BEST WESTERN Hotel Toubkal

Address: 9 Street Sidi Belyout Av Des Far, Casablanca, Morocco | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 9 Street Sidi Belyout Av Des Far, Casablanca, is near Old Medina of Casablanca, Square of Mohammed V, New Medina of Casablanca, and Royal Palace of Casablanca.
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          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking


          • Suites


          • Room service

          TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN Hotel Toubkal Casablanca

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

          Travel Blogs from Casablanca

          Jet lag conquered by walking

          A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp on Sep 10, 2016

          17 photos

          We had heard that many travellers stay in Casablanca just long enough to change planes or catch a train, but we decided to stay for two days. It is a big sprawling city, the economic capital of the country, but it is easy to get around with plenty of interesting places to visit.

          We stayed in a hotel near the old medina in the old port area …

          Back in Africa

          A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp on Sep 09, 2016


          Yes, we are back in Africa but not in the very south - in the very north-western tip of Africa -Morocco!

          We had such an easy travel day. We left the cottage at 2:30 a.m. and drove to the Skyway Car Park near the airport. We had decided to use the car park as it only costs $79 to park our car there for 3 weeks and we have a lot of …

          What a long strange trip it's been

          A travel blog entry by ktholin on Oct 24, 2015

          1 comment, 12 photos

          ... a type of cedar, is distinctive because of its heavily burled grain and is found only in this area of Morocco. Local craftsmen prize its unique appearance to make equisite boxes, trays and other items with inlays of lemon wood and mother of pearl. Argan oil, on the other hand, is highly prized for use in cooking and cosmetics. It grows on trees similar to olive trees. In older times goats would climb the Argan to feed on its nuts. Once digested, the ...

          Last day of the adventure..

          A travel blog entry by gnbnz on Oct 01, 2015

          6 photos

          ... chats when the French rugby fans at the table next door found out our nationality - and us being such big rugby fans! Just as well France won, and we escaped into the (still spooky) night. Home via ice cream store as didn't see any sign of it at the Movenpick Hotel - why do they think we went there in the first place?! (ps " foot " note - I tripped on the Beirut-style foot paths and broke my trusty Merrell sandals, can't walk any more so it really is time to go home ...

          Morocco in the rear-view mirror

          A travel blog entry by aviruthia on May 31, 2015


          ... turtle at our last riad.) What you can't try is the endless cheap orange juice being fresh pressed for you in every restaurant, at every market, in every town plaza, at every unexpected refreshment stop on the trekking trails in the mountains. These refreshment stops are often just a basic ramshackle booth with maybe a bench or rock to sit at, a nearby donkey who carried in the oranges and the squeezer and a bunch of coca-colas, and a low smoking fire with a kettle ...