Moroccan Elegance in Fez
The colourful country of Morocco has a lot more to offer than the extremely popular Marrakech. Up in the North you can find Fez (or Fes), a more quiet, undiscovered version of her popular sister. Offering the best preserved Medina (city-centre) in the Arab world, this city is just as culturally interesting.
Hotel Sahrai lies just outside of the Medina, strategically located on a hill for some of the best sunset views of Fez. Where there was once a palace, a glamorous five star hotel has taken over.
The entire decor breathes elegance; traditional Moroccan designs are combined with contemporary styles, creating a captivating sense of class.
Two restaurants, a gym, hammam, Givenchy spa and infinity pool overlooking the city walls will offer plenty of entertainment when you are not exploring the medieval city.
An elaborate breakfast buffet is served on the terrace, with an astonishing amount of Moroccan delicacies to chose from. Relais de Paris is the hotel’s French brasserie, but for a taste of the local cuisine Amaraz is the perfect choice.
Transfers to the city centre can be booked at the reception as well as a traditional cooking class or a visit to an organic goat farm.
If you are looking to visit the North of Morocco in style, this is the place to be.