Sanitised car hire in Rabat

Look out for this icon to see which car hire brands have committed to maintaining sanitisation measures as per WHO COVID-19 guidelines, the following car hire companies in Rabat, Morocco offer sanitised rental cars:

At present, none of the car rental companies in Rabat have committed to offering sanitised cars.

Sanitised car
This car rental company has committed to maintaining sanitisation measures as per WHO COVID-19 guidelines.
  • ADDCAR
  • AVIS
  • DOLLAR
  • EUROPCAR
  • GLOBAL RENT A CAR
  • GREEN MOTION
  • HERTZ
  • HIRE GROUP
  • SURPRICE
  • THRIFTY

Cheapest car hire in Rabat

Mini

Hyundai i10

4 Adults, 3 Doors

From 13.78 EUR/day
Hyundai i10

7 Days rental at 96.47 EUR from August 24

  2 |
  Manual |
  Yes
Mini

Hyundai i10

4 Adults, 5 Doors

From 14.26 EUR/day
Hyundai i10

7 Days rental at 99.87 EUR from August 24

  1 |
  Manual |
  Yes
Economy

Chevrolet Spark

4 Adults, 3 Doors

From 14.34 EUR/day
Chevrolet Spark

7 Days rental at 100.38 EUR from August 24

  3 |
  Manual |
  Yes
Mini

Chevrolet Spark

4 Adults, 5 Doors

From 16.80 EUR/day
Chevrolet Spark

7 Days rental at 117.66 EUR from August 24

  1 |
  Manual |
  Yes
Mini

Fiat Panda

4 Adults, 5 Doors

From 16.88 EUR/day
Fiat Panda

7 Days rental at 118.22 EUR from August 24

  1 |
  Manual |
  Yes
Mini

Kia Picanto

4 Adults, 5 Doors

From 16.89 EUR/day
Kia Picanto

7 Days rental at 118.26 EUR from August 24

  1 |
  Manual |
  Yes
Compact

Dacia Logan

5 Adults, 4 Doors

From 16.99 EUR/day
Dacia Logan

7 Days rental at 118.96 EUR from August 24

  4 |
  Manual |
  Yes
Economy

Citroen C3

5 Adults, 5 Doors

From 17.21 EUR/day
Citroen C3

7 Days rental at 120.53 EUR from August 24

  2 |
  Manual |
  Yes
Economy

Toyota Yaris

5 Adults, 5 Doors

From 17.55 EUR/day
Toyota Yaris

7 Days rental at 122.86 EUR from August 24

  2 |
  Manual |
  Yes

*daily rates in Rabat based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.

Useful to know about Rabat

  • The name of the city means ‘Fortified Palace’.
  • Rabat is the capital and third largest city in Morocco behind Casablanca and Fez.
  • It was a major port until the river began silting up.
  • Rabat was originally founded in the third century BC.
  • The city’s name at the time was Chellah.

Rabat car hire reviews

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Best car rental companies in Rabat

7.6
No.1: DOLLAR,
based on 1995 reviews
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7.5
No.2: THRIFTY,
based on 1892 reviews
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77
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7.2
No.3: GLOBAL RENT A CAR,
based on 70 reviews
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76
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Nearest car hire pickup locations in or near Rabat

NATIONAL

Garapan Rental Center, Paseo De Marianas, Garapan, Mp 9650

ALAMO

Garapan Rental Center, Paseo De Marianas, Garapan, 96950

ALAMO

Grandvrio Hotel Beach Rd, Garapan, 96950

NATIONAL

Grandvrio Hotel, Beach Rd, Garapan, 96950

ALAMO

Saipan Marianas Island Intl Airport, Dan-dan Airport Rd., Saipan, 96950

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Rabat car hire information

  • 7.6/10
    Best Rated Agent:
    Dollar
  • € 96.46
    Average price:
    (per week)
  • € 13.78
    Best Price:
    Per Week
  • 52
    Most Popular Type:
    Compact
  • 13
    Most popular model:
    Dacia Duster
  • 166
    Total Cars Available
     

Average prices per day for car hire in Rabat

*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for today's best prices.

FAQs about car hire in Rabat

How much does car hire in Rabat cost?

Car hire in Rabat costs as little as €13.80 per day, however the average price across all suppliers for a Mini class vehicle is €27.60 per day. The most expensive car to hire is €291.80 per day from GREEN MOTION for a Range Rover Sport.

What car hire companies offer sanitised car rental in Rabat?

10 car hire brands have committed to maintaining sanitisation measures as per WHO COVID-19 guidelines in Rabat, including EUROPCAR, GLOBAL RENT A CAR, THRIFTY, see the full list here.

What car hire companies offer sanitised car rental in Rabat?

None of the car hire companies in Rabat are currently offering sanitised cars as per WHO COVID-19 guidelines.

Who is the best car rental agent in Rabat?

Based on recent customer reviews over the last 3 months, Dollar has the highest customer rating for car hire in Rabat with a score of 7.6/10

with Thrifty rated second best with a score of 7.5/10

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How much does it cost to hire a compact car in Rabat?

Today’s cheapest price for compact car hire in Rabat is €118.96 per week from SURPRICE.

Who is the cheapest car hire agent in Rabat?

The cheapest car hire company in Rabat is GLOBAL RENT A CAR, with prices for a Mini class car such as the Hyundai i10 available from as little as €96.46 per week.

How much is fuel in Rabat?

You can expect to pay €1/ltr of petrol and €0.89/ltr of diesel in Rabat. You’ll pay a premium if refilling at motorway services of up to 10%.

What car hire agencies are available in Rabat?

We can arrange great deals on car hire in Rabat with leading car hire companies such as ADDCAR, AVIS, BUDGET, DOLLAR, EUROPCAR, GLOBAL RENT A CAR, GREEN MOTION, HERTZ, HIRE GROUP, SURPRICE, THRIFTY as well as reputable, local car hire companies.

What type of car can I hire in Rabat?

We can arrange , Compact, Compact Elite, Economy, Fullsize, Fullsize Elite, Intermediate, Luxury, Mini, Premium, Special and Standard class rental cars in Rabat.

How much does it cost to hire a convertible car in Rabat?

We don’t currently have any convertible cars to hire in Rabat, but we are working in it and please check dates for future rentals.
The price at the moment for a convertible rental car in Rabat is €1442.00 per week from HIRE GROUP for a Volkswagen Beetle Convertible.

Do you have a discount code for car hire in Rabat?

We don’t have any discount codes for car hire in Rabat at the moment, however GLOBAL RENT A CAR rates start from just €96.46 per week. If you’ve found a cheaper price than €96.46 from GLOBAL RENT A CAR in Rabat City or any other rental agent, let us know and we’ll do our best to beat it.

How much does it cost to hire a car for a week in Rabat?

The cheapest price to hire a car for a week in Rabat is €96.60 per week with an average price of €193.20 per week across all car hire companies.

Information about the car hire agents in Rabat

Most popular car hire companies in Rabat:

  • Europcar (tel: 212 0 537722328)
  • Avis (tel: (212) 537-72-1818)
  • Hertz (tel: +212 8 02 00 77 78 )
  • Thrifty (tel: +212 8 02 00 77 78 )
  • Dollar (tel: +212 8 02 00 77 78 )
  • Hire group (tel: +212 6 66273944)
  • Green motion (tel: +212 6 66273944 )
  • Global rent a car (tel: +212661303743 )
  • Budget (tel: +212 5 30 20 05 20 )
  • Addcar (tel: +212661875835 )

Pick-up locations for car hire companies in Rabat:

  • Europcar (25 BIS RUE PATRICE LUMUMBA, RABAT)
  • Avis (7 Rue Abou Faris El Marini, Rabat)
  • Hertz (467, BD MOHAMED V 10000 RABAT, RABAT, 10000)
  • Thrifty (467, BD MOHAMED V, 10000, Rabat)
  • Dollar (467, BD MOHAMED V 10000 RABAT)
  • Hire group (3 Angle avenue Alaouiyine et rue mouahidine Mag n 11 Quartier Hassan, Rabat, Morocco)

Car hire company ratings in Rabat:

  • Dollar: Rated 7.6/10 from 490 reviews
  • Thrifty: Rated 7.5/10 from 578 reviews
  • Global Rent a Car: Rated 7.2/10 from 47 reviews
  • Hertz: Rated 7.1/10 from 242 reviews
  • EUROPCAR Franchise: Rated 6.5/10 from 142 reviews
  • Avis Europe Franchise: Rated 6.3/10 from 25 reviews

Rabat Mini Guide

Rabat, the capital city of Morocco in contrast to most other cities in the country is extremely relaxed and westernised.  It has wide tree lined boulevards built during the French Morocco period of the early 20th century. There are also modern hotels and buildings which sit side by side with the old walled Medina.

A varied history
The buildings in Rabat vary from those of the Medina and the ancient Kasbah des Oudaia right through to those built under French rule in the early 1900's, culminating with the Mohammed V mausoleum which houses the tomb of Mohammed V who died in 1961. It was inaugurated in 1967 and was built by the finest craftsmen using the very best of materials, there is plenty of architecture to take in as you walk around – surprisingly, it was designed by a Vietnamese architect.  It has the status of being a Muslim shrine but is open to anyone, just remember to dress accordingly when visiting.

A green oasis
For something a little different to the history and ruins of the old city why not take a trip to the Andalucian Gardens?  Although these give the impression of being old, they were actually designed by the French colonial authorities in the 20th century.  As well as being a green space in the city they also house the Museum of Moroccan Arts which has some interesting traditional antique doors in it's walls.

Look out to sea
If you walk to the very northern end of the Kasbah des Oudaia you will find a viewing platform with spectacular views over Rabat's city centre and harbour to one side, it's neighbour Sale to the other and the water of the Atlantic Ocean stretching out in front of you.  After a pleasant stroll through the streets of the Kasbah it is a popular spot for both locals and tourist alike.

From guest house to luxury
Wherever you choose to stay in Rabat you should not be disappointed, there are guest houses such as the House of Sara Rabat offering a room in a shared house.  There are luxury 5 star hotels by chains such as Sofitel or you can opt to stay inside the walls of the old Medina in a Riad which is a traditional Moroccan style of hotel and which receive excellent reviews. 

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Rabat is the bustling capital of the country and has lots for the visitor, especially those with a hire car. The city’s Kasbah is quite stunning, especially at sunset when the sun turns the walls a fiery red.

Entering the Kasbah, you’ll come to the city’s old quarter with narrow paved streets, barely wide enough for a person to walk through, and colourful market places full of the products of Morocco. From there, head to the Royal Palace. It’s heavily guarded and entry isn’t allowed but you can look through the gates and marvel at the beauty inside.