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This is our second visit to Morocco from Australia and Riad Le Calife was the reason we went back. It is a sanctuary in the medina. Exquisitely decorated, clean, safe and secure, a truly magical place. The food is outstanding, fresh and traditional. Dining in...More
Staying at the Riad was a great experience offering a great place to get away from the hustle and bustle of the Medina. The Riad is tranquil and peaceful offering great comfort and very helpful friendly staff.
This Riad this AMAZING!!! We loved every moment we stayed here. The owners are the kindest and most helpful people you will ever meet. Their staff are all professional and sweet people too. The attention to detail with all the the decorations and smaller things...More
I recently visited Fes and had to stay in three different riads because I booked late and it was the holidays. I can honestly say that this was one of the most charming places I’ve ever stayed at hands down - I definitely saved the...More
Our stay at Riad Le Calife was delightful with the most enthusiastic Frenchman (Alex) describing the many vagaries of the city along with his very beautiful and poised (Moroccan) wife Yasmin. The rooms were gorgeous too – especially the bathroom and the bar. The attendants...More
They have two standards of rooms, one called Room I think and the other perhaps Suite which are much bigger. We had a "Room" which was perfectly adequate size wise and the bathroom was very light with big opening windows... More
They have two standards of rooms, one called Room I think and the other perhaps Suite which are much bigger. We had a "Room" which was perfectly adequate size wise and the bathroom was very light with big opening windows onto the courtyard. In a riad typically all the rooms are around a central courtyard so lots of light. Everything about this place was, in our opinion, lovely.