Novotel Casablanca City Center

Address: Angle Zaid Ouhmad, Casablanca, 20190, Morocco | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Angle Zaid Ouhmad, Casablanca, is near Hassan II Mosque, Old Medina of Casablanca, New Medina of Casablanca, and Square of Mohammed V.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsNovotel Casablanca City Center

    Reviewed by alchandler

    Clean, comfortable and good for single travelers

    Reviewed Jun 20, 2013
    by (8 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

    I am a single women traveling by myself and wanted a good hotel to stay at for a couple if nights before meeting up with my tour. The novatel was perfect for this. The rooms are clean and comfortable and the stuff were helpful. They have a bar and a restaurant, which were both nice and convenient so that you don't have to walk around town at night too much by yourself until you get your bearings.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Novotel Casablanca City Center

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Casablanca


    A travel blog entry by colleengeoff on Oct 31, 2014

    2 photos

    ... what wind is like!! I also decided to take a travel pill as the sea was quite rough. We got on board & had to go through Morocco customs on board & we didn't complete this until we were pulling into Morocco. We then got off the ferry & onto a bus for the trip to Casablanca. On the way we stopped at Larache for lunch. It was now 2.30 Moroccan time or 3.30 Spanish time. While we were there having lunch Ben, one of ...

    Chaotic Casablanca

    A travel blog entry by brownsltd on May 25, 2014

    3 comments, 15 photos

    ... br> Emerging from our retail therapy it was like another day. The sun was shining and it was ridiculously warm. The walk along the waterfront toward the Mosque of Hassan II provided us with varying perspectives of Casablanca, from the palace to elaborate seaside villas, past rows and rows of slums, keen fishermen lining the foreshore, stalls offering fresh orange juice, barbeque corn and nuts along with the occasional mobile tea/coffee seller ...

    Covered up in Casablanca

    A travel blog entry by hayley.hikes on Jan 23, 2010

    13 photos

    ... I want to build this mosque on
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    contemplate God's sky and ocean."

    It is the 7th largest mosque in the world and if you ever get a chance to go to Casablanca, it is NOT to be missed.

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    Day 59: Conclusion of my Casablanca Experience.

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Feb 28, 1994

    29 photos

    ... This time, instead of on foot, it'll be from the comfort of a sleek air conditioned tramway car.

    I step aboard and immediately feel like I'm in another world. Rather than the Casa bus experience where you've got to deal with thieves, gropers, angry people shouting and very unruly gangs of boys going to the beach, the tramway is an oasis of calm. I look at people's faces. Most of them are just staring blankly--just like that do on the subways of Europe, ...

    Day 20: A City Built from Scratch

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 20, 1994

    16 photos

    ... golden wheatfields waiting to be harvested. A couple of years ago this would have been a lifeless wasteland as decades long drought had caused much of Morocco’s farmland to sit idle… but now there’s a sense of purpose and productivity to the region. Here and there modest farmhouses dot the countryside.

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