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Where to stay Fes?

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Where to stay Fes?

Hi,

Planning a trip to Fes and wanted to know a family friendly area to stay. Where is the safest place to stay. And also near souvenir shops, restaurants and the main tourist area.

Thank you

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penna
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1. Re: Where to stay Fes?

I think you will find most of those questions answered in the lonely Planet guide of Morocco.

2. Re: Where to stay Fes?

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penna
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3. Re: Where to stay Fes?

Wow you have family houses all over. Nice that you offer so many people to stay for free in your house.

That is very nice of you.

Toronto, Canada
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4. Re: Where to stay Fes?

Hi

The Lonely planet did not help. If can only name some of Roads ($ 100 and above) or if you can mention the best locations. Thank you.

Castril De La Pena...
Destination Expert
for Morocco
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5. Re: Where to stay Fes?

I can't think of anywhere in Fez that I would describe as dangerous. Morocco tends to be very family friendly and Moroccans love children.

I guess it's riads you are looking for rather than roads. Riads are traditional houses in the medina (old city) that have been converted into boutique hotels. The medina is the main tourist area. The difference between a riad and a dar is that whilst both will have a central courtyard, the riad will include a fountain and two fruit trees.

Click on the hotels tab above and browse through the options. Not sure how much $100 is worth or even if you are talking US or Canadian, it's best to start getting used to dirhams.

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