On a hillside spot in magical Fez, one of the oldest and largest medina in the world, lays an equally magical exclusive hotel that is different from any other hotel experience in the area.
Hotel Sahrai was built on the ruins of Marshal Hubert Lyautey’s summer palace. Crafted by architect and designer Christophe Pillet, Hotel Sahrai is an oasis of calmness with a twist of modern design. The hotel is elegantly decorated in local traditional style highlighting the graceful details of Arabic architecture.
Copper lanterns, Fassi ceramics and Taza stone on the floors and walls come together with the remnants of the summer palace it was once part of. This delicate and beautiful combination of culture, antiquity and style is a staple of Sahrai. Due to the hotel’s ideal location uphill, guests can enjoy the spectacular, panoramic view of a city that has been on the UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1981.