Marble fountains and terraces overlooking the city offer a tranquil sanctuary.
The Palais Jamai is positioned around a magnificent Andalusian garden of orange, lemon and palm trees and medicinal herbs. Despite its location just steps from the hustle and bustle of the Medina, its marble fountains and terraces overlooking the city offer a tranquil sanctuary. Designed and built in 1879 by the Jamai family with great deference to Arab-Moorish style and intended for a sense of escape, for pleasure to the eyes and peace for the soul. The palace was transformed into a hotel in the 1930s and has since been the host to a multitude of distinguished visitors to Fes.
Ideal for those who want a large Fes hotel with conventional facilities that is well located for exploring the wonders of this age-old city.