Hotel Les Saisons

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

19 Rue Oraibi jilali (ex rue de Foucauld), Casablanca, 20000, Morocco
Hotel les Saisons
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Costs about the same, but rated 27% higher than other 4 star hotels

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Is Hassan II Mosque tour available on Fri & Sun?

by manyung

Hi all,
i will arrive Casablanca on 28/8/09 (Fri)and continue my trip to other cities, back on casablanca on 6/9/09 (SUN) It is the period of ramadan, i wonder if anyone know the tour availble on Fri and Sun? will it still be 9am, 10 am, 11am and 2pm during ramadan? thank you so much! you will do me a big favour for telling me!

Re: Is Hassan II Mosque tour available on Fri & Sun?

by jeanmarckbartez

Yes, you can continue your trip: you have 8 days in Morocco

first day: arrival in Casablanca and visite Rabat the capital(night in rabat)
2 day : Rabat - fes
3 day : Fes - fes(visite of the city)
4 day : Fes - desert(erg chabbi dunes)
5 day : Desert - ourzazate
6 day : Ouarzazate - Marrakech
7 day : Marrakech - Marrakech (visite of the city)
8 day : Marrakech - Casablanca ( Airoprt)

the end of trip

Re: Is Hassan II Mosque tour available on Fri & Sun?

by angiebabe

Hi as far as I know for usual Fridays the first tour is at 2pm, it is hard to tell what they will do for the tours they would normally for that afternoon during Ramadan - most probably they will not open, but then they might!
as far as I know its closed Sundays.
but try getting the number of the tourist office - do a google or international for it for Casa - and ask them.

Re: Is Hassan II Mosque tour available on Fri & Sun?

by manyung

according to loney planet, there is no tour on friday, Hassan II Mosque open Sat- Thu. but i will visit there during Ramaden, so there maybe some change of the opening time as well as the guided tour. i really want to know the answer, can someone tell me?

Re: Is Hassan II Mosque tour available on Fri & Sun?

by angiebabe

Hi, I would still suggest phoning the people who are the most likely to know which is the Casablanca tourist office. One thing about Morocco and about events during Ramadan is the unpredictability so obtain the phone number and give them a call.

Travel Tips for Casablanca

Casablanca The Movie

by keeweechic

Most people young and old will be aware of the movie “Casablanca” even if they have never seen it and the expression “Play it again Sam” despite the fact that this actual phrase was never said in the movie,a and “Here’s looking at you Kid”. The film was made in 1942 and of course filmed in Casablanca which was very colonial at that time. While there were a variety of characters from many countries the most notable were the leading stars Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman. Shortly after its completion, the allies invaded North Africa. A truly romantic story which despite its initial critical reception, won three Academy Awards and one of the greatest films of all time.

Following the movie “Casablanca”, several other movies were shot there. The later ones were “The Usual Suspects”, “Out Cold”, “The Good German” and one of the series of “Moonlighting” was also filmed there.



by pjallittle


Catherine and Ali both had canes, the difference being that Catherine really needed one. Ali just looks like he might, but he could outrun a racehorse.

Our travel partners this day are now friends who we stay in touch with. We were table mates along with others during a 28 day voyage. It is surprising how close you can become with people when traveling long distances.

Along with another couple who sat at the adjacent table, we have traveled since with Ralph and Catherine, Arnie and Linda, last time on the cruise ship NORWAY the only other remaining truly grand ship from yesteryear.

I've told the story before but one more time will be okay for those who are only looking at this page. While following our guide Ali around, we happened in on a rug merchant. Our friend Arnie and his wife, Linda, who reside in Ormond Beach, Florida, were busily negotiating for this lovely Moroccan Rug.

Spotting us, Arnie came over to me and told me that he thought he was getting the better of the merchant. Arnie has a delightful Texas drawl, very assured of himself, a real together kind of guy.

Several days later, at a shop in Southampton, England, Arnie and Linda saw the identical carpet in a small store. It was at half or more less than the one he had bought in Morocco. The shopowner informed him that it was imported from Sri Lanka.

A few years later, the National Geographic gift booklet featured a highly styled beautiful mousepad. It was a replica of a Moroccan rug, not unlike the one Arnie bought. I suggested to Ann that we send it to him as a gift. We decided that perhaps that would be like rubbing salt in a wound.

Traditional Hammam

by podinfrance

Bain Ziani
Just back from Casablanca, the visit was one of those stupid single day cruise ship types, but we crammed plenty in. We went to a traditional Hamman (bath house) and had "the works" we were scrubbed and sea weeded and massaged and soaped. It took about 90 minutes, the women are obviously separate from the men, and the space is great, marble and tile, and hot and soapy. It cost about 30 euro per person, and was just weird enough to be great.

Palais de Justice

by matcrazy1

This building with Moroccan flag on the top and with fantastic palm trees around Is located on Av. Hassan II just opposite to Place Mohammed V. It Is Palais de Justice = Palace of Justice.

I've found it another great example of modern French-Arab architecture. And as always the area where official (government) buildings stand are the cleanest :-).

Grand Taxi

by keeweechic

These are old Mercedes which will take more than the Petit taxis and therefore should only be used in this instance as they are more expensive. They are really more for longer journeys such as between cities. Grand Taxis do not have metres and the cost of the trip should be negotiated beforehand. This will be based on the distance and time it will take.


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 Hotel Les Saisons

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Address: 19 Rue Oraibi jilali (ex rue de Foucauld), Casablanca, 20000, Morocco