Riad Dar El Kebira Rabat
This is a great product for those wishing to visit the city and stay in a typical house with the usual family warmth hospitality. (03/08 SB)
Luxury in the ancient city
Steeped in history and fringing the glistening Pacific Ocean, this coastal city, renowned as the political and administrative capital of Morocco, captivates travellers with its beautiful Colonial-style architecture and palm-lined boulevards. Still relatively untouched by tourism, the city has a laid-back vibe and a stunning Moorish-Andalusian style seen in many of the high-end hotels.
The prestigious Hotel La Tour Hassan offers the utmost in luxury with a deluxe wellness centre and a medley of gourmet restaurants and chic bars. Modern interiors perfectly blend with traditional elements at the Sofitel Rabat Jardin des Roses, a divine oasis sprawled across seven hectares of beautifully manicured gardens.
City centre stays on a budget
Budget-friendly accommodation doesn’t always mean having to stay on the outskirts of the city, evident by the many low-cost hotels placed within easy reach of Rabat’s most renowned attractions. If you’re looking for a simple yet comfortable place to rest your head of an evening, there are plenty of affordable options within the lively Rabat Medina and Hassan Quarter.
Hotel Bouregreg offers a comfortable base within easy reach of the Grand Mosque, while the Malak Hotel, Hotel Mercure Rabat Sheherazade and Rive Hotel make sightseeing a breeze with Hassan Tower and the Mausoleum of Mohammed V just a leisurely 10-minute stroll away.
Traditional Moroccan-style living
The ultimate Moroccan escape wouldn’t be complete without visiting a riad, a traditional Moorish home with a quaint interior courtyard. Nowadays you can enhance your visit to Rabat by staying in one of these beautifully-restored riad’s and experiencing first-hand the stunning architecture, authentic design elements and charming open-air gardens.
Built in 1815, Riad Kalaa offers an intimate oasis within the medina’s walls, boasting just 11 guest rooms, a fine-dining restaurant and a rooftop terrace and swimming pool. Riad Dar Alia, Dar Zen and Dar Aida also feature the striking architecture, together with modern accents and an easy walking distance from the waterfront.