Fez, Morocco - Premier 5
This opulent fifteen bedroom Riad provides refined dining and spacious accommodation, with a salon and library, a rooftop bar, extensive terraces, a traditional hammam and spa, impeccable service and all of this close to the Golden triangle in the ancient medina in Fez.
• Classic Rooms
The beauty of the building is that each room is different: in the luxury room category, some are low beamed and cosy, others are high ceilinged, all have the same amenities and comfort.
• Junior Suites: Mezzanine and Luxury
Both the Mezzanine and the Luxury suites have a master bedroom, elegant salon and bathroom with choice of either bath or shower. They can accommodate an extra rollaway bed so can sleep up to three.
• Exceptional Suites
In this category, all the suites have an additional single room so are priced for three. They can easily accommodate an extra rollaway bed. Minimum dimensions 45m2, they have a salon and dressing area as well as comfortable bathroom.
• Grand Suite
The Grand Suite - This splendid room covers the whole 100 sq/m of the South Wing. Salon, his and hers dressing rooms, spectacular bathroom and breathtaking views onto the gardens and the hills beyond.
- Breakfast included
- Private sound system
- Wifi connection
- Television (not for the Classic Rooms, Exceptional Suites)
- Fine Egyptian hand embroidered linen
- Luxury toileteries
- Hand held hair dryer
• The Misriah Apartments
Covering two floors and a total of 87m2 these apartments can be booked for up to 4 adults and two children under 12. They are the only rooms having views onto the street below and can be booked by combining an exceptional suite and junior suite category.
Cook Your Own Tajine and Side Dishes
Fez, spiritual capital of Morocco, is also the birthplace to the most refined and diverse cuisine. So, where better to venture than to the source itself for to discover Morocco through its food? Lift the lid of an earthenware tajine and get under the surface of this fascinating country, by plunging into the souks with our chef as a guide and tasting simple delicacies that are on our doorstep, experiencing hands on workshops in a meticulously restored palace in the medina, and rounding off the experience with lunch or dinner in the gardens enjoying the food you have created.
This is a journey with a difference, a cultural exchange that goes well beyond the list of ingredients or a visit to the tourist sights.