JM Suites Hotel

Address: 161 Angle Rachidi Boulevard & Moulay Hassan First Ave, Casablanca, 20000, Morocco | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on 161 Angle Rachidi Boulevard & Moulay Hassan First Ave, Casablanca, is near Old Medina of Casablanca, Square of Mohammed V, New Medina of Casablanca, and Royal Palace of Casablanca.
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          • Spa
          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge
          • Fitness/Health center


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Beverage Selection
          • Free parking
          • Kitchenette


          • Suites


          • Shuttle bus service
          • Airport Transportation
          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service
          • Business Services

          TripAdvisor Reviews JM Suites Hotel Casablanca

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

          Travel Blogs from Casablanca

          The last touring day in Morocco

          A travel blog entry by howardstein on Oct 26, 2015

          6 photos

          ... home to the surprise of the servers we spoke to. As we neared the end of our tour we experienced the most amazing sunset approaching Casablanca. How fitting for the end of an amazing trip to Morocco. We covered 2780 kilometres in thirteen days with our friends Janice and Ted Carolin and our driver/guide Mustapha. We learned so much and ate such great food and saw many amazing sights - more than we ever ...

          37 hours later...

          A travel blog entry by tobequitefrank on Jun 21, 2015


          ... whipping around between dangerously overloaded lorries carrying all manner of goods, donkeys (the ever-trusty foundation of African nations in my mind) hauling people and fruit stalls and gas cylinders and more, shops selling goods without brands or distinction from neighboring stalls and that fast-slow pace where everyone is headed somewhere but you can't for the life of you see if anyone is actually doing anything. But there are the distinctions that ...

          Casablanca and the final days in Maroc

          A travel blog entry by winegalcj on May 27, 2015

          3 comments, 5 photos

          ... well, if at all. As a Westerner, and being brought up a Christian in a Judeo-Christian country, I grew up completely ignorant of what it meant to be a Muslim, of their history, beliefs and traditions. I respect them, I try to honor them as best I can when in their country (or mine), but I lack a real understanding, although I have done more research on the subject than most people I know.

          As a westerner my cultural emphasis is on the “I”, ...

          Wondering Around Casablanca

          A travel blog entry by shadowmadow on Jan 11, 2015

          106 photos

          ... as there were women who not only went in with their head uncovered, but in shorts, short skirts, bare arms, and lots of cleavage- it was just completely disrespectful. They put me and a woman from my group that I was walking around with in a group with other English speakers from the ships and they were asking the guide very rude questions about the religion. I was instead, in awe of the effort they put into building the mosque and grateful that we were allowed in at all. ...

          The Haggle of Morocco

          A travel blog entry by theactrip on Nov 26, 2014

          7 photos

          Morocco (Fez) We decide to visit Morocco because the people there have a rich and interesting culture, that my colleague and I would love to experience firsthand. On the flight we researched our first Moroccan destination Fez. We found that Fez was established in the 9th century and is commended for establishing the first University in the world. Fez reached its peak between the 13th-14th centuries while it was governed ...