Hyatt Regency Casablanca

Address: \N, Casablanca, 20000 , Morocco | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on \N, Casablanca, is near Old Medina of Casablanca, Square of Mohammed V, New Medina of Casablanca, and Royal Palace of Casablanca.
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          Amenities

          Activities

          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Fitness/Health center
          • Bar/lounge

          Features

          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking

          General

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          Services

          • Shuttle bus service
          • Room service
          • Business Services
           

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hyatt Regency Casablanca

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          Travel Blogs from Casablanca

          The last touring day in Morocco

          A travel blog entry by howardstein on Oct 26, 2015

          6 photos

          Today we checked out of Heure Bleu in Essaouaira to head north up the coast and on to Casablanca to overnight before going to Paris tomorrow morning. We visited the Essaouaira Jewish cemetery. We saw the same type of cemetery as in Fez, a little emotional as it has the gravesite of the famous Rabbi Haim Pinto. Miracles have been attributed to him, and every year many people come here on the anniversary of ...

          Casablanca and the final days in Maroc

          A travel blog entry by winegalcj on May 27, 2015

          3 comments, 5 photos

          ... this?), leather sellers with what is obviously mass manufactured pouches in a rainbow of colors all with the blessed hand of Fatima (the Prophets daughter). Keychains, fridge magnets, tassels and shoes. Shoes and shoes and more shoes.

          Restaurants, cafes, lobbies and bars filled with smokers, all chain smoking while downing unlimited amounts of mint tea, or in the case of the bars, Casablanca beers. Or while eating vast amounts of tagine and couscous. Tagine ...

          Casablanca

          A travel blog entry by nangarner on Feb 19, 2015

          1 comment, 12 photos

          ... traveling in the new city going toward the old city. The buildings were modern, then we came to the Art Deco area (colonial style). We drove to the ocean, and then we drove along the ocean to the old area. From that area we had a beautiful view of the Hassan the Second Mosque. It appeared to be floating on the Ocean. We passed the old lighthouse and then drove to the Corniche. This is the very upscale section of Casablanca, right on ...

          First day in Morocco

          A travel blog entry by rovinsil on Oct 05, 2014

          2 photos

          ... around fires roasting sheep heads, inside out carcasses and blood running in the street. Not at all appealing to a vegetarian. Oh, and on that note we met our tour guide this morning for the tour we are joining this evening and when Vince informed him that I am vego, he asked why I was wearing leather sandals. Obviously not impressed. Already we've lost a few brownie points with our guide, ...

          The White House

          A travel blog entry by spikidle on May 30, 2014

          10 photos

          ... and reason for "tourism" being the beach. <b>MAKING THE MOST OF IT:</b> The afternoon we arrive we actually make pretty good use of our time. We manage to walk into town which is maybe a good 45-60 minute walk (we didn't actually expect it to be so far and also thought we would be walking more along the waterfront which was not the case) We decided to follow the walking tour recommended by the Lonely Planet that took us around a few of the nicer / interesting art ...