Where to Stay in Fes, Morocco – The Best Riads in Fes

Wondering where to stay in Fes, Morocco? From luxury to a more budget friendly option, we’re here to tell you the best riads in Fes to call home while you visit Morocco. 

Where to Stay in Fes, Morocco

Dar Borj

Starting with the more budget friendly option, we have Dar Borj.

Dar Borj is located in the Fes medina, close to Bab Bou Jeloud (The Blue Gate). In addition being close to one of the biggest attractions in Fes, Dar Borj is situated a few steps away from one of the many local markets and eateries in the medina.

As soon as you enter Dar Borj, you are welcomed with mint tea and a smile – the only way to be greeted in Morocco in our opinion.

The Moroccan family that runs the Dar is kind, helpful and more than willing to accomodate any need such as booking you a tour or helping you coordinate your transportation onto your next Moroccan destination.

Dar Borj is several stories high and boasts amazing views of the medina from the rooftop terrace. The terrace is also where your breakfast is served (breakfast is included by the way).

The room your breakfast is served in is a small, quaint room full of plush pillows and Moroccan prints. And the breakfast, woah the breakfast! It’s delicious.

All around, we can’t recommend Dar Barj enough. Its location is great, the staff is friendly, and the décor and vibe are exactly what you need to make you feel like “you’re in Morocco.”

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  • Mint Tea and A Sunset
  • Breakfast at Dar Borj
  • Sunset views from a Fes Rooftop

Riad Fes – Relais & Châteaux

Now, onto the crème de la crème of accommodations in Fes, Morocco. May we present you Riad Fes, a luxury 5-star hotel located in the heart of the Fes Medina.

From an on-site Hammas and Spa to a pool, Riad Fes has you set for relaxation. If you still need to unwind, a fully stocked bar and assortment of shisha flavors await for you at the courtyard restaurant.

From breakfast to lunch to dinner, the food that is served is with a friendly smile and full of flavor. Speaking of smiles, the staff is amazing. So friendly, kind and helpful, you’ll feel like part of the family.

If we haven’t sold you yet, let us talk to you about the rooms. The rooms are private and deck out in beautiful moroccan details. The Riad itself is covered from head to toe in beautiful tiled walls and floors.

With a garden on site, this Riad is truly an oasis in the middle of the medina. While the cost is “pricey”, but in this instance, you get what you pay for and we promise, you will not regret it.

Riad Fes is 5 stars for a reason, and they make sure you leave feeling like a 6!

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  • Riad Fes
  • Riad Fes Courtyard
  • Riad Fes Garden

Best Part of Fes To Stay In

No doubt, you need to stay in the Fes Medina when visiting Fes, Morocco. The Medina of Fes is where all the top attractions and “must see’s” of Fes are located. Trust us, to not stay in the Fes Medina would be a big mistake!

Both of our above recommendations are in the heart of the bustling and captivating Fes Medina.

If our above recommendations don’t suite you, definitely check out some other great Riads in the Fes Medina here.

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Where to Stay in Fes, Morocco

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– Lauren & Jesse Stuart (The Stüs)

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