Hotel Relax Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Relax Airport Casablanca
I was set up in this place by Royal Air Maroc during my long layover and I have to say that it was way better than sitting in the airport for 14 hours. There was some construction going on but I found the whole place to be suitable for me while I was in transit. I looked online while staying there and several people gave horrid reviews, I really don't think it was as bad as most people said it was, then again I didn't pay for it. So I would label it "Functional" for those traveling due to it's proximity to the airport and the free shuttle. I would also like to remind people that you're in Africa, so knock your expectations down a notch or two.
If you're not in transit to or from the airport, don't stay there.
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