Mercure Le Diwan Rabat

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Place de l'Unite Africaine, Rabat, 10005, Morocco

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Le Diwan Rabat
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
28%
42
Very Good
47%
69
Average
18%
27
Poor
3%
5
Terrible
1%
2

Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 14% higher than other 4 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families95
  • Couples84
  • Solo68
  • Business70
  • Comfotable 3+ star hotel with good location

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    Stayed there for 2 1/2 weeks on a business trip to Rabat. My room was of average size with lots of closet space. The bath was average with a tub large enough for soaking but not really a spa tub. The maid service was very good. The hotel restaurant was good. I ate a lot of meals at the bar. They only has club sandwiches and cheeseburgers but both were very good. It is near the Menorah Jewish restaurant and a good Italian place that is right next door to Menorah. Both are only 2-3 minutes walk away. The desk staff and wait staff are all very friendly. The TV is the weak point for English speakers. They have Fox movie channel and a local station with English programs but aside from usual news channels that is it.

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Forum Posts

Cost of living in Rabat...

by Markusss

Hello everybody, I have a specific question about the cost of living in Rabat, well, actually two questions (but might have a few more in some weeks:P): Is it possible to live properly in Rabat with 3,100 US$ per month? That would be (more or less) 24,922 or 25,000 Dirhams.
My second question is about renting a flat in Rabat (Agdal or Souissi). What can I find if I'm expecting to pay about 800 to 950 USD per month? Can anybody help?
Thank you guys!

Re: Cost of living in Rabat...

by angiebabe

so after paying 800-900 USD rent you will have $2,300 still left over - proportionately you have an enormous amount of money!

Many MOroccans in towns and country areas only earn $10 usd a day - youre certainly coming with a step up! Id suggest renting a car whenever you can - but of course you could buy one - the bank would probably give you a loan if you wanted one, you could even get a deposit together and buy a property....! though in one of the more economical areas of Rabat

and with car and the money you have drive around out to see the areas outside of Rabat as much as possible.

Once your accommodation and maybe electricity costs are paid, these will be the highest costs - not sure of the costs to rent in the areas you are asking though, the cost of food and fuel for car is still cheaper in Rabat than what we fork out for.
consider that one good coffee is $1 USD and most places out of Rabat only half that....

Travel Tips for Rabat

Spices, Nuts and Dried Fruits

by keeweechic

Throughout the street markets you will find containers of wonderful fragrant spices including coriander, cumin, tumeric, ginger, saffron and paprika. Moroccan dishes are made up of most of the ingredients. A lot of the spices are imported into Morocco.

Visit the Kasbah des Oudaias

by brewjohnson

My trip to Rabat was one of the most unbelievable experiences of my life. We were lucky enough to meet a traditional Moroccan family who graciously took us into their home and looked after us during our several days in Rabat. We had just had a miserable experience dealing with the hustlers and swindlers in Tangiers, but the Errougi family showed us what real Moroccan people are like, and becuase of them, my trip to Morocco and Rabat will always be very special to me.

Stacks of Flat Breads

by keeweechic

Moroccans make some wonderful bread such as Baghirir (similar to focaccia), Msemmen (thin and crusty), Hersha (crusty and heavy), and Matlouh (chickpea). Every meal is usually accompanied by bread and is used to mop up food.

Mauseleum of MOHAMMED V

by LysDor

This place is a masterpiece of traditional moroccan art and built between 1962 and 1965.
Everything here is luxury. Closer examination reveals it a work of art, the wall made in brilliant polished marble covered with intricate design work. When entering, one passes through portals guarded by traditionally garbed soldiers..

Tied woman for sale !

by JLBG

If you enlarge the picture, you will see that the girl has its price stuck on her forehead and that she is tied up to the wall by the neck !
The forehead is of course the easiest place to stick a label with the price, and, tied up like that, it is sure that she will not escape.

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 Mercure Le Diwan Rabat

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Address: Place de l'Unite Africaine, Rabat, 10005, Morocco