We had stayed at this hotel in 2011 but had difficulty finding it in 2013 as it has become the "Sisters Hotel", under new management, but without any signs to tell you and was not known by many locals. It is difficult to find but is off the main road south of the town, near the Hotel Panorama (?) and on the minor coastal road that runs closer to the beach.
We had one of the rooms on the beach side, with its own private terrace leading directly on to the beach and with lovely views of the Atlantic Ocean. They are a bit dated in appearance but kept clean and with some heating in winter and wir-con for the summer.
There seems to be 3 separate restaurant areas - two directly overlooking the beach with huge panorama windows (one more canteen-like in appearance and used mainly for breakfasts) and another inside where they llght a log fire in the cooler winter evenings.
Breakfasts are a bit boring with just a small amount of bread, croissants and jam. The main restaurant seems to be open all the time from lunchtime through to late evening. Generally the food was very good with much more variety than in many other hotels we'd stayed in, including meat and fish dishes and with beer and a selection of reasonable wines.
Some of the staff are friendly and welcoming and speak English whilst others were a bit grumpy and speak only French and Arabic. The hotel seems to also cater for Moroccans from Rabat coming out for a seaside break (and possibly to enjoy the alcohol which is constantly available!)
This is a good choice if you are visiting Rabat and do not want to stay in a busy town or are making your way south to the sun - the coastal road is very good and fast.
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