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

    Tangier to Fez

    A travel blog entry by dles3222 on May 25, 2015

    15 photos

    ... The town is on the Via Appia & has lovely arched gateways at the approaches & a huge victory arch also,
    Finally we arrive in Meknes. It is now 3:30 & we are shown to a restaurant where a 3 course lunch with mint tea awaits us. Oh Boy.. we are hungry & eat salad, beef tangerine, fruit with sweetened mint tea. Beautiful but hey it's 4:30 when finished & dinner is at 7:30 tonight. I wouldn't mind a wager that it is cousin ...

    Paris Weeks 4-6 (apparently)

    A travel blog entry by hendricksone on May 03, 2015

    97 photos

    ... was incredibly nice, far warmer than any American I’d ever met, and they spent most of their time with us occasionally dropping out of their conversation in Arabic to encourage us to eat more in French. They watched Loony Toons during dinner, then switched to soccer.

    After three days of classes, we went to Fez. Fez was a much more charming city, absolutely stuffed with markets selling trinkets and leather goods. We dodged donkeys in the alleyway attempting ...

    O what a day!

    A travel blog entry by katie.thorpe on Oct 30, 2014

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... itself! It is like a labyrinth of over 10,000 streets and alleyways & is the biggest and oldest medina in the whole of morocco, it is quite a scary place to walk into, with some of the steets only being just wider than shoulder width. Our first stop in the madena was to an artisan leather manufacturer where Katie bought a stunning yellow handmade jacket. We moved on to get a bite to eat at another traditional Moroccan restaurant, then back into it. We went to a couple ...

    The Medina of Fez, Morocco and our Farewell Party

    A travel blog entry by nedandholly on Nov 19, 2013

    112 photos

    ... the leather products there never seem to lose that smell, and he cautioned us about buying their leather products. We spent about three hours touring the Medina before heading out, and walked through one of the gates to our waiting buses for a trip back to the hotel. Apparently, there has been a considerable surge in tourism in the Fez Medina, which has kick-started not only the buying and renovation of decaying riads into guesthouses and boutique hotels, but ...

    Shooffing!

    A travel blog entry by mugharrington on Nov 09, 2013

    49 photos

    ... 8221; Khalid said Moroccans think more of Hilary Clinton than John Kerry. It’s all about the feud between Morocco and Algeria over the Saharan access to the Atlantic. Algeria wants to take over Morocco’s southern boarders so they have an Atlantic port to ship their oil. Clinton was against this and Kerry is for it. Not sure how this changes in the same administration but that’s what he said… ...