JM Suites Hotel

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

161 Angle Rachidi Boulevard & Moulay Hassan First Ave, Area Moulay Youssef, Casablanca, 20000, Moroc
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
25%
12
Very Good
38%
18
Average
27%
13
Poor
6%
3
Terrible
2%
1

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 43% less and rated 10% higher than other 5 star hotels

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Good For Couples
  • Families44
  • Couples70
  • Solo60
  • Business53

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Forum Posts

Transit Visa

by Ankurankur

Hi,
I will be travelling via Cassablanca to Monrovia on 21/10/09.
My stay at Cassablanca airport is of 8hrs from 11am to 7pm.
Can i get a visa to go outside the airport for a short city tour.
If yes @ what cost.

Re: Transit Visa

by angiebabe

You are flying tomorrow so hopefully youve already found out what position youre in - as for help right at this morment there is no info to give us details of what nationality you are/what passport you are travelling on - many/most nationalities have simply to fill in an entry card on arrival and have their passports stamped and same again on departure - at no cost.

Its well worth it as youd have time to go on a tour of the amazing Hassan mosque, have a stroll along the beach and have coffee or luscious orange juice overlooking the sea - or have a roam around some of the old centre where there interesting art nouveau type architecture - and even go shopping in the Habous quartier.

Travel Tips for Casablanca

the old medina

by call_me_rhia

The old medina of Casablanca is not quite like the old medina in other Moroccan cities - it's much smaller, less stunning but - maybe - more authentic. You won't see many "tourist-oriented" shops, but real shops where normal people go to buy what they need... a butcher's, a bakery, a tea shop. None of them looking to clean, though...

The best and most obvious place to enter the old medina is at Chakib-Arsalane, from there on you'e better off just following your instinct and zig-zag anywhere you feel like going. Explore it... discover it. A word of warning, though - it's supposed to be very unsafe at night, so you'd better stick to broad daylight visits The fondest memory of this very little old medina was discovering the most amazing little mosque, Chleuh Mosque... with a mynaret that looks as if it was made of lacework. Great style and architecture. A little gem.

HASSAN II GREAT MOSQUE...

by LysDor

THE PURIFICATION HALL

Before prayer, muslims ritually cleanse themselves. For this reason all mosques incorporate areas known as Purification Halls.
Here it's an area of 18.800 square meters divided into two rooms, one for men and one for women with 41 flower shaped bassins.

Packing List

by pjallittle


Answering this question over and over again is giving me a Mommy complex. Do you really need to be told? Seriously?

C'mon, you can't really be serious, now, can you?

Take a blue bag, or a red one, take one you can find, you need lots of help. Tie a bright ribbon or distinctive yarn to the handle so you can spot it quickly. That is meant to be serious advice. Not very many people do this, so it works quite well.

Palace Mahakma du Pacha

by matcrazy1

As I remember well, it was impossible to visit interior of the Palace Mahakma du Pacha, I could just look at exterior of the palace.
The Mahkama du Pacha, built in 1948 (or 1953 - depends on a travel book haha) in the hispano-mauresque style was the sumptuous edifice which housed both the courts of justice and reception rooms for state occasions.

Bus and taxi

by Sambawalk

There is no shortage of buses and taxi. Each bus ride is Dh3 and Taxi meter starts at DH1.9. A fairly distance within the city should not cost more than Dh10, such as from central market to CASA-Voyageurs train station.

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Address: 161 Angle Rachidi Boulevard & Moulay Hassan First Ave, Area Moulay Youssef, Casablanca, 20000, Moroc