0.48km from Ryad MosqueGood location, good service, atmosphere, grades, Chinese people live, good in all aspects, facilities are also very new, the price is a bit expensive, I hope more favorable, staying experience will be better
1.89km from Ryad MosqueThe hotel is relatively quiet, a 20-minute taxi ride from Rabat train station, beautiful surroundings, beautiful gardens, and unique interior decoration. It is a French family garden remodeled hotel left over from the French colonial period. Very suitable for the whole family to play together, breakfast is good.
3.96km from Ryad MosqueWhen you stay at this vacation home in Rabat, you'll be next to a golf course, within a 10-minute drive of Royal Palace and Hassan Tower. This golf vacation home is 1.7 mi (2.8 km) from Jardin d'Essais Botaniques and 1.9 mi (3.1 km) from Bibliothèque Nationale du Royaume du Maroc.Enjoy recreation amenities such as an outdoor tennis court or take in the view from a garden.Make yourself comfortable in this vacation home, which has a kitchen. Cable programming and a DVD player are provided for your entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Conveniences include a refrigerator and a washer/dryer.
4.03km from Ryad MosqueThe Flower Town Hôtel & Spa is one of the newest hotels in Rabat, having opened in 2020. Boasting a convenient location, the hotel is just 2km from Rabat Agdal Railway Station and 16km from Rabat–Salé Airport. Keeping busy is easy, with Thai Sabai, Traditional Thai Massage and Itry Beaute all nearby. After a long day of sightseeing, guests can retire to the comfort of the hotel. Airport pickup can be arranged by the hotel upon request. This Rabat hotel features parking on site.
4.26km from Ryad MosqueBreakfast is ok, standard western-style buffet, but Chinese people may not be used to eating too much. The room is small, but the facilities are quite complete. There is no electric kettle. The location is very good, next to the train station, and convenient to other places. There is a small parking lot.
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4.26km from Ryad MosqueThe villa is located about four miles south of Rabat centre on the broad, impressive Avenue Mohammed VI, but set back from the noisy traffic on its own service road. The traditional Moroccan décor - impressive doors, pillars, marble floors, carpets and heavy furnishings - is gloomy in April (lots of steps, so beware!) but must be delightfully welcoming in high summer. There are just six rooms, three downstairs and three up. Ours was quite spacious, with a comfortable double bed, perfectly adequate ensuite and a charming balcony with lemon blossom and lemons within touching distance. The restaurant has a limited menu, but the food is delicious. A word of advice, though; alcohol is very expensive (eg. MAD180 for a half-bottle of white wine). The staff are friendly, helpful and welcoming. The garden is lovely, with a decent-sized pool and adjoining children's pool. The nearby storks are a constant source of interest as they fly to and from their incredible nests. The villa is quite far from central Rabat; There is a bus-stop opposite, but we used the blue 'petits taxis' which are so convenient and cheap - about MAD 30 (£2.50) to the centre - and you get to experience the thrill of Moroccan driving! One negative, which disappointed my wife in particular; The villa's haman or Turkish bath is currently closed for renovation.
4.32km from Ryad MosqueThe Gardenia Boutique Hotel is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. Visitors to Rabat will find that the Gardenia Boutique Hotel is a fantastic accommodation choice. Boasting a convenient location, the hotel is just 1km from Rabat Agdal Railway Station and 11km from Rabat–Salé Airport. Guests will find Le Wai Spa, Electric Dreams and Chamnan Thai just a short distance from the hotel. In their spare time, guests can explore the hotel's surroundings.
4.32km from Ryad MosqueThe service is good and welcoming, and the breakfast included is okay. The surrounding area is well developed and convenient, and it is convenient to eat and drink. However, the bathroom will not have hot water if it is used. If you mind, you may need to pay attention. Other feelings are okay. Visitors should note that the hotel does not have toothbrushes, toothpaste and slippers, this should be brought with you.
4.35km from Ryad MosqueThe hotel location is right on the sidewalk. Upon arrival, they charged my wife and I two separate rooms instead of a double room at 140.00 US Dollars per night. Too expensive for the quality of the hotel. The hotel overall is dark inside. There is no complementary water in the room, forcing you upon arrival to buy a small bottle of water for 4.00 US Dollars. The room location prevented us from open the only window available because right in front of our window was what appeared to be an office building. The AC control in the room did not work. It appears that the hotel controls it. We asked for advice on transportation and Uber. We were told by the front desk that there was no Uber. He arranged for us a white taxi (which is a taxi that is shared - meaning that even if you are inside, the taxi will pickup other pax) and for a private round trip to a restaurant at the marina (7.8 km from the hotel) we were charged 250 MAD (Dirham) which is approximately 26.00 US Dollars. Note, the blue taxis are private taxis. Next day we asked the front desk for a one-way taxi to the marina, again 7.8 km from the hotel. The same individual at the front desk from previous day (who tried to charge us for 2 rooms, got us with the 26.00 US Dollars taxi, and who said that there was no Uber), told us that a one-way would be 125 MAD or 13.00 US Dollars. I totally refused to pay 125 MAD. He then said that the taxi can only go down to 100 MAD or approx 10.00 US Dollars. I was a bit irritated with this individual. Suddenly, he suggested for us to call Uber, really? he did. I immediately contacted Careem/Uber for which we had a great driver who charges us 50 MAD or approx 5.00 US Dollars each way. So, what we paid for with 10.00 US Dollars, the previous day we were over charged 16.00 US Dollars thanks to the recommendation of the hotel front desk. There is no doubt this front desk individuals is running a scam with the taxi drivers. In another occasion, I needed change for 100 MAD. I asked the front desk and their petty cash was 50 MAD. I went to the so called "Bar" in the hotel and they also had 50 MAD as petty cash - allegedly. The Hotel does not have any outdoor areas. It is very claustrophobic and very expensive for the services, amenities, and space. The food sucks and is very expensive. I ordered a pizza margarita and it is advertise "pizza with cheese, tomatoes sauce, and oregano." Unless, there is white tomatoes sauce I don't know about, then I would say that there was no tomatoes sauce (key ingredient) in the pizza. We do not recommend this hotel not even to our enemies. This hotel is a shame to the good people of Morocco as it does not take care of its customers.
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4.35km from Ryad MosqueThe hotel is located in the city center, the hotel rooms are a bit old, maintenance is OK, the surroundings of the hotel are more convenient to play, the hotel breakfast is better than expected, and the variety is richer.
4.72km from Ryad MosqueThe First Suites Hotel is a great choice for guests looking for accommodation in Rabat, having been recently opened in 2019. The hotel is only 2km from Rabat Agdal Railway Station and 15km from Rabat–Salé Airport, giving guests a number of convenient transportation options. Famous local attractions Electric Dreams, Traditional Thai Massage and Chamnan Thai, can all be reached with a short walk. When guests have some time on their hands they can make use of the onsite facilities.
4.89km from Ryad MosqueWith a stay at this aparthotel in Rabat (Agdal), you'll be minutes from Jardin d'Essais Botaniques and Bibliothèque Nationale du Royaume du Maroc. This aparthotel is within close proximity of Royal Palace and Goethe Institute.Free self parking is available onsite.Make yourself comfortable in your apartment. Conveniences include a safe and an iron/ironing board, and housekeeping is provided on request.
Hotels Near Ryad Mosque In Rabat Review
The hotel is relatively quiet, a 20-minute taxi ride from Rabat train station, beautiful surroundings, beautiful gardens, and unique interior decoration. It is a French family garden remodeled hotel left over from the French colonial period. Very suitable for the whole family to play together, breakfast is good.
The hotel is situated in a good place that has everything you need (All kind of restaurants, Coffee, Carrefour Market, stores for shopping...) The hotel has a parking which is very useful. The hotel has a simple breakfast with what you need (special Moroccan bread; eggs; coffee; cheese; fruit) The room is clean, however, the lining in the floor had many stains in it which made uncomfortable to stay feet naked The bed is very comfortable with many pillows. The TV is good but doesn't have HDMI port The bathroom is good. The stay was good and the staff were very nice.
Riad Kalaa was our first hotel stay (1 night) on a multi-city trip to Morocco. It was an interesting walk and journey to the the Riad through the narrow alleyways (keep your eyes peeled for all sorts of things that you can step in accidentally :-) ). Guests are were welcomed with a glass of wonderful Moroccan mint tea and a wine list. The hostess was very warm and welcoming. The hotel itself is lovely and cosy (ish) with nice and clean rooms/bathrooms. The Riad is built around a central courtyard like traditional Riads. The rooms downstairs open out straight into the courtyard / restaurant. We enjoyed the Riad for what it was (boutique, authentic hotel), however, it could do with some more modern levels of comfort (which unfortunately would make the hotel less authentic). Our party was made up of 6 adults and 1 child
Good location, good service, atmosphere, grades, Chinese people live, good in all aspects, facilities are also very new, the price is a bit expensive, I hope more favorable, staying experience will be better
This is a suitable room size for one person. The room is clean, with air conditioning and heating system inside, so I stay warm even at night.
I ordered the coffee shop ligament on the first floor and sent it to the room. . Coffee is cheap and delicious. They seem to be selling other food. The time is wrong, I can't eat
Breakfast comes with fresh juice, traditional coffee bread and omelette, so it is very reliable. Omelet is like an option, but it's free
Hot water also flows out well. It is convenient because there are many small supermarkets, large supermarkets, coffee shops, chicken restaurants and restaurants nearby. Not far from the railway station. The beach is also very close. It is said that the new hotel building next door will open in 2021, so if you are staying on the 21st floor, please check.
All the staff are very friendly.
I booked this hotel with reference to the evaluation made by a netizen below and stayed for 2 nights. I think the size of the room is right. I can live alone, and I can live alone. The room, the table and chairs in this hotel. Home supermarkets, cafes and restaurants.
The waiter was also very enthusiastic, and the trip was very comfortable.
I visited Rabat for a few days on business. I was booked into the Rive Hotel, as many of the other hotels were full. The Hotel is in a back street, which means there is little or no road noise. But, while it looks modern and imposing on the outside, it was dingy on the inside with limited services - not up to the standard you'd expect from a four star hotel in a modern city. My room at the back of the hotel was dull, gloomy and lacking any view (apart from the bars on the window). There was no bottled water, no drink-making equipment, and no mini bar. The free wifi kept dropping out, which made it useless for streaming music or internet phone calls. Food options in the hotel were limited, too. That said, the staff were polite, and my room was clean; and it's an easy walk to the Hassan Tower, which is well worth a visit.
It is a very unique place to stay located atop the ramparts of the Kasbah of the Udayas, Rabat. There you will find amazing views, and wonderful neighborly residents. Very laid back. The manager Mohssin answered our every wish to insure our stay was great! He helped us many times including a ride to the airport at 2:30 am when our cab became unavailable, and had breakfast ready before departure, way above and beyond our expectations. The services provided by the hotel staff (Naima) is excellent, tea and breakfast warmly prepared and personally presented, anything you may need; a walking tour with Hicham ( I recommend), food prepared for your party, carrying luggage to and from your taxi, beaches with a place to surf... It was our first time in Morocco and the warm welcome and comfort here made us feel content and well at home immediately. Comfy beds and large soft towels a definite plus after 14 days touring in Europe long naps were in order. I would more than highly recommend Dar Korsan as a home away from home. We loved it and are planning on staying there again. Shukraan jazilaan (thank you) Mohssin and see you all soon!
The location is very good to find near the museum, the hotel staff are also very nice and friendly, the breakfast is good, the staff is very friendly and will communicate with us to learn Chinese, the people they meet on the trip are kind and people Feel warm.
I'm a Peace Corps Volunteer in Morocco, and we have recently stayed at Hotel Oscar for several different trainings in Rabat. The hotel is redone nicely, and the place has a cozy, intimate feel. The staff, and especially the manager, goes out of their way to make guests feel welcome and special, going as far as to present my friend and I with Moroccan gifts at the end of our stay. The breakfast and lunch food is excellent, and the hotel has both a cafe and a small restaurant to cater to guests. Hotel Oscar is located a quick taxi ride away from many of the best places to spend time in Rabat, and the taxis are easy to catch from the road next to the hotel. I will definitely be returning to Hotel Oscar, even for non-Peace Corps related stays, and will look forward to the hospitality of its staff.
It is a very good family hotel, the boss should be French, and the French and British people are mostly. The overall design mixes Moroccan and French styles and is very good. Although the location is in the old town, it is not far from the small square outside the spice market. Get off at the small square and cross the alleys of the spice market. You can walk in about 5 minutes. Facilities, services, and sanitation are very good. European guests are well dressed, so if you dress properly, you will be more respected, it is best not to wear jackets and sports pants.
The hotel is very clean, there are many restaurants nearby, the breakfast is very good, the waiter is very warm, there is no legendary Chinese phenomenon, it is a bit noisy at night.
Ideally located - in the old medina but just far enough away from the hussle of the busier streets. Smart furnishings, pleasant roof terrace, excellent wi-fi, comfortable bed and a good breakfast of bread, pastries, honey, jam and fruit. I'd be happy to stay here again.
The hotel has a parking lot and the location is average. If you are not eating in the hotel, it is not convenient to eat out. There are not many good choices within walking distance. Hotel service attitude is pretty good
I stayed 5 days and 4 nights at Villa Diyafa with my fiancé. It was just amazing, the food was great and not really expensive, the chef is great and present nice menus. The rooms are really comfortable, and spacious. The personnel is really gentle and at your every needs. The director is also really engaged in the well being of his guests, we had a question, and we were able to walk in his office and he welcomed us and helped us immediately. The hotel is in the embassy neighborhood, which is really calm and beautiful. I definitely recommend this hotel ! I already did it to all my colleagues ! Thanks again for this amazing stay and see you in 2020 :)
The fried chicken in the room is good, it is the place in the old town, it’s terrible to be stared at by everyone...
The villa is located about four miles south of Rabat centre on the broad, impressive Avenue Mohammed VI, but set back from the noisy traffic on its own service road. The traditional Moroccan décor - impressive doors, pillars, marble floors, carpets and heavy furnishings - is gloomy in April (lots of steps, so beware!) but must be delightfully welcoming in high summer. There are just six rooms, three downstairs and three up. Ours was quite spacious, with a comfortable double bed, perfectly adequate ensuite and a charming balcony with lemon blossom and lemons within touching distance. The restaurant has a limited menu, but the food is delicious. A word of advice, though; alcohol is very expensive (eg. MAD180 for a half-bottle of white wine). The staff are friendly, helpful and welcoming. The garden is lovely, with a decent-sized pool and adjoining children's pool. The nearby storks are a constant source of interest as they fly to and from their incredible nests. The villa is quite far from central Rabat; There is a bus-stop opposite, but we used the blue 'petits taxis' which are so convenient and cheap - about MAD 30 (£2.50) to the centre - and you get to experience the thrill of Moroccan driving! One negative, which disappointed my wife in particular; The villa's haman or Turkish bath is currently closed for renovation.
The price is not high, the breakfast is very simple, there is no choice, there is a parking space
Very nicely decorated and appreciated the bottled water given to us daily. Room was quiet and beds were comfortable. I don't think the heating/air con was working but this wasn't a problem. The hotel is well located as it's in the medina and it's very quiet at night. We were offered an upgrade to a bigger room but this was a queen bed and we wanted a twin room. Breakfast was delicious with various breads and condiments/jams and fresh orange juice (as well as other things) We didn't use the hammam but had a look at it. It looks small but quite decently priced.
1. Travel preparations
The evening before I had booked via the Ctrip APP and got the room confirmation. I drove to the hotel the next day but couldn't find the proof of reservation. We were physically and mentally exhausted after 6 hours of long-distance bus travel and continued to wait for the hotel to check the place for more than an hour. I was told that the reason the hotel didn't have a record was that Ctrip local agents had not booked a room with the hotel before. I was very disappointed with Ctrip Dienst, which has nothing to do with the hotel.
2. Hotel rating
Location: The location is in the old town of Medina. The market is a few minutes walk from the hotel. It is very convenient. The main attractions of Rabat are also within walking distance or a maximum of 5-10 minutes by car, however the hotel itself may not be easy to find (usually there is a widespread problem that the old building in riad has been rebuilt because they are all hidden in private houses), it is recommended that the driver (if any) take the same to the hotel, or ask the hotel staff to come out for a pickup, this is safest
Surroundings: You can see that the hotel owner has put a lot of effort into combining the classic and modern elements of Morocco when designing the floor plan. He particularly likes the atrium, which lets in sunlight. The rooftop relaxation rooms and pool are also worth spending half a day sipping a cup of mint tea and enjoying the scenery. the place ,
Service: The staff are friendly and efficient and actively respond to requirements. Whether we want to carry luggage, book a car or just have a cup of mint tea, we are very satisfied with the service
Facilities: This time it's the most unsatisfied part of my stay. It is most apt to refer to it as "fancy". The room was originally equipped with a tablet computer to intelligently control the room's lighting, air conditioning, etc. The bespoke software is only in French and it is not easy to use. and the function is also problematic (you cannot adjust the temperature of the air conditioner), which can be operated in a very simple way, but has to be dealt with in a complicated way
There is no splash-proof design in the bathroom. After showering the entire bathroom was very wet and the entire wall was covered with traces of mold. The hotel ignored the details. The lights on the wall were at an angle and the TV set was also placed at an angle. i don't know why it came out
In general, I don't know whether the people who gave high scores have eye problems or a higher level of acceptance than I. The service and the location of the hotel are overall full marks, but I think the room furnishings are absolutely unqualified and the price / performance ratio is absolutely unqualified extremely low.
We did a five day tour honeymoon tour at stayed at Riad Zyo for one night. The room was beautiful and authentic, very comfortable and modern infused with the beautiful Moroccan culture. Our reception was so warm and friendly. This hotel felt like home away from home because of how lovely the hotel staff are. Mr Ali was so kind and hospitable during our breakfast and the breakfast was just lovely. We came back again and stayed another day at the end of our trip because we enjoyed it so much and again, we were not disappointed. Thank you Mr Ali for the little honeymoon souvenirs. I would highly recommend this hotel. Clean, comfortable, spacious and beautiful. The small pool at the reception was my favourite! Strongly recommend to anyone looking for a warm and intimate stay!
Parking is available on the road in front of the hotel, which is more convenient, 2 euros per day
Breakfast is not bad
The rooms are clean and the location of the hotel is good, very close to Hassan Tower, 10 minutes walk, and within 3 kilometers of other attractions
Can bring a child, no extra bed
The hotel also has breakfast, you can solve it at the hotel when you have nowhere to go
What an incredible disappointment this riad was. We were given the "jacuzzi" room. It is featured in many photos. The headboard of the bed is the only thing between the bed and the toilet. On either side of the bed they have green ropes dangling. Step through the ropes and you're in the bathroom. If you enjoy listening to your partner urinate/defecate, I suppose you'll enjoy this room. If not, then you're like us. It gets worse. After seeing our room, we asked for a different room, with an actual door to the bathroom. The only one they could provide was 20 feet long and roughly 8 feet wide, with the bed in an upstairs loft. There were very thin, steep steps leading up to the loft, with no railing. The bed in the loft looked like it was made for a child. We did not take that room. We spent the night in the jacuzzi room. And what a night it was. The jacuzzi room is at the front of the house. And the alleyways below are cobblestone. So you hear everything from yelling people to motorbikes, at all hours. I got up to get some water in the middle of the night - since I wasn't sleeping from all the noise - and almost tripped down the jacuzzi steps. Had I, it certainly would have meant a trip to hospital as the jacuzzi is almost 4 feet deep and tiled with sharp corners. You have to see it to believe it. And they consider this a "premium" room. The next day we are told we can move into a different room on the bottom floor of the house. But it will cost 400 dirham more per night! We take the room because we need privacy in the bathroom, quiet, and less fear of bodily injury should we get out of bed in the night. We spent the entire day out touring the medina, had dinner and were ready for bed at 9:30pm after a very full day. Both of us were very tired. But the people who run this riad don't want you to sleep. At least that's how it seems. They are either cruel or clueless, because they sit out in the center courtyard of the riad talking and laughing among themselves until 10:30pm. This is a large house (not a traditional hotel), made of stone and tile and cement. The acoustics are tremendous for a concert hall, not a place where people sleep. Every sound is amplified and carries. And they must know that. But it gets worse. At 10:30pm, the staff finally stops their loud talking. And I finally feel like I can sleep. Then...the clinking of dishes and scraping of chairs begins. This goes on for 10 minutes, in the courtyard, which is literally 10 feet from my head. So I get up and go out there to find a man with earphones listening to music, setting up the tables in the courtyard for tomorrow's breakfast. I ask him to please stop as we are trying to sleep. He does. Again, I get back in bed, allow the adrenaline to abate, and feel ready for sleep. Then I hear the talking. A man's voice this time. Very loud. I wait for it to stop. 2 minutes, 5 minutes, 10 minutes. It doesn't stop. My head is about to explode in anger and frus
Very close to the train station and can be reached on foot. The front desk service attitude is still very good. We didn't have a lift for the 3 nights we stayed. We didn't fix it. The waiter certainly helped to get the box. The room is small but still clean and comfortable.
The hotel is located in the city center, the hotel rooms are a bit old, maintenance is OK, the surroundings of the hotel are more convenient to play, the hotel breakfast is better than expected, and the variety is richer.
The hotel was absolutely amazing. Great service, very friendly and helpful staff. Excellent location. I would definitely recommend staying and would come back without a second thought. Thank you for a wonderful stay!
Nice clean with friendly stuff appreciate my stay.
After 18 hours flight from HK to Rabat, we arrived at this hotel. The hotel interiors are good and comfortable but my room is a bit out of maintenance. The toilet looks dilapidated. But, the towels were clean. The carpet is old. We could smell odd. The aircon control is not functioning well. The bed reading lamps are not working. Inside the room, the light is dim and the corridor lights are automatically on/off depending on subject movements. So, when you sitting in the sofa, the corridor light is out and the room is a bit dark. You cannot control it. It does not make sense to have such set-up inside the room! Luckily, the dinner foods were delicious. We ordered the lamb and fish as main dish, which were well cooked. Breads matched with my taste and I loved eating them.
Breakfast is ok, standard western-style buffet, but Chinese people may not be used to eating too much. The room is small, but the facilities are quite complete. There is no electric kettle. The location is very good, next to the train station, and convenient to other places. There is a small parking lot.
A 15-minute walk from the train station, the Medina and Udaya Fort are also within walking distance. The hotel belongs to the business hotel, there are some, the room size is moderate, the bed comfort is OK. The two girls I met at the front desk were very good, with a good attitude, smiling, and told me to go to the small shop next to buy water is cheaper than the hotel. Breakfast costs 75 dirhams, no food, eaten in the cafe next door, 35 packages are great. The only dissatisfaction of the hotel is the bathroom shower, the shower is placed very high, the angle can not be adjusted, it is inconvenient for girls, and the ground is white porcelain, the water is not smooth, it is very easy to slip a little, it is very safe. Hidden dangers.
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