Dar Al Safadi

Address: 4 cheq Bdenjalla, Fes, 30000, Morocco | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 4 cheq Bdenjalla, Fes, is near Bou Inania Medersa.
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          • Restaurant


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service

          TripAdvisor Reviews Dar Al Safadi Fes

          5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Fes

          Another day in Fes

          A travel blog entry by halliday on Jul 16, 2015

          1 comment, 32 photos

          ... area of 700 acres,has 70 kilometres of paths, roads and alleyways, and covers 700 acres.

          In 1971 the Medina achieved World Heritage recognition, and consequently funds, to restore some of the run down parts - a process that is taking a while to do.

          Fes has been around since the 9th century and the 12 - 15th centuries have been described as its "Golden Age" when it was at the height of its influence.

          First we looked at the outside of ...

          Renaming the trip....

          A travel blog entry by kay_douglas on May 14, 2015

          7 photos

          ... Rooster, complete with chips and "tomato sauce". Being the hottest part of the day, we decided to stay at the hotel and take advantage of the facilities - hammam, massage, manicure and pedicure. Plus there is a pool at this hotel. Hence I am renaming this part of the trip the "Hedonists Tour of Morocco" - spa's, hairdressers, massages, pedicures, manicures, shopping and cooking classes!!! Plus LOTS of eating the local cuisine. For our hammam, we were asked to strip (you Dutch girls ...

          Romans and Arabs and Berbers (oh my)!

          A travel blog entry by oski on Nov 17, 2014

          23 photos

          ... aware of the differences between the two groups of people in Morocco: the Berbers and the Arabs. The Berbers are ethnically indigenous to North Africa. They were there in North Africa when the Arab Muslims came in the 7th century and brought Islam to what is modern-day Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia. The guy who took us "up some stairs" in Moulay Idriss had explained to us that Berber's will dress in more colorful, multi-toned clothing, whereas the Arabs are more likely to wear a ...

          Rabat, Meknes, Volubilis and Fez

          A travel blog entry by wareameye on Nov 08, 2014

          30 photos

          ... granaries, royal stables, his tomb.

          Our final sightseeing stop for today is the ancient Roman city of Volubilis. It is raining lightly, and the advantage of this is that the moisture brings out the colors in the ancient mosaics. They are much more vibrant than I have seen them on previous visits.

          We check in at our hotel in Fez and take ...

          Ancient Civilisations More Advanced Than India

          A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on May 23, 2014

          4 comments, 24 photos

          ... actually purchasing anything, but giving every impression that they were seriously considering it if only they could inspect every item in order to find that one that matched the ceramic mug they bought in Mexico. Sandi technically did purchase something but was soon informed by a fellow group member that she had calculated the exchange rate wrong, she thought she had paid $10 for a silver inlaid duck but she had actually just paid over $100. She ran back into the ...