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Hotels in Fes near Fes (FEZ-Saiss)

Fes (FEZ-Saiss) Hotels

Gateway to the “Athens of Africa”, Fes-Saiss Airport (FEZ) sits around 12 kilometers away from the ancient city of Fes. A modest hub livened up with touches of Moroccan flair, it provides connections to numerous European hubs. There are plenty of amenities for passengers too, from tantalizing eateries to shops selling fashion and Duty Free goods. Souvenirs are best picked up in the winding streets of Fes itself, though.

Hotels in Fes (FEZ-Saiss)

Whilst there aren’t many hotels near Fes Airport, you’ll find stacks of choice in the city itself. The accommodation here ranges from sharp modern establishments to quintessentially Moroccan abodes, many of which come affordably priced. Amenities to expect include restaurants, bar lounges, and outdoor pools, with plenty of modern creature comforts in-room.

Where to stay

A sprawling sandy-hued labyrinth of weaving thoroughfares, Fes el-Bali is the city’s star attraction. In amongst the bustling medina you’ll find traditional leather tanneries, colorful souks overflowing with handicrafts, fragrant food stalls, and numerous historic monuments. The newer portion of Fez, also known as Ville Nouvelle, is home to fewer attractions, but boasts sleek streets dotted with modern shopping hotspots.

How to get to Fes (FEZ-Saiss)

Fes Airport offers year-round direct connections to many important European cities, including Barcelona, Brussels, London, Paris, and Rome. Once you’ve arrived and collected your luggage, you can get to the city by the buses which run regularly to the city, along with a separate airport shuttle service aimed at tourists. Taxis are a quicker alternative, though it’s worth noting that Fes el-Bali is one of the largest car-free urban zones in the world.