Oum Palace Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

12 Rue Kamal Mohamed, Casablanca, 20000, Morocco
Oum Palace Hotel
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  • Families50
  • Couples37
  • Solo33
  • Business50

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A cheap Hostel in Casablanca

by hassanshawky

Hello everybody,

I m going to visit Casablanca next December for one week with a low budget,
Can anybody tell where is the cheapest hostels in the town ?
And what is the weather is going to be like in that time?

best wishes for all

Re: A cheap Hostel in Casablanca

by leics

No-one can predict the weather so far in advance.

You can find averages here, to give you a rough idea:



Re: A cheap Hostel in Casablanca

by hassanshawky

hi leice

thank you very much for your informatiom ,it was realy usefull to me,
but I also wanted to know if somebody has a personal experience of the weather in that time in Casablanca.

Re: A cheap Hostel in Casablanca

by TheLongTone

Warmish in the daytime, can get chilly at night.

Re: A cheap Hostel in Casablanca

by hassanshawky

thanks alot....

what about the cheap hostels???

Re: A cheap Hostel in Casablanca

by TheLongTone

Can't help you there I'm afraid. & having looked at your homepage & found out you come from Saudi Arabia, I think I'd amend my answer to 'chilly in the daytime, cold at night.... I was judging by Brisish standards!

Re: A cheap Hostel in Casablanca

by earthflyer

I stayed at the Hotel des Negrociants in Casablanca, basic budget hotel.

you will find location, images & prices on my Casablanca page.

Re: A cheap Hostel in Casablanca

by krazy

hotel colbert 38 rue chaouia tel 314241 ask for anwar 80dh per night + 5dh for shower 10 min walk from the train station 3 min walk from the ctm bus station budget but central.

Re: A cheap Hostel in Casablanca

by angiebabe

the Lonely Planet has a few good suggestions on cheap hostels and hotels. Also checkout the latest Footprints which is overall an excellent guide to get for any travelling in Morocco.

Re: A cheap Hostel in Casablanca

by tinasmart

Try www.hostelworld.com

Travel Tips for Casablanca

There was one good restaurant...

by fannym

There was one good restaurant in Casablanca, the other restaurants were dirty and the food was really bad. My best memory when I found this restaurant.
I dont know the name, but I was very disappointed with my vacation in casablanca.


by LysDor

This is a real piece of art and true beauty!

There were TWO reasons why this mosque had to be built on water and in Morocco:

1. *The throne of God was upon waters* and *From water have we created life* (Verses from the Koran)

2. To restore moroccoan traditional craftmanship.

It's the tallest religious building in the world, and the second largest area of the Muslim world, after the Mosque in Mecca.

Two thirds of it is over water and while inside you can hear it when it's high-tide.

Aïd el Kebir

by CliffClaven

Many of old Cliffie's glimpses of Moroccan life that few tourists experience were thanks to a Moroccan friend - Saad by name but not by nature - who introduced him to his family and friends. Invited to Saad's family home for the important Moslem festival of Aïd el Kebir - commemorating Abraham's obedience to God - old Cliffie was pushed to the front when the official slaughterer came to kill the sheep tethered in the courtyard. Blood splattered over his legs as the sheep was ritually killed. The matriarch of the family rushed to supervise the skinning, dismemberment and evisceration of the animal - and half an hour later a plate of tender heart kebabs was served.

A walk around Casablanca

by venteeocho

A walk around Casablanca will demonstrate clearly that Casablanca was the place that the French colonial authorities gave most attention. And money. The old colonial centre of Casablanca is not small, and refreshingly beautiful. The buildings are of a French version of Arabo-Andalucian architecture, white with soft lines, and often plenty of details.

Corners do often give away the best examples, and happily, the buildings are most of the time in very good condition. The area to explore is south of Avenue des Forces Armées Royales, but of special interest is the Place des Nations Unies, which has the largest structures. Further east and south buildings are less impressive, but equally interesting.

Bus stations

by Doctor38

There are 2 main bus stations in Casablanca. The first one is the CTM bus station which is located in the Down town area. This station is easy to find and reach as it is located behind the Sheraton Hotel. Buses leave to destinations in Morocco. It has a baggage storage area that will cost you 5 DH per day. The facility has canteen, a gift shop and a car rental agency.

The other bus station is called Ouelad Zyan and it is located few kilometres out side town. To get there you need to take a taxi or a bus. I arrived once to Ouelad Zyan station at night and it is NOT the most pleasant place to be. You can take bus number 10 from Avenue Mohamed V to it. This bus station is the hub for all non CTM companies which means that they are probably cheaper with more destination and frequency but I would still recommend the CTM bus station. There is a a bag storage area and a café.


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