Le Royal Mansour Meridien

4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 Stars

27 Av de l'Armee Royale, Casablanca, 21000, Morocco

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Le Royal Mansour Meridien
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Rated 14% higher but also costs 25% more than other 4.5 star hotels

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    Cozy hotel


    A nice cozy hotel situated what seemed to be the main district as most of the hotels were around it. Walking distance from Old Madina market, and Hasan II mosque is 5 minutes drive.

    Boast 2 restaurants; 1 continental style, the other Moroccan. For Moroccan restaurant you need a prior reservation. In addition has a bar, fitness center, business room, etc.

    Very courteous and helpful staff.

    Unique Quality: Le Royal Mansour Meridien, considered the most prestigious hotel in Casablanca, is an oasis of calm in the heart of the economic capital of the Kingdom of Morocco. Established as one of the best hotels in Morocco, situated centrally in the country's largest city and economic capital, It offers a palatial blend of traditional Moroccan architecture with contemporary comfort and modern technology, surrounded by deep-cushioned luxury.
    The hotel prides itself on its elegance, style and warmth of service, combined with luxurious amenities and excellent cuisine (from their URL).

    Directions: Situated near the Old Madina market, not very far from Hasan Mosque.

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Le Royal Mansour MERIDIEN -...

by Oray

Le Royal Mansour MERIDIEN - CASABLANCA This hotel owned by King, and you can notice the all undercover security. Discounted price was $160 per night, door rate is about 250. Its a five star hotel and my room was 618.

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by puppylix76


Went with my mom to Morocco during Nov. of 2003. Casablanca was the first stop. Stayed at the Hyatt right next to the Old Medina. Casablanca had a very European feel. What surprised me was how close all the major attrations were to each other. From our hotel, my mom and I were able to walk to the Place des Nations Unis, Old Medina, Place mohammed V, and even the Mosque Hassan II.

The medina in Casablanca was not as charming as the others we visited in Morocco. It is more utilitarian than quaint. The Mosque Hassan II was very impressive. Its massive scale cannot be registered through photographs. The views of the city are beautiful from the mosque as well.....white-washed buildings against the blue sky and ocean. The crashing of the waves echoes against the sides of the mosque adding to the drama.

We spent one day and one night in Casblanca. Dinner at the Hyatt was amazing, as well as breakfast at the Royal Mansour down the street.

From Casablanca we took the train to Marrakech. The train was very clean and modern and the views were even better. It was amazing to see small villages that appeared to be right out of the bible so close to such modern railways. The shepherds waved as the trains went by.


Marrakech is beyond description and beyond my wildest imagination. the modern city does not compete with the medina. The fusion of the architecture reminded me of Washington DC


Forum Posts

Unmarried Travellers and Hotels

by KNB

My best friend (male, caucasian) and I (female, african american) are planning a trip to Morocco this July. We'll be staying in the Le Royal Mansour Meridien in Casablanca and Le Meridien N' Fis in Marakesh.

Will we have any trouble sharing a room, since we are not married? I am worried that I may be mistaken as a Moroccan woman.

Any suggestions on how to overcome this?

RE: Unmarried Travellers and Hotels

by chanito

Yes, show them your passports. That will clear the problem straight away.

RE: Unmarried Travellers and Hotels

by iwys

Don't worry. How would they know you are not married anyway? Muslims and many other people don't change their names when they get married. You don't need to show a marriage certificate at hotels.

RE: RE: Unmarried Travellers and Hotels

by angiebabe

Sorry but my 3 years of travelling and living in morocco and having to show my passport at hotels is a figment of my imagination!

once they see your passport is not moroccan you should be fine. and the hotels you are staying at are 3-4 star or more and thats particularly where there is less problem with the unmarried issue.


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 Le Royal Mansour Meridien

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Address: 27 Av de l'Armee Royale, Casablanca, 21000, Morocco