I need a funished apartment in a few weeks in Rabat, morocco for one person. I don't speak arabic and my french isn't that good. Does anyone know how about an english speaker could go about obtaining an apartment in morocco?
We will be spending a week in Rabat next April; two traveling grandmothers. We'd love to stay in a riad in the Medina, but just a bit apprehensive about toilets, showers, etc. Any suggestions, recommendations? The websites do not address these concerns...Thanks for any assistance!
Hi everyone -
I'm moving down to Rabat in about a week for a few months and am in need of accomodation. I will be working in Agdal, but want to live in a place that is happening and still convenient to get to work.
Does anyone know of someone looking to rent out a clean and decently priced place to stay through early August?
Any other advice on what the best way is to go about looking for accomodation?
We are looking for a nice reasonably priced restaurant to take the family when they visit us in Morocco in April. Daughter doesnt eat meat but would ideally like to go to one that does meat dishes as well as seafood. Traditional Moroccan would be lovely. We would appreciate any suggestions or recommendations on personal experience please. Transport no problem as we are here with our car. Many thanks in advance.
Two recently retired non-smoking adults from the UK and experienced Morocco travellers, will be in Rabat from 13 December 2006 to 15 January 2007. We seek a self-catering apartment/flat in the centre of the city, ideally close to Rabat Ville train station, in the Tour Hassan or French cathedral area. We would prefer a place with lots of light, maybe with a balcony or terrace and with doorman/concierge service. If anyone knows of a suitable apartment we would be most grateful to hear from you. We will be staying at a Rabat hotel on arrival and will be hoping to view apartments from 14 December. References provided. Contact [email].
Hello, I am going to Morocco alone this summer and therefore I already look for cheap but good accomodation in Rabat which should also be easy to find. Hygenic conditions should be okay though (like good shower, washing-stuff, clean rooms, beds etc.) and the staff should also be open and friendly. Maybe there are even youth-hostels where you can meet with international visitors from all around, would also be easier, since it's my 1st time in an African country. I hope you can give me more information and help me, thanks in advance, nice greetings. steve.
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