Ibis Casablanca City Center

Address: Angle Zaid Ou Hmad, Casablanca, 20190, Morocco | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Angle Zaid Ou Hmad, Casablanca, is near Hassan II Mosque, Old Medina of Casablanca, New Medina of Casablanca, and Square of Mohammed V.
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    A travel blog entry by soulimf on Apr 02, 2015

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    Arribarem a l'estació de trens 50 min aprox. d'haver sortit de Rabat. Agafem un taxi direcció l'Hotel Ibis on deixarem el nostre equipatge. Sortirem a llogar un coche per poder mouren's per la ciutat. Passarem un matí una mica ''relax'' al centre comercial de Casablanca. Després anirem al cinema IMAX i dinarem al mateix centre comercial. Per la …

    At long last I make it to Morocco

    A travel blog entry by jackir on Aug 29, 2014

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    ... was a good idea. The mausoleum was relatively new but built on the site of an C 11 mosque ( which was never finished). The tower still stands even when most of the rest of the country was flattened by a huge earthquake in 1755 (which started in Portugal apparently). The horse guards change every 1.5 hours as do the soldiers outside the tomb. Some things seem universal. One of the weirdest things was seeing these women at the entrance to the fortress with 20 ...

    Essential Morocco 8 Day Tour

    A travel blog entry by melrobertson on May 04, 2014

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    ... II, and the first mosque I have walked into without having to cover my head or wear clothes covering from wrist to ankle. Apparently it can have 105,000 people praying at the one time and has its own roof that opens when it is full. It's architecture shows respect to 3 different religions: Catholics - shaped like cathedral, Jewish - the balconies it has suspended for the women to use and Islam - the design on walls and arches. It was really quite pretty. After the mosque visit ...

    Post-visit: The Boskoura Forest

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on May 17, 2013

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    ... 8212;and since it was Ramadan there wasn’t even a café I could sit at! Well, now I’m going to give the town a second chance. And I’ve got to admit it isn’t as bad as it seemed back then. Actually, it does have a “main street” (which I completely missed on my last trip) with your standard stores, banks, and even upscale cafés. And for a short stretch the town does seem to have some density before the random sprawl starts. There are a couple ...

    Day 38: Ain Harrouda to Mohammedia

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Feb 07, 1994

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    ... ever seen in Morocco (well-maintained parks aren't Morocco's strong point).  A couple of fellows come by to listen to my tunes and soon we get into discussions about music, aspirations and global politics.  One of the fellows, Mourad, says I can leave my bags at his mom's place while we wander around town. 

    The old medina is very tiny--but had some great fried fish and calamari.  Then we head through a fancy residential area where ...