Barcelo Casablanca Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Barcelo Casablanca Hotel
Travel Blogs from Casablanca
... It took six years to build and was finished in 1996 the roof itself opens up and takes 40 minutes to open, all of the artwork within the mosque is painted by hand. Just amazing. Also learnt during our tour that you have to complete a wash before you are able to pray this includes washing your hands, face, mouth, head, feet, hands 3 times each. I loved all the detailing on the walls and ceiling it was so detailed and all with such precision. The ...
... lunch will be under the high
red cliff of the gorge. Continuing our trip to Erfoud and Rissani then
through the open black desert to the village Merzouga where we will be
welcomed with a glass of mint tea before trekking your camels for about
1 h 30 .dinner and overnight in a berber tent.
Day 5: Merzouga – Ouarzazate – Ait Ben haddou
After taking a pictures of sunrise and
having breakfast ...
... friend. The old guy once again walked us through the crazy aisles to a shop with strange jars of spices. Just before we got to the shop, a younger man tried soliciting us and the old guy got right in there arguing with him to get away. We realized then that the old guy was getting the commission on anything we bought since he directed us there. As scary as it was, he was our protector as sorts.
The petrouli offered her was a brick of ...
... feeling: on one side there's the satisfaction of having accomplished something big and excitement at knowing there will be fresh adventures ahead. On the other hand, there's the realization that I will probably never have such a special bond with a country like I've had with Morocco. I put this feeling into song: Enjoy it while you still can Once it's gone you'll never get it back You're gonna look back on this someday And realize it was your life's most beautiful ...
... be the beginning of Skhirat. Sure enough, soon we reach a little plaza which actually has an underground parking lot (something you don’t even find in Casablanca!) then a lively little fishing port with gnarly fellows bringing in their rickety bright blew boats in—a stark contrast with the upscale beach town feel the rest of the place has.
It looks like our hike along the beach is coming to an end—but not without a swim first. ...