Spending the night at the airport
Rabat airport is usually quiet at night, although not entirely silent. If you decide to spend the night inside the enclosure, keep in mind that the security staff can ask you for your passport and flight ticket.
Where to rest: There are circular couches (although not very comfortable) in the public area, while in the Departures Hall you can find some comfortable chairs, especially next to gates 1-2. The terminal has a couple of VIP lounges, one of which is open around the clock. If you think it is best to go to a hotel, you will have to reach the city.
Baggage: There are no records of left luggage services in this airport.
Eating and drinking: Few options are available, and these are closed at night.
Restrooms: Showers only inside the VIP lounges.
Wi-Fi: The service is free.
There are no hotels inside the enclosure. Some of the options nearby are:
Dawliz Resort & Spa (6.1 km/3.8 miles)
Palais d'hôtes (6.5 km/4 miles)
Riad Aicha (6.6 km/4.1 miles)
Riad Sabria (6.8 km/4.2 miles)
Riad Thamayna (6.8 km/4.2 miles)