Hotel la Tour Hassan

Address: 26, Rue Challah, BP 14, Rabat, 10000, Morocco | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 26, Rue Challah, BP 14, Rabat, is near Mausoleum of Mohammad V, Kasbah des Oudaias, Medina of Rabat, and Chellah.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Fitness/Health center
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


          • Suites


          • Room service
          • Business Services

          TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel la Tour Hassan Rabat

          Reviewed by cahoward


          Reviewed Jan 27, 2014
          by (5 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

          Our room, with the window wide open, overlooks the terrace, gardens and pool. We hear the fountain at night pouring over itself...a restful sound. Breakfast is a bounty of anything you could desire. I had my favorite of pear, toasted baguette and gooey cheese. Oh and loads of coffee, freshly brewed.

          Everyone here is so nice and loving speaking French!

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel la Tour Hassan Rabat

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Rabat


          A travel blog entry by asseenbysusan2 on Oct 05, 2015

          7 photos

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          A travel blog entry by marco on Sep 08, 2015

          5 comments, 4 photos

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          A travel blog entry by wareameye on Nov 07, 2014

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          A travel blog entry by redfox418 on Nov 03, 2014

          ... to learn English). Our first meal with our host family was couscous and chicken, which was so good. That was the first of a couple meals where we'd hear, "kul, kul" ("eat, eat"). I had no problem eating this food- it was delicious, and followed up by fruit :) After dinner, Fatima's daughter took us into another room where traditional clothing was laid out. The three of us were able to try on traditional Moroccan clothing and hijabs (the head piece)! Her daughter then went to grab ...

          One Foot in One City and the Other in the Next

          A travel blog entry by hrehak on May 07, 2014


          When I was 17, a junior in high school, I watched one of my best friends, Nick, a senior, seamlessly lose interest in the parts of his life I'd been included in. He stopped caring about our friends’ drama, our respective sports teams, the class we shared, and plans for the summer. Though I knew, even then, that it wasn’t personal and that I’d perhaps feel the same way when I was preparing for a new life in a new city, it was hard for me to watch.

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