Throughout history, Moroccan hospitality has always been praised for its expression, by way of its wholesome and hearty cuisine. Here, the dining table is honored as a resumé of heritage and culinary tradition.

Finely-chiseled wooden doors, oriental carpets, benchmark blue tiles, wide mosaic benches and cushions; servers in “jabador” dress code and you are already there … you have just entered “The Maison Arabe”, a Moroccan dining escapade of pure excellence. The best of what the nation’s gastronomy can offer you in concentration – dishes made with love and accomplishment, for your utmost gratification, authentic couscous with select ingredients, tajine in all its virtue and subtleties – the ultimate Moroccan impression. Gourmet ecstasy. An unforgettable experience for the palate in a setting worthy of A Thousand and One Nights.


Type de cuisine


Full-Service Occupancy

120 seats

Type of meal

Lunch and Dinner

Breakfast hours

From 12:30pm to 3:00pm

Dinner hours

From 7:30pm to 11:00pm

Maximum Occupancy

120 people


Andalusian Band (Live music)

a shared heritage

Rabat, modern capital and historic city

Located on the Atlantic seaboard, in the northwest of Morocco, Rabat is the result of a fruitful dialogue between the Arab-Muslim past and Western modernism. The site includes the "new town", designed and built under the French Protectorate from 1912 to the 1930s, including the royal residence, colonial administrations, residential and commercial complexes. We also find old parts of the city which sometimes date back to the 12th century. The “new city” represents one of the largest and most ambitious urban projects of the 10th century in Africa, probably the most complete.