Hotel Transatlantique

Address: 79, rue Chaouia (ex Colbert), Casablanca, 2000, Morocco | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 79, rue Chaouia (ex Colbert), Casablanca, is near Hassan II Mosque, Medina of Essaouira, Essaouira Ramparts, and Essaouira Fishing Port.
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    A travel blog entry by tobequitefrank on Jun 21, 2015


    After nearly two-days worth of 24 hours we finally touched down in Casablanca. With the disorientation of a deep-sea mariner surfacing for the first time in weeks it took a little while to get accustomed to the idea that we wouldn't be sitting in an airport or sitting on a plane again for a time. So we instead we sat in a car for an hour to travel …

    Travel to Casablanca

    A travel blog entry by cathy_bianchini on Nov 08, 2015

    5 comments, 3 photos

    ... customs. It was hot and slow but once through it was easy enough to get my bag then find the driver I had booked. I enjoyed the drive through the countryside and sat back and enjoyed my first time in this country. So far it reminds me of Egypt which I suppose is to be expected. Checked into our hotel and was given the "suite". Huge room with a queen size bed and 3 single beds. Heard from Bella and unfortunately her flight from London was delayed by 1 hr and ...

    Casablanca and the final days in Maroc

    A travel blog entry by winegalcj on May 27, 2015

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... The Mosque is the third largest in the world, and the minaret - where the muezzin does the call to prayer - is the tallest in the world at 210 meters (thankfully, it has an elevator). A marvel and it was built in 6 years and opened in 1993. Wow.

    After the visit to the Mosque, we have it done it all, except maybe the camel ride, seen most of it, ate our fair share of tagine and couscous, window shopped in the windowless medinas of countless towns. We have ...


    A travel blog entry by nangarner on Feb 19, 2015

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... to the tomato growing region. Morocco produces tomatoes of the highest quality. They are exported to Europe with a 60% reduction in tariffs, because they are so coveted. We saw huge fields of tomato plants growing near the Ocean and on the other side of the road. Then there were fields and fields of many different vegetables and always the coast on our left. We stopped for lunch in village of Sidi Bouzid. We had barbecued chicken ...


    A travel blog entry by austin.walter14 on Oct 11, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... for a small fee. It took 3 hours, adding up to 11 hours for the day. That night when I finally got back to my room, I took a shower (turns out I took a lot of the sand with me) and passed out. The next day was the day we left, so we just spent a little bit of time in the markets and getting food, trying to spend the rest of our Moroccan Dirham. Morocco was definitely a big step out of my comfort zone, but I think it was good for me to see how different a culture can ...