It is decidedly good to live in Rabat, and this imperial city and history cannot be reduced to its administrative capital title, it is much more than that. The capital is neither more nor less the best city to live in Morocco and the 7th in Africa according to the British firm Mercer Consulting.
Located less than 100 km from Casablanca, this large city with wide arteries is totally different from Casablanca. Ideal destination for both Moroccans and expatriates, living in Rabat is synonymous of enjoying a vibrant cultural life, with the holding of international festivals and the presence of foreign cultural centers.
OPAL Rabat Square
Alongside the Plaza and its boutique hotel, bordering the Grand Avenue, Opal is ideally situated to fully enjoy all the charms of Rabat Square and Dar Es Salam Domain. Overlooking the Plaza, shops, restaurants and cafés will invite you to relax or spend delightful moments with family or friends.ccc
Big Swiming Pool
The Arts & Crafts District
The Arts & Crafts District reflects a symbiosis between an urban residence and a life in the heart of an emblematic destination. A unique lifestyle that pays tribute to life in this community, enhanced by 2 hectares of greenery and many infrastructures.
2 SWIMMING POOLS
Living in the Marina Front is enjoying ballet yachts and views of the great theater of rabat. On the Fluvial Front side, there are the breathtaking views of the Bouregreg, the ramparts of the imperial city, the Hassan tower and the Mohammed V mausoleum.
La Bahia Blanca
Spending the summer holidays on the Mediterranean is a delight to be renewed each year. Creating unique memories between generations and sharing time with your loved ones and chosen friends, such is the true flavour of holidays. A beach resort that gives such enjoyment at the most sought-after area of the Moroccan Riviera is decidedly the place to be for the lucky few!