Ibis Casa Sidi Maarouf
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Casa Sidi Maarouf Casablanca
The staff is friendly and available. The restaurant offers a buffet and a nice menu.
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... the face of one of the staff so he grabbed her and shoved her back which I am almost certain wasn't allowed. The staff handled the situation terribly and he just walked off leaving a whole flight of passengers in the airport at 12.45 in the morning. Security and the police were called and it started to get scary. I had never experienced anything like that in my life! I completely understand that people were annoyed but there was no need for anyone to behave in ...
... was a group dinner. Lauren and I were prepared for this, but were shocked by the chosen restaurant. It was luxurious; origami-ed white napkins and wine glasses. And it was priced to match. The expectation was that we would all order a three course meal. After blanching at the menu we both accepted that eating here would be a necessary blow to our budget. We'd rather pay a few more dollars than start the tour on a terrible footing. So we picked a couple of cheap things and ...
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... tallest minaret in the world.Once inside the detail in the plaster, marble and wood carvings was quite breathtaking. The Mosque with its glass floor has room for up to 25,000 worshippers with room for a further 80,000 in the courtyard.Our guide explained the ritual of the prayers and we were also shown the cleansing areas before leaving the mosque where the clear blue sky gave a fantastic backdrop to this beautiful place of worship.A short drive along the coastline we saw where ...
... Greater Casablanca. But I can’t get out of the mind the uneasy feeling that if any mischievious characters were to cross my pass—and I know there are a lot of them in this part of the country—I’m in a pretty vulnerable position. And I’m carrying a guitar and a camera—maybe I should have just left them at home, since I’m not planning on exploring any new villages anyhow. Frankly, I think I’d just rather enjoy nature in parts of ...