Sofitel Fes Palais Jamaï preserves the authenticity of Fez, the spiritual and cultural capital of Morocco. This hotel was built in 1879, in the finest Moorish style, and became the residence of the Grand Vizir of Jamaï. Guestrooms are decorated in light, subtle tones and have Moroccan-style furnishings and French windows leading to balconies; all include wireless Internet access, satellite television and minibars. At this Morocco luxury hotel, you will discover Moroccan, international and French cuisine in 3 restaurants, a spa, a piano bar, and 5 meeting rooms for up to 200 people. The heated outdoor pool is surrounded by palm trees and a sun terrace, while the hotel’s onsite spa facilities include a sauna and steam room; a range of massage treatments are also available.
Casablanca - A sightseeing tour around the port city of Casablanca, Morocco’s largest metropolis and its industrial hub.
Hassan II Grand Mosque -The mosque is amongst the largest in the world and can house as many as 25,000 worshipers. The mosque’s minaret is the tallest religious structure in the world.
Fes - Fes is timeless and one of the least untouched and secretive cities in the world. Once the capital of Morocco, it remains the undisputed religious, artistic and intellectual centre of the country. Explore the 9,000 narrow lanes and alleys that make up the labyrinth of the city’s old quarter. Visit the historic Nejjarine Fountain, fine palaces, mosques and medrassas (Koran Schools) that are dotted throughout the city.
Meknes - Meknes is one of the Imperial cities of Morocco where the monuments reflect the splendor of this 17th century city. Visit Bab Mansour gateway, the granaries and stables of the great Moulay Ismail and his mausoleum.
Volubilis - Continue to the Roman ruined city of Volubilis with its beautifully preserved mosaic’s dating largely from the 2nd and 3rd centuries AD, although excavations have revealed that the site was originally settled by Carthaginian traders even earlier.