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Our recent stay with Jasmine, Alex and their attentive staff was a truly wonderful introduction to Morocco and the best possible way to experience the wonders of the Fez medina. Special thanks to Muhammad for his friendly assistance and to Fatima for her truly outstanding...More
Riad leCalife is a gorgeous wonderfully restored and furnished treasure. It is a thrill from the moment you step off the small medina street and into its ornate beauty. The wonderful owner-hosts Alexandre and Yasmine welcome you with charm and treat you to a thorough...More
My husband and I had a tremendous stay at this beautiful riad. We marveled at the attention to detail throughout, which added to the graciousness of our hosts Jasmine & Alex. The rooms were spacious, staff hospitable and location very convenient to many key sites....More
Storybook dreams are made from places like Riad Le Calife.
Fes is a beautiful place... an ancient walled city dripping with history and charm. To have the complete experience of Fes is to stay at this luxuriously timeless riad filled with gorgeous tile and soaring...More
We have travelled extensively throughout the world and this ranks very highly on the charming places to stay list.
The Riad is in an excellent location, within the Medina but quiet and close to taxis. Stepping into the Riad, you are struck by the lovely...More
They have two standards of rooms, one called Room I think and the other perhaps Suite which are much bigger. We had a "Room" which was perfectly adequate size wise and the bathroom was very light with big opening windows... More
They have two standards of rooms, one called Room I think and the other perhaps Suite which are much bigger. We had a "Room" which was perfectly adequate size wise and the bathroom was very light with big opening windows onto the courtyard. In a riad typically all the rooms are around a central courtyard so lots of light. Everything about this place was, in our opinion, lovely.