Ibis Fes

Address: Avenue des Almohades, Fes, 30000, Morocco | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Avenue des Almohades, Fes, is near Bou Inania Medersa.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Fes

      Reviewed by thom_rm

      Bien ubicado

      Reviewed Dec 29, 2013
      by (8 reviews) Buenos Aires , Argentina Flag of Argentina

      muy bien ubicado al lado de la estacion de tren de Fes. Comidas en el restaurant y bar a buen precio. Aceptan tarjetas Esta en la ciudad nueva pero a corta distancia en taxi. Wifi en la habitacion y lobby.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Reviewed by johnsjourneys

      A Useful Place to Stay

      Reviewed May 25, 2012
      by (54 reviews) , Taiwan Flag of Taiwan

      Standard city hotel, modern, a bit spartan, acceptable
      Conveniently next to the railway station, safe local non-tourist area
      Short taxi ride to the Souk (10 to 15 Dirhams)
      Good local restaurants and cafes nearby
      Staff efficient and helpful

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Ibis Fes

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from Fes

      Hipster stuck in the Sahara

      A travel blog entry by alex.stuart4 on Dec 05, 2014

      22 photos

      ... t a safe place for women. Women get hassled a lot here, especially alone, so they advised me to always be with others if possible. Needless to say I never left the hostel alone, and was usually accompanied by a male. The medina in Fes was the most confusing thing I have ever experienced. No one could possibly navigate the medina themselves so you had to get a tour. If you tried to navigate your own way around it you could be lost in there for days. Literally. The locals know this ...

      Romans and Arabs and Berbers (oh my)!

      A travel blog entry by oski on Nov 17, 2014

      23 photos

      ... that entire time. The ruins include an entrance arch and wide boulevard, a temple, the Capital, areas for houses and public baths, and several well preserved or restored mosaic floors. It reminded me a lot of the ruins at Pompeii and shows that the Romans had a rough blue print for their cities that they followed whether it be in Western Europe, the Mediterranean, or Africa. The site was abandoned by the 11th century, with most Muslim inhabitants moving to Moulay Idriss just a ...

      Day 3 to fes

      A travel blog entry by cindyaserkoff on Sep 20, 2013

      ... The history of this city contains the story that the sultan wanted to marry Louis the xiv daughter. But Louis the xiv would not allow it because of poligamy. So the sultan tried to build a replica of Versailles in meknes. It did not work. They also make special iron arts, pots, vases, plates, etc., the are made with inlaid silver and then etched. Back on the bus to visit volubis, the site of roman ruins. In ...

      Post-Visit: Connecting the Ancient Cities

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Feb 14, 2013

      15 photos

      ... scruffy edges… so I take one quick photo and head on into town… where I finally connect my Fes-Meknes Superhike with my Moulay Driss hike of 2008.

      Not wanting to rush things, I opt for a celebratory meal of grilled meat on the square, along with daytrippers who probably come here from Meknes to relax… Then I hop on a bus back to Meknes… onto another bus back to Casablanca… and my 3rd short trip of 2013 comes to a ...

      Intro to Morocco: Fes

      A travel blog entry by sam.eric_global on Oct 19, 2012

      15 photos

      ... will appreciate them and maybe one day you’ll come back to me and buy. How about if there is a carpet you don’t care for you just say ‘no’ and we will put it away.” So in this way he got me engaged in giving opinions about each carpet. Eric and I played his game for a while, but we ...