Where to stay in Fes-Meknes?

The Fez-Meknes region in Morocco offers a unique experience that combines the majesty of the Atlas Mountains, the enchanting cedar forests, the extensive olive groves, the serenity of rivers and lakes with the authenticity of the imperial cities of Meknes and Fez, beautiful waterfalls such as those of Ouzoud, discover the historical richness of the ancient Roman city of Volubilis and visit charming villages such as Ifrane and Moulay Idriss. This region in-vites you to immerse yourself in a unique blend of natural and cultural experiences in a single trip. In Fez-Meknes, you will find a variety of accommodations such as traditional Riads with courtyards and terraces, boutique hotels with local charm, private flats with modern comforts and charming cottages in the middle of the countryside. These establishments offer everything from luxurious and authentic experiences to simpler and more affordable options, each with unique features ranging from a stay in the middle of a medina, a mountain guest house with a magnificent view or a romantic hotel in a rural village.

Below, you can choose the type of accommodation that best suits your needs:

What to visit in Fez-Meknes?

Ifrane: Known as "The Little Switzerland of Morocco," Ifrane is a charming town with a European architectural de-sign. It is surrounded by beautiful cedar forests and offers the opportunity to enjoy outdoor activities such as hik-ing.

The Middle Atlas: This mountain range offers spectacular landscapes with cedar forests and picturesque lakes. It is an ideal destination for nature lovers and hikers. The Michlifen National Park is especially known for its natural beauty.

Moulay Idriss: A sacred village that offers an authentic Moroccan experience. Its narrow streets and white houses contrast with the green of the surrounding countryside. It is also an important religious site in Morocco.

Volubilis: An ancient Roman city declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can explore the ruins and get an in-sight into the ancient history of the region.

Ouzoud Waterfalls: A few hours’ drive from Fes, these waterfalls are the highest in Morocco. Surrounded by lush countryside, they offer a stunning setting for hiking and relaxation.

Ifrane National Park: This park is a haven for wildlife, with a variety of birds and mammals. It is a great place for bird watching and nature photography.

Medina of Azrou: A charming Berber village known for its market and local crafts. It is also an excellent starting point for exploring the surrounding mountains.

Dayet Aoua Lake: This lake is a resting place for migratory birds and a stunning natural environment. It is an ideal place for birdwatchers and nature lovers.

Walk around the city of Fes and discover the famous Medina, heart of the city, known for its traditional Souks and beautiful historical monuments.  

Then, offer yourself a break and enjoy the gardens of Jardin Jnan Sbil. Located just outside of the Medina, this green area has recently acquired the name of “the oasis of the Medina”. With its calming atmosphere, the garden will offer you a peaceful walk after visiting the animated quarters of the city.