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15, Makhfia Er'cif, à côté du cinéma Amal, 30200 Fez, Morocco – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.3/10! (score from 184 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at Palais De Fès Dar Tazi.
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Golf Course (within 2 miles), Cycling, Turkish/Steam Bath, Library
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Breakfast in the Room, Special Diet Meals (upon request)
WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Private parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not needed) and costs EUR 2.75 per day.
Packed Lunches, Car Rental, Shuttle Service (surcharge), Airport Shuttle (surcharge), Express Check-in/Check-out, Currency Exchange, Tour Desk, Ticket Service, Baggage Storage, ATM on site, Concierge Service, Babysitting/Child Services, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Ironing Service, Shoeshine, Suit Press, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Business Center, Fax/Photocopying, Souvenir/Gift Shop, VIP Room Facilities, Honeymoon Suite
Newspapers, Safe, Shops (on site), Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Heating, Air Conditioning, Designated Smoking Area
French, Spanish, English, German, Arabic
12:00 PM - 12:00 AM
6:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Up to two children under 6 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Up to two children under 2 years stay free of charge in a crib.
Up to two older children or adults are charged EUR 27 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 2.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed. No extra charges.
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The Palais De Fez was easy to get to as they supply transport Hasan the driver was very helpful. During our stay all the staff were very helpful and really nothing was too much trouble. on a rainy day we went to Volubilis a Roman site fantastic place, again Hasan drove us there. The rooms are very pleasant and comfortable. The view from the restaurant is very good.
Our first room Maria was noisy, dogs at night, we were moved to a suite which was much better.
decoration and food
food too expencive, breakfast cold and dry, hot water not enough for two people
Restaurant, music and food! View excelent. Picturesque.
We were driving around Morocco and had arrived in Fes after a grueling day of driving all the way from Mergouza (on the edge of the Sahara). I followed Google maps to the location it had and managed to find street parking (you pay the attendant and it becomes on his honor to protect your car...in the U.S. this would be a scam, but it is for real in Morocco). I was tired and off guard when someone asked me where I was going and I mistakenly told him. He started leading us on and took us to a different hotel. I tried to find the hotel on the map, but Google had it all wrong (also, my phone was not working for some reason). We ended up at a restaurant that called the hotel and they sent someone over. Not only did the gentleman come get us, dispersed the youth who thought he should get paid for getting us lost, after we got to the hotel, he went back to the car and made sure it was properly protected and nothing would happen to it. That was the first hour. It only got better after that. The staff were amazing. The restaurant, though a bit pricey by Moroccan standards, is off the chart. The full service menu is amazing. Ordering only 2 for 3 people we were still stuffed (and this includes a 19-year old with a voracious appetite). The view from the restaurant over the medina is priceless. The hotel itself is beautiful and the rooms are truly palacial in size and feel.
Wifi did not work in the room most of the time. We were split over the guide they arranged for us. The medina in Fes is no joke, and I recommend a guide, but just be aware part of it is going to involve being taken to shops where the sales tactics can be overwhelming.
Amazing location,visited everywhere we wanted to with ease. the staff were so attentive,friendly and so eager to help. The breakfast was incredible and so fresh. Our room was spotless and beautifully decorated. The hotel sorted out an amazing guide for us and gave us restaurant recommendations and even sent a member of staff with us to show us the way and back. All in all a fantastic trip made by the hotel and its wonderful staff, I would love to visit again and anyone looking at visiting Fez should stay here, it will make your trip.
We could feel at home. Extremely kind and hospitable staff. Beautiful historical building. Excellent panoramic view of the medina. Perfect location.
A bit expensive Dinner. Too loud music during the Dinner.
- Abdul and all the staff were really kind and flexible to any of our exsigence. -From the breakfast terrace and the restaurant you can enjoy a great view of the Medina. -Tour guides recommended from the Hotel were good, safe and cheap.
Amazing place and decoration, super polite staff, delicious breakfast and dinner, central location - what would you like more for a weekend in Fes?!
- the staff cares really about the clients, especially Samira, always friendly and with useful advise. -the location and the palace atmosphere of the building; -excellent food at the restaurant but a bit expensive;
Meryem Room -the bathroom is divided in two: on one side of the bedroom, the shower and sink; on the other side, the toilet . the toilet is small , your knees are squashed up against the toilet door . Very inconvenient! -sewer smell coming from a bathroom sink;
The breakfast was fantastic. The building, the view, the room, decorations - everything was wonderful. The girl Nadjya (we think that's her name), who served us breakfast, was very sweet and kind. The guy Issa was extremely helpful as well. Samira was also very nice!
Too many stairs to get up to the room. The bathroom is divided in two: on one side of the bedroom, we find the shower and sink; on the other side, the toilet. Very inconvenient! Don't accept the official guide offer at the hotel. We paid 250dhn to be taken mostly into shops where we were extremely pressured into buying things. On the other hand, we had an amazing experience with an "unnoficial guide" we met in the medina - he took us to incredible places tourists don't usually get to see and we got in close touch with their culture. Unfortunatelly, we noticed part of the staff became much less friendly with us once they saw us with the unnoficial guide.
Welcome part was amazing,with local tea and cookies. Hotel has incredibly beautiful terrace with restaurant and city view.
beautiful hotel interior
too high price to pay for the additional bed
The location and the palace atmosphere of the building was amazing and of course the brakfasts, the evening meals and the live music accompany it, The last but not least, The hotel manager and the gorgeous hotel personel wake up at 04.00 a.m. for serving the breakfast for four people and to say goodbye..!!
location was excellent to old Medina, restaurants, staff was incredibly helpful and spoke English very well! Ryad was beautiful: rooms were lovely, restaurant on top was worth the climb for the view; servers were wonderful in preparing food my daughter would eat and preparing dishes for us without meat
Incredible atmosphere in this old palace, stunning views from the terrace, excellent food at the restaurant, helpful staff
The guide booked by the hotel was working for commissions on sales in the souk
Warm welcome from Rita the manager when we reached the place. Nice welcome drink of Moroccon mint tea.
No elevator in this hotel which may cause difficulties for senior guests.
The riad was tastefully decorated in traditional moroccan style with attention to detail. The staff were extremely friendly, helpful and nothing was too much trouble. When we arrived we were served complimentary mint tea and cakes. The breakfast was excellent. So much variety and beautifully presented-this really set us up for the day. Breakfast was served on the roof terrace - magnificent views. I would definitely recommend this riad.
Loved the cheerfulness of the staff, the dinner music and the generous servings of delicious food.
The location and the decoration is great. The food is good, too.
There was a live music at the terrace at night so it made a bit hard to fall asleep.
Staff is excellent, especially Samira, always friendly and with useful advise.
All was excellent.
Almost every thing
The tour guide which was recommended by the house was horrible and made us as prey for the shops aiming for his percentage from what we buy
The staff was gracious and accommodating. All of our needs were attended to like a four star hotel. The Palais dates to the 1200s and has a beautiful ambience and yet is modernized for comfort. We had our best Moroccan dinner there. It is inside the medina on one of the only streets with cars (the road was added about 30 years ago). We enjoyed the rooftop views of the medina. The mint tea was the best we had and the staff kindly taught me how to make it. They called a good taxi for us (hard to come by).
There are a lot of narrow stair cases with extra big steps and without rails. This was good exercise but could be problematic for disabled or frail people.
Beautiful. Great hospitality. The old Morocco you imagine from the movies.
I didn't realize how many stairs would be there and my mother has a bad knee. But it is understandable because the building is centuries old.
The staff were very friendly but the food serice was very very slow.
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