Fes Hotels

There are many Fes hotels to choose from, and they include a number of fantastic riads. Riads are Moroccan guesthouses, and they figure among the most attractive lodging options in the country. Riads are certainly the some of the best hotels in Fes, and for good reason. Many can be found in the city's medina, which is an intoxicating maze of streets that is a great place to explore. In addition to great locations, the best riads in Fes also boasts the most enticing guest units. In addition to relatively opulent riads, the choices for lodging in Fes Morocco also include some money-saving pensions. These pensions are akin to hostels, and they offer simple rooms that are very cheap. In between the riads and pensions are some good mid-range Fes hotels that offer good rooms at good prices.

Travelers who want to enjoy luxurious lodging in Fes Morocco will look to the city's upscale riads, which are among the most inviting hotels in the country. Of all the riads in the famed Fes el Bali medina, the Riad Fes is among the best. There are two sections at this upscale riad, and the older section boasts a more traditional décor. The newer section is more akin to a boutique hotel that you might expect to find in Paris. In addition to excellent guest rooms, the Riad Fes also features gift shops, a hip bar, a restaurant, a swimming pool, and a hamman. A hamman in Morocco is essentially a mix between a bathhouse and a spa. There is a mix of rooms to choose from at Riad Fes, and they range from standard rooms to larger suites. All are tastefully decorated and feature a healthy array of amenities. In-room amenity highlights include air conditioning, heating, satellite TV, a mini bar, a phone, and a hair dryer. Cozy bathrobes and slippers are also provided. A number of services are available to guests at this small hotel, including 24-hour room service, and the rates include breakfast. Since staying in a riad is considered by many to be the way to go when it comes to lodging in Fes Morocco, travelers might also keep the upscale Riad Le Calife in mind as well.

For those who prefer staying in one of the larger luxury hotels in Fes, then the Crown Palace might be a better fit. As is true of most of the larger Morocco hotels, the Crown Palace Fes can be found in a newer part of town that is known as the ville nouvelle. Modern conveniences combine with a traditional decor at this five-star hotel with 133 guest units. Recent renovations have improved the rooms, and standard amenities throughout include satellite TV, 24-hour room service, a mini bar, air conditioning, a safe, and a hair dryer. In addition to a range of fantastic amenities, the rooms at the Crown Palace also offer plenty of space. Amenities include a gym, a swimming pool, a hamman, three bars, and three restaurants.

In addition to these excellent hotels, anyone who is searching for exceptional accommodations in Fes will want to keep the Dar Roumana Riad (pictured) on their radar. Of all the riads in the medina, this one provides what are arguably the best views from its rooftop terrace. These views include the mountains in the distance. When travelers also consider the fact that one of the owners is a trained Cordon Bleu Chef, the Dar Roumana only gets more attractive. The peaceful ambiance of this restored home extends into the guest units, of which there are only five. Televisions and telephones are absent in the guest units, which helps to keep them peaceful. Guests can always enjoy satellite TV programming and the TV/DVD combo in the communal salon. As for amenities that can be found in the cozy rooms, they include robes, complimentary local toiletries, and a safety deposit box for things like a passport and expensive jewelry. The Dar Roumana Riad has been meticulously restored, and while it maintains its traditional appeal, it also features modern conveniences, such as free Wi-Fi throughout. There is a lot to like about the Dar Roumana, and it is easily one of the best hotels in Fes. It is worth noting that the chef-owner offers twice-weekly cooking classes that include shopping expeditions in the city's souqs, or open-air markets. For cooking enthusiasts, one of these classes can make for a most unforgettable experience.

While most travelers limit their search for Fes hotels to the medina, there are also some good options in the newer parts of town. Staying in or near the medina is hard to beat, however, and those who are interested in cheap lodging in Fes Morocco will be happy to know that there are plenty of budget options in the old district. The cheaper hotels in Fes are low frills establishments, in which case some budget-minded travelers might consider upgrading to one of the mid-range establishments. One of the best overall values in town is the Hotel Batha, which offers good rooms at a good price. While the rooms are relatively worn around the edges, they are hard to beat for the price. There are 60 total rooms here, and they feature air conditioning, cable TV, an alarm clock, a hair dryer, a mini bar, a telephone, and tea and coffee making facilities. Irons and ironing boards are also provided. In addition to some good rooms, the Hotel Batha also offers a good location. The medina is just a short walk away. Also helping to make this hotel more attractive than some of the other budget-friendly Fes hotels is the beautiful courtyard and the refreshing pool.



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