This Moroccan hotel is simply "sahari" with its beautifully blended culture and luxury
The Moroccan word for magic is "sahari," and Hotel Sahari epitomizes this with its contemporary take on traditional architecture. Views of Fez's medina, and a rooftop bar make this hilltop perch a wonderfully enchanting retreat.
Come and enjoy the best sunset in the city in the company of a Cucumbertini!
Amenities A/V Equipment Bridal Suite/Changing Rooms Onsite Street Parking Valet Parking Wifi Ample Parking Onsite Dining Chairs Dining Tables Onsite Restrooms Venue Features The Scene: Standing on the former site of Marshal Lyautey’s summer palace, the hotel revisits the distinctive motif of the great arches that once adorned the façade of the building that stood here. Behind them, arranged around plant-covered atriums, is complex of fifty spacious rooms along with the comfort of two restaurants, a rooftop with a bar opening onto the panoramic terrace, and an exclusive Givenchy spa, combined with a traditional hammam and a gym with Technogym® equipment Design: The entire interior and exterior décor, specifically designed for the hotel, combines classic design codes with a sophisticated take on local traditions. Zellige pools, carved plaster and local stone cladding, Fassi ceramics and copper lanterns provide subtle references throughout the space, which also includes bespoke furniture, such as the Sahrai line designed by Christophe Pillet and now produced by Living Divani. Standout Venue Features: On the floors and walls, Taza stone facings serve as a backdrop for the decorative scheme that supports the streamlined look of the architecture, while adding touches of brightness. Among them, the leitmotif of copper lanterns made locally following a special design renews the magic of this light by night, although it can also be enjoyed by day. Arranged in the hallways and common areas in random combinations, they are an example of the distinctive creations at the hotel, adding a designer touch to local skills and traditions. On the ground and in wrought iron shelves, they are complemented by the colours of the tall Fassi jars, which are also specially designed for the hotel, in keeping the made-to-measure theme. The chairs, sofas and daybeds outside, the sofas in the bar and lobby, and the loungers in the bedrooms all form a collection designed by Christophe Pillet for the hotel and now produced by the Italian manufacturer Living Divani. Similarly, the reception desks, consoles, coffee tables and metal and marble occasional furniture were produced by a craftsman guided by the designer, who also entrusted him with making the desks, luggage racks and walk-in closets in the guest rooms, along with the bathrooms, where the marble sinks and baths are tailor-made. The screens, windows and moucharaby also meet this requirement, tempered by a selection of seating designed by Christophe Pillet for Emu, Tacchini and Vasharin; and by the choice of distinctive pieces in the guest rooms, such as a bed designed by Piero Lissoni or an iconic 1960s desk lamp. For the Hotel Sahrai, exclusivity is the greatest of all luxuries. Extra Perks: The white marble bar is open beneath the arches, the ideal place to sit and watch the twilight spread across the land. Awards & Notables
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Food, Restaurants, Cafes: Relais de paris (French brasserie= Amaraz (Moroccan cuisine) Bars & Lounges: The Rooftop THIS VENUE DOES NOT HAVE ANY REPORTS AT THIS TIME. Check back again soon!