For unknown reasons, our hotel in Rabat is not the one as stated in our itinerary. Our guide promised that we will like the alternate hotel, La Tour Hassan. True to his promise, this hotel is fantastic. We had stayed in many hotels in many cities and La Tour Hassan Hotel is one of the up-scale hotels we like. It is rated 5 stars by bookings.com customers and I can vouch for that.
We only stayed overnight but I would have no problem staying for a week. There are so many amenities this hotel offers. If we were not on a tour package, we would not have known about La Tour Hassan hotel.
Where we stayed in Rabat, La Tour Hassan Hotel.
Our bus at the entrance of the hotel. Cheerful doorman who obliged smilingly to those wanting to photograph with him.
Double single (or is it double queen) beds. Very comfortable.
LED TV and desk among other things.
Generous bath amenities.
Sofa outside our room in the hallway. Rest outside before going into your room or rest outside if you’re bored inside.
A ‘golden’ fire extinguisher, not one but all along the hallway, every floor.
Flower arrangement in the hallway.
A typical Moroccan designed indoor courtyard in the lobby.
Outdoor courtyard near the swimming pool.
Moroccan designed fountain in the hotel garden.
Outdoor terrace by the swimming pool.
Flowers in the garden.
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