Riad Fes Baraka welcomes you in a friendly atmosphere, far from the spirit of a traditional hotel. All rooms are decorated with taste and authenticity, overlooking the pool. At Riad Fes Baraka, enjoy our spa with hammam and massage

Riad Fez Baraka

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Push open  the door of the Riad Fes Baraka  and discover the magical charm of a traditional house whose a quiet constrasts with madness of the  surrounding streets .

Ideally located near the « Batha Museum » , only a few steps to the famous gate of  « BAB BOUJLOUD » ,  Riad Fez Baraka welcomes you into its friendly atmosphere far removed  from the spirit of a classic Hotel .
 
This is the perfect address for a calm , romantic or family getaway  .
The team of the Riad is available to make your stay a memorable one .
Athentic , warm and peaceful , Riad Fes Baraka is a heaven of tranquility .
 
Admire the ancient architecture renovated in strict respects of traditions : Zellige , Tadellakt ,painted wood , carved plaster  …
Everything is worked with skills demonstrating from exeptional talent of Moroccan Craftsmen .
   
Around its open Patio , all rooms are individually  decorated with all the comfort you may require and overlook the swiming pool .
 
In Riad Fez Baraka , you can enjoy our SPA , have a  HAMMAM and a  relaxing massage , before tasting  the  delights of our quality Moroccan kitchen .
 
 
The most :
Accessible by car :  The Riad has  parking guarded day and night ( 30 m ) close to  Taxi stand  ( 200 m) .
The  spa :       Hammam – massage room , to enjoy the benefits of traditional moroccan treatments .
A host table :   reserved to our guests  with a different menu everyday by Samira , our fabulous  .
Solarium :       on the terrace , you can enjoy the Moroccan sun , to read or to relax after a day spent in the Souks .
One real swiming pool :  (8 * 4 meters ), equipped with an alarm standards , ensuring safty for all especially children

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