Medium Range: 70-120 Euros per night for two
Guesthouses in the Fez Riads Medium Range are all traditional medina houses. You can expect:
Cleanliness • Western bathrooms en suite, with constant hot water • Good quality mattresses and linen • Breakfast with fruit juice, coffee or tea, yoghurt, Moroccan breads and preserves, eggs • Air-conditioning in most houses; if not, then fans and space heaters are provided • Wifi is available • TV, mini-bars and hairdryers in the rooms in some houses • A hammam in some houses • Swimming pools at the following houses: Dar Bensouda, Riad Les Oudayas, Ryad Salama, Dar Finn and Ryad Mabrouka • Transfers from airport, bus or train stations at extra cost
Stylish, light-filled and with a delightful mixture of tradition and contemporary design, Dar Finn is well-located in the central medina and sleeps up to 16 people.
A magnificent house in a convenient location, Riad Idrissy offers great style and privacy.
A generously proportioned, luxurious guesthouse in the quiet area of Ziat, Riad Damia has a double and a single room, and seven large suites.
Experience Berber hospitality at Riad Tafilalet near the Bab Jamaï area of the medina. It has one double room and six suites.
Ryad Mabrouka is an elegant guesthouse with a pretty garden and a swimming pool in a quiet area. It has two double rooms and six suites.
Dar Anebar is an elegant house with a double room and four suites. It has an excellent restaurant that’s open to the public.
This majestic, ancient house is right in the middle of the medina so close to all the major sites. It has a restaurant, hammam, garden and swimming pool.
A superb 600-year-old house, Dar Seffarine is a gem. It’s close to Seffarine Square near R’cif.
Situated in the popular Douh area near Batha, this pretty guesthouse has a traditional hammam, four suites and two double rooms.
Riad Les Oudayas
Riad Les Oudayas is a superb riad not far from Batha. It has a beautiful courtyard with garden and plunge pool, and six suites.
Riad Lune et Soleil
With its leafy courtyard and excellent hospitality and cuisine, this riad is ever-popular.
Close to the convenient area of Batha, this luxurious dar (traditional house) has an Andalusian feel and reflects the deeply entwined history of Spain and Morocco.
Riad au 20 Jasmins
Named for the twenty jasmine bushes that scent the garden air, this elegant house is close to Batha. It’s comfortably and stylishly furnished and has central heating.
Riad Ibn Battouta
A luxurious blend of East and West, this comfortable guesthouse in Batha is inspired by the travels of Ibn Battouta. Across the derb (tiny lane), the riad’s sister house has just opened and offers a very modern take on tradition.
Riad Ibn Battouta sister house
The contemporary take on tradition in this small house creates a Zen-like quality of calm and tranquility. Here are two salons, a double room and a suite that sleeps up to four people. Both bedrooms have a beautiful bathroom en suite.
Ryad Salama is a stylish riad in an excellent location that is owned and run by well-known Fez hotelier Michel Trezzy. There are seven suites and a swimming pool.
Dar al Safadi
Dar al Safadi is a gracious house near the Glaoui Palace in Ziat. There are six bedrooms, and the owner is known for her superb cuisine.
La Maison Maure
La Maison Maure features contemporary design in a traditional house in a good location in the central medina. It has a hammam and massage room, and superb terraces.
Dar Attajalli is a jewel of a house in the central medina, yet close to parking. It has one twin-bedded room and three suites.
Dar Roumana is a large, airy house with spectacular medina views from the roof terrace. French chef Vincent Bonnin runs the on-site Roumana Restaurant that’s open to the public.
Dar El Menia
Beautifully restored traditional house in excellent location for exploring the medina.