Mercure Rabat Sheherazade

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

21 Rue de Tunis, Quartier Hassan, Rabat, 10000, Morocco
Mercure Rabat Sheherazade
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 45% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families73
  • Couples73
  • Solo68
  • Business65

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Créche / Nursery in Rabat for our baby - Can anyone help?

by juliagg

Hi, I am moving to Rabat due to a job offer my partner and I have had and wondering if anyone knows of a good Créche / Nursery for our 15 month old girl in the Agdal or Hassan area?

If anyone can help with a name or at least a rough idea of what it can cost monthly I woudl greatly appreciate it.

Thanks
J

Re: Créche / Nursery in Rabat for our baby - Can anyone help?

by adam2010

Hello
Monthly it could something like 1,600 to 2,000 Moroccan Dirhams per month (about 142 to 178 euros).

Her are some creches in Rabat:

Crèche des Orangers
4, rue Ibn Saïd Al Maghribi, les Orangers
RABAT

Phone: + 212 5 37 20 40 42
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Garderie Montessori
10, avenue Moulay Hassan
RABAT

Phone + 212 05 37 20 74 39
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Just type www.telecontact.ma
then choose crêche" as an activity and Rabat and city and here you are !!

Adam.
Casablanca
Morocco
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Re: Créche / Nursery in Rabat for our baby - Can anyone help?

by juliagg

Dear Adam, thanks so much for replying, the info is extremely useful.

It is comforting to hear the prices, it´s pretty impossible these days to send your child to a creche here in Spain, prices are ridiculously high, around double than what you are saying. For me it´s vital cause I want to work or at least have some social life while we are there!! Add to the fact my child loves being with other children and it´s vital for her growing up.

Thanks once again for the info, much appreciated.

Julia

Travel Tips for Rabat

Plateforme du Semaphore

by kit_mc

At the far end of the Kasbah - just follow the main street to its eventual end - is the Plateforme du Semaphore, a large viewing area with a vista across the bay to Sale. This space seemed popular with courting couples, maybe down here to take advantage of the views and perhaps enjoy a romantic sunset.

The bay itself isn't one of the most dramatic spots of scenery that I've seen, but on a sunny day it would be a nice spot to hang out for a while to work out your next spot on the tourist trail. And the views are free...

Maybe not on a rainy late afternoon in November though, as you can tell in the pic!

Rabat. Platform view

by Bixente

The platform view at the very northern end of the Kasbah des Oudaïas is a popular destination for locals and visitors out on a stroll. After passing through the nice streets of the kasbah you end up in a place where you have the view over the Atlantic Ocean, the town beach, the harbour, the river and the neighbour town of Sale.

Casbah des Oudayas

by LysDor

The entrance is through a monumental gate built in 1195..

There is also the Rabat Museum of Moroccan Art, also known as the Museum of the Oudaia. In the three rooms which are open to the public may be seen a reconstitution of a traditional Moroccan home, and various arts and crafts collections, including jewellery, carpets, costumes, musical instruments, as well as priceless copies of the Koran and other manuscripts.

Photography

by keeweechic

In most places you will be able to take photos fairly freely however you are not allowed to take photos of official or military buildings in details – this will raise suspicion. Always best to ask if you are not sure.

Rue des Consuls

by JLBG

Near the end of Souika Street, you will find on your right the Consuls's street, with higher houses and an iron ceiling high over the shops.
The style of the shops is different and though locals come here to buy clothes or artifacts, this is the part that most tourists visit.
If, instead of turning right to walk into the rue des Consuls, you walk ahead, you will arrive in a very different place. Before, you get there, look at my ''out of the beaten path'' tip for warning.

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Address: 21 Rue de Tunis, Quartier Hassan, Rabat, 10000, Morocco