Kenzi Basma

Address: 35, Avenue Moulay Hassa 1er, Casablanca, 20 000, Morocco | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 35, Avenue Moulay Hassa 1er, Casablanca, is near Old Medina of Casablanca, New Medina of Casablanca, Square of Mohammed V, and Royal Palace of Casablanca.
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    Paris en route, arriving in Casablanca

    A travel blog entry by howardstein on Oct 13, 2015

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... hour layover we fly to Casablanca. Mustafa, our driver/guide for the two weeks, met us at the airport and we did the half hour drive to our Hotel Doge. This Chateau et Relais hotel and spa was built by an expat Italian to be a residence for his lover using the class and style of the Doges of Venice. All the 1930's decor is intact with all the modern conveniences present but almost hidden from view. We ...

    37 hours later...

    A travel blog entry by tobequitefrank on Jun 21, 2015


    ... you're not in Cambodia, or China, or Kenya: the streets are much wider and the dry heat of the day is lazily allowed space to breathe; Ramadan has quieted the footpaths and the city seems not consumed by the bustle one would expect; traditional Berber djellaba gowns mingle with western branded clothing and the people with their olive skin are far lighter than their southern neighbours and reflect a history deeply entwined with the Spanish, the Ottoman Empire and ...

    Casablanca and the final days in Maroc

    A travel blog entry by winegalcj on May 27, 2015

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... the person. We cheer the underdog who breaks away from their history and clan to “make it”. In this culture, the Muslim culture, the tribe, the clan, the community is all important – this is a huge difference and one that takes some getting used to. There are other deeply embedded cultural differences, those of male/female roles, education and information distribution, how technology is viewed, what it means to worship, etc. There are deep ...

    The Haggle of Morocco

    A travel blog entry by theactrip on Nov 26, 2014

    7 photos

    ... Marinid dynasty. (Medina of Fez, 1) Under this dynasty Fez was recognized as the capital of Morocco until 1912 when Rabat became the country’s political Capital. Nevertheless the city of Fez is still recognized as a major Cultural Hearth (source of culture in a region-- CH 2) of Morocco because of its unique clothing, monuments, palaces and other form of unique architecture that influenced other parts of ...

    The biggest mosque of all

    A travel blog entry by natleith on Sep 20, 2014

    14 photos

    ... to get within mosques without a guide and only certain mosques allow you to enter. We found out that during ramadan a massive 20,000 pray within the mosque and a further 80,000 pray outside. Morocco is one of the only countries that the minarets are square compared to the rest of the muslim countries where the minarets are round. Also this minaret is mostly tiled in green which is the colour of Morocco, at night they shine a green light directly at ...