Rooms & Suites

Great respect was accorded to the ancient architecture during the restoration of the Riad. As a result, the rooms and suites are all very different, each one with its own personality. They are all perfectly comfortable with high quality beds, Egyptian cotton linen and a welcoming selection of natural argan oil products. You will enjoy the remarkable tranquility of the garden as well as the many objets d’art and precious textiles that Michel has brought to Fes and used to great effect in the decoration of rooms and public spaces. We have stopped short at providing televisions in the rooms, but there is Wifi throughout, and all suites have a Nespresso coffee machine, a small refrigerator for keeping drinks cool, and a handsome pair of Fassi babouches as a welcome present.

Standard Rooms

Le Turc Amoureux

A Romantic Room The Turk in love is a spacious double room located on the first floor, with a 160x200cm double bed. Ivory tadelakt bathroom and independent toilet, Wifi....

La Circassienne

A compact room opening onto a large balcony This room is full of whimsy where the tadelakt is pink and the window panes of every colour. On the walls are a photograph by Paul Biehn and ancient textiles from Pakistan. The wide balcony overlooks the fountain. There’s a rattan rocking chair for your siesta and a 160x200cm double bed for your dreams of a thousand and one nights....

The Persan

A garden room This room is at garden level and is decorated with textiles from Persia and Central Asia. There is a superb Tibetan chest and a straw carpet. You’ll find the room tucked away behind a forest of palms, banana trees and acacias, like a jungle painted by Henri Rousseau. There’s a 160x200cm double bed....

Luxe Rooms

The Favorite

A room in the harem This is the most secret of our rooms. It hides behind a small salon screened by mashrabiyya, where you can spy the garden without being seen. The walls are adorned with two sumptuous Yemeni robes and an Afghan hanging. There is furniture from Mongolia and Nuristan, as well as two twin beds of 90x200cm which can be made into a large double. The bathroom is of ivory tadelakt....

Junior Suites

The Calif

A room in the trees This is an enormous room whose windows open into the branches of the large trees in the garden. On the walls are splendid Uzbek and Moroccan textiles, two photographs by John Stewart and a rare Qajar mirror from the 18th century. The huge bathroom is full of surprises. There are two twin beds of 90x200cm that can be made into a large double, as well as a third single bed of 90x200cm, a shower big enough for two, and a fireplac...

The African

A small country house in a private garden The blue of this house is the blue of the morning glory and plumbago that surrounds the little enclosed garden. Here you’ll be charmed by the arbour of vines where a fountain plays, the terrace in the clouds and the small fireplace for winter. Two Moroccan babouche-makers’ workbenches serve as bedside tables. On the wall is a tobe from Nigeria, a Peul wedding hanging and photographs by Paul Biehn and...

The Oriental

An ambassador’s apartment The bed is from a ‘house of pleasure’ in Canton, the red armoire is from Sichuan and the chairs belonged to concubines in a Peking palace. On the walls are the robes of Mandarins and more costumes from 18th century China. But the architecture is Moroccan: the window panes are of Iraqi coloured glass and the ancient floor mosaics are in black and white. This elegant suite comprises four rooms and opens onto the Anda...

Senior Suites

The Sultanas

An apartment in the harem This is a vast suite with a gallery giving onto the patio, a small winter salon with a fire place and a wide, covered balcony that has magnificent views of the Merinid Tombs. On the walls are photographs by Henri Cartier Bresson and Bruno Suet, as well as a painting by Gérard Drouillet. There is a 160x200cm double bed and a small bathroom in red takelakt....

Pasha Suites

The Pasha

The Pasha of Casablanca Beneath a high skylight lies the most luxurious of our suites. A hundred years ago it was the room of Si Tayeb el Mokri, Minister of Finance until 1912, and then Pasha of Casablanca from 1927 until his death in Fez in 1949. Everyone in Fez talks of this legendary figure, and everyone has his own tale to tell. Tayeb was a powerful man, a great character. He was also a man of refinement, a traveler, a pianist and a music lo...