Venue & Travel
The international symposium on advanced electrical and communication technologies will take place from 21 to 23 november 2018 in Rabat-Kenitra, Morocco, precisely in the national school of applied sciences, ibn tofail university of Kenitra. Rabat and kenitra are two closed cities (about 20km).
So, for your flight plan, you can choice the Rabat-Sale airport (RBA) or Casablanca airport (CMN).
If you arrive at the Casablanca airport (CMN), there is a train station (at level « -1 », Arrivals Hall of Terminal1). There, you can ask your ticket to get to Kenitra (« Kenitra » train station) or to get to Rabat City (« Rabat ville » Train station): There is a connecting train station: the preference to ask for trains with correspondence at « Casa Port » train station..
Secondly, if you arrive at Rabat-Sale airport (RBA), our team will be there to provide transformation to your hotel.
For your accommodation plan, you can stay in Kenitra: there are plenty of hotels where you can check in with a price range that starts from 20 € per night. Also, you can stay in Rabat if you want (it s closed to kenitra, and ther are connecting trains every 30 minutes). Please note hotels will provide discount for participants who will make early registration. For PhD Students, we will offer, for the first 50 PhD students who make early registration, an accommodation in a fantastic campus closed to the conference venue (Two minutes by walking) at 10€ per night.
For more information about the hotels in kenitra and Rabat, can check the list below.
Hotels in Kenitra City :
if you need a help related to accommodation booking, please send us an email on: firstname.lastname@example.org , please mention in the email-subject: Hotel reservation
Address: av Hassan II, place administrative, mamora, Kénitra 14020
Phone: 00212 5373-71775
Phone: 00212 5373-65959
Address: Avenue Hassan II, Kénitra 14000
Phone: 00212 5373-79868
Address: Place administrative, Kenitra
Phone: 00212 5373-73030
Address: Bd Mohamed Diouri, Kenitra
Phone: 00212 5 37371401
Address: 63, bd Mohamed Diouri KENITRA
Phone: 00212 537371450
Hotel de France:
Address: Bd Diouri, Kenitra
Hotels and Riad Riad City :
|Riad Kalaa Riad Kalaa 2||http://www.riadkalaa.com/home/|
|Riad Dar Zouhour||http://www.darzouhour.com/hotel-fr/|
|Riad Dar El Kebira||http://www.darelkebira.com/en/|
|Golden Tulip Farah Rabat (5*)||http://www.goldentulipfarahrabat.com|
|Hôtel Chellah Rabat (4*)||http://www.helnan.com/HelnanChellahHotel%E2%80%93Rabat=_7=-122.htm|
|Hotel Belere (4*)||http://www.belere-hotels.com/BELERE-RABAT/en/index.php|
|B&B Rabat Médina (3*)||https://www.hotelbb.ma/fr/rabat|
|Le Pietri Urban Hotel (3*)||http://www.lepietri.com/|
|Hotel Ubay (3*)||http://www.ubayhotelrabat.com/|
Rabat & Kenitra Information
Rabat, capital of Morocco
Rabat is a cultural city with a rich history. Its streets and public squares are full of masterpieces. Pay a visit to the Kasbah of the Udayas, whose grand, majestic silhouette is softened by the surrounding gardens. Not far beyond its walls lies the Chellah, a necropolis that dates to the Marinids. Entering the complex is like journeying to another world: marvel at the ancient remains as you walk through the gardens and glimpse a few storks.
Rabat is also a modern, environmentally responsible capital that takes pride in its green spaces. It is punctuated by parks, such as the Botanical Test Gardens and the Bouknadel Exotic Gardens just a few miles from the city. Rabat also has a well-developed ocean front. There are miles of improved beaches that run along the Atlantic coast all the way to the neighboring Kenitra city or Casablanca.
The city’s modern flair is also evident in its infrastructure and festivals, which guarantee a comfortable, entertaining stay in the capital. All the modern conveniences, from airports and tramways to shopping malls, cafes and restaurants, are at your fingertips. Finally, Rabat celebrates music like no other city: Mawazine, Jazz at the Chellah and other festivals fill the air with joyful sounds and rhythms from around the world!
These all add to the appeal of Rabat, where the treasures of the past coexist with the most modern and eco-friendly achievements.
For more details see:
Tourism in Morocco: Joint song by Moroccan singer and producer RedOne, Puerto Rican rapper Daddy Yankee, Moroccan rapper French Montana, and American singer Dinah Jane
Rabat the capital of Morocco
Kenitra – University City