Ratings based on 29 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.2 Room cleanliness
4.3 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby inka from london
good locationPosted 11/06/2014
Pros: location, staff, pool, lice balcony in the room and rooms was good size
hotel is nice but a bit old rooms need some work done. otherwise hotels was clean and well kept,
for Everyoneby derek from london
Good hotel close to madinaPosted 08/05/2014
Pros: Central to fes old city. Service second to none
Cons: I think the Devore in some rooms need a bit of attention but the hotel is pretty old
Location: Plenty to see in the madina and nearby
Hotel very good they sorted out problems with Expedia who got the booking wrong
for Couplesby N from United States
Amazing hotel, rooms need a major updatePosted 07/01/2014 on Hotels.com
This is truly a beautiful hotel and they have spent a lot of work making sure it looks immaculate. The staff are very attentive and friendly, we had a great time chatting to the gentlemen managing the bar before we went to dinner. The concierge was incredibly helpful, but did set up a dinner for us that was extremely expensive (we didn't know this until the bill came - no prices on the menu she suggested). The room we were in needed a major update. It had some definite wear and tear and it smelled like a sewer which was really unpleasant. The water in the pipes ran the whole night and day even when our water was turned off so the room was noisy all night. Room service food was pretty good. Location has great views but is about 30 min from the Medina and not safe to walk around at night.
for Everyoneby Peter from Venice Italy and Ulster
Historic hotel w fabulous garden in historic FesPosted 22/12/2013
Pros: The traditional Moroccan decor, but especially the garden, both planting and fountain design
Cons: Please better reading lights by the bed
Location: Endless opportunities for exploring the mediaeval Medina, seeing craftsmen at work in leather, brass, jewelry and textiles w little mass tourism
Unique hotel in the heart of the bustling, picturesque Medina of Fes, a city virtually unchanged in atmosphere since the middle ages. The beautifully maintained exotic hotel garden with tile paved paths and gurgling fountains a perfect refuge from the heady atmosphere and lively picturesque streets of the surrounding town. The architecture of the XIIIc Medersas or Koran schools worth the trip in itself. The traditional Moroccan restaurant in the hotel the best in all Fes while pool side lunches and the international restaurant excellent . The staff warm and friendly. Everything spotlessly clean and functioning. Wld willingly return on an annual basis for what seemed a unique experience. My wife who had stayed here precisely fifty years earlier was as enthusiastic as I about every aspect of our week long holiday.
for Couplesby Molly from NY
Posted 05/11/2013 on Hotels.com
Gorgeous hotel right near the medina! As it was a former palace, the old-world charm and elegance has strongly been maintained.
Posted 18/08/2013 on Hotels.com
for Business Travellersby ALM from So Cal
Posted 17/08/2013 on Hotels.com
Great hotel. Wifi was spotty.
for Personal Eventby David from New Haven
Posted 01/07/2013 on Hotels.com
The Sofitel Fès Palais Jamaï provided a thoroughly beautiful base for touring Fes. Located within the medina itself, it is a very good option -- providing an (albeit imperfect) grand hotel experience, at what, in my case, was a good price. Service is a bit inconsistent -- one concierge member is helpful, another less so; one bellman tried, I believe, to have me exchange currency for him; and, most nettlesome of all, some reception desk staffers and others speak a poor English. The gym is somewhat small (and warm), though complemented by a lovely indoor jacuzzi. But decor in the hotel reflects the quintessential Moroccan style; the outdoor pool and grounds are quite nice; and, above all, the rooms are spacious and elegant. The hotel balcony offers a great view of the Fes medina; while many pursue medina-view rooms, I actually appreciated a room facing the beautiful hills and medina ramparts on the other side, with large balcony. The room itself, as well, was spacious.
for Everyoneby sidy
Nice hotel and close to the zawiyaPosted 06/05/2013
Pros: The front desk agents are very professional and helpful. The food in the Morrocan restaurant is great.
Cons: the cleaniness
Enjoyed my stay in that hotel.will definately go back next time i visit FES.
Recommendedby A verified traveller
Posted 18/03/2013 on Hotels.com