We stayed in this riad for 2 nights. Our room was beautiful - very spacious and we felt like we were Moroccan royalty! The room was expensive but as it is in the capital city not really surprising. The staff were friendly but not as personable or attentive as the staff on other riads we stayed in during our tour of Morocco. The main issue we had was the price and quality of the food. We had dinner the first night we arrived and the portions were tiny and we left still feeling hungry. They also didn't have the dessert we wanted and instead gave us the yoghurt used for breakfast with no reduction in the price, so felt the 280 dirhams per person completely unjustified. The breakfasts are ok, no variety - it was basically just bread and lukewarm coffee.
The riad itself is ok, the room amazing but the food and impersonable staff left us feeling shortchanged.
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- Riad Dar El Kebira is fully reinvented to receive guests in search of tranquillity and well-being in the purest Moroccan tradition. Every detail is designed to create a living space expressing luxury and refinement. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Riad Dar El Kebira Hotel Rabat
- Dar El Kebira Rabat