To enter the old medina, on the eastern side, you must go through the impressive Bab Sidi Abdel Wahab gothic-style gate. It is said that the severed heads of the rebels were exhibited here.
Royal Hotel is in an intact and picturesque medina with souks overflowing with local craft production. Here an entire world opens its arms to you.
To enter the old medina, on the eastern side, you must go through the impressive Bab Sidi Abdel Wahab gothic-style gate. It is said that the severed heads of the rebels were exhibited here. Bab El Gharbi, one of the three main gates to the medina on its west side, which takes on red hues at sunset, is of a smaller size but is quite charming. Take in the tumultuous history of this ancestral town.
The great mosque was built at the end of the 13th century and is the oldest of the medina's monuments. The three fountains set against its walls contribute to the serenity conducive to faith. To the right of the mosque's main entrance, a street leads to a masterpiece of 14th century architecture, the merinide medersa. This venerable Koranic school is considered to be the jewel of Oujda.
The hotel has 50 air-conditioned rooms and apartments. You can find Internet connection.
A patio (terrace) and parking are at your disposal. You are 45 min from the beach.
Oujda is served by a new airport named "Oujda Angad." Direct flights from Amsterdam, Paris, and other cities from within Morocco occur on a daily basis.
Three trains a day arrive from Western Morocco. From Fez, the trip will take about five and a half hours and cost exactly 158/108 Dirhams (First/Second class)
Oujda is accessible from the North via Melilla / Nador as well as from the West via Fes / Taza. Arriving from the South is also possible from Figuig and Bouarfa. Currently, the Algerian border is closed which prevents land travel to/from the East. There are grand taxi's to many destinations including: Taza, Saidia (20 dirhams), Berkane (18 dirhams), Jerada (15 dirhams), Ain Beni Mathar (15 dirhams)
The bus station is located next to the grand taxi station in the South of the city. Many destinations are possible. From Oudja to Taza is roughly 30 dirhams, Oujda to Fes around 60 dirhams.
 By boat
service is via Nador / Melilla, both around three or four hours away.