Le Sofitel Palais Jamaï remains THE hotel of Fez. In the heart of a magnificent palace of the 19th century, it exudes an atmosphere worthy of a ?housand and one nights. You can only be seduced by this place drenched in history. Moreover, the view over the medina of Fez is exceptional.
Le Sofitel Palais Jamaï is located on the heights of Fez, overlooking the medina. It enjoys a privileged situation and the view is magnificent. The international airport is 30 minutes away by car.
Since 2005, a spa has been offering several care treatments, massages... You will also find a hammam, sauna, relaxing pools with jet and a hairdresser saloon.
Le Palais Jamaï is a magnificent 19th century palace that once belonged to a vizier. It is located in the heart of an Andalusian garden. Renovated regularly as it is a historical monument, Le Palais Jamaï was completely renovated in 1999. Le Palais Jamaï consists of two distinct parts, one more recent, dating back to 1970 and the older part (1870) is located in the palace of the 19th century. As the decoration dates back to the time of the vizier, you will admire ceilings of painted wood, stucco, zelliges, mosaic fountain... You will be immersed in a real palace typical of Fez with all the splendour of a Thousand and one nights' tale. Relax yourself at the hotel's spa. Massages, care treatments, a relaxing bath will be offered to you. A hammam, sauna and a cardio-training room are available.
Worth noting: the swimming pool is quite large and heated in winter. To spend a pleasant evening with friends, go to the piano bar with a cosy ambiance.
Le Palais Jamaï offers no fewer than 123 rooms and 19 suites, all decorated in traditional manner (tables, lamps, painted wood headboard...). The difference between the standard and the deluxe rooms concerns the view. The deluxe rooms have a view over the medina and the standard rooms overlook the ramparts. The suites are bigger and decorated in different colours. All rooms have balconies furnished with chairs and tables made of wrought iron. Note: the rooms located in the former palace have kept the decoration of that bygone period, with the ceiling is made of painted wood, stucco, zelliges... All rooms have television, telephone, air conditioning, a safe and a mini bar. The bathrooms have a hair dryer, welcome products, slippers, bathrobes and a bath tub. Zelliges adorn the walls.
You can enjoy a Moroccan cuisine at the restaurant located in the old part of the hotel. The hall has retained the decoration of that time; stucco, zellige, painted wood... The room is quite dark but gives a very special ambiance to the space. Tables are arranged in a caïdale tent outdoors. An Arab-Andalusian orchestra and a belly dancer stage a show in the evening. Two other restaurants serving international cuisine are open. The restaurant L'Oliveraie serves breakfast, lunch and dinner buffet style. Dinner is served a la carte. Its decoration are meant to be refined and elegant. At the restaurant Al Jounaïna, menus vary daily. The atmosphere is rather cosy (candles...). It overlooks the swimming pool.
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