Dar Al Andalous
The Andalusian-style, home was transformed into a guest house in 2002, incorporating the most modern conveniences while ensuring that the original character and charm were maintained. Luxurious appointments, a warm Moroccan welcome and a genuine desire to help visitors discover the wonders of Fez, help the charming hosts and their efficient staff make your stay a truly memorable one.
Easily reached by car, with an attended parking lot close by, Dar Al Andalous is located in the Batha section of the medina of Fez, just a few minutes walk from the famous museum of the same name and the Bab Boujloud, the stunning main entrance of the Medina.
The Atmosphere :
Delicate and airy fabrics, intensives colors, and modern designer furniture give the Riad Dar Al Andalous an atmosphere which couldn't be more suitable for a romantic vacation in Fez. The original interior design with its elaborate mosaics, perfectly curved shapes and daedal carvings is punctuated with lovely details like white candles and lush green plants.
The Guestrooms :
The Riad Dar Al Andalous encompasses a total of 12 rooms and suites, all pleasantly decorated and furnished in a romantic Andalusian style. Each room of the Riad holds its particular surprises and special features to ensure you a personalized and memorable vacation in Fez. Some of them boast a magical ambiance produced by the daylight pouring in through antique stained glass windows. Other has a private terrace or bathroom equipped with Jacuzzi. By virtue of separate lounge or mezzanine, the luxurious suites of the riad guarantee a magnificent Morocco vacation including first-class amenities and enough space to make one-self comfortable in.
In addition, Dar Al Andalous features a couple of facilities, which will help to make your vacation in Fez a pleasurable experience in every way imaginable: a magnificent terrace, a traditional Hammam (steam bath) . The restaurant spoils its guests with exquisite dishes based on the traditional local cuisine. Amateur cooks can also sign up for a cooking course at the Riad to disclose the secrets of the famous Fassi art of cookery.