An extravagant breakfast with homemade jams, mint tea and local pastries
The marble patio with carved plaster and ornate gates
Individually decorated guest rooms with high ceilings and Morrocan touches
What To Know
Each guest room is decorated individually and amenities may differ
Airport transfers are available for a fee of $20
Some fees and taxes only apply to guests ages 12 and over
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Grand Moroccan home-away-from-home with intricate mosaics and family-style couscous feasts
Set in a traditional home in the Medina, the Riad au Vingt Jasmins is named after the fragrant flowers that tumble down pillars in the stately courtyard. The seven rooms surround a stunning courtyard with intricate, colorful tile work, carved cedar wood, inlaid marble floors and sofas covered in velvet. Each of the individually decorated rooms have berber carpets, painted ceilings and grand silk shantung drapes or velvet curtains that cover the double height windows. Homey breakfasts with local honey and jams start each day in the tiled dining room, while evening means family-style north African feasts by candlelight.
In the Area
Home to one of the world’s oldest walled neighborhoods (a labyrinth of craft stalls, monuments and palaces), Fes is a meeting point for Middle Eastern and African culture. Sample French-Moroccan fare with tasting menus at Dar Roumana. Strolls around the city’s older sections yield views of the Kairaouin mosque, Morrocco’s second-largest and the oldest Islamic monument in Fes. To get some background on the city’s great craftsmanship, explore the Nejjarine Museum’s 18th-century woodworking and colorful sculptures before relaxing in the rooftop tearoom with panoramic medina views.