Sofitel Rabat Jardin des Rose

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

PO Box 450, Souissi, (formerly Hilton Rabat), Rabat, 10000, Morocco

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Sofitel Rabat Jardin des Roses
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    Hilton Rabat Closed


    The Hilton was an excellent hotel. The staff were very friendly and the rooms very nice. I was informed that it would be closed as of January 1, 2009, and would be renovated, and open up as a Novotel. This should be by the end of 2009.

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    Great Executive Floor Perks


    I just returned from 6 nights at the Rabat Hilton. I recommend this hotel with a couple of caviats. If you are a Hilton Honors member and stay on points, it's a great deal. The service was good and if you are a Gold Honors member, you will have executive floor privleges. These include a breakfast buffet every morning and an open bar lounge every evening for several hours. The evening lounge also includes food, so it can add up to a tidy savings as well as provide a high quality and variety of food and drink.

    You can check the Hilton website for prices - they do have specials from time to time. Normal pricing will run a little over 200USD/night. The rooms are large, clean and have a balcony. There is a bank that opens in the morning and afternoon for several hours right in the hotel to exchange currency. Their rates are very competitive and they do not charge a service fee.

    The negatives are that it is pretty pricy for a vacation. Additionally, the location is not very convenient to the major attractions. However, there are plenty of blue taxis that will take you anywhere in Rabat for next to nothing. There are irons and ironing boards in the rooms on the executive level but not on the standard floors. When our friends asked to have an iron delivered to their room, they were told that irons were not available in the hotel and that there was a pressing service (expensive) for clothes. So we let them borrow our iron. I found this hotel response perculiar, but did not question it.

    The cleanliness of everything was remarkable and the staff do a great job keeping everything up to a high standard considering that this is a third world country.

    Unique Quality: The hotel has very nice pool area with good accommodations for changing clothes, heated shower water at pool-side, plenty of lounge chairs and a well maintained pool temperature. The location is adjacent to a large park that is virtually a forest of Eucalyptus trees and a relatively well maintained jogging, running path. There are three shaded paths to chose from with the longest being 2.8KM.

    On the hotel grounds is a very well maintained garden area for strolling and relaxing. There is also a golf driving range that looked to be in good condition. There are several shops and restaurants within the hotel. It is also the location for many conferences, summits and government seminars.

    Directions: Near the Royal Palace

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    Too North American... but that was a treat


    I was with a school group from Switzerland, on our Christmas tour, and this was our first night's accomodation after a long, overnight trip on the CF Agadir from Sete France. We were very happy to have some of the luxuries from home. It probably wouldn't have been my first choice of a hotel... just a little too much of North America, and too little Moroccan flavour. However, once in a while, a taste of home goes down a treat!
    I was here in 1975 so, I've no idea of what the hotel is like now. I'm also quite sure that what I remember is clouded by time, and romanticism. I do recall nice big clean room with a big bathroom and a decent meal in the dining room.
    A lot of flight attendants stayed at the hotel, as I recall.

    Unique Quality: Nothing more than this was very much a hotel from North America.
    As it was all paid for by the tour costs, I have no idea about prices. I would imagine that it wasn't cheap... but not sure what the prices were like to compare.

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The Rabat Hilton

by colin_bramso

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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accomodation in fez and Marrakesh

by johntirrell

I'd like to find modest accommodation in a really good location in these cities. Can you help? thanks john

Re: accomodation in fez and Marrakesh

by ElDesierto

Marrakesh: Riad Al Karama. 119, Derb Jdid, Quartier Dabachi, 40000 Marrakesh. Difficult to find the first time around, but worth the effort. Close to the medina and Jema el Fna. You will have to get a good map of Marrakesh or pay someone to help you find it. You can read reviews and book the riad at

Fes: I've been staying in Bab Boujloud hotels since 1978 and have also tried some of the riads in the heart of the medina. For comfort, security and economy I now prefer to stay at the Ibis Hotel-Fes (Hotel ibis Moussafir Fes, Avenue des Almohades Place de la Gare, 30000 - FES, MOROCCO. Tel.(+212)535/651902. Fax. : (+212)535/651909), next to the train station. The link is: and specifically:
If you book 3-weeks in advance, you will receive a discounted rate. A petit taxi to Bab Boujloud will cost you 9 dirham.

Good luck,

Re: accomodation in fez and Marrakesh

by windcity

It depends what you mean by modest, The Ibis although secure and generally in good locations are a bit soul-less, yes they have a pool and a bar, but often they are near train stations and can be noisy. room rates are around 500Dh, You can get much better for less, check out other VT'ers accomodation pages.

Re: accomodation in fez and Marrakesh

by angiebabe

In case you do spend some time outside Fez and visit the sites of Moulay Idriss and Volubilis then I would suggest looking at staying at - in my Moulay Idriss and Meknes pages - a nicer alternative to staying in Meknes and Fes and very low price.

Re: accomodation in fez and Marrakesh

by Brigida50

We stayed at the Hotel Hilton Rabat this April. After a time period of investigation on the internet, we selected lastly to stay at this hotel for 5 days in Rabat. We honestly cannot say enough nice words on this resort! They.


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 Sofitel Rabat Jardin des Rose

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Address: PO Box 450, Souissi, (formerly Hilton Rabat), Rabat, 10000, Morocco