Le Dawliz Hotel & Spa

Address: Avenue du Bouregreg, Salé, 11000, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Avenue du Bouregreg, Salé.
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    Travel Blogs from Salé

    Rabat, the Capital City and the Final Tagine

    A travel blog entry by winegalcj on May 24, 2015

    5 photos

    Independent travel has its distinct advantages, which more often than not (for us) outweigh the disadvantages, but there is one disadvantage that always gets me – the dreaded weekend.

    Weekends are the worst especially if you are going to a popular area or it is near tourist season. Weekends book out early. Weekends are more expensive. Weekends are the worst and we had one weekend left to this trip before we hit Lisbon.

    We wanted to go ...

    Continuing Legacy of an Ancient Monarchy

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

    6 photos

    ... Portuguese founded Oudaya Kasbah, a mini walled city at the wide mouth of Bou Regreg river. Containing a palace compound now converted into the "Andalucian Gardens", its plantings seem not in the best shape although the garden's setting inside high crenelated walls is nice. After sitting down to take in Moroccan sweet mint tea, we walked through the atmospheric narrow twisting alleys in the Kasbah which are uniformly painted in Greek blue and ...

    Hey This Isn't Lebanon

    A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Sep 26, 2013

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... AD and was the focal point of a huge square. Most of the mosque was destroyed in the earthquake of 1755 (which centered in Lisbon, Portugal and destroyed that city). As a result, the only remaining structure is a very large square tower/minaret (which is very unusual as all the minarets I have ever seen are circular). While the tower was impressive, it was hard to get a really good look at because a large fence prevented me from going anywhere close to the structure. ...

    Play it Again Sam

    A travel blog entry by mr_mozam on May 26, 2013

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... and we are now on the 12:00 noon ferry instead of the 10:00am. We were going to have to be up at 4:00am to leave the hotel at 5:30 but now we can sleep stay in bed until 6:00am. Our overnight stop is in Rabat and it is a 2.5 hour drive from Rabat to the ferry terminal in Tangier. I have seen enough mosques to know that I don't want to see another one for a very long time. As we are back in Europe tomorrow I may be able to achieve that ...

    Death by lemon meringue

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Apr 24, 2013

    6 photos

    ... English - and tells us all about the area.

    The stairway is tiled and cool despite the midday heat outside and has incense lamps burning on every third stair. Very atmospheric. At night the incense is replaced with tea lights, very pretty. There is a roof terrace with comfy cushions to sit on and a fabulous view of the ocean and also over the estuary where we can see the city of Rabat.

    After lunch we take ...