Hotels in Rabat
Budget hotels in RabatSee all
Rabat 1.9 mi from city centre
From Salé airport: go to Avenue de laviation and turn right to Avenue Hassan II. At the roundabout take the second exit...
Rabat 4.2 mi from city centre
The Riad Marlinea is located in the coastal town of Salé, within the medina and close to the old markets and beaches. It...
Rabat 3.2 mi from city centre
The hotel is located in the centre of Rabat, opposite the rampart which encloses the old Medina, offering panoramic views...
Ibis Rabat Agdal
Rabat 1,535 yd from city centre
The Hotel Ibis Moussafir Rabat is located in the city centre, in the residential area of Agdel, in a perfect...
Rabat 2.6 mi from city centre
The Texuda Hotel is to 20 minutes of airport. Take Hassa II avenue to Mirs Avenue, continue Stockholm Rue until arrive to...
Mercure Shéhérazade Rabat
Rabat 3.4 mi from city centre
The Hotel is located in the heart of the city. The Hotel is in the centre of the city, 5 minutes away from...
Le Diwan Rabat Mgallery
Rabat 3.1 mi from city centre
The hotel is located in the heart of the city, near to the embassies and ministries as well as the Royal Palace and Mausoleum...
Tourism in Rabat
Rabat, the capital of Morocco since 1912, was founded in the 3rd century B.C. and since that time, was occupied by Romans, the Berbers and the Almohades. However, its most important settlers, the Muslims, are the ones who have left the greatest mark on the city, along with the Phoenicians or the Catholics.
The climate of Rabat is Oceanic, due to its situation on the coast, but it is also similar to the Mediterranean climate due to its high temperatures in the summer and lower temperatures in the winter. This makes Rabat the perfect place to visit at any time of year, both in combination with Casablanca or Fez, or alone.
A visit to the city of Rabat must certainly include the Medina, limited by the walls which were built by the Moors and the Almohades. Other places of interest are the souqs, particularly those selling jewellery and carpets, rue des Consuls, Mulay Mekki mosque, the Kasbahs des Oudaias, dating from the times of the Almohades, Hassan tower, the Royal Palace or the necropolis of Chellah. Rabat is a peaceful, elegant city, where one can enjoy all the charms of Morocco in a less crowded atmosphere than that of its imperial neighbours.