Hotel les Saisons
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel les Saisons Casablanca
Hotel les Saisons is very centrally located within walking distance to the Casablanca medina and a short train trip to the main sights of the city - Hassan II Mosque and the Boulevard de la Corniche. The rooms are spacious, clean and elegantly appointed, and the bed was very comfortable. We found the the hotel staff helpful and friendly. The hotel bar is very cosy and pleasant.
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