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Riad Laaroussa

Riad Laaroussa

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Overview

At the heart of the Medina of Fez, Riad Laaroussa opens its doors to a place of exception, where everything is made to ensure that your stay is unforgettable.

Built around a beautiful courtyard with trees, all rooms have been thoughtfully created with the utmost care to provide quality services.

At Riad Fez Laaroussa, we have developed 4 large suites and 3 rooms for you to enjoy the splendor of Fes, in a spacious, comfortable and warmly decorated environment.

For families and friends who want to share the unique experience of living in a house in Fez, you can also rent "La Maison Fès Laaroussa" a grouping of 4 rooms sharing the same entry and services the Riad Fes Laaroussa.

Finally, at the Riad Fes Laaroussa, you can enjoy relaxing massages at our Hammam & Spa.

Amenities

Air Conditioning

Heating

Simple Room

Double Room

Triple Room

Quadruple Room

Large Room

Suite

Restaurant

Alcohol served on site

Traditional Hammam on site

Massage / Spa services

Free Wifi

Shuttle Service

Cooking Classes on site

Guided Tours

Riad in the medina

Fireplace in the room(s)

Roof Terrace

DVD / Books / Games

Safe available

Laundry Service

Arabic Spoken

French Spoken

English Spoken

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idéalement placé

From the Riad Guestbook

Le riad Laaroussa est idéalement placé dans la médina.
Vous pouvez rapidement passer à une activité animée de la médina à un moment de repos & de détente dans le Riad (massage, hammam, lecture dans le patio, observation de la médina de la terrasse, écoute des chants d'oiseaux au réveil, détente auprès des feux de cheminée ...).
C'est un endroit très calme, serein & paisible, La décoration est choisie et raffinée,
Le personnel est aux petits soins, toujours très charmant et vous reçoit avec de grands sourires.
Merci à Fred & à toute son équipe.

 

3 mots "Luxe, calme et intimité "

From the Riad Guestbook

Que dire du riad laaroussa ?
3 mots "Luxe, calme et intimité " ...

"Luxe" car on est estomaqué dès l'entrée dans les lieux par la beauté et la majesté du riad, par la personnalisation de chaque chambre, recoins, par le rafinement jusque dans les accessoires.

"Calme" car il s'en dégage une impression de tranquilité avec la cour intérieure et ses orangers, la terrasse et la discrétion du personnel.

 

Tout est mis en place pour un séjour réussi.

From the Riad Guestbook

Ce riad est restauré avec goût et respect de l'authenticité des lieux.
Le personnel, aussi discret qu'efficace est d'une gentilesse extrème.
Tout est mis en place pour un séjour réussi.
N'hésitez pas à prendre un guide recommandé par le riad pour visiter la médina.

 

staff ever attentive and generous with their time

From the Riad Guestbook

From a dusty, crowded shop-lined path in the medina we passed through a doorway and found ourselves in the most beautiful, peaceful, cool courtyard, flanked by tall two storey-high walls down which the Moroccan sun cast its mix of light and shadow. The grassed central part with its fountain, four orange trees flanked by beautiful white arches was just too good to believe. At dusk candles were lit and subtle lighting turned this central space into fairyland. Our room was huge, with its own fireplace (matches provided) and furnished with taste that made the most of original features - finely carved and decorated shutters, elaborate mosaic floor tiles - but also incorporated the owner's keen eye for modern interior design. All this, together with a personable owner and the friendliest of staff, made for a wonderful stay. Food was good, staff ever attentive and generous with their time. It was so homely, but gloriously so. We cannot recommend it highly enough. And climbing the stairs to the roof terrace for breakfast each morning was a sure antidote to sloth.

 

My wife and I can't recommend it enough

From the Riad Guestbook

My wife and I stayed at the Riad Laaroussa again for the 4th time recenty. On our previous trips, we were used to walking into the Laaroussa and immediately relaxing and slowing down from our hectic lifestyles amidst its superbly tranquil atmosphere. This time the experience was even further enhanced with the amazing joint Hammam and Massage experience we had in their new facility on-site.

So not only can you enjoy peacefully unwinding in the courtyard, the 'tastes like home-made' Moroccan cuisine, the breathtaking views from the roof terrace over the immensely-compelling Fez medina, the deep slumbers in individually-finished Moroccan decor bedrooms, but you can now also get a first class spa experience as well.

Riad Laaroussa has been top class since is impressive re-furb a couple of years ago, but now it has an extra string to its bow !

My wife and I can't recommend it enough for a truly romantic and relaxing change of scenery getaway.

 

a wonderful experience

From the Riad Guestbook

We had a wonderful experience in our week long stay at Riad Laaroussa. We were always greeted with a smile and the staff took genuine pleasure in engaging with us and ensuring that we were well attended to at every turn. The Riad itself was a spectacular oasis of serene beauty and comfort--a very welcomed reprieve after a jaunt thru the hustle and bustle of the crowded Medina. Many thanks to Fred, Sabah, Samira, and all the rest of the folks who made us feel at home so far away from home.

 

The Riad is absolutely gorgeous

From the Riad Guestbook

Where to begin?

The Riad is absolutely gorgeous, definitely one of the most beautiful I've ever been to. Extremely warm and friendly staff, very delicious food (and superb breakfasts), lovely rooms and ambiance all around the hotel, very reasonable pricing...

One of the best things about the Riad: there is no schedule or timetable. You can have breakfast absolutely whenever you please. On top of that on our last night we asked when check out time was the following day. We were told "As you want..."

What's not to love about this place?

Two negatives to mention, one minor and the other slightly more of a problem.

First is that after about 10-15 minutes or so hot water in the shower will run out and you have to wait a while for it to come back. Not such a big deal.

More serious problem is that during our stay there was a problem with the plumbing and there was a occasionally a sewage smell in certain parts of the hotel. This is really the only thing that marred an otherwise perfect stay, and I trust that it will be dealt with.

But overall, an amazing place to stay. Even got a chance to see some of the other top Riads in Fez and was very happy I'd chosen the Laaroussa. Fully recommend this place without any hesitation!

 

This is for you!

From the Riad Guestbook

Of course, I am a biased reviewer because I truly love the adventure of being in Morocco...when friends ask what I am going to see during my visit to the country...I explain that the travel experience is not about what you are going to see but what you are going to experience with all your senses especially what you are going to absorb in your mind about a another culture...all that being said.....my stay at Riad Laaroussa was just wonderful....the hospitality of the hosts and the staff was like family...the food was excellent and my room was comfortable and very attractive...what was especially grand for me was the opportunity to visit with the riad chefs in the kitchen as well as shop with Samira (the chef) in the market for the ingredients for New Year's Eve dinner...we walked through the medina and shopped for the fruits, meats and vegetables that I later watched become the feast for that evening....if you are looking for a impersonal, cutty-cutter place to stay this is definitely not for you...but if you want the richness of sharing culture, hospitality and even a bit of adventure...this is for you!

 

Riad Laaroussa was by far the best

From the Riad Guestbook

I stayed at Riad Laaroussa with 6 schoolfriends in celebration of our 60th birthdays. When we got to the front door of the riad, our hearts sank, thinking we had booked a dump. what a contrast as we walked into the courtyard - we gasped in disbelief. the actual building and the rooms have been restored and refurbished tastefully and sympathetically. Sabah, Samira, Hind, Reda - they were all wonderful - so polite, charming and helpful. The food was excellent. although a little pricey. Some of the girls had minor problems in their rooms vis a vis plumbing. Also, the rooms were rather cold in the evenings. We stayed in three riads in Morocco and Riad Laaroussa was by far the best. We were very sorry to leave this Riad and definitely intend to return soon and stay for a few days just for the beauty and peace and tranquility the place offers.

 

Riad Laaroussa will certainly be part of the journey

From the Riad Guestbook

We decided to book accommodation inside the medina, and travelling with two youngsters on early teens, this Riad sounded a good choice.

Getting there worked perfectly, we were driving, so after parking we phoned the Riad, and in less than 5 minutes someone appeared to take our luggage downhill, through the small streets. Takes less than 5 minutes to get there.

From the outside, nothing hints of what we find inside: a garden with orange trees and a small fountain. The room was, well, roomy; lots of space and a fireplace in the room, with two extra beds in a mezzanine. We could fit the four of us without feeling crowded.

The view from the terrace over the medina is great, either at late afternoon or early morning. We had dinner one of the nights at the Riad, and the food was great, very tasty. A quite nice introduction to Moroccan cuisine. Breakfast on the terrace is also a plus, and one of the better memories is the strawberry jam, really delicious.

We spent only two nights there, late February. It can become cold at night, but the fireplace in the room is a small luxury we did put to use. It was so good that "modern heating" was not necessary. The quality of bed and pillows was outstanding. You really feel like sleeping at home.

The best way to visit the medina is to hire a guide, which we recommend for a first acquaintance with the surrounding area. The medina is really a maze.

If one day we decide to go back to Fez, going back to Riad Laaroussa will certainly be part of the journey.

 

Rooms & Rates

At the heart of the Medina of Fez, Riad Laaroussa opens its doors to a place of exception, where everything is made to ensure that your stay is unforgettable.

Built around a beautiful courtyard with trees, all rooms have been thoughtfully created with the utmost care to provide quality services.

At Riad Fez Laaroussa, we have developed 4 large suites and 3 rooms for you to enjoy the splendor of Fes, in a spacious, comfortable and warmly decorated environment.

For families and friends who want to share the unique experience of living in a house in Fez, you can also rent "La Maison Fès Laaroussa" a grouping of 4 rooms sharing the same entry and services the Riad Fes Laaroussa.

Finally, at the Riad Fes Laaroussa, you can enjoy relaxing massages at our Hammam & Spa.

Picture Name Size in m2 Bed Size Capacity Price Per Room
Suite Verte 50 Triple 3 220 Euros Mid Season

Suite Orange 40 Quadruple 4 220 Euros Mid Season

Suite Beige 40 Quadruple 4 180 Euros Mid Season

Suite Grise 40 Double 2 180 Euros Mid Season

Chambre Rouge 25 Double or Two Twins 2 150 Euros Mid Season

Chambre Bleu 25 Double 2 150 Euros Mid Season

Chambre Jaune 25 Double or Two Twins 2 150 Euros Mid Season

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