"Nice hotel, slightly run down area, but no problem"
The hotel was in good condition, rooms where big, clean and comfortable. Only the view from bedroom could have been better, it was over looking another hotel which was pretty run down. I was in room 423. The staff where very helpful and pleasant, especially the attendants outside; I had hired a car and they always found me parking right in front of the hotel. Breakfast was good, plenty of choice but lacked fresh fruit.
Overall very pleased with my stay and would consider it again.
Abaid from UK
Situated in the city center, this luxury hotel is close to Central Market of Casablanca, Hassan II Mosque, and Place Mohammed …More
IT WASNT THE ORIGINAL HOTEL WE HAD BOOKED
THE ORIGINAL 1 WAS BOOKED AND WE AFTER CALLING FROM MORROCCO FOR 2 1/2 HRS TALKING WITH EXPEDIA WE WERE GIVEN THIS HOTEL WHICH WAS BETTER THAN THE FIRST CHOICE
JOSE from mia
Situated in the city center, this luxury hotel is close to Complex Cultural Sidi Belyout, Place Mohammed V, and Hassan II …More
Stayed twice at this hotel and both rooms were of a good standard. The pool and fitness facilities were also very good.
Dinner in the resturant on level 27 was done to a very high standard and level 28 bar has good views over the city.
This luxury hotel is located in Casablanca (Maarif), close to the beach, Casablanca Twin Center, Parc de la Ligue Arabe, and …More
I stayed here for five days in February. I'd been to Morocco a couple of times before, to Marrakech on both occasions. I booked this holiday on a whim - the hotel looked good in the photographs. What I hadn't fully appreciated was that it was so far out of town. When I realised exactly where it was - about 12 miles along the coast - I almost cancelled the booking. But I'm glad I didn't. Casablanca isn't like Marrakech; it's not really geared up for tourists (although some people would find that a distinct advantage!) and I saw what I wanted to see there on a day trip. But the hotel turned out to be just what I needed - some time to myself, to read and write. It’s close to the sea - wonderful Atlantic rollers breaking onto the rocks and a sea mist every morning. The room was comfortable without being lavish, and the satellite TV didn't really work, but I wasn't bothered by that. What I did like was having access to the Spa attached to the hotel - sauna, massage and hammam. I was disappointed that the ordinary swimming pool wasn't open, as it was too early in the season. The hotel staff were extremely hospitable and helpful, putting up with my dreadful French. Like the swimming pool, the restaurant wasn't open in the evenings, although the Tapas Bar served decent-enough food. There were a couple of other restaurants within easy walking distance of the hotel. All I can say is that I had a really good five days at the hotel, but what I wanted might not be to everyone's tastes.
Chris from London, United Kingdom
Situated near the airport, in Dar Bouazza, this luxury hotel is in the same region as Morocco Mall, Hassan II Mosque, and …More