Riad Dar El Kebira

Address: Rue des Consuls - 1 Impasse Belghazi, Rabat, 1005, Morocco | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Rue des Consuls - 1 Impasse Belghazi, Rabat, is near Mausoleum of Mohammad V, Kasbah des Oudaias, Medina of Rabat, and Chellah.
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      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

      Travel Blogs from Rabat


      A travel blog entry by maxieduncan on Jul 21, 2014

      ... hrs to Meknes. Dinner was Lemon Chicken Tagine but I suspect they just added a slide of lemon at the last minute, it certainly wasn't infused with any lemon flavour as I'd expected. We came out from dinner about 11pm and the town was a different place, the previously near dead streets at 8pm now filled with people out shopping and ...

      So Much is So Good

      A travel blog entry by hrehak on Mar 18, 2014

      3 comments, 1 photo

      ... 8217;s a good place to start. ...

      Memories of Stories

      A travel blog entry by campelis on Mar 02, 2014

      Today, we pitched, swung hard, and missed.

      It's a good thing, I believe. The way editors pick up a story, lift it off the 2D page and flip it around to see it from every direction, to cover ever crevice, makes it come to life. I feel as though while the original idea was crumbled and tossed aside, it made us all think like journalists. We had to figure out not only a story, but why we want to tell THIS story NOW.

      By the end of the meeting, ...

      Tout en Français

      A travel blog entry by maggiedavies on Feb 15, 2014

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... So far I have found that I'm using French to communicate with everyone here. I've never been that good at speaking but I can tell I'm already improving. Most Moroccans speak French since they start learning it at school in third grade. In fact it's a point of pride (a sign of status) to speak in French and most white-collar jobs require French. It's lucky for me that I studied French at school or else my communications would be ...

      Now You Say Morocco and That Makes Me Smile

      A travel blog entry by mugharrington on Nov 08, 2013

      4 photos

      08 Nov 2013

      Malaga to Casablanca and Rabat

      Our early flight out of Malaga to Casablanca went just fine except sitting in the incredibly uncomfortable chairs at the Madrid airport during our lay-over gave both John and I back aches. They should have taken a page from Gaudi about design. Passport control in Casablanca was ridiculous. John and I have a talent for picking the longest, slowest line and ...