Maamoura Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

59 Rue ibn Batouta , Quartier deb Omar, near Central Market, Casablanca, 20000, Morocco
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 20% less and rated 14% higher than other 3 star hotels

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  • Solo67
  • Business94

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pubs & bars

by iaint

Anyone know a pub or bar to meet up with some other VTers?

Not a nightclub or cabaret - just somewhere to enjoy a few quiet drinks!

Re: pubs & bars

by travelgourmet

Casablanca for a few quiet drinks. Ah, that sounds great. Wish I was there. Maybe a bit sophisticated but when one says Casablanca, I think of Rick and his Cafe Americain with Humphrey Bogart in the role. A true classic and for the past 5 years, say hello to "Madame Rick", a Rick's Cafe has been in Casablanca. A real throwback in design and ambiance with a piano player with the name, Issam, his real name. Yes, he will play "As Time goes By". In the movie, Sam, is the piano player and Issam's name is pronounced I-sam. Great coincidence or is it. It might be considered a bar, a restaurant, a nightclub, maybe even a cabaret, but this is Casablanca and you are in Rick's Cafe. See website:

Re: pubs & bars

by iaint

Thanks Larry - could be the one!

Travel Tips for Casablanca

During my stop-over stay of 3...

by travelstevie

During my stop-over stay of 3 days before travelling to Brazil, I saw the ' kashbah's ' old market places and very small streets. Casablanca is a bit old glory (see movie Casablanca with Humprey Bogart)but now becoming a real modern city. Gives you the impression life stood still overthere; nice to see though.


by LysDor

The temple has marble floor - heated in winter time, an automatic sliding roof made of light steel and decorated with cedar wood from Atlas Mountains (3.400 square meters with a weight of 1.100 tons) which opens in 3min bringing fresh air in summer, 360 loudspeakers, lamps made from venetian crystal, crafted in Murano: 7 of these weight 1.200kg and smaller ones 600kg. Along with the white marble from Carrara that decorates the area of the Mihrab these represent the only importad materials used in this masterpiece.

all purpose sari

by bodecia

First of all - don't take too much with you, you'll probably end up buying more than you planned.
Do include a large scarf or sari in your luggage (this is a tip for women). Just cut the sari in half, you can use it to cover up after swimming, and more important to use as a sheet in the sometimes less hygienic budget hotels! Take a warm jacket in winter. Days are sunny, but it gets cold late afternoon, and very cold at night.

Prefecture Mechouar de Casablanca

by matcrazy1

Prefecture Mechouar de Casablanca was located near Mosque Mohammed V. Well, "mechouar" means a fortified palace with a parade ground.

The building with a very large Arabic gate looks impressive and is guarded by an armed soldier. You can make him a photo if he allows you - simply ask him preferrably in Arab or French language haha. He allowed me to take him alone a photo although I didn't know Arab language (neither French).

By the way, French language is not obligatory at Moroccan schools since early 1990s but almost all children choose just this language. I wonder why? :-)

Petit Taxi

by keeweechic

Petit Taxis are small Fiats which travel around the city and are fairly cheap. They will take up to 3 passengers but this also includes a baby. They can only travel within the city limits. Most have metres and you should make sure they are switched on. At night a 50% surcharge is added.


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 Maamoura Hotel

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Maamoura Hotel Casablanca

Address: 59 Rue ibn Batouta , Quartier deb Omar, near Central Market, Casablanca, 20000, Morocco