If you're coming to Rabat for tourism, this hotel has a great location very close to the Hassan Tower and Mohamed V Mausoleum and Chellah ruins. Not too much on the street by way of shops, however. We arrived late at night and the reception was wonderful and friendly in dealing with a very large crowd. Unfortunately, one of the rooms smelled quite bad upon entering, but after airing out it was fine. I would not recommend staying here for romance or with someone you don't know very well as the bathroom door was very thin with slots in it so definitely not noise-proof in the slightest. Beds were comfortable but set up in that very European fashion of 2 twin beds side-by-side even though you may be here on business. Shower was quite nice. As for breakfast, it provided a good variety of choices with yogurts, Moroccan crepes, croissants, fruit, coffee, juice, water, etc. Restaurant also had a nice courtyard to eat in. Breakfast staff were nice enough. Haven't stayed at many other hotels in Rabat, so not sure how it stacks up. I'd say it was not quite as nice as some of the other hotels I'd stayed at in the Mercure/Ibis chain but perhaps worth it for the location, friendly reception.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Situated in the heart of Rabat, the capital of Morocco in the residential quarter of Hassan only 5 min from the main historic monuments, business centre & 15 min from the royal golf course and the airport. Restaurant, terrace and parking facilities. Diners Club card not accepted. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Mercure Rabat Sheherazade Hotel Rabat
- Accor Rabat Sheherazade