Built in 1942, the Hotel Zalagh, near the Andalusian gardens, was one of the original hotels par excellence in Fez. After a more contemporary renovation, it is now somewhat stuck in 1980s styling but offers two pools, one specifically for children, and a verdant setting. Guest rooms vary from cedar-carved upper-floor suites with balconies to somewhat undistinguished singles and doubles on the Ville Nouvelle side. The staff is friendly, but don't count on exceptional service.
10, rue Mohammed Diouri, Fez, 30000, Morocco