Dar Roumana is Arabic for House of the Pomegranate. In almost all ancient cultures, the pomegranate, with its ruby colour and jewel-like seeds, represented wealth, fertility, royalty, and even immortality.This symbolism seems especially appropriate in a city as timeless and culturally rich as Fes.
Framed by lush olive groves and the ancient ruins of the medina walls, Dar Roumana invites you to experience the richness and comfort of a traditional Fassi guesthouse. Relax with a book and a glass of Moroccan mint tea on the spacious sun-drenched roof terrace with a spectacular view of the entire medina and Atlas Mountains.
After dinner prepared by our Cordon Bleu chef, retire to the library for a fire-side game of chess or choose a movie from our video and DVD collection. Each of our five suites contains the work of local artisans: original mosaic tile floors, intricate carved plaster, rich cedar ceilings and doors, and hand-crafted furnishings.