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The reason this hotel is worth staying at is the nice woman who works in the daytime. She helped my sister and I figure out the city map and the tram schedule. She also helped us with prayer times and went above and beyond to help us. Room was good. Was not able to say thank you to the staff woman--thank ...
Cute little hotel within easy walking distance of the medina and Hassan Mosque II (20 minutes). Hotel staff is great, most speak some English. On a side street, really quiet.
This is a budget hotel 5 minutes walk from the Casa Voyageur train station in Casablanca, perfect for the late train from Fez. The room is nothing special, the most basic amenities (no A/C), but the wifi worked most of the time and we slept fine from an exhausting train ride. The front desk clerk ...
Very friendly and helpful staff, the room service is so good, no extra fees were needed after check-out, the only bad thing is that i've been waited for 20 minutes as they did not have any idea about my reservation so they had to check with Expedia and it went OK. One extra amazing thing that i've ...
Riad Le Mazagao is located just outside the Portuguese City and just around the corner from the market. The host, Chantal provided detailed instructions on how to get there. The riad was beautifully decorated. I particularly like the paintings in the room. Chantal showed me a binder upon arrival ...
Hotel Volubilis is a colonial era art deco hotel in central/colonial Casa. It is run down but perfectly adequate. The lobby is almost a museum to the glorious colonial era, with neoclassical statues and heavy brocade curtains. It has a bar where you can get a drink (beer, wine, liquor) and the breakfast ...
If you’re on a tight budget, there are plenty of two-star hotels to choose from in Casablanca. Check out Casablanca’s two-star hotels steeped in traditional Moroccan charm with comfortable and affordable rooms. You’ll also be able to enjoy authentic rooftop terraces with far-reaching views and restaurants serving Moroccan specialties.
Several of Casablanca’s two-star hotels are in the streets around the Old Medina, tucked away in historic buildings decorated in authentic Arab style. The Old Medina is a great place to base yourself, and is within easy walking distance of downtown Casablanca and its port, beaches and souk.
Food is one of Morocco’s strong points and Casablanca is no exception. You can enjoy authentic Moroccan cooking and hearty dishes at very little cost from hole-in-the-wall restaurants serving steaming bowls of spicy bean soup, as well as lamb kebabs, and aromatic tagines served with couscous. Street food in Casablanca is also wonderfully cheap and delicious, as are the snacks you can pick up: dates, olives and sticky sweets made with honey and nuts.
The good news if you’re on a budget is that Casablanca is a beautiful town to explore, so you can enjoy all it has to offer without spending a penny. From your two-star hotel, set off on a self-guided walking tour and discover the eclectic range of buildings from different eras.
Stand in the Place Mohammed V square and appreciate its beautiful Art Deco structures, lasting legacies of the French colonial period. Join locals and amble along the Corniche promenade looking out to the Atlantic Ocean, or take a dip or surf to cool off.
From there delve into the old city and its stone-walled medina for a taste of traditional Morocco. Peruse the stalls selling handmade wares before heading off to see the grand exterior of the King’s Palace. Finish off with a walk to the towering and ornate Hassan II Mosque before heading back to your two-star hotel in Casablanca downtown.