I stayed 2 nights.
I paid 340 Dirhams for double roomper night for bed and breakfast
The breakfast is basic consist of tea/coffee jam,bread ,piece of chees...
Free wi-fi in the room.
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Near station and old city centre
-Paid 80 MAD per night per room
-Need to pay extra 5 MAD to use the toilet and bath
-Hotel door is locked at midnight
-If you aren't be back by this hour, let the staff knows so, he can watch on you til you arrive
We spent two nights here, and experienced exactly what you look for when you go to a riad: hospitality and a feeling of complete refuge from the business of the streets. The main door is kept shut, of course, but it is always opened with very cheerful service. There was air conditioning, authentic decor, a rooftop terrace, a tranquil courtyard, and lots of privacy. It feels far from the ville nouvelle.
On the down side, the breakfast was probably the plainest we've seen in a riad, and the shower was pretty austere.
Everything was very clean and comfortable, and there were lots of nice touches like dates, nuts, and water. We would recommend it to anyone.
Our room had a very comfortable four poster bed, a secret tinted window, and an exotic blue color scheme. A lot of the lighting comes from skylights. The decorations were not as lavish as in most riads, but still very pleasing, perhaps even more restful. There were a lot of antiques and handicrafts in the public areas. The riad is very close to the kasbah, the sea, and the best shopping street in the medina.
This is a very nice 5 star option. I stayed one night. It is centrally located, within a walking distance from train station, Hassan Tower and the Medina. The hotel has an Italian resturant and a piano bar. It will cost you 770/850 dh.
It was a quite place and areas around it had plenty of resturants and stores
The Annakhil Hotel is a comfortable 3-star hotel. In summertime it is not as overcrowded as the other hotels at the Avenue Mohammed V. Its rooms are a bit oldfashioned, but they each have a nice bath (hot shower or bathtub) and TV. The service is very friendly.
Hotel d'Alsace is a none-star, cheap hotel conveniently located at a silent backstreet very close to the city walls and main Hassan II Avenue. It's easy to get there by a car.
Surely there is no hotel parking. The street is too narrow to park there safely, so at first I parked a car on the next street right. But finally, I decided to park a car for a night (as usual in Morocco) at the nearest (Shell as I remember well) petrol/gas station at main Hassan II Avenue which cost me additional $2 paid for a night staff.
The hotel cost somewhat $10 for a room for two with a washstand. Shared toilets/restrooms and hot showers ($0.5) were as clean as the whole hotel. A small room was very, very basic - nothing fancy. But there was nice looking and full of flowers small internal courtyard. Finally, hotel d'Alsace is a good option for a low budget traveler looking for a place to hit a sack and nothing more.
In the medina there are several small hotels as Hotel Charb, behind the Andalous's city wall. They are inexpensive but there is no breakfast and usually the shower is not included. First arrived, first served. They are more or less clean... You will not always find anyone speaking French at the reception. Don't even think of English...
We spent our first night in Rabat at the Hotel de la Paix. It was bright & charming and in a great location. We checked out, intending to leave but decided over breakfast to spend one more night. We ended up at the Royal Hotel on our 2nd night which was also a very positive experience.
Excellent location! Walking distance to everything.
Being the capital, Rabat is well-equipped with hotels of most standards. However, if you come here in conjunction with one of the religious festivals, or even worse, during the summer holidays, note that hotel rooms can fill up quickly. Call ahead in advance.
Rabat has a moderate price level for most hotels, except in the old city which has hiked up prices for the often miserable quality. With just a few exceptions, the best budget hotel rooms of Rabat are found in modern, downtown Rabat.
The camping ground, just across the river, is of good quality, and offer a good alternative to most of the cheap hotels in town
I did not stay in this hotel which is right in the center, but had a beer on the roof terrace.
The picture is from the lobby.
For more details: www.safir-morocco.com/rabat.htm
We stayed in Hotel d'Orsay, very very close to the railway station. It is nice and clean, almost Moroccan style over a French colonial
original, with hot running water and private showers.
A double with bathroom was 264 Dirhams, including taxes; which I consider a good price/quality relation. No Cards are accepted, but ATM are everywhere.
Breakfast is not included, if you want to have it, they will prepare it in a nice Arab style room, otrherwise, it's easy and good to have breakfast in one of the cafeteria along the streets.
We stayed at the Rabat Hilton, which was up to the usual Hilton standards so we enjoyed our time here. Meals were buffet style with a wide selection of food, well prepared, fresh and a good mixture of cuisines.
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