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Fez's Renaissance

Hugh Stewart

Photo: Hugh Stewart

Though often overshadowed by Marrakesh, its fashionable neighbor to the south, this medieval city is the real soul of Morocco. And with new boutique hotels opening in restored riads and dars, Fez is quietly coming into its own.

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Destinations: Fez

Hotels (2)

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    Dar Roumana

    At Dar Roumana a century-old manse on a hillside, you can take Moroccan cooking lessons.

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    Riad Laaroussa

    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–

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    Riad Ibn Battouta

    The restaurant at Riad Ibn Battouta serves traditional dishes, such as lamb tagine, on a glass-roofed marble patio.

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Activities (2)

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    Arganza

    At the newly opened Arganza, you’ll find shelves of argan oil—derived from a native tree—which is known as “Moroccan liquid gold” for its ability t

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    Coin Berbère

    The place to go for a traditional Berber rug.

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