Stay in a Hotel

The word hotel is derived from the French hôtel (coming from hôte meaning host), which referred to a French version of a townhouse or any other building seeing frequent visitors, rather than a place offering accommodation.

In Fez, hotels are an option for large groups or people in real need of a swimming pool. We strongly advise to stay in a Riad insted. Anyway here is a choice of hotels from luxury to charmingly decadent, all have good bars and are interesting places to meet tourists and expats alike. Note that the restaurants inside are highly uninteresting with tasteless food and poor quality service.

Sofitel Palais Jamai

The Sofitel Palais Jamai is housed in a grand 19th- century Moorish palace, built for the Grand Vizier of Jamai, surrounded by verdant gardens and located in the centre of Fez's romantic old town. The 142 guestrooms over six floors are decorated in light, subtle tones with Moroccan-style furnishings have French windows leading to balconies. All are equipped with wireless Internet access, satellite television, direct-dial phones, minibars and complimentary bottled water. Bathrooms include showers, telephones, bathrobes and slippers. The hotel offers a range of spa facilities including a sauna, a steam room, massage treatments and a spa tub. The well-tended gardens feature a tennis court and an outdoor heated pool surrounded by palm trees and a sun terrace.

Hotel Les Merinides

Set in landscaped grounds, with palm trees shading the lawns and terraces, Les Menerides has a tiled outdoor swimming pool with views of the mountains and city. There are concierge services, a bar, and 24-hour room service. Wireless Internet access is available, and onsite parking.

Hotel Jnan Palace

This hotel is an excellent option for travellers willing to stay in the Ville Nouvelle, with all the amenities you can think of on a 5 star hotel including a gorgeous Bond-like swimming pool. The bars inside are cozy and lively and it hosts the only good Disco in the city, Le Palace.

Hotel Batha

One of our favourites for its charming decadence. Right in the entrance of the medina this three star hotel used to host the British Consulate and it is said Churchill smoked some cigars in here. It has a small swimming pool and an almost indecent bar. The prices are rather low and can be a good option for travellers on a tight budget but respect themselves nonetheless.
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Hotel Menzeh Zalagh

This 4 star hotel is situated in the ville Nouvelle just beside Mc Donalds, and can be a good surprise for anyone wanting a traditional big hotel with all the usual amenities. Rooms are tired but spacious and with acceptable air conditioning. The views from the balconies are stunning and the swimming pool is a very cool set. If you book it in advance with you will have amazing discounts of about 50%, so its quite worth it. Expect to find large groups travelling rather than romantic couples or bohemian artists.

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