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My husband and I just came back from a whirlwind trip to Morocco. It was amazing and part of the reason it was so is because of the people and places we stayed. We spent two nights at Palais Amani. When we arrived we were...More
Second trip to Morocco and not disappointed....courtyard with lush vegetation and water feature...roof terrace with lovely views and roof bar / seating areas.
Owners are French and English and have worked hard to train staff to high standard.
The Hamman was particularly good as the...More
This hotel is well situated, a short walk away from the entrance to the medina. This is unusual for hotels within the old town, and a major reason we chose it. As soon as you enter the front doors, you are in for a treat....More
When we arrived at the we were pleasantly surprised at the
Beauty of the interior. The lush trees and garden were a pleasant introduction to the Palais Amani. We were greeted
With a warm welcome, warm towel,mint tea and sweets.
We were given the pertinent...More
This was the worst hotel experience ever. We had made reservations for a suite and when we arrived, we were taken to a tiny room in the corner of the hotel and told that was the only room left. The owner said that maybe tomorrow...More
Response from NonniefromMichigan | Reviewed this property |
No, there isn't. I rather doubt that any riad in Fes has a workout room. But with all the walking you will do, a workout room will be redundant! You might want to email the Palais Amani to see if they have a suggestion... More
No, there isn't. I rather doubt that any riad in Fes has a workout room. But with all the walking you will do, a workout room will be redundant! You might want to email the Palais Amani to see if they have a suggestion for us. ENJOY!! Fes is a great place to visit.