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Reviewed 29 March 2018 via mobile

A very family guess house, with all the comfort that a person need on his vacation!And the best Hamman ! This is Very relax, Detoxicated your body, Hair and the inside of your body ! This Hamman make your skin soft, and your hair lighter. the therapy is a dedicated profesional Hamman! I will encourage to came this country to know their culture and stay at this place. This guest house make costumer to be like be at house with all the comfort possible in this word.

Stayed: March 2018, traveled with friends
Thank Maria M
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Reviewed 28 March 2018 via mobile

The most hospitable staff, They went out of their way to make our stay pleasant. The staff were extremely kind. When you stay here you must have a massage with a Hammam. Will definitely stay here again when I visit again

Stayed: March 2018, traveled with friends
Thank gmora72
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Reviewed 25 March 2018

The interior of this riad is truly magnificent, with thousands (millions?) of small tile pieces used throughout as mosaics/decorations. The ceilings are very high in all the rooms, particularly those on the ground floor. Food was excellent, alcohol is available, and service was great. The room had a mini-fridge. Note, however, finding electrical outlets to charge phones can be a small challenge. And our room had a malfunctioning heater so the room was chilly during our stay (in February). Note, also, that ground-floor rooms (such as ours) can be a bit noisy when other guests are in the main area. Finally, you will likely need a guide to get to the riad (and to go anywhere from the riad) as it is located in the medina (think in terms of thousands or unnamed alleys and small streets, with limited signage). Great staff.

Room Tip: As with most riads, ground-floor rooms will likely be noisier than those above.
  • Stayed: February 2018, traveled as a couple
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Thank Peter C
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Reviewed 20 March 2018

A warm and friendly welcome, an architecturally beautiful 17 century building, huge bedroom and similar comfortable bed. Combine this with the breakfast and a traveller is in ‘travel heaven’.
We say B&B because we only stayed here two nights and didn’t take full use of the evening meals, which had to be reserved, but we did have a wonderful Moroccan style breakfast which was more than adequate and set us up for the whole day. Our room had every convenience, our only constructive criticism was – and it has nothing to do with the management – the merging of the old with modern appliances. It seemed a shame but necessary to add a television which sat on top of a beautiful ornate cupboard which hid the room refrigerator. The wifi worked wonderfully well. The bathroom fittings were modern and the shower was just right.
All the staff were helpful and friendly and anything they could help with they did.
Fez, like the rest of Morocco is ‘dry’ but if you go to Carrefour they sell all types of alcohol. We bought some acceptable red wines for about €4 a bottle and some beers around €2

  • Stayed: March 2018, traveled as a couple
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Thank CasaSulo
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Reviewed 13 March 2018

My friend and I did an 11-day trip with Acanela Expeditions in Morocco, with stops in Tangier, Chefchaouen, Fez, Merzouga (Sahara Desert), Ait Ben Haddou and Marrakesh. We spend 3 nights at the Riad Myra. We ate dinner here on our first night in Fez, and it was delicious - I had yummy vegetarian couscous and the portion was enormous! The room was very comfortable, although we were in a corner and there was little-to-no natural light. There is a little roof deck at this hotel, which is a welcome respite in a somewhat chaotic and claustrophobic city, and there is a retractable roof over the atrium which is cool and lets in fresh air.

Room Tip: If light is a concern, future guests may want to ask to have a door off of the atrium, if possible.
  • Stayed: February 2018, traveled with friends
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Thank ComfortSeeker09
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Abbey C, Owner at Riad Myra, responded to this reviewResponded 15 April 2018

Thank you for staying at Riad Myra , it was a pleasure having you here with us .
All the staff is happy that you had a great experience and you took time to describe it .
Thanks again
Best Regards
Abbey Chab

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