The Moroccan Room
When you reach Fillide, you’ll enjoy the sight of several bridges crossing the channels, each one differing from the other significantly. Some are humpbacked, covering pillars, boats, suspended and with open guardrails. You shall also see a variety of windows facing the streets: mullioned with two lights, Moresque, lanceolate, with a pointed arch, and fanlight or rose window style. There are also several types of pavement covering the ground: cobblestones, large slabs,...
imbrecciata, with white and blue tiles. In every single corner of the city, there is always a surprise: a tuft of capers protruding from the walls of the fortress, the statues of three queens on a shelf, an onion shaped dome with three scallions pierced over a pinnacle. “Happy is the one who has Fillide in front of his eyes and never finishes seeing everything it has,” I exclaimed with the disappointment of leaving the city after experiencing a swift glimpse of the same. ...
This text is homage paid to Italo Calvino and was extracted from The Invisible City. Neither Chatwin nor Byron have ever dedicated any lines to Maghreb.
Description of the room
  • King size bed
  • Air conditioning and temperature control
  • View over the old town
  • Bagno privato con vasca idromassaggio
  • Hair drier
  • Courtesy Service
  • Room Service (with fee)
  • Safe-deposit box
  • Minibar (with fee)
Description of the room
  • Baby crib (0 to 2 years old)
  • Free Wi-fi
  • LCD TV with cable and satellite
  • SKY and pay-per-view
  • Telephone
  • Small pets are allowed
Our guests shall also receive a fresh fruit-based free welcome gift.
The rates indicated below are per Room/night and follow the B/B formula.
€ 140.00 € 185.00

  • Quotes provided upon request for longer stays.

  • Tourist tax not included (€ 1.5 per day per person, does not apply from the fifth day and to children under 12).
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