- Reviews: 1440
Hotel des Negociants: Hotel des Negociants
Known in Arabic as Funduq at-Tujjar, or Hotel of the Tradesmen, not surprisingly this hotel is located just around the corner from Casablanca's central market, one block off Boulevard Mohammed V. Considering a twin room was half the price of the Astrid, just as clean, and with friendlier staff, this place was much better deal, and better located too.
Most of the other guests were either Moroccan or from other Arab countries, and I got the impression they weren't that used to having non-Arab guests, despite being mentioned in most guidebooks. That's not a criticism though.
My one gripe was probably the bathroom, as it was tiny, and the shower wasn't exactly plush...it reminded me of the basic one I had in my house in Sudan which barely worked! But this one did spurt out water, warmish but not hot, and functioned as a toilet flush at the same time.
Overall, this was not a bad place to stay, and i'd probably head here again if I was to return to Casablanca.
- Reviews: 1693
Hotel Majestic: reasonable price for 2-3 star hotel downtown
Tv, ensuite, comfortable bed, air conditiioning, basic breakfast but good coffee in a very basic dining area
- have stayed here a number of times but not for a few years now
- we always got a reasonable price to stay here and the rooms were always clean and comfortable but the dining room was a bit of a let down.
- Reviews: 1519
Novotel Casa City Centre: Cool!
Stayed a night here in December 09. It is only 2 years old and looks great - public areas and rooms. Stylish decor & furnishings - and spotless.
Got my non-smoking room as requested (always a bit of a worry with Accor hotels).
Had dinner there - a separate tip - but good.
Buffet breakfast was excellent. Staff friendly and helpful - apparently not often the case judging by reviews of other places in the city. Free wifi in the public areas.
Location is good too.
Its style, and the staff's friendliness.
- Reviews: 10970
The Dawliz Hotel is by the bay of Casablanca and not far from the Hassan II Mausoleum. They offer 43 rooms, most of which have their own terrace with a view. They also are equipped with a pool, gym and beauty centre and a restaurant and piano bar. There is a laundry and carpark available and the hotel offers Wifi internet connection and currency exchange.
- Reviews: 331
Youth Hostel: Cheap Accomedation
I stayed 2 nights in this nice friendly, bright and airy place. There is a dining hall and kitchen facilitates on the ground floor but no restaurant. The rooms are pretty basic but comfortable. . The toilets and showers are communal but very clean. No extra for hot water.
This hotel is located on the edge of the Medina; there is plenty of cheap accommodation around. The prices are 50 dh for a dorm room, 120 for a single room, 180 for a double. All prices include taxes and a breakfast.
This hostel is about 250 meters from the Casa port train station. After you exit the station turn right at the traffic light and then take left at the 2nd Medina wall opening. You’ll see the hostel to you right. Make sure you cross to the other side at the traffic light and than turn right.. YOU DON’T WANT TO BE CROSSING THE BUSY STREET.
- Reviews: 501
Hotel Windsor: Convenient, Cool
Super accomodating staff, great price, this is not supposed to be luxury travel - but it is budget travel at it's near best. And a sweet location if you've got your own car and want a near straight shot to the airport when you wake up.
- Reviews: 1601
Hotel Rialto: Another budget hotel
I also visited another hotel Rialto located on 9 Rue Salah ben Bouchaib (Tel: 022-275-122) which is not far from Hotel Galia (i.e. Central market). The hotel is well run. There is a open common area for TV room, but the corridor to the room is a bit dim. The room is a bit dim but tidy. The room rate S/D 100/140 without bathroom.
Compared to Hotel Galia for DH150, I prefer Hotel Galia.
- Reviews: 22
Hotel de Foucauld: A Cheapie but a Goodie
Located in central Casa, this old French hotel is worn & faded (could use with a coat of paint & new wall pictures) but it still offers budget travellers excellent bang for the buck. Situated near inexpensive restaurants & take-aways.
Walkable (assuming that you travel lightly) from both the CTM (bus) and train stations.
Cheap and central.
- Reviews: 91
A modern hotel. Rooms are heated, bathroom, satellite TV. The hotel has a restaurant and a bar. This hotel is really convenient because it's next to Casa Voyageur trains station where all trains stops and where you can get the airport shuttle (30 Dh/pers for one way trip).
Beer: 20-38 Dh (US$2-4)
Sandwiches: 30 Dh (US$3)
- Reviews: 837
HOLIDAY INN CROWNE PLAZA
HOLIDAY INN CROWNE PLAZA
The seafront promenade, with its outdoor cafés, restaurants and nightclubs, is only two miles away.
Rond Point Hassan II
Tel. (212) 022 48 80 33
Fax. (212) 022 29 30 29
- Reviews: 2442
There is a very beautiful hotel directly across the street from the old city, a Hyatt Regency. It looked lovely. We went into the hotel and saw the lobby and the cocktail lounge that was right there.
- Reviews: 2957
We stayed at the fabulous ...
We stayed at the fabulous Sheraton Casablanca Hotel right here in the city center. This huge hotel has got everything... from disco to bars, lounges, fitness club etc... and it's not far away from the Royal Place, Hassan II Mosque and even the beach!
The current published (discounted) rate is: US$233++ per room per night.
I don't think I paid this much to stay here. I mean, I wouldn't pay this kind of money to stay in a place like Casablanca. No offence meant to any Moroccans, but things here are generally very inexpensive. Maybe if you're a member of the Sheraton Hotel/ Westin Hotel chain, they might give you a better deal.
- Reviews: 2957
Another great hotel here in ...
Another great hotel here in Casablanca is the beautiful HYATT REGENCY CASABLANCA HOTEL.
This hotel is ideally and centrally located in the heart of Casablanca’s city center overlooking the Medina (Old City) and just 2 kilometers away from one of the world’s LARGEST mosques - the Mosque Hassan II Mosque. Actually, it is just across the street from the Medina! It is also near to the Port and the Atlantic Ocean.
- Reviews: 182
We stayed at Hotel de Noailles...
We stayed at Hotel de Noailles in downtown Casablanca. It was probably pretty fancy years ago, but the faded grandeur was lost on us. It was simple and clean though and that's all we wanted.
The double room cost us 299DH (which is roughly about $30US) a night.
- Reviews: 181
Hotel Al Mounia ****
Hotel Al Mounia ****
TV in the rooms so you can listen to Quran recitals 24h a day (maybe that's an exaggeration but whenever I switched it on it was some sort of religious broadcast - quite unusual for a European I guess).
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