Dar El Kebira

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Rue des Consuls - 1 Impasse Belghazi, Ferran Znaki, Rabat, 1005, Morocco
Riad Dar El Kebira
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Very Good
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Average
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Poor
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Terrible
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 33% less than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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  • Families80
  • Couples83
  • Solo93
  • Business87

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Forum Posts

Morocco Visa Extension

by hshifan

I will be coming to Rabat hopefully by Nov-09 for 03 months and would like to know if I can extend my visa after the 03 month period without leaving the country.

Re: Morocco Visa Extension

by windcity

The simple answer is NO, but you can go to Ceuta, which is a Spanish enclave on the Moroccan mainland to renew your entry permit. You will have to stay one night.
Hope this helps
Sue

Re: Morocco Visa Extension

by hshifan

Will it be possible for me to apply for a residence visa, does anyone know whats the procedure?

Re: Morocco Visa Extension

by cabeyp

Well there are actually exeptions. One of the simple rules in life - for each rule there is an exception.
But I'm not sure how it could work for you, this is something you would need to work on when over there. So far I've only seen extentions given to expats married to a Moroccan and this involved plenty of trips to the police stations, proof of documents etc.

You can apply for a work permit when over there but I am aware of people still not having received theirs after 2 yrs despite having a business and contributing to the Moroccan economy.

If you have a job your best chance is to get your employer to assist you and in the meantime look forward to day trips to Ceuta.

Re: Morocco Visa Extension

by windcity

Money is the main obstacle to getting a residents permit, you need to have money in a convertible bank account or regular money transfers into your bank. You also need to own, or be renting or buying property, or have a job offer. Once you have all that in place you should go to the immigration office and fill out the forms.
Hope this helps
Sue

Travel Tips for Rabat

The Andalous's wall

by JLBG

When you follow Mohamed V Avenue, you will arrive to the Andalous's wall. During daytime, this place is crowded of people going into and out of the medina. This photo was taken in the early morning, when there was nobody around.

We walked in this cemetery by...

by jujub

We walked in this cemetery by mistake, we were trying to find the medina, and i have no idea how we got here. But this was an incredible view -- the tombs went as far as the ocean and they stretched in all directions.... and they are really close to one another.. it must have been one of the largest cemeteries i've ever seen... I mean no disrespect to those resting there, but i thought this was really something else...

Beef weighting

by JLBG

The butcher gets delivered a whole beef. As no car can come here, it is brought on a small cart and weighted with a Roman brass scale hung in front of the shop.
He was OK for the photo, but without him and I had to hurry up because he would not leave the carcass hung to the scale for long !

Further in Souika street

by JLBG

During day time, Souika street is always busy and as it would be improper to shoot some one without having his agreement (and most of the time, he will say "no") I had to wait until nobody was too close to take my photo.

The covered market

by JLBG

If we go back along Souika road and find again Mohamed V avenue, where we began our wandering, we will find the covered market.

The entrance is on the left of the photo. In the early morning, when this photo was taken, it is very calm, but as soon as the covered market is open, it will become very busy and I would have found difficult to take a picture.

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Address: Rue des Consuls - 1 Impasse Belghazi, Ferran Znaki, Rabat, 1005, Morocco