{ "id": "18", "result": "\n\x3cdiv class=\"greatbox expanded\"\x3e\n\n\x3cdiv class=\"shortbox\"\x3e\n\n\x3cdiv class=\"thumbnail\"\x3e\n\x3cdiv\x3e\x3cimg src=\"/riads/thumbnails/18_1.jpg\" width=\"150\" height=\"100\" /\x3e\x3c/div\x3e\n\x3cdiv\x3e\x3cimg src=\"/riads/thumbnails/18_2.jpg\" width=\"150\" height=\"100\" /\x3e\x3c/div\x3e\n\x3cdiv\x3e\x3cimg src=\"/riads/thumbnails/18_3.jpg\" width=\"150\" height=\"100\" /\x3e\x3c/div\x3e\n\x3cdiv\x3e\x3cimg src=\"/riads/thumbnails/18_4.jpg\" width=\"150\" height=\"100\" /\x3e\x3c/div\x3e\n\x3cdiv\x3e\x3cimg src=\"/riads/thumbnails/18_5.jpg\" width=\"150\" height=\"100\" /\x3e\x3c/div\x3e\n\x3c/div\x3e\n\n\x3cdiv class=\"info\"\x3e\n\x3ch2\x3e\x3cimg src=\"/images/rank/5.jpg\" width=\"80\" height=\"18\" /\x3eLA MAISON BLEUE\x3c/h2\x3e\n\x3cp\x3e\nLa Maison Bleue and its sister the Riad Maison Bleue are amongst the best places to enjoy Fes, both being traditional riad-style properties in blue zellige. The Maison Bleue was built in 1915 as the family manor of the eminent Sidi Mohammed El Abbadi, an illustrious judge and astrologer of his day who passed the keys on to his grandchildren who restored the property to open 30 years ago.\r\nOn a popular plaza inside the bustling Medina, the three-story building\'s ancient mosaic-covered facade is marked with a horseshoe arch and a small tile sign bearing the hotel\'s name leading into fascinating blue zellij mosaic halls, exquisitely carved cedar doors, original stained glass windows and elaborate wrought iron details, stucco cornices and intricate Moroccan furnishings; the rooms are very nice: spacious, luxurious and wonderfully decorated in the classic Moroccan style. Many have private terraces or balconies and most offer a view on the medina, as does the roof top terrace. Crossing the elegant entrance, one finds a long corridor that leads provocatively to a traditional Moroccan courtyard surrounded by three striking, spacious salons, extravagantly filled with brocaded divans and plush treatments in rich vibrant oriental colours. A voluminous library is filled with riveting oil paintings and a treasure trove of ancient Moroccan manuscripts, books and letters in native calligraphy. Here you’ll find the famed restaurant set under an opaque skylight. Three small bays provide nooks for privacy. Upstairs on the 1st and 2nd floors are five deluxe and one single room each with ensuite bathroom, telephone, television, internet access, air conditioning, minibar and safe; a small library complete with traditional calligraphy-scripted books provides air-conditioning, and three rooftop terraces, all with garden furniture, provide panoramic views of the medina. There is a fitness room, a hammam and massage room. Lunch and dinner of fanciful subtly-spiced, aromatic dishes that blend Continental and African savours are served in the candlelit salon by traditional pantaloon and babouches laden waiters. Each of the guest quarters of the main house, reached by a labyrinth of steep and narrow stairways, is individually decorated the vast majority of rooms show the owner\'s love for antiques and rustic regional handicrafts.\r\n\r\n \x3c/p\x3e\n\x3cdiv class=\"services\"\x3e\n\x3ch3\x3eCharacteristics : \x3c/h3\x3e\n\x3cul\x3e\n\x3cli\x3eLuxury in the Medina \x3c/li\x3e\n\x3cli\x3e 5 Suites and 1 room ; 2 Standard \x26 11 Deluxe Rooms\x3c/li\x3e\n\x3cli\x3e Air Conditioning \x3c/li\x3e\n\x3cli\x3e Fabulous restaurant\x3c/li\x3e\n\x3cli\x3e Hammam \x26 massage\x3c/li\x3e\n\x3cli\x3e Large Library\x3c/li\x3e\n\x3cli\x3e Satellite TV\x3c/li\x3e\n\x3cli\x3e Terrace and Patio\r\n\x3c/li\x3e\n\x3c/ul\x3e\n\x3c/div\x3e\n\x3cdiv class=\"services\"\x3eHave you booked your Private Transfer?\x3c/div\x3e\n\x3c/div\x3e\n\x3c/div\x3e\n\x3cdiv class=\"clearboth\"\x3e\x3c/div\x3e\n\x3c/div\x3e" }