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Riad Maison Bleue
This rambling riad is a brilliant mosaic of tiled patios, sunny terraces and private nooks | The lantern-lit main courtyard has an inviting pool, and rooms are prtiied-up with antiques and chandeliers | Click on photo & Book Now
Discover its beautiful places, its beaches, its spiritual life | The island of gods offers a range of different hotels | Click on photo & Make the right choice
Palais Medina
Hotel is set on a 12 acre Andalusian estate and offers spacious and air conditioned rooms and suites with unrestricted views of the Medina or the grounds | Hotel has an outdoor pool with a snack bar and panoramic views of the Jbel Zallagh Hill and the Old Medina. It features a luxury spa center | Click on photo & Book up to 70% off
Hotel offers 133 rooms and suites with thoughtful decoration combining authentic features with modern facilities | have dinner in one of the four restaurants in the hotel before having a last drink in the bar or an exciting night in the nightclub | Click on photo & Book up to 70% off
Riad Louna
You´ll find this six-room hideaway down a sliver of an alley, which suffers the occasional donkey traffic jam | Decor is classic Moroccan, with vivid azure tiles balanced by ochre rugs | Click on photo & Book Now

+ Famous hotels in (by location | style): Fez

Hotel Name Location | Style Score | Reviews
Palais Faraj Suites >> Commodities 9.3/169 + info
Les Mérinides >> Spectacular Place 7.5/88 + info
Riad Palais Bahia >> Commodities 8.9/69 + info
Riad Myra >> Place of Interest 9.2/72 + info
Diamant Vert >> Family Friendly 7.8/357 + info

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Fez is the oldest of Morocco´s imperial cities.

Town is emblematic of the country´s history and spiritual capital of it being declared a World Heritage Site.

Disappear into the tangled lanes of the medina. The main arteries of Talaa Kebira and Talaa Seghira are both good places to get your bearings before advancing into the codweb of side streets.

Behind the medina´s walls lie palaces, dars, and riads. Many serves as private homes, but you can glimpse others that now contain shops, restaurants and hotels.

There are dozens of souks to explore, grupoed around carpentry, locksmiths, metalworkers, henna, vegatables and meat.


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Points of interest:

Musée des Armes
Musée Dar el-Batba
Mezquita Andaluza
Bab el-Ftouh
Nejjarine Museum
Belghazi Museum
Al-Attarine Madrasa
Zaouia Moulay Idriss II
Aben Danan Synagogue
University of al-Karaouine