I'm not sure what I would say about a recommendation, since I have no way to compare it to other hotels in Casablanca. There is nothing really wrong with it, but nothing remarkable either. I liked my hotel stays in other cities much better. I spent 2 nights here--one at each end of my Morocco vacation.
The hotel has a coffee shop, restaurant, and bar. The food was OK, but not great. The location is pretty good.
One little quirk at this hotel--sometimes funny--is that the hallway lights are motion sensitive, and they come on when you step into the hall. They go off quickly if there is no motion. If you are waiting for the elevator, you have to sway or walk in circles—if you stand still, the lights go out.
Directions: Near Place Mohammed V
I had greater expectations of this hotel. The room was Ok but there was no safe and the only drinking glasses were plastic.
There was a hairdryer and shower gel and shampoo, but we had to ask for towels.
The buffet supper was disappointing. There were no serving spoons and when we asked for them they only put out dessert spoons and forks.
In fact the service was not up to standard, nor was the food as the salad was tasteless.
Unique Quality: None.
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Address: Avenue Moulay Hassani, Casablanca, 20500, Morocco