We stayed 2 nights at Baraka.
Arrived by car which proved a bit of a problem for parking initially, but once squeezed in the very limited space in the Kasbah, was OK.
My wife has limited mobility, so uses a wheelchair with me pushing. It proved very difficult in the Kasbah and meant she could only see it from the road. Also being on a hill and across a busy road from the Medina gave us a challenge in getting out and about ... but we did although I arrived back exhausted!
The house only has two rooms so is quiet and so is not for anyone looking to spend sociable time with many others.
The garden and terraces are lovely with fantastic floral aromas and great views over the estuary. The house has an Edwardian style elegance.
We weren’t overly impressed with Rabat, although to be fair 2 nights (1.5 days) doesn't give time for much exploration. I'm glad we stayed at Baraka though as I think it was probably the most picturesque location and I certainly enjoyed wandering the narrow blue and white alleyways of the Kasbah.
We had the larger double bedroom which was very roomy with a very comfortable bed and pillows!
Baraka is run as a house rather than a hotel. It doesn't offer the level of service you would get at a hotel (or Riads we stayed in), which isn't a criticism, just an observation. Hamsa, who runs the house, did cook a nice dinner for us. Breakfasts whilst not the best we had in Morocco were quite adequate.
A pleasant stay in a comfortable and picturesque setting. You pay a premium for the exclusiveness of a two bedroomed house.
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