Set in the heart of Fès in a former Arab-Moorish palace, Palais Faraj Suites & Spa offers a view of the medina.
It features an outdoor pool, spa, hammam, massage treatments and beauty salon. The reception is open 24 hours a day.
Each air-conditioned, modern suite is decorated with Moroccan Zellige tiles and has free Wi-Fi, minibar and flat-screen TV with satellite channels. All have a private bathroom and some have a terrace.
Breakfast is available daily at Palais Faraj Suites & Spa. For other meals, Moroccan dishes are available in Amandier, one of the hotel's 2 restaurants. There are also 2 bars on site.
This hotel is in the Ziat district, a 5-minute drive from Fès Bus Station. It is 30 minutes’ drive from Fes-Saiss Airport. At a surcharge excursions to places of interest and airport transfers are available.
Fez Airport (FEZ)
Sania Ramel Airport (TTU)
Hospital or clinic
Omar Drissi Hospital
Sidi Boujida Pharmacy
Ahmed Grocery Shop
Distances shown are straight-line distances on the map. Actual travel distances may vary.
What they offer
Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
Wi-Fi in public areas
Things to do, ways to relax
Swimming pool [outdoor]
Dining, drinking, and snacking
Services and conveniences
Safety deposit boxes
For the kids
Front desk [24-hour]
Car park [on-site]
Property's guest policies
Children and extra beds
Minimum age of guests is: 0 year(s).
When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please ask the property for more details.
Some helpful facts
Check-in from: 14:00
Check-in until: 00:00
Check-out from: 06:00
Check-out until: 12:00
Local Tax ID/ Rental License: 30000MC1772
Number of rooms : 32
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Room comfort and quality10,0
Value for money9,5
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yuan from United Kingdom
Stayed 1 night in September 2015
Great hotel, lovely staff, great location”
Location- staff - size of rooms
We drove from Rabat and it was conveniently located on the edge of the medina and straight into the main highway. We were upgraded which is nice of them and a tour of the hotel is upon request and is highly recommended. The only bad thing was the cocktails we had, it was horrible, 10/11£ each, I only know 1 place in Rabat with good cocktails and this hotel is amongst the worst, we left it on the table and didn't drink it but we complained to the hotel manager and they did not charge us which was nice as for the price, we would've expected it to be the same standard as london.
Reviewed September 09, 2015
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moni from Australia
Stayed 2 nights in September 2014
Superb Fusion of Traditional & Modern”
I love the aesthetics of the hotel, the decor, the colours & ambiance, service
Our stay was superb in a hotel converted from a palace. The most wonderful moment was being hosted by the owner, Mr Driss & his family, during our last night. The famous Moroccan hospitality was displayed by all the staff in their service in every room in the hotel. The breakfasts were excellent, diverse range of foods. Our dinner on the terrace was divine. The signature dish, a lamb cooked in tagine was so tender that it just broke apart by a glance.
The pool was enchantingly serene. Nice touch was a platter of fruits served and it was a gift. Heaps of towels! generously placed on deck chairs.
Like most riads, there are lots of stairs but Palais Faraj has lifts! Excellent for the disabled, unfit and aged! HIghly recommended as Palais Faraj has combined the best of traditional riads (great service with Moroccan hearts & souls) and modern amenities such as lifts, TV (although the reception was not the best) and fantastic wifi, all free! Indeed, a very classy hotel!
Reviewed September 15, 2014
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VANESSA from France
Stayed 4 nights in November 2013
Séjour reposant en plein cœur de la Médina ”
Beauté, confort, disponibilité du personnel
Nous avons été accueillis par le Directeur qui nous a conté l'histoire du Palais Faraj, un Riad de toute beauté, avec piscine et SPA.
Notre suite était spacieuse sur 2 étages et très bien décorée.
Les petits déjeuners sur la terrasse étaient un délice et le service impeccable.
Le soir, 2 restaurants au choix et un lounge Bar, tous les 3 avec une vue imprenable sur la Médina.
Seul bémol, le minaret juste à côté qui transmet la prière par haut parleurs à 6h du matin 7/7, la grasse matinée est alors "un peu" interrompue.