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A nicely decorated Moroccan Riad, with friendly staff and good service standards. Very good breakfast. Aminá’s warm welcome and helpful information was highly appreciated. Good location inside the Medina.
Located in one of the intricated narrow streets of the Medina, we had troubles to find...More
We stayed for a week in Rabat, taking day trips to places like Casablanca. As covered by other reviewers, the riad is in a very good location. Rabat Medina is fairly clean and calm as compared to some other Moroccan towns and this riad is...More
Si no te importa dejar de banarte un dia o dos pues este es tu lugar ideal, el agua caliente es poca al punto que mi esposa y yo tuvimos que hacer turnos para banarnos, en invierno esto puede ser un problema; el ultimo dia...More
Very kind staff (some difficulties with English but it was fine), big room and nicely decorated. We had just some problem with the shower. Excellent breakfast and nice position (even if it was in the medina that is not nice in general in Rabat). No...More
We stayed here for one night - our last one in Morocco. Although set in the busy medina, Riad El Bir is a peaceful and quiet escape. The riad is beautifully decorated with attention to detail, and all the rooms had their own character !...More
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I actually drove my car and parked alongside the curb in front of the closest gate of the old town. I used Google Maps on my phone to navigate the location and got accurate directions. You can just follow the Maps... More
I actually drove my car and parked alongside the curb in front of the closest gate of the old town. I used Google Maps on my phone to navigate the location and got accurate directions. You can just follow the Maps directions, go in through the gate, and look for building # 18 (looks like a house because it used to be), and you will find it easily. It's going to be like a 3 to 5 minute walk.