Hotel Dohrmi

Address: 313 Ave Mohammed V, Rabat, Morocco | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 313 Ave Mohammed V, Rabat, is near Beaches of Essaouira, Chellah, Hassan Tower, and Royal Palace of Rabat.
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    Travel Blogs from Rabat

    To Casablanca and Rabat

    A travel blog entry by linley_t on Mar 01, 2015

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    ... the administrative capital. It is very European in appearance. Our hotel is really nice (except my room smells of cigarette smoke!). We walked to a restaurant for dinner. It was beautiful there and the food was very good. I had eggplant for entree and chicken something tagine. All for less than $12 dollars including tips! There were people out everywhere and the roads were very busy. Had to be careful crossing. Back to the hotel to ...

    The Ministery of Justice and life on the edge

    A travel blog entry by ingen24 on Oct 01, 2014

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    ... to a Maroc restaurant inside the hotel. Dick insisted to let our host choose for him. Who replied that then Dick might get things he didn't like. "You know", he replied, "sometimes you got to take risks in life". To which the reaction was: "Sure Dick, we are in a five star hotel. Really living life on the edge here". We had a good laugh out of that and; the food was fantastic. Tomorrow we finalize our report to get to some shopping and ...

    To All my Devoted Fans …

    A travel blog entry by maggiedavies on Apr 05, 2014

    ... my roommate Kendall). We went to the hamaam together, and took a daytrip to Fes two weekends ago. All the Moroccans I know asked why we were going to Fes: “there's nothing to see there!” But I loved it. The medina is huge, the largest car-free city in the world, and it's all rambling twisted streets and men leading donkeys heavily laden with wares. Much more chaotic than Rabat, and it just felt older and more intriguing. I think ...

    Continuing Legacy of an Ancient Monarchy

    A travel blog entry by gordon.ye on Jan 03, 2014

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    ... the minaret. The ruined walls take on an uneven orange ochre tone, with the wide Bou Regreg river as the backdrop the views are evocative of a bygone time.

    Heading further into the center of Rabat, we arrived at the Mohammed V Mausoleum, which is at the site of the unfinished 12th century Almohad mosque with a giant unfinished minaret - Hassan Tower. This would have been the world's largest mosque with the tallest minaret, if Caliph Yaqub ...

    Hey This Isn't Lebanon

    A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Sep 26, 2013

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... stop in Rabat was The Kasbah des Oudaias, built in 1195 on a cliff overlooking the Oued Bou Regreg (river). Now I, quite frankly, did not have the foggiest idea what a Kasbah actually was until I visited the site. All that I knew was that The Clash penned the song Rock the Casbah in 1982 and based on the lack of excitement going on at the Kasbah des Oudaias, the ban on rock music written about in the song actually happened at this Kasbah.

    Rock music or not, ...