Hotels in Fez
Ensconced in the heart of the medina, this riad underwent a 3½-year restoration completed in 2010 that enhanced its existing features—mosaic-adorned walls and floors in Fez’s signature shade of vibrant blue—with copper work, embroidery, and calligraphy from some of the most skilled artis
142-room palace—formerly the residence of the Grand Vizier of Jamaï—overlooking the Fez Medina, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Embedded in the warren of narrow passageways that make up Fez's medievalmedina, this luxurious riad has a design sense that reflects itsBerber, Andalusian, and European influences.
Housed in a 17th-century palace, Riad Laaroussa has seven suites with mosaic floors and antique Fassi furniture, all looking out on an orange-tree–shaded courtyard.
At Dar Roumana a century-old manse on a hillside, you can take Moroccan cooking lessons.