An old mediaeval aristocratic residence built by the management's great grandfather in the late nineteenth century, the guest house is a luxurious jewel of Andalusian architecture, richly decorated with arabesques with spiritual symbolism. The guest house has 8 charming suites, a beautiful single room, restaurants, a patio paved with white marble, the blue Zellige tiling of Fez, wrought iron windows, attractive sculpted plaster, woven textiles and carved wooden doors of cedar from the Atlas mountain chain. The guest house is well ventilated, air-conditioned, sunny and has a sun terrace with 360ï¿½ panoramic views overlooking the medina of Fez and the surroundings. The establishment invites guests to experience the authentic traditional life of Fez. Guests are welcomed in a lobby with 24-hour reception and check-out services. There is also a hotel safe, Internet access, room service and a laundry service on offer.
People from muslim countries/religion need a marriage certificate to share a double room.