staff were very friendly and helpful. They organised a tour by taxi to Volubilis and Moulay Idris. It was good value and the driver was good. Good breakfast. A couple of extra English-speaking channels on the TV would be good.
Location right off the medina
The guys allowed us to lave our luggages and watch over them after we checked out and use their parking lot for half a day extra. Always a nice thing. The price we had to pay was more expensive than displayed on booking.com : staff arguing that the taxes hadn'd been taken into account
The swiming pool during the summer! The hotel booking mentioned privet parking for free and the guard of the hotel insist that I had to pay. Finaly after a dialog with the car parking guard and the reception te hotel maneger told me that I didn't hed to pay, bur he never went to the guard to tell him selft, so i left with the impression that even if I was following the rules that the hotel have in the site booking.com, I was the bad guy in the movie!
We came into Moulay Idriss in the evening not exactly knowing the location of the hotel - we were very positively surprised when a man came to our car in the middle of the main street and asked us if we are from Slovenia and have a reservation in their hotel. They also organized a parking place which would otherwise be quite a problem. The hotel is clean, close to the main town square and is a very good value for money. We only stayed there one night, but would definitely come back again.
Hard to say. Loved every bit of it. Staff was perhaps the best surprise. The restaurant space was a lovely place to sit by the evening just as a lounge and do our blog work and chat for a while. Great to have internet. Anyway, as I said, all was good. Just a little tiny detail: it was hard to sit by the desk as the chair as no space before hitting the bed.
The Ryad's location in middle of Medina was excellent. It had a very strong Moroccan flavor to the decor and layout. The owners were very friendly and helpful.
Location. Booked room small with no seating. Fine in summer, but not in winter. Upgraded to 80 Euro room to get a sitting area. Bathroom awful (due to choice of water absorbent eatherware tiles). Restuarant cold with guests in anoraks and woolley hats. Menu limitied with daily choice of tajine or couscous. 80 euros would buy a pretty decent room in a good hotel and I feel Riads need a wake up call.