Kenzi Tower Hotel

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Twin Center Angle, Blvd Zerktouni, Casablanca, 20 000, Morocco

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Kenzi Tower Hotel
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Satisfaction Very Good
Very Good

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 28% less than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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  • Couples70
  • Solo60
  • Business63
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    A down town home from home with a view


    This was recommended by my local colleagues. The experience was a little mixed - unusual and slow elevators. Staff who seem unable to understand a question or two, even when it is asked in Arabic and French.

    Unique Quality: It was quite a luxurious hotel with a sky bar and high level restaurant. There is a hotel spa and good menus.

    Located in the city centre and a short travel distance from the Atlantic coast line of Casablanca.

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Forum Posts

2am taxi ride from airport to hotel near marina

by rwjstohr

My flight will arrive between 1am and 2am - all the suggestions for public transport by train etc. seem to be valid during normal hours only. So are there taxis available at that time, what price could I expect and what are the rules - is a meter being used, do i have to agree the price in advance, any chance to recognize "official taxis"? Thanks...

Re: 2am taxi ride from airport to hotel near marina

by windcity

In Arrivals you will find a taxi desk, they will tell you a price and allocate you a driver. Prices are fixed. I am sorry I do not know the price. There are always taxi's available when flights arrive. You could book a taxi through your hotel, but this will cost more.

Travel Tips for Casablanca

casablanca in a nutshell

by call_me_rhia

Casablanca, the white city with 4 milion inhabitants... Not exactly a pretty city, but with its moments of charm... Casablanca is the economic capital capital of Morocco, and it's very cosmopolitan. It's also famous for its nightlife (did not check it out) and its excellent restaurants (truly excellent). Compared to the rest of Morocco it's supposed to be much dirther and slightly more dangerous - yet it is really not as bad as western cities of the same size. My fondest memory in Casablanca is the architecture. Hassan II mosque is just so beautiful - it's worth visiting Casalanca just to see it, really. Less eye-catching, but very beautiful, are the old French colonial buildings that are left in town... there's some superb architecture to be seen. By contrast, one should not visit Casablanca in search of ancient oriental buildings - even the old medina, though charming, is nothing spectacular compared to the one of marrakech.

Structural Details

by jujub

...and i just love how the doors were done, and the space left open above them... There are a lot of details, and the place is very clean..

Here, you can compare the size of the people against the size of the door -- now you can imagine the size of the minaret!!!

The Henna Ladies

by Urban_Kitten

"Henna ladies" (as I like to call them) are ubiquitous in Morocco. Often they will aggressively grab your hand in an effort to start the hennaing process before you can say "no" or strike a price. I found that the best way to deal with this is to have your hands hennaed at the very first opportunity (either back home or when you first land in Morocco). When a Henna Lady grabs your hand and sees that someone has beaten her to you, she'll back off immediatel ... it's easier than saying no over & over again.

Casablanca. Mosque of Hassan 2 -

by ac_bouchouka

The king of Morocco at the time, Hassan 2, first mentioned this mosque in 1980, declaring that he would build it on the water, because the throne of God is on the water.
The mosque was inaugurated on August 30, 1993. It was designed by the French architect, Michel Pinseau, and has the tallest minaret in the world, with its 200 metres. There is room for 20,000 worshippers inside the mosque at the same time, and the courtyard gives space for another 80,000.
2,500 men worked on two shifts in order to complete the mosque of Hassan 2. The marble came from Agadir, the granite from Tafraoute, while the glass was imported from Venice, Italy.
The mosque was funded by donations, and the total cost was an estimated US$800,000,000.


by xaver

Casablanca is full of discos, most of them are hotel's nightclubs, I had the best time in Cabarets, where you can drink beer, listen to Moroccan music and, sometime watch some belly dance performances. I must say that Morocco is one of the places where people are more formal in dressing, you see really many elegant epople in the cabarets, bars or elsewhere, anyway, even if I was absolutely casual, I had never have trouble in entering any place.


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