La Tour Hassan5.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
I stayed here for 4 days on a business trip. Quite comfortable with adequately sized rooms. Room service menu is limited and staff don't speak much English. I could get by with broken French. The gym is not well kept, full of dust and no air conditioning, problematic when outside temperatures are above 35C.
Hôtel majestueux. Avec toute la magie marocaine! Recommended! The food is tasteful, the environment inside the hotel reminds you that you are in a big and wonderful palace. During the morning spare 1 hour to swim in a beautiful swimming pool with fresh and clean water.
The Tour Hassan hotel dates from 1914, but it was thoroughly renovated in 1998 with improvements since then. Five years ago its internet access was deplorable, but about three years ago it dramatically improved. The public areas of the hotel—excellent French and Moroccan restaurants with service to match, outstanding public areas with excellent seating for guests, make this an outstanding choice. The rooms are more than adequate and the "junior suites" make the hotel an excellent choice for work or leisure. I've seen many of the same staff over the last decade, and their professionalism even in times of capacity booking are impeccable. The exercise facilities are adequate and the sound of running water from the inside fountain and the cascade of (recycled) water on a wall across the street from the hotel provide an added sense of calm in a busy city.
It is in a crowded area do you have a nice rest Moroccan restaurant and they can serve delicious burger the lobby is fantastic to enjoy taking cup of coffee so I Recommended this hotel for people who is visiting Rabat to take time and visit this nice place which is next to Hassan tower
Booked a night in between city hopping in Morocco. Pool garden area is nice and worth the price of entry alone. Lunch and service was great. I agree it's not 5 star service or amenities but I really dont think that takes much away from the place. Front desk staff standing around not dealing with clientele questions was a bit annoying.
The service sucks the bathrooms have IKEA framed prints of Audrey Hepburn!? The view from the 'superior ' room looks like a war zone. The place was empty and they could have given us a minimally better room for what we payed
Tour Hassan is a very nice and very good hotel. Very nice room and the Presidential Suite is simply fantastic. Good food and a choises of restauants. The atmosphere during the evening at the bar, with candle light is very nice. I suggest this hotel for a high quality of stay and prices are not expensive
This hotel does not merit 5 stars, it is a factory, cold, expensive and sad ,The staff is old, sad and proud, The staff is sad and prone to leave a young waitress who runs in all the senses to render service to the customers
If you want a combo of modern and traditilnal, this is the palace to go. But your pockets must be deep as it will cost you circa 250 usd on an average day. Room service food is exccellent and the smalked salmon they service for breakfast is outstanding. The garden/ patio is a wonderful place to hang about and have business meetings and the conference room are nice and functional. Lovely fruit and pastry basket to welcome me, but the minibar stayed empty for my whole 5 days. Also had a watchman on my floor throughout, polite but intimidating. Big stars were coming here for the Mawazin music festival.
This is quite a dated hotel. Not 5* in international standards. We had a suite, it was decent sized but quite run down. Food was not nice and very slow service. Staff was friendly but difficult to communicate with for someone who does not speak Arabic/French. As restaurants are in a courtyard, there was substantial noise at night. Rabat doesnt have many great hotels but i think I would try the sofitel next time.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
81% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 414 reviews