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The location is good and the hotel is very modern but we found the staff, rooms and service to be just average. Rabat is a large city with many hotels I would search around on trip advisor for a place that constantly get excellent reviews.
The room was clean and very comfortable with a lovely water view for sunset. The staff was very welcoming and the hotel is lovely. We enjoyed our first excellent Moroccan breakfast. I would recommend this hotel.
This was our first stop on a two-week organized tour (Overseas Adventure Travel). Excellent place. But what impressed me more than anything were the works of art. Please take time to walk the halls and admire the paintings, sculpture, etc. I just wish that the...More
Located across the river from Rabat, take the bus a few stops. The pools and the river and the sunset. Sitting on your terrace can't be improved, Lovely rooms, nice service, full breakfast. Spa services and a bar.
This is a nice hotel with a nice view over the pool to the river and the city of Rabat in the background. It is not located in an area with anywhere to walk. It is however just a taxi ride to Rabat & it's...More
US$ 92 - US$ 112 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I was there with an OAT group myself. It was a fabulous trip. The easiest thing would be to take a "petit taxi" (I think they are blue in Rabat) directly to the hotel. You don't need a "grand taxi"- they are for long... More
I was there with an OAT group myself. It was a fabulous trip. The easiest thing would be to take a "petit taxi" (I think they are blue in Rabat) directly to the hotel. You don't need a "grand taxi"- they are for long distance trips. I don't know exactly what it would cost, but in general they are very reasonable- probably less than $10. Getting across the bridge any other way is not easy. It's really not that far. Get the taxi driver to write down the price ahead of time.If your guide is Mohammed, you're in for a treat! He would remember me- in Marrakesh he had to take a taxi to go pick up something that was Fedexed from the US!
I don't know the price for the petit taxi either, but in general they are very reasonable. This hotel is outside the city- actually across the river, so anytime you want to see the sights in the medina you will have to get... More
I don't know the price for the petit taxi either, but in general they are very reasonable. This hotel is outside the city- actually across the river, so anytime you want to see the sights in the medina you will have to get to town and back. It's not far, but there is that bridge. Having said that, this is a lovely, relaxing hotel. The restaurant is fairly expensive, so if you don't have transportation, the nearby McDonalds is your option. Breakfast at the hotel is fabulous.
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