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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We stayed 2 nights in this very nice Riad When you go in, the interior is stunning I had a very lovely room with a huge bathroom the best towels.My friends had huge suites. Our nicest hotel in Morocco. The staff are really efficient very nice. Our dinners we're excellent.(lamb couscous the first night), breakfast a bit disappointing, the croissants we're dry. I don't eat dessert but I tasted there pastilla and it was delicious. I also had clothes that we're washed outside the Riad and all my things came back clean .
"Excellent place to stay"
The host and his staff are friendly, sociable, very accommodating and courteous. The room was extremely pleasant, comfortable beds with hot showers. We chose to eat in one evening which proved rewarding as we were enticed to try the pastille which should be on the culinary trail for Morocco! Delicious, if you partake the special ingredients may be given. Each morning breakfast was eaten at a time convenient to us and there was an array of food, both hot and cold. This establishment remembers who you are, enquires about your day and assists with making your stay in Fes and Morocco more memorable. Thoroughly recommend.
"The best lodging of our three week trip in Morocco!"
This riad is amazing. It was like staying in a museum. We were stunned when we walked into our room -- the tile work, drapes, furniture, wall coverings. We had two dinners in the riad which were very good. Breakfasts were great with a large choice of Moroccan pastries, eggs, juice. The owner and staff made us welcome and made sure we were comfortable and informed on all aspects of our stay. At our request they arranged for a guide of the medina and gave us restaurant recommendations when we wanted a break from Moroccan cuisine. The manager Aziz spoke excellent English and was extremely helpful and friendly. He takes a special interest in his guests. This riad is very special and was the best part of our three week trip to Morocco.
"I loved my chicken pastille here!"
We ate here because it was recommended from our hotel in Fez, the service very attentive and discreet and the food so delicious. We ordered Chicken Pastilla and Couscous with lamb, food so delicious and the desert " Pastilla with milk" was the best dessert I have had in my life, thank you 1
"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.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - Maestro
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 1:00 PM