Hotel Transatlantique

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

79, rue Chaouia (ex Colbert), Casablanca, 2000, Morocco
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Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
2%
1
Very Good
6%
3
Average
23%
10
Poor
27%
12
Terrible
39%
17

Value Score Average Value

Costs 55% less but rated 36% lower than other 4 star hotels

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  • Families33
  • Couples18
  • Solo45
  • Business44

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Public Transport from AIRPORT TO Train Station (Casa Port)

by youngken

Anybody know?
Thanks

Re: Public Transport from AIRPORT TO Train Station (Casa Port)

by hawkhead

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mohammed_V_International_Airport
http://www.worldtravelguide.net/airport/230/airport_guide/Africa/Mohammed-V-Airport.html
are at least two of the sites that will give you the information. This "information is readily available on Google by asking "casablanca airport" or
"public transport from airport to railway station casablanca".

Re: Public Transport from AIRPORT TO Train Station (Casa Port)

by earthflyer

There are a few trains to Casa-Port but most go to Casa-Voyageurs train station.

Otherwise take a direct taxi, should cost no more than 300 Dirhams.

Otherwise take the train to Casa-Voyaguers trains station and get a taxi from there to Casa-port train station it will cheaper than Direct taxi with only 2km between thoses station. Trains leave the airport everyhour from 6am to midnight.

Train journey is 35minutes for about 40 dirhams.

Travel Tips for Casablanca

Casablanca - The City -

by LysDor

CASABLANCA is a mixture of occidental modern cities where the oriental exotism is still present. CASA, as everyone call it, is the 5th largest city of the African continent.

Yes it's very modern and is located nearby the seashore.
The picture is from my hotel window towards the harbor!

visit the following places of...

by Krystynn

visit the following places of interest:

- Grand Mosque Hassan II

- La Corniche

- Marché Central

- Quartier des Habous

- Royal Golf Anfa

- Royal Golf Mohammedia

These are just some of the must-see tourist attractions here in the city. Don't miss them!

Photo Below: The Grand Hassan II Mosque.

THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND
How...

by LysDor



THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND

How much tipping?

The currency of Morocco is the dirham (MAD), which is sub-divided into 100 centimes.

Unless a service charge is added, tipping is expected and around 10-15% of the bill is customary in higher-class restaurants. When dining in traditional restaurants and cafés, a few dirhams may be left as a tip.

Bellboys and porters may be tipped five or ten dirhams per bag, and chamber service five or ten dirhams per night's stay. Taxi journeys can be rounded up to the nearest dirham.

How to dress?

The dominant religion of Morocco is Islam, which advocates certain dress ethics that differ between sexes. As a general rule, it is appropriate to dress modestly.

Traditionally, Arab women cover their faces with veils, though this custom is changing. However, women should not wear anything that may be considered too revealing. Shoulders, arms, and legs should be covered up. Loose clothing is recommended as it disguises the figure.

Gentlemen are advised to wear long trousers (unless playing a sport or relaxing by the hotel swimming pool). When in public, a shirt should be worn that fully covers the shoulders

Language

The official language of Morocco is Arabic; however, Berber dialects are often spoken, especially in more rural locations. French is the preferred language for business, in government, and in education, but English and Spanish are also commonly used throughout the country for business.

Miscellanious

Visitors must remove their shoes before entering a mosque, and clothing should be modest.

It is unacceptable to take photographs of any woman whose face is covered by a veil.

Women are allowed to sit at the terrace of cafés but they still rather go inside.



Thank you for visiting - Hope you had FUN !



Parc de la Ligue Arabe

by matcrazy1

Parc de la Ligue Arabe is the biggest park in Casablanca. It looked fantastic especially that I always loved palm trees :-).
Generally park is in French style but surely with African plants.
Made in 1918, this magnificent garden contained a children's amusement park, cafes and small restaurants. It was very nice place for walking, relaxing, coffee break etc.

Road Tolls

by keeweechic

Every now and then on the highways you will come to a stop at toll booths which follows the French style of toll collecting. The fees are not considered high for tourists but too high for the average local and so these roads do not tend to be too busy.

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 Hotel Transatlantique

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Address: 79, rue Chaouia (ex Colbert), Casablanca, 2000, Morocco