4, rue Al Bouhtouri, Casablanca, 20000, Morocco | Hotel
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Group Formation

A travel blog entry by laurenw_is


... by how clean this area was considering its function. I felt perfectly comfortable choosing my route as erratically as possible. The alleys were packed with kids engaged in the usual forms of play, social ostracism and random acts of cruelty. Small trucks and carts had been carefully navigated into the depths of this maze and fruit and vegetables were being probed for defects by stern eyed Moroccan ladies. Each piece of bread being sold was subjected to a barrage of finger ...

Essential Morocco 8 Day Tour

A travel blog entry by melrobertson


... it was over to see the famous bronze doors and then to the souk (or market). We spent 4 hours having a guided tour around the souk. That in itself I hope gives you an idea of how big it is but if it doesn't maybe telling you that the medina has 10,000 streets might. It was huge!!! I also have no idea how the guide knew his way around so well. I asked at one point if he ever got lost and how long it took him to learn his way around it and he said there are still new places ...

Of all the gin joints...

A travel blog entry by dixiej


... they can sell a shore excursion of "The Best of Casablanca" with lunch! They did, however, play the movie Casablanca in the theatre on board but I missed it.

My title today is one of the infamous phrases taken from the film.

Today’s Morocco was a total surprise for me. I’m not sure what I expected. Men riding around town on camels maybe? Ahh, that’s another shore excursion! You can go into the desert and ...

Day 16 - Casablanca

A travel blog entry by bgill

... up, i started the walking tour at the city gardens then the main square where it was packed with locals enjoying their Sunday afternoons in the sun. The tour then took me through the newer French built areas of town where the Art Deco buildings were the highlight but nothing amazing. My walk finished near where i had started so i was able to walk through the old Medina back to my hotel. Again it was nothing special, not after Marrakech anyway. Back at ...


A travel blog entry by shyoungstr

This is a top pick!

... first class compartments, we were still two of six in the compartment, broken air conditioning free of charge.

As soon as we exited the Gare Casa Voyageurs, we saw Hotel Ibis. We were pleasantly surprised to arrive at our hotel flawlessly until we checked in and discovered that we were actually booked at a different Ibis, the one closer to the city center. Ibis is an Accor chain, like our version of a Marriot Courtyard. This property was able ...


This hotel, located on 4, rue Al Bouhtouri, Casablanca, is near Old Medina of Casablanca, New Medina of Casablanca, Square of Mohammed V, and Parc de la Ligue Arabe.
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