The term riad might sit loosely on this palace style hotel, but it does bring a sense of the grand to this spiritual capital of Morocco.Three distinct styles are gracefully carried through the riad: the Moorish traditions of mosaics and Islamic carvings marry with the neutral marble colonnades and sculpted arches as well as a contemporary Baroque patio featuring grey tadelakt walls, black marble floors and crystal ceiling lights. The restaurants of Riad Fes are a highlight try The Oriental for its superb presentation of classic Moroccan flavours. Sneak out for a pre-sleep belt of fine cognac and cigar in the elegant bar and smokehouse if Casablanca was the kind of movie that captured you. There is also a grand piano sitting on the most traditional tile and cushion style patio that transports the same essence.
The uber luxury Royal Suite with 970 square feet (90 square metres) of tiled floors and a terrace with views over the Medina and the Atlas Mountains.