Our family of 4 stayed here for 1 night during our tour of Morocco. We tried booking at the sister Riad, Riad Alia, but that was fully booked so we got 2 rooms here for the night. We had already stayed in a number of different places in Morocco already and this place was average. The location wasn't the greatest as it wasn't really convenient to get anywhere and the Riad was at the end of a dark street. We had a car and had to walk quite a distance from where we left the car to the Riad, although we did have assistance with our luggage. The rooms were smallish and average. The bathrooms, although recently renovated, were dark and the shower in one of the rooms completely clogged and the water wouldn't drain. We arranged for dinner with the Riad and we were taken to Riad Alia for our dinner. The dinner was amazing and well worth the price! Overall, an average experience.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Riad dar Aida is a guesthouse inside the old medina of Rabat, near The Atlantic Ocean. We propose you to stay in one of our 7 rooms (with private shower-room), around a traditional "patio". We can offer you a restoration service and will inform you about the historical "medina" and the Kasbah of the "Oudayas" or the roman ruins of the "Chellah". ... more less
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