Sheraton Casablanca Hotel & Towers

Address: 100 Avenue des F.A.R., Casablanca, 20000, Morocco | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on 100 Avenue des F.A.R., 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 ReviewsSheraton Casablanca Hotel & Towers

      Reviewed by petitbeurreke

      Oud gebouw, maar nog redelijk in orde.

      Reviewed Jun 10, 2012
      by (7 reviews) , Belgium Flag of Belgium

      Ben hier een kleine week gebleven voor 't werk. Ligging dus van geen belang voor mij. Het is een oud gebouw dus dat beperkt de mogelijkheden wel wat maar het is allemaal nog wel verzorgd. Meer dan 3 sterren zou ik het niet geven. Ontbijtbuffet vond ik wel geslaagd, misschien aan de dure kant (24eur) maar dat betaal je tegenwoordig bijna in elk hotel. Heb hier niet gegeten, enkel 1 keer room-service wat lekker was. Als toerist zie ik me hier niet verblijven, maar misschien ligt dat niet aan het hotel maar eeder aan de stad zelf.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      Reviewed by fayssal.boutda


      Reviewed Jan 7, 2011
      by (1 review) , Morocco Flag of Morocco

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Sheraton Casablanca Hotel & Towers

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      Travel Blogs from Casablanca


      A travel blog entry by jillsreally on Aug 29, 2014

      18 photos

      ... as well. Oh well, I was sitting near a fish market at one point so that was understandable, but there was no need for the urine smell.

      Last night I heard a loud crack outside my window. When I looked out there were people running around and a guy bleeding from his calf. The ambulance arrived and whisked him off. Next time I looked the area was cordoned off and there were 5 police cars blocking the area. One policeman was actually smoking while he was interviewing someone ...

      The Last Stop

      A travel blog entry by spikidle on Jun 17, 2014

      2 photos

      ... customs I head off to catch the train back to the hotel, not for the first time we have parted in this way.

      The next day I have a bit of a sleep having not slept that well in the first place as unfortunately we were on the ground floor and some people were obviously watching the football world cup. I check myself out head to the airport and soon find myself heading back to London after a lovely trip.

      Goodbye Morocco!


      The Universe Conspired Against Us

      A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on May 17, 2014

      9 comments, 2 photos

      ... relief at a clean carriage with comfortable seats nearly sent me to sleep. After we got off and argued with a taxi driver for 15 minutes about his outrageous price he pointed us in the direction of the tram. This was modern and cheap, a much better option. Lauren had prepared me for the hotel, insinuating it would be a bit less luxurious than we were used to. She was way off. We had three balconies, two double beds and one hot-water shower. We sunk into the snuggly warmth and drifted ...

      Of all the gin joints...

      A travel blog entry by dixiej on Feb 22, 2014

      1 comment, 23 photos

      ... It’s highest elevation is only 130 feet above sea level. It’s made up of 44 % Arab, 42% Berber people, 10% Moriscos, 2% African, and 1% Jewish. Without some serious research, I have no idea who the Berbers or Moriscos are or where they’re from. I can only assume they were the first settlers of this country and will leave it at that. I do know that Morocco is an important large city and port for Africa.

      Our first ...

      Post-visit: Casablanca Five Years On

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jul 05, 2013

      27 photos

      ... quick street justice. Nowadays, no one wants to get involved when someone is being attacked. So the criminals are just getting bolder and bolder, and the the rest of the population is becoming more and more fearful. A colleague of mine was robbed and then had his glasses smashed into his face. A few months later I asked him how he was doing. "I don't walk places any more, I just go by car". That seems to be the response more and more people are having: just ...