/
Close
Newsletters  | Mobile
  • Print
  • Share
  • Map

Exotic Fez

Martin Morrell Poolside at Maroma Resort & Spa.

Photo: Martin Morrell

A direct flight to Casablanca and a 45-minute hop to Fez makes it as easy to get to as Europe. And in Fez el-Bali, the old medina, Europeans and Americans in search of historic houses are snapping up still-affordable dars and riads and transforming them into elaborate bed-and-breakfasts, with extravagant tile work, lacy iron grilles, and courtyard fountains.

Read the article

Destinations: Fez

Inspired by: The (Mini) Vacation — by Malia Boyd, Published Oct. 2006

Hotels (3)

Open / Close
  • 2011-v-riadfes_standard_thumb

    Riad Fès

    Embedded in the warren of narrow passageways that make up Fez's medievalmedina, this luxurious riad has a design sense that reflects itsBerber, And

    ... More
  • No_image

    La Maison Bleue

  • No_image

    Dar Seffarine

Restaurants (3)

Open / Close

Activities (4)

Open / Close
  • 2011-v-riadfes_standard_thumb

    L’Alcazar Bar

    Embedded in the warren of narrow passageways that make up Fez's medievalmedina, this luxurious riad has a design sense that reflects itsBerber, And

    ... More
  • No_image

    Les Mystères de Fès

    The store is brimming with everything from jewelry to furniture.

    More
  • No_image

    Belghazi Museum

    Nestled deep into the medina, you’ll find the Belghazi Museum, a former 17th-century riad full of carpets, weapons, and wedding chests, some of whi

    ... More
  • No_image

    Dar Batha Museum

    Visit the Dar Batha Museum to see its impressive collection of pottery, antique instruments, and Fassi embroidery.

    More
Advertisement

Sign Up


Connect With Travel + Leisure
  • Travel+Leisure
  • Tablet
  • Available devices

Already a subscriber?
Get FREE ACCESS to the digital edition


Advertisement


Advertisement

Advertisement

Marketplace