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Historical Traveler Reviews Maamoura Hotel Casablanca
Very clean, pleasant stay, great rate. Would stay at Maamoura again.
We booked directly with the hotel manager for a room and airport transit at a very fair cost. Our e-mail was our agreement, nothing more was required. Even though our flight was delayed, we were met on time and taken directly to the hotel in comfort. Staff was professional, courteous and happy to help. They made reservations at a local restaurant and negotiated a fair rate with a taxi for us, along with pointing us in the right directions for walk-abouts. Both room and bathroom were spacious, clean and pleasantly appointed - we knew we were in Maroc, a very special place. No mini-bar or hair dryer in our room, but those amenities aren't deal-breakers for us, anyway. Room A.C. kept us comfy - if the A.C. remote control is not in the room, ask at the desk. Large TV, good cable reception & stations. We were tickled by the energy saving lights in the common areas . . . look for switches before you get out in the dark :-) but it saves energy and probably helps keeps the room cost low. A light breakfast was available, and wonderful mint tea was offered more than once. Their restaurant was to be opened in November, 2007, and seemed to be all ready when it was shown to us. The owner was there both days overseeing operations along with the very helpful manager. If you don't need a lot of frills or require a lot of attention, you will enjoy your stay and save hundreds. Located near the old market and off major thoroughfares, so convenient and quieter. We would use this hotel again, and hope to say the same again :-)
Entering Hotel Maamoura you are greeted with warm smiles and a welcoming "Bonjour" by the friendly desk clerks and manager. This courteous staff did their best to make my 4 days pleasant.
Rooms are comfortable, graced by simple elegant decor and very clean. My quiet 4th floor room had a spacious balcony, overlooking a narrow street. Americans will not find some of usual room amenities found in most USA hotels such as hair dryers, irons, lotions, and an easy to use shower, but Dorothy,
if you want all that stuff--stay home in Kansas and iron your hankie.
If anyone has a bad stay at Maamoura then that person arrived with a "Jinn" in their pocket because the staff will try their best to accommodate your needs. I was advised on where to exchange money, eat, and so on, yet they never tired of my endless list of questions. Be sure to heed their advise on when and where to take a taxi. Though the surrounding area is crammed with stores and busy shoppers by day, the street life shuts like a coffin at night.
When you tire, take sanctuary in the beautiful Moroccan styled lobby. Order a coffee, or better--Take a tea. And bless them, oh bless them, North Africans do know how to make tea! Then lean back on a long couch, relax, or converse with the many interesting foreigners you'll meet.
Management and staff have a knack for making each guest feel that they are the most important person there and after a long day of business, site seeing, or shopping the crowded bazaars, Hotel Maamoura is your oasis.
Excellent value for the price. We stayed here on our first and last days in Morocco. We had two very different rooms: the first one was very spacious (with balcony) but not quite fully done; the second room was smaller but much more modern. We were pleased with both. The staff was friendly and helpful and the location is great. It is also very quiet.
Not really a good choice
Stayed in this hotel august 2007. Before we go any further, do not go to this hotel
The staff were friendly enough, the reception staff a bit sullen and felt even asking them a question was a great effort for them to reply.
rooms weren't clean enough , air conditionair not working...
Overall, we probably would not go back to the Hotel maamora and we dont recomand anyone to go there
Loved the Maamoura
We stayed here for only one night before joining a Bus Tour of Morocco, but if we ever return to Casablanca.......this is where we will book.
The rooms were clean..........the breakfast buffet was good......but, the Hotel Staff were # 1. They went well beyond the necessary to help us find the "where", & "how", of things we wanted to do on our pre-tour day. Honestly, we cannot thank them enough............a Family run Hotel that deserves to do well. HIghly recommended !!!! Deserves a 5* rating.
We found this Hotel on Trip Advisor.
Best value by far in downtown Casablanca
The Boudad family have done a great service to Casablanca and its visitors by opening this top-quality hotel in downtown Casablanca and providing extraordinary service. They have renovated a building from the colonial period with the highest quality furnishings and matched the atmosphere with their "go the second mile" service. Spacious rooms are equipped with satellite TV and individual climate control units. Mobarak, the general manager, can and will arrange anything needed for a group, including taxis to and from the train station, making it competitive with the much less impressive Ibis. Shuttle service to the airport is an added bonus. And breakfast is great.
I live in Morocco and will rely on the Hotel Maamoura from now on when hosting visitors in Casablanca.
Absolutely amazing hotel will definitely stay again
Very Clean hotel, moroccan styl big and clean rooms and toilets Towels, A/C comfortable beds, Excelent customer service and the personell will do anything to please you,Great Breakfast.
Will stay here again, and definitely recommend it for all travelers.
Keep up the good work.
EXCELLENT ET SUPERBE HOTEL RAPPORT QUALITE PRIX !!!!!!!!!
J'ai séjourné dans ce superbe hotel tout neuf ! dernier né à casa il a 1 mois et demi ! les chambres sont tres bien agencees, climatisees et tres classes pour ce 3 etoiles qui en meritent en fait 4 !!! literie et salle de bain au top ! certaines chambres sont dotees d'une connexion wifi gratuite...! proprete et honneteté sont de mise dans cet etablissement qui est pour moi un des meilleurs de la ville.. ! le personnel d'etage est discret et a votre service a la seconde ce qui est tres rare au maroc! l
le directeur et les receptionnistes sont aux petits soins et attentionnés ... un vendredi surprise ! j'ai eu droit comme d'autres clients de l'hotel a un excellent couscous offert et concocté par une cuisiniere hors pair ! je suis ravie d'avoir "trouve" cet hotel cela me reconcilie avec l'hotellerie marocaine à budget moyen.... le petit dejeuner tres copieux ! la salle de restaurant sera ouverte dans quelques temps et deja trone dans la piece un superbe arbre entrelacé qui sert de colonne... plaisir des yeux !! l'enchantement... decor féerique ! il y a aussi quelques suites dotées de grandes terrasses...
bref c'est l'hospitalité marocaine à l'etat pur !!!
prix minim. 380 dhm à 750 dhm la nuitee
40 dhm le petit dejeuner
room service 24h/24
borne internet gratuite à la reception
à découvrir absolument !!!!!!!!!!
Ein ganz fantastisches Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis
Sauberes Hotel im marokkanischen Stil mit Designelementen im gleichen Stil, geräumige und saubere Zimmer und Badezimmer und die Angestellten geben sich wirklich die allergrößte Mühe mit den Gästen. Ich hatte nicht genug Zeit um das, nach Angabe des Hotels, "umfangreiche Frühstück" zu probieren aber es ist vermutlich ziemlich gut. In einigen Zimmern und der Lobby gibt es WiFi, ganz kostenlos. Die Straße vor dem Hotel sieht morgens nach dem Markt etwas ruppig aus aber das wird schnell weggeräumt. Man kann vor dem Hotel parken.
Absolutely amazing value for money
Clean hotel, actually moroccan styling with all design elements on the same theme, spacious and clean rooms and toilets, and the personell really go to any ends up to help you. Had no time to try their, according to their own saying, lavish breakfast but probably it is pretty good. WiFi in some of the rooms and in the lobby, no charge. The market street outside looks a bit like a backyard in the mornings, but it is cleaned up quickly. parking in front of the hotel
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