Atlas Airport Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Airport Mohamed V, Nouasser, Casablanca, Morocco
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Satisfaction Terrible
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Very Good
5%
9
Average
21%
36
Poor
22%
38
Terrible
50%
86

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 41% lower than similarly priced 4 star hotels

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  • Families10
  • Couples14
  • Solo23
  • Business18

More about Atlas Airport Hotel

Moroccan Bath

by mjleynes

What's not to miss during a Morocco Trip is definitely the obvious! Moroccan Bath!

After (6) days of walking, running, camel riding and driving around Morocco, before our flight we walked in at the Atlas Airport Hotel straight to their SPA. Great way to end a Moroccan Adventure!

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Olives with oil (and what else?)Olives with oil (and what else?)

View from my room's balcony, at nightView from my room's balcony, at night

the roomsthe rooms

Old City - MedinaOld City - Medina

Forum Posts

Atlas Airport Hotel, Casblanca?

by tattersall

Has anyone ever stayed at the Atlas Airport Hotel?

We have an early morning flight out of Casablanca on the morning of the 23rd, so we're considering staying there.

I'd be grateful fro your thoughts!

seeking a travel buddy for Aug 5 - Aug 6 in Casa

by galeena1

Hi,

I will be in Casablanca for 24 hours and would like to discover the town.
I should be out of the airport at around 9:00 pm Aug 5 and will be up for a night on the town. Then the next morning I would like to go to the Old medina and to Mohammed II Mosque and anything else until 2:00 pm before I run back to airport to catch my flight to Montreal.

1- Anyone interested in joining?

2- Where is a good and safe place to have dinner at night? is there a restaurant area where locals go?

3- Is it easy to commute from Atlas airport hotel to the Old Medina and the mosque?

4- any links or suggestions are appreciated.

Gracias Shoukran Merci

Re: seeking a travel buddy for Aug 5 - Aug 6 in Casa

by galeena1

* I meant the Hassan II mosque

is it open for visits on Friday during the day? I assume the mosque is closed for the public during prayer time

Re: seeking a travel buddy for Aug 5 - Aug 6 in Casa

by angiebabe

think its open from 2pm on Fridays - go there anyway and check the info - even its shut its impressive on the outside...and nice to be beside the sea

Please help your opinion:)

by kroy1811

Hi, received an itinerary reco like below, can you please advise if it's OK or too much in one day.. just any comments, thanks you.

Day 1 After arrive, refresh at hotel Atlas Airport hotel then visit Hussan II Mosque, Medina in casablanca, the Synagoque, The Church of our ladies of Lourdes, United Nations Square, The Arab Leaque Park, Anfa's residential quarters. O/n at hotel in Casablanca. (L,D)

Day 2 Casablanca - Marakesh, drive to Marakesh 3 hours. Visit ALIBENYOUSSEF , Bahia Palace, Saadian Tombs, Koutoubia, Menera Garden, sightseeing Djemaa Fnaa. Dinner with fantasia show at Chez Ali restaurant. o/n Marakesh. (B,L,D)

Day 3 Marakesh - Ait Ben Haddou - Ouarzazate, visit Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, Kasbah Taourirt, O/n at Ouarzazate. (B,L,D)
Day 4 Ouarzazate - Erfoud with lunch en route in the todra gorges in Tinghir (B,L,D)

Day 5 Erfoud - Ifrane - Fes with lunch en route in Midelt (B,L,D).

Day 6 Fes - sightseeing Fes El-Bali (Old Fes), Medina of Fes, Medersa el-Attarine, Kairaouine Mosque. walking and shopping in Medina. o/n at Fes.

Day 7 Fes - Drive to Rabat via Meknes -Moulay Idriss - Ifrane - Roman city of Volubillis, Bab Mansour Gate, continue drive to Rabat - Mohamed V Mausolem, Oudayas Kasbat, drive to Cassablanca - dinner at chinese restaurant. o/n at hotel.(B,L,D)

Day 8 CMN - Departure.

Re: Please help your opinion:)

by smartidea

I think you won't make it in 8days (yes you can but it won't be possible to visit and enjoy the sites) i would be lazy doing this rout as you tent to cover teh whole country; i would suggest to do Marrakech; Desert;Fes and Meknes then retrace your steps to the airport. your itinirary sound (a quick falsh to me) that's my openion!!!!

Re: Please help your opinion:)

by Heleneheart

hi,
I am sure you will enjoy this itnirary. In my point of view, it is a good one. go ahead.

Re: Please help your opinion:)

by angiebabe

Sounds good - but when you get to Erfoud are you not doing the must do and visiting the desert! the biggest dunes in Morocco are just there at Merzouga half-1 hour from Erfoud. actually I would assume you mean Merzouga or Rissani for the night rather than Erfoud.

Also the time for the things you have planned in Marrakech you will have to be strong and disciplined to get them fitted in in the time you are allowing -
youi might be trying to see too much in Casa maybe when you could get moving on down to Marrakech where more time is entitled.?

I would also not miss Telouet along the way - turns off the road you take between Marrakech and Ouarazazate at the top of the maiin pass there. Ive got a few tips on the place recommending it.
lunch Id have up in the gorges eg Kasbah la Vallee at Dades Gorge which I also have a tip on. Barryg has good tips too on the Dades gorge for lunch etc.
rather than Tinghr.
Its a very good itinerary. go for it!

Travel Tips for Casablanca

Water seller

by matcrazy1

This man in red clothes with bells (on the picture) sold the fresh and cold water from a leather sack. I met him at Mohammed V Place.

I didn't drink this water to be honest. Why? Hmm... because of hygiene, I suppose. Although I met (in Marrakech) tourists who had drunk water from water sellers and I saw them alive a few days later :-).
So... maybe next time. Although... hospitals in Morroco don't have good reputation :-(.

Quartier Habous

by TomorrowsAngel

Take a petit taxi to Quartier Habous (the new medina) which was built in the 1920s by the French. It’s interesting to wander through the streets and marvel at the Arabian-styled facades and doors on the buildings. The souk is lovely and has a ‘medieval’ feel to it.

Since I did not take this...

by pjallittle


Since I did not take this picture, I am not sure of where this is, but it is a large market of some sort. The picture is identical to another on this site, but it was not copied there, in case of objections which might be posed, don't. I know exactly where it came from.

By Plane

by keeweechic

Casablanca Airport is called Mohammed V and it is Morocco’s main airport for its size and volume of traffic. Many international flights arrive in Casablanca and transit to other cities, it is also the hub of the country’s airline – Royal Air Maroc. The airport is around 30kms south of the CBD. Trains and buses run from the airport to the main train station.

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Address: Airport Mohamed V, Nouasser, Casablanca, Morocco