The premise of this hotel is to treat you as though you are a member of the Fassi nobility. The décor is suitably reminiscent of Arabian Nights, with pale colours and massive columns offset by an abundance of traditional artwork, mosaic, ornate mouldings and accents of red and gold; all placed within the context of an ancient city.
The rooms are designed in three different styles: Moroccan, Oriental and Baraco-andalous. The first features zellige floors, warm colours and reams of flowing fabrics; Oriental is characterised by the dark wood and bathrooms in black or white tadelakt, while the 'Baraco-andalous' style boasts grey tadelakt walls, black zellige and Blanc de Carrare marble bathrooms.
The second largest city in Morocco after Casablanca, Fes is one of the country’s four ‘imperial cities’. Steeped in the history of its conquerors, the city is one of culture, warm weather and great food. Centrally located, Riad Fes has found its niche providing an ideal destination from which to explore the ancient city or to relax in the manicured grounds of the hotel.