Casablanca Appart'Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

120 quartier Florida, Sidi Maarouf, Casablanca, 20190, Morocco
Casablanca Appart'hotel
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 39% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Couples42
  • Solo100
  • Business47

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Casablanca to Agadir via Marrakech

by Ed&Carol

Our family is on a cruise which docks in Cassablanca. We want to travel overland to Marrakech and catch up with our cruise ship again the next day when it leaves from Agadir. Are there reputable tour companies who would provide this service for us? What would such an excursion cost? How do we go about searching for such a service?

Re: Casablanca to Agadir via Marrakech

by john9159

Try the following, they can cater for all your requirements they tell me:
Four Seasons Travel/Sunway Travel,
2nd floor, Immeuble 4, Galerie Al Inbiatt, Avenue Hassan II, Agadir 80000.
Tel: 048 84 07 51 Fax: 048 84 00 41 Website: None E-mail:


Four Seasons Travel/Sunway Travel,
161 Rue Mohammed El Beqal, Gueliz, Marrakech.
Tel: 024 43 23 99/024 43 00 58/024 43 54 17
Website: None E-mail: Try

They are an Irish operated company, e-mail is the same for either office.

If you wanted to go yourself to Marrakech this is easy enough, most go by bus and others by taxi but as you are time constrained, perhaps the best option is with an operator.

Travel Tips for Casablanca

Casablanca Tip

by nessie-ch

My taxi driver took me to a very special bakery
in the section of the town called 'Le quartier des Habbous'
You'll find pastries made with almonds and honey... mmmhhh... have a try and go to this bakery...


by LysDor

Despite modifications throughout the centuries, the basic structure of mosques remain the same. There is always a space reserved for ablutions (the purification room), a hall for prayer, a niche known as the Mihrab showing the direction of Mecca and a minaret from which the muezzin calls the faithful to prayer.
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Drinking Water:

The water...

by Krystynn

Drinking Water:

The water is NOT SAFE TO DRINK here in Morocco. So... don't even DRINK the FRUIT JUICES here (because once something has been mixed with water, it's 'contaminated').... One of my greedy girlfriends drank a glass of orange juice from our hotel's restaurant and she suffered from severe stomache for the rest of the day. Sigh...

In a restaurant, ask for a bottle of mineral water UNOPENED. Have them open it at your table and you can be sure you won't get local water ... bottled. :-)

Most people know how to ask for unopened bottled water when traveling in areas where the drinking water is
not safe, but they may not realize that it's all too easy to get sick from ingesting water while showering,
even if trying to keep one's mouth closed.

The solution? Always keep mouthwash in your mouth while showering. It will help you remember to keep your mouth closed and the antibacterial agent in it will help purify any water that gets in anyway (e.g. through your nose).

For me, I used mineral water (costing 10 dirhams per large bottle... very cheap!) to brush my teeth and to wash my face. I don't want to take any chances because I don't want to fall ill in a foreign land.

P.S. The water is safe to the locals who are used to it. This doesn't matter if you're a resident of Morocco or the UK: remember, to the residents living in the country, the water is safe.... but not to the travelers! Our tummy's not accustomed to it yet. All water contains different sets of microbes and
mineral deposits, even in the US. If you aren't used to a country's drinking water, then you may get
sick just because it is different.

Be safe, buy bottled water cheap at the supermarket.

Please also DON'T trust the locals in a developing country to tell you that their water is safe to drink. Again, for them, it is safe to drink. For you, it probably isn't. The price is small compared to what could be a disastrous effect on your trip by
drinking the local water. When in doubt, play it safe!

Photo Below: A Moroccan Hammam.

White mosque

by matcrazy1

This white mosque with unusually short minaret I found next to Royal Palace wall. Notice the typical in North Africa (Tunisia and Morocco) square shape of the minaret. In Turkey all were round.

Unfortunately there was no way to climb to the top to see the Royal Palace above the walls :-(.
Maybe just because of the famous neighbour it wasn't very tall. It's not a good habit to see what the king is doing :-).

CTM bus to Essaouira

by earthflyer

CTM have 3 buses departing for Essaouira.

Journey time is 7 hours.

Tickets are around 120 dirhams plus 5 dirhams for luggage.

Please use this as a rough guide only.

The bus station in Casablanca is the headquarters for the company with destinations all over the country. There is also a very nice cafe next door.


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