Le Dawliz Hotel & Spa

Address: Avenue du Bouregreg, Salé, 11000, Morocco | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Avenue du Bouregreg, Salé.
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    Travel Blogs from Salé

    Continuing Legacy of an Ancient Monarchy

    A travel blog entry by gordon.ye on Jan 03, 2014

    6 photos

    ... the 11th to 13th centuries that annexed the southern half of Spain as well as neighboring countries in North Africa.

    Our day tour of Morocco began at the port of Casablanca. The first stop is the gigantic Hassan II Mosque, the third largest mosque in the world with a 200 meter tall minaret. This lavishly decorated new mosque is dramatically situated on Casablanca's Atlantic shoreline, its minaret like a huge lighthouse.

    The rest ...

    Hey This Isn't Lebanon

    A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Sep 26, 2013

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... kind of site!

    As I was leaving the site, I noticed tents being erected everywhere and grandstands under construction. I learned that there was a royal wedding the next day: the son of the King of Morocco (not the crown prince) was to be married to a princess from United Arab Emirates. (I was going to stick around and attend, but I forgot to bring my fancy clothes...)

    After Chellah we made a stop at the Hassan Mosque and Tower, which was constructed ...

    Play it Again Sam

    A travel blog entry by mr_mozam on May 26, 2013

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... We got some more photo opportunities of mosques and "Rick's Place" that was made famous in the movie Casablanca. You can't exchange Moroccan currency (dirham) for anything else and there are no opportunities to buy anything tomorrow so we will cash it all in today. I bought a couple of souvenirs and the remaining 150 dirham (AUD$18) will be the tip for our Moroccan guide, Ben (I bet its not his real name). Our ferry back to Spain has ...

    Death by lemon meringue

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Apr 24, 2013

    6 photos

    ... English - and tells us all about the area.

    The stairway is tiled and cool despite the midday heat outside and has incense lamps burning on every third stair. Very atmospheric. At night the incense is replaced with tea lights, very pretty. There is a roof terrace with comfy cushions to sit on and a fabulous view of the ocean and also over the estuary where we can see the city of Rabat.

    After lunch we take ...

    Twenty-four Hours in the Moroccan Capital

    A travel blog entry by parleusted on Dec 26, 2012

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... were ahead of us in the queue and enquired about their travel plans. The had their own camper truck that they were driving from the south of France all the way to Senegal. They had actually hitchhiked the Mauritania-Morocco route the previous year and assured us of the existence of 5+ and 7+ shared taxis that ply from Dhakla in Western Sahara all the way to the border or even to Nouakchott. Encouraged by this meeting, we decided to commit to the visa application and figure ...