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Riad Fes
Beautiful Guest Bedrooms & Suites

The inherently different styles of the two halves of Riad Fes make you feel you have been offered two experiences in one. The inherently different styles of the three patios of Riad Fès - Relais & Châteaux provide guests three experiences in one. The first patio is a quintessence of clear, sober Moorish art. Islamic carvings, antique doors, myriad mosaics and a grand piano beneath a truly impressive Fassi lamp create a dazzling atmosphere. A distinctive setting unveils as you step into the second Patio. Gleaming vistas of Alhambra-like patios, colonnades, subtle marbles and bright arches march round a stunning emerald-green pool. The third surprise comes from the Baroque Patio. A new atmosphere in a Moroccan traditional architecture combined with a baroque style. Here, walls in grey Tadelakt, black zelliges blended with a veined marble, crystal ceiling lights are mixed in a perfect harmony.

All rooms have: en-suite bathroom, air-conditioning, in-room safe, satellite television and CD players (on request), bathrobes, slippers & hair dryer, mini bar, telephone.

Royal Suite - Located on the first floor of the main bulding, this suite is graced with luxurious appointments, carved ceiling and intricate stucco work. A bedroom with views of the garden and pool, a large bathroom and a sitting area overlooking the medina will make your stay relaxing and enjoyable. Perfect for honeymoon couples or those looking for a romantic break. Room features: Approximately 90 sqm, Private terrace overlooking the Médina and the Atlas mountains, Panoramique sitting area, En-suite bathroom with separate shower and bathtub, Air-conditioning, In-room safe, Dressing area, Satellite television & DVD player, Bathrobes, slippers & hair dryer, Mini bar, Fresh fruit, Moroccan pastries and flowers, Telephone.

Ambassador Suite - Overlooking the Andalous Pavilion and a beautiful garden, this suite offers space to relax, stylish interior and modern comforts. It features exquisite hand-crafted furniture and an amazing marble and tadelakt bathroom with separate bathtub and walk-in shower. The unparalleled views and room decor are complemented by serenity, privacy and a terrace that is almost your own.

Junior Suites - Wonderful big uncluttered suites with tadelakt bathrooms, carved furniture, well-chosen fabrics and superb bedding. With views of the 19th century patio or the interior garden, these suites are lavishly appointed, exceptionally spacious and evocative of the rich architectural heritage of Fez.

Deluxe rooms - The lavish décor combines orinetal influence with contemporary design, bringing class and originality to these rooms. Warm tones, big tempting beds and luxurious bathrooms in tadelakt are the main ingredients for a totally blissful holiday.

Standard rooms - Every room is utterly original in shape and decoration. Spacious and comfortable, with warm interiors and superb Moroccan finished bathrooms, they exude good taste and rest.
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Year Round

As with many destinations the weather usually determines the best time to travel to Morocco. During the winter months, from November to March, it can get quite cold and rainy especially in the Atlas mountains. The peak tourist season in Morocco is July and August. If you want to avoid the crowds and the heat, travel before or after this time. If you are traveling during these months then it is best to make arrangements in advance especially along the coasts. It's hot and sunny for most of the year in Morocco. During the peak summer months it gets uncomfortably hot especially in Marrakech, Fes and southwest Morocco, towards the desert. Casablanca, Rabat and Essaouira are a bit more comfortable in the peak of summer because they benefit from a cooler ocean breeze. Marrakech is hot during the summer and cool in the winter. The best time to visit Marrakech is in the spring and autumn with abundant sunshine during the day and cooler nights to enjoy those roof top restaurants overlooking the Djemma el-Fna. If you're planning a trip to the Sahara Desert it's best to hop on a camel during the fall or early spring.
Spa, Pool, Wine Bar, Guided Historical Visit of Fez, Souks and Sights, Tour the Imperial City of Meknes, the Roman Volubilis and the Picturesque Moulay Idriss. The Cave Homes and Pre-Islamic Culture of Bahlil & The Middle Atlas Cedar Forests, Waterfalls & Lakes.

Spa Riad Fès - This spa is by Cinq Mondes & is with 2 cabins of hammam, 3 cabins for massage and 1 for cares.

Pool & Wine Bar - The Riad has now a big swimming-pool heated in Winter, a Wine bar.

Fez is one of Morocco's gems and one of Islam's holiest cities, where people still live and work as they have done since medieval times.

Excursions: Guided historical visit of Fez, souks and sights, The imperial city of Meknes, the Roman Volubilis and the picturesque Moulay Idriss, The cave homes and pre-islamic culture of Bahlil, The Middle Atlas cedar forests, waterfalls and lakes.

Fez and its festivals: The Fès fesival of World Sacred music in June, The Jazz in Riads Festival in September, The Festival of Culinary Arts in April.

Leisure activities: Fes Royal Golf Club - a 18 hole golf course designed by Cabell B. Robinson that stretches over 70 hectares. Located in open countryside within an immense olive grove with a backdrop of the Middle Atlas Mountains, Moulay Yacoub thermal baths, famous for their sulphurous water, surging up at 54°C from 1500 meters depth, Horse-riding excursions in the region of Fez and the Middle Atlas. Whatever your requirements are, our personnel are at your service in planning a stay, well beyond your expectations.
Local Info

Fez was founded by Moulay Indriss II at the end of the 8th century, also known as the first Islamic capital of Morocco, and was the host of the very first Moroccan dynasty. Fez has a maze of stone, marble and plaster surrounded by orchards. An aura of 1001 Arabian nights linger here as the spiritual centre of Morocco. The old town lives in the shadow of the minarets, sprawling outwards from the mosque like a spider web of alleys, houses and shops. From the back street workshops, potters, charcoal burners, goldsmiths and weavers still practice their ancient trades for busy shops and stores in the crowded streets. Well over 1000 years old, the Jewish quarter or Mellah, has long had a reputation for producing some of the finest ironwork in the country. Whilst in the suburb of the leather tanners the ancient methods and techniques are still used today to treat and dye hides.
Riad Fes is renowned for its luxury, impeccable service and fine restaurant. Restored to its original glory, Riad Fès - Relais & Châteaux is located in the heart of the ancient city of Fez. It has succeeded in combining refinement with inspiration and invites you to relax and enjoy your stay in a serene atmosphere with decor reminiscent of Arabian Nights.
Riad Fes provides guests with the opportunity to travel back in time and enjoy the splendour and authenticity of the lifestyle of Fassi nobility. The prestigious history and refined civilization of this Imperial city are reflected in the Spanish Moorish architecture and attention to detail seen in the decor. With spectacular views of the Medina and the Atlas Mountains, Riad Fès - Relais & Châteaux is ideal for those travelling for business or pleasure. Our rooms offer an outstanding combination of modern and traditional decoration: We propose you experience the 'Moroccan' style with traditional furnishings, zellige floors, plasters decorated walls and exquisite moroccan fabrics. Or, you can discover the 'Oriental' style with refined tones and forms, dark wood and bathrooms in black or white tadelakt. You also have the option of a stay in the 'Baraco-andalous' style rooms with its grey tadelakt walls, black zellige and its Blanc de Carrare marble bathrooms.

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