I should start by saying the location is quite 5-star, the lobby, though small, is quite striking mainly because of the view it affords of the rather impressively designed bar on the right. The room we stayed in was also good, tastefully decorated. Now to the letdown. First, the bathroom. By this time, Rabat was already the 3rd city on our trip, so we had already a pretty good idea of what to expect of toilets and bathrooms in the country however the low standards of bathrooms i didn't expect to encounter in this supposedly 5-star hotel -- check out my photos. The bathroom could very well use a good scrubbing, and a refitting properly done. Worse, we got bath towels which had seen better days -- torn and with holes i could fit my hand into (see photo). The variety and the quality of the buffet was ok, but the price of the beverages was outrageous (9 euros for a small bottle of of mineral water and an espresso!), and the service unbelievably abysmal.
Unique Quality: Great location, good views
Directions: Very close to the Mausoleum Mohamed
My husband and I are thinking of taking an organzied tour in Sept. and one of the hotels on the tour is the Mercure in Rabat. We have read some bad reviews of this hotel which is making us nervous. Can anyone tell us anything about the hotel.
would really recommend golden tulip farah it has a good view and the location is really good. it's the best hotel in rabat.
Impasse Kaid Bargach, Médina, Rabat
21 Avenue Chellah, Rabat
PO Box 450, Souissi, (formerly Hilton Rabat), Rabat
1 Rue Amman bp 175, Rabat
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Address: Makhlouf 10, Rabat, 10000, Morocco