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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Bouregreg Rabat
All hotels in Rabat are expensive
This very downmarket and old place is expensive for what you get
But the room is clean
Breakfast is adequate
About 15 minutes walk from the railway station
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All my love, goodnight,
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