The fame surrounding Fez has enticed Muslim students and scholars, Jews and Christians from all walks of life – including Valérie Janczewski, who fell in love with the town and decided to share her passion for travel and culture with others by opening a very special Andalusian-inspired guest house. Welcome to Riad Anata.
As well as boasting excellent staff who look after your every need, the Riad Anata is a place full of warmth, where relaxation is the key word. It’s clear everyone there enjoys helping guests – an example is the personalized menu that you can order in advance, and chef Samira Anata can even teach you some of the basics of traditional Moroccan dishes.
You only have to look through the guest house’s colourful and useful Roadbook to feel the energy. It’s, packed with hints and tips on how best to enjoy your time in Fez. There’s everything from which taxis to take, to when to avoid the medina (old city) when all the shops are closed! From the best spas to suggested walking tours, and suggestions for sightseeing further afield in places such as Moulay Idriss and Tazekka National Park. Golf
lovers will enjoy the Fez Royal Golf Club, a beautiful 18-hole golf course nearby, where
local caddies gladly carry your bag and give you golf and course tips for a small fee.
Each of the five rooms is made for peace and quiet. Sleep in a high quality bed, eat a hearty
breakfast, enjoy impeccable service, relax on the roof terrace which overhangs the medina
or cool off at sunset in the wading pool. It is ideally located in the main tourist area of the
medina, just two steps from Place Batha.
Only a three-hour flight from Brussels South, Riad Anata is ideal for a romantic getaway.