Hotel Bellerive

38, Boulevard De La Corniche, Casablanca, 10050, Morocco

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Hotel Bellerive
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  • Families66
  • Couples25
  • Solo25
  • Business42
  • elgar22's Profile Photo

    What a shame


    We had pre booked this hotel and were looking forward to staying here. Hotel did not have any record of our reservation. They found us a room but this was dissapointing, ground floor next to childrens play area. We had booked a room with a sea view. had a lovely west facing terrace where we sipped beers and watched the sunset but that was the only good thing about the place. Facilities were pretty poor too - the room was not made up and there were no towels or toiletries and we had to ask twice before they brought any. The worst thing was the attitude of the man on reception. Didn't seem that bothered that our reservation had been messed up and was not really interested in doing anything about it. His idea of a remedy was to offer us a room with a balcony but also a broken shutter which meant you could not access it without doing a limbo underneath it. We stayed one night then checked in somewhere else.

    Unique Quality: Nice west facing terrace to watch teh sunset

    Directions: Main beach road

  • Doctor38's Profile Photo

    Best Hotel in Casa


    This is probably the best hotel in Town. I checked out of the hostel and came this hotel as soon as a room was available. My room had a great ocean view. The A/C and TV worked fine. The bath room was clean. The service was very good and staff was friendly and helpful. The restaurant Bar and cafe was very good place to eat and sit down to enjoy the great weather and atmosphere. The swimming pool and the garden are very pleasant and not too crowded.

    The hotel is located near the action in Ain Diab with plenty of restaurants, cafes and night life. you walk along the beach to reach to Sidi Abdel Rahman which is w km away. During summer this place is very busy and you better have a reservation or be incredibly luck to get a room. I can only imagine who empty this place would be in winter

    the prices were 473 DH for a single room and 634 for double. These prices include tax and breakfast. These are the prices for the busy summer months, if you arrive any other time bargain hard as I would expect a substantial discount

    Directions: Fax 022 797 Phone 022 797 516- 022 797 504

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hanspeter_W.'s new Casablanca Page

by hanspeter_W.


Casablanca is mixture of occidental and oriental.
Visit the beach of Corniche with best hotels and restaurants of town and visit old town with souk
Casablanca (in Arabic: الدار البيضاء ad-Dār al-Bayḍāʼ as well as کازابلانکا Kāzāblānkā; Spanish for white (blanca) house (casa) ; nicknamed by locals: Caza; Antique and original name in Amazigh: Anfa /) is a city in western Morocco, located on the Atlantic Ocean. It is the capital of the Greater Casablanca region.

With a population of over 3.1 million (3.85 million in "greater Casablanca" according to the September 2005 census), located at 33.59 [latitude in decimal degrees], -7.61 [longitude in decimal degrees] at an elevation/altitude of meters. The average elevation of Casablanca, Morocco is 17 meters. Casablanca is Morocco's largest city as well as its chief port. It's also the biggest city in the Maghreb. Casablanca is considered the economic capital of Morocco because it is the heart of Moroccan business; the political capital is Rabat. It is also the primary naval base for the Royal Moroccan Navy

Overview of Rabat

by yurxlnc


Rabat is the capital of Morocco.
It's very elegant in the Government area but the centre still retains its old traditional features.
There are so many interesting things to buy but particularly carpets, brassware and silver, and of course leather..

The palace covers a vast area and has a mosque in its grounds. Though cars can enter, the security police are rather suspicious of foreigners.
The palace grounds are surrounded by a laong wall built in traditional style..


Morocco is a favourite spot for European tourists because of the beaches.
Casablanca is a favourite spot and is mor cosmopolitan than Rabat..

debankh's new Africa Page

by debankh

Although I've been to Africa, I have hardly seen any of it at all so far! I have been to Egypt twice which is in more detail on my Middle East page. I will only add here that while on Semester at Sea in 1994, the ship docked in Casablanca, Morocco where I spent four days exploring, buying leather as well as venturing out to a small village outside of Casablanca to spend the day at the local market which was really neat.

I hope someday to add many more trips and countries to this page. I am thinking about taking a summer trip to Nairobi, Kenya and Tanzania where I would climb Mt. Kilamanjaro on a Contiki tour, but it is rather far to travel to (and expensive!) to go for only nine days which is all the time I can take off from work to go so I am not sure yet if I will go or wait until I have more time once I get there. I reeeaaallly want to climb Mt. Kilamanjaro very badly though, although it would be nice to have time for a safari at the same time too.


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