Riad Tizwa Fes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRiad Tizwa Fes
There are 8 or so rooms throughout the house, each unique. Ours was large and right off the courtyard so not very private. The bathroom was very small with a makeshift shower. In comparison, it would've been nice to stay in one of the other rooms especially since they were not occupied. Nice rooftop terrace.
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Arrival in Fes was simple, Richard, the owner of Riad Tizwa, our new home for the next three days, had provided very explicit directions upon arrival. It appears my sport of haggling is not applicable here in Fes; the taxis actually run on meters. The driver dropped us off at the fountain near Hotel Bahta as directed. Richard used the following …
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