Dar Anebar is ideally located since it is near the famous Palais Jamai and close to the souks and the main monuments .
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"Fancy Lobby, that's about it"
Traditional Riad sounds good until you stay in it; the room is small, musty and shower is really shabby, no fridge, air con does work and thanks god for that. No safe. some rooms have no windows at all. Western tourists generally expect at least 3 star accommodation for comfort, but unfortunately you will be bitterly disappointed when you visit Morocco, most of accommodation are inadequate and not comfortable, more like backpacker standard when you spending money for 3 star expectation. The reception area is beautiful, roof top terrace offers some view, food is average, I had some boring breakfast every morning and they do try very hard to provide western food, but bread is very plain, and not much you can eat part from boiled eggs. So overall, if you don't mind all of the above, stay here to taste traditional read feel, but if you like comfort and cold drink, find a better hotel. location is really good, right near the medina.
"Find somewhere else"
If the hotel is overbooked you end up in a concrete bunker across the lane, with no security, no safe and no way to effectively lock your room. The bathroom was a disgrace, a shower which spun around as you used it, and a toilet which just about fell apert when you flushed it. On top of that, no windows.
"Amazing service "
Loved this Riad in the Medina. Located a short easy walk from the Palais Jamais gates is this lovely quiet Riad. The 2 main attendants were extremely obliging and very friendly with good English. Food was good, we had daily breakfast in one of the rooms and an evening meal too. There is a terrace on the rooftop providing charming views of Casablanca. A small shop is located about 50m awsy and the Riad next door has a hamam and massage place. Riad has main building and another one anexed to it. I would prefer to stay in main building if possible. Doors are usually locked during the day and they have surveillance cameras so felt very safe. Rooms are not flash but very authentic. I would most definitely stay here again. Had a great lady guide called Hakima highly recommend her so try book her if possible and you won't be disappointed.
"If you visit Fez, this is where you want to stay"
A true gem in the city center, excellent location. And we got our first Moroccan welcome drink here. The owner is great and willing to tell you everything you need to know. The staff super friendly and always willing to help. The accomodation is nice, clean and authentic. The food, I only had soup though, was delicious. The private parking really is private. In short, these people just get it. If we ever visit Fez again we'll stay here for sure and that's not something we say or experience often.
"Great hideaway. Cold beer. "
Stayed here for 4 nights. Great spot up on the hill. Nice terrace on which to have a beer. Yes a cold beer for 30 DRM. Run by a great team of friendly people. All helpful. You won't go wrong staying here. Rooms where large clean and quiet. Breakfast was included and was good.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - Maestro
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 1:00 PM