Le Zenith Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Route d'El Jadida, Angle 1077, Lissasfa, Casablanca, Morocco
Le Zenith Hotel & Spa
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39%

Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
16%
5
Very Good
13%
4
Average
10%
3
Poor
10%
3
Terrible
50%
15

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 28% lower than similarly priced 4 star hotels

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  • Families25
  • Couples7
  • Solo31
  • Business44

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Alternative to the Hotel

by Dizzydean about Casa Sweet Home

When in Casablanca Morocco staying at a big hotel can cost around $120 up. But for around $75 pn you can rent a studio apartment through CasaSweetHome.com. There are several locations to choose from. I recommend the Mariff Due to the local muslim customs, the major hotels do not allow female visitors. Therefore the freedom for local visitors to come to your residence as you please. Also, you are in the midst and living in amongst the locals and you are not hassled by the many beggers that prey upon guests at the major hotels. Easy access to shopping, cafes, markets, etc.

Within easy walking to the twin center complex, you will appreciate the charm of this very sunny apartment, combining tradition and modernity perfectly. within a pleasant framework, you will find all that it is necessary to feel you as on your premise also visit other apartments on the www.Casasweethome.com

Pizza by the sea ...

by shrimp56 about Le Jardin Restaurant/Pizzeria

It's pretty amazing that you can find pizza almost anywhere in the world. I've eaten it is Macedonia and Cambodia -- and it is obviously available in Casablanca, Morocco.

Notre Dam in Casablanca

by maxovna

Here in Africa page I can't but mention the strangest construction I've ever seen. It's the catholic church Notre Dam in Casablanca, Morocco. I mean that the shape of this building does not correspond to my usual idea of how a catholic church should look like. In Moscow some factories and plants look like that. The church is erected in modern style, the interior decorations are not finished yet.

Casablanca (Morocco) VT Meeting : December 29 2009

by AyurinHiro

Casablanca(Morocco) VT Meeting : December 29 2009

Chatting over drinks and pickled olives at Rick's Cafe

...Iain(iaint) from Kirkcaldy, UK.
...Ayurin(AyurinHiro) and hubby Hiroyuki from Osaka,Japan.

From left to right, Iain, Ayuri and Hiroyuki.

It was really nice meeting you, Iain!
We met at Rick's Cafe, which is named after the famous movie "Casablanca" :-)
Our meeting time was 20:00... but I'm sorry we got lost in the ancient medina and we were late! Thanks for waiting for us :-)
It was our first night in Morocco and it was Iain's last night bofore his departure next morning. We could hear his Morocco travel stories...which were really interesting.
In the cafe, they served olives...Iain said he had eaten a lot of pickled olives in Morocco. Oh,yes! After that night, we ate olives every day!
We had a great time with you! You and we are back to work after holidays in Morocco... but we hope to come back to Morocco someday in the near future!
Thank you so much for meeting us. :-)
It was really nice meeting you!
Hope to see you again ... :-)

Iain and Ayuri at Rick's Cafe.

Can you find Iain's face and Ayuri's face in the mirror??

Rick's Cafe :-)

Facade of Rick's Cafe.

C A S A B L A N C A, Toursit trap or not?

by Doctor38

The city could be a gigantic tourist trap. Visiting Casablanca is a must for many travellers who come to Morocco just because the city has biggest airport in the country. There are certainly better places in Morocco to spend your time and you can do that at a fraction of the cost with very little hassle, traffic and pollution. However there are things you can do in and around Casablanca for those of us who have no choice but to stay in the city.

so if you happen to be in the city, don't panic. You can still do and see few "Moroccan" things in the city. I tried to bring that out in my page.These things are not very obvious in a city dominated by the the fact that Casablanca is the economical hub of Morocco.

On the brighter side after you see the Casablanca, Morocco only gets more interesting :-))

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Forum Posts

how safe is it at the Casablanca airport

by Cabotco

my 20 year old will be flying from Accra Ghana to JFK with a connection
in Casablanca, Morocco.
Is it a reasonably safe airport-- are the chances good that she will get her
luggage on the other end.
She had a RT flight on N.American airlines direct and it was cancelled-- so this
was the best we could do to get her back to the states-- ie least stops and cheapest. Any advice or experience with the airport?

Re: how safe is it at the Casablanca airport

by SOLODANCER

Casablanca's international airport is a reputable well-functioning airport. More so recently after it has opened its newly-expanded modern terminal to accommodate an ever-expanding foreign traffic. So, as far as your immediate concern goes about your 20-year old's safety, you ought to just push aside your nervousness about things contrary to what you might have heard or read - which are usually very biased and inaccurate reporting in Western press about Morocco - and rest assured your child will soon be home with you and very likely with the luggage intact.

Re: how safe is it at the Casablanca airport

by sachara

I changed planes in Casablanca twice last year. It is quite easy and comfortable. Not any problem.

Re: how safe is it at the Casablanca airport

by leics

I'd have no concerns; it's an airport used by UK budget flights as well as mainstream carriers. She'll be fine (and i suspect her luggage will be too).

Re: how safe is it at the Casablanca airport

by JLBG

I can confirm that Mohammed-V airport in Casablanca is perfectly safe and well equiped.

Re: how safe is it at the Casablanca airport

by cabeyp

Departing Ghana you do not need to worry about Morocco!

looking for an accommodation in Sidi Maarouf Casablanca

by ajaxboy99

Hi All, I'm visiting Casablanca Morocco in next week will need to stay for about 3 months for work. The office location will be at Lottissement Attaoufik, N°13
Sidi Maarouf Casablanca, Maroc.

Could anybody help me in finding a furnished apartment room or reasonably cheap hotel to stay? Many thanks.

Re: looking for an accommodation in Sidi Maarouf Casablanca

by cabeyp

In Morocco everything is done by word of mouth so first I would ask you new colleagues/employer to recommend a budget hotel near your office or in a central location.
Once there I would start asking around. If you go through agents they will only try showing you expensive places ca €300+/ month
Depending on your expectations you might need to reajust them to
oroccan standards. If you go "Moroccan cheap" which can be under €200/month the living standard might not meet your expectation.
Just remember never say to a Moroccan I am looking for a cheap place and tell them you can afford e.g. €500 - in their eyes you are already in the wealthy category. If you are prepared to spend that much say you are looking for an exspensive place.
It makes a big difference as to what you will be shown.

Re: looking for an accommodation in Sidi Maarouf Casablanca

by windcity

I am not sure it is a good idea to say how much you can afford, A likely scenario is you will be shown a shabby place at a(silly) high price, when its rejected you will then be shown something a little better with a higher price. Renting an apartment for 3 months will give you some bargaining power.
Good Luck

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 Le Zenith Hotel

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Address: Route d'El Jadida, Angle 1077, Lissasfa, Casablanca, Morocco