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Now accepting reservations: Rich history meets modern luxury at the New Four Seasons Hotel Rabat at Kasr Al Bahr

The Peninsula 30 Nov 2023
Boasting 2,700 square metres (29,000 square feet) of gorgeous event spaces, including a Royal Ballroom accommodating up to 1,000 guests, Four Seasons is set to become Rabat’s preferred address for state-of-the-art meetings and conferences.

Moroccans protest en masse against normalisation with Israel

The New Arab 09 Oct 2023
Protesters chanted "Normalisation must fall" and "Freedom for Palestine" while holding signs reading "This land does not accommodate two identities, either we or we." Similar scenes emerged in Tangier and Rabat.

Bingemma Fort - ‘Don’t call us squatters, we’re paying rent’

The Malta Independent 11 Jun 2023
At the time they used to live in a property in Rabat, which they gave up a few years later to move permanently into the fort ... The PN government had offered accommodation in the heart of Rabat.

The plight of sub-Saharan teens on the perilous route to Europe

La Prensa Latina 20 Nov 2022
Another organization working for these children is the Fondation Orient Occident, which gives them language courses in Rabat, accommodates those it can in apartments and helps others to rent a room.

200 graduate from tourism academy |05 August 2022

Nation 05 Aug 2022
For the Certificate in Accommodation Operations & Services course the awardees are Aruna Rabat who clinched the Best Academic Award, Staelle Sinon the Best Practical Award, Rolisa Jasmin the Best ...
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