About Riad Marjana Suites & Spa
Riad Marjana Suites & Spa is a breath taking traditional guest house located in the prestigious Ziat district, in the magnificent and sumptuous Medina of Fez.
Riad Marjana Suites & Spa is an Arab-Moorish mansion of massive luxury and charm which is considered one of the best Riads in the old city of Fez. Its inimitable location makes it accessible by car, five minutes’ walk from the famous Bab Boujloud gate, Batha Museum, Medarsa Bouanania and 10 minutes to the Qaraouiyin oldest university in the world and to its mosque.
Come to enjoy a unique and a life time stay and experience at Riad Palais Marjana which is a haven of peace and an architectural jewel of rare beauty. Our guests are warmly welcome in a friendly and hospitable inborn way which presents an authentic image on Moroccan hospitality.
Our 16 suites and rooms with all comforts you need and want, include free Wi-Fi, flat-screen satellite TV, air conditioning, private bathroom with hairdryer. Riad Marjana Suites & Spa also includes an indoor swimming pool, a Hammam (Turkish bath), and elevator.
Our tasty and authentic Moroccan cuisine is prepared according to recipes handed down from generation to generation. Meals and breakfast can be enjoyed and served in the Moroccan lounge, patio or on the terrace which overlooks the historical wonders of the old city of Fez.
All in all, Riad Marjana Suites & Spa, puts everything for the comfort of its guests and offers the best services such as airport or train pick up, cultural visits, cooking lessons and excursions. If you are driving, there is a secure parking available nearby.
The short hop to Morocco is a cultural exchange like no other, just over three hours’ flight time in return for sunshine and a vivid shot of Arabian exoticism. Fez is the country’s oldest imperial city, a time-worn centre for culture and learning, with colourful tiled palaces and centuries-old souks. The Medina is a World Heritage Site riddled with passages that see far fewer tourists than those of Marrakech. Its alleyways are narrower, making it impossible not to get caught up in the ebb and flow of life passing through. Prepare to lose yourself in the mêlée, while doing your best to take it all in, from the sight of women carrying dough to the communal bakery, to the butcher shaving the fur from a cow’s head with a razor.