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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AN ILL WIND.......
It was not a great start to our last morning in Tunisia. And true to form, the day only just got worse - and worse.
Concerned about my mum's deteriorating health, I tried to send an early email to her aged care home in Sydney but the Wi Fi was down in our hotel room. So while Alan attended to checking out …
... plains of western New South Wales slowly revealed itself to be somewhere vastly different. Square cinder block shanty communities sprang up among the dry grass and laundry long-past-dry in the day's heat flapped idly from windows or on lines strung between buildings and palms or power poles. Getting into Casablanca itself, it had all the classic hallmarks of any other developing city: buildings in a forgotten state of construction, a numberless amount nameless ...
... picture of that door!" "Look at the faded geometric painting on that one!" "Look at the deep carved patterning on that one!" "Look at the beautiful hinges and door knocker on that one!" "Look at the cute little kittens sleeping by that one!" ("Oh no. Not again with the kittens!!")
We've watched carvers and painters in their shops, turning out painstakingly beautiful contemporary work in classic styles. We've also watched them turn out mass tourist ...
... balustrades as well as beaded and stencilled brass lighting and plants that cast luminous shadows on the white walls. There is what looks like an authentic 1930’s Pleyel piano downstairs (or it could be 1931)
There was an array of cold cuts, cheese, several varieties of pastries, yoghurt, toast, preserves, juice, fresh fruit, tea, coffee as well as a chef on standby to prepare freshly made omelette or, as we ordered, eggs benedict.
Our waiter was ...
... to pouring it in the glass to ensure it is properly aerated.
After the souk, we headed to the HASSAN II Mosque. This is a relatively new mosque (finished in 1993) and they claim it is the 3rd largest in the world (Wikipedia says it is the 7th). Its minaret is the world’s tallest, though. To give you an idea of just big it is, 105,000 people can gather here. Non-Muslims are allowed inside at 4 specific times during the day for 45 ...