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Lonely Planet review
Tucked away down an alleyway in the medina (it's near the mosque with the octagonal minaret), this brightly painted guesthouse is a gem. The rooms around a spectacular courtyard are tastefully decorated with a blend of Moroccan style and Western comfort. Subtle lighting, open fireplaces, balconies and the gentle gurgling of the fountain in the tiled courtyard below complete the romantic appeal. Meals here are sublime but need to be ordered in advance.
Our independent authors have visited Riad Oudaya and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Rabat.
Description provided by property
Featuring a roof terrace with views over Rabat Medina, where free breakfast is served daily, this Riad is just 10 km from Rabat-Salé Airport. It has a fountain in the patio, decorated with Zellige tile work.
All rooms include a seating area and the suites also have a fireplace. Each room has an en suite bathroom with shower, decorated with Zellige tile work and Tadellakt walls.
A continental breakfast can be taken in your room. Dishes of Moroccan cuisine can be prepared upon request and served in the dining room and after you can relax in one of 3 living rooms around the patio.
Located 800 metres from Rabat Train Station and 300 metres from the nearest tramway stop, Riad Oudaya is 5 km from Salé. Free Wi-Fi is available in all public areas.
The Mausoleum of Mohammed V and the Hassan Tower are both 22 minutes’ walk away.
Services & facilities
- Non-smoking throughout
- Restaurant (à la carte)
- Airport shuttle (surcharge)
- Free WiFi
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