Find 3 Star Hotels in Casablanca
If you’re looking for high-quality three-star hotels, Casablanca certainly delivers, offering an eclectic selection of mid-range three-star hotels. You will find everything from sleek, modern international brand hotel chains to quirky three-star guesthouses and everything in between.
Sprawling hotels offering grand Moroccan-style decor stand alongside small art-deco three-star hotels, and if you look carefully, you’ll find spacious apartments and spa resorts, too.
Casablanca: a City of Two Halves
Casablanca, or ‘Casa’ as it is sometimes known, is no ordinary city. Unlike Morocco’s other more-traditional destinations, where historic architecture and bustling souks abound, Casablanca melds modern and historical influences.
Head out from your three-star hotel and explore Casablanca’s wide boulevards and Art Deco buildings, a lasting legacy of the French colonialists, before delving into the historic city and its rambling souks, which are filled with tagines and spices, leather and traditional wares.
Discover ultra-modern architecture, such as the high-rise towers of the Casablanca Twin Centre. Or embark on a guided tour of the impressive Hassan II Mosque. With its vast blue minaret and peaceful gardens, it is well worth a visit and is a source of great pride to the people of Casablanca – not to mention it’s a record breaker, with its minaret holding the record for being the tallest in the world. Throughout Casablanca, you’ll get a sense of old and new, modern and traditional sitting comfortably side by side.
A Family Destination
Seeking out interesting architecture isn’t always high on children’s to-do lists, and while at first glance, it may seem that Casablanca is more culture-vulture territory than family friendly, there are still plenty of kid-friendly attractions.
After breakfast at your three-star hotel, head for the energy and exoticness of the old city souk and the bustling fishing port, before trying out authentic Moroccan cuisine for lunch.
For a three-star hotel by the beach, look along Boulevard La Corniche or along the coast at El Jadida. Casablanca’s beaches are first-class, the weather hot and sunny, and many of its three-star hotels offer swimming pools. And to top it all off, you can go shopping at Morocco Mall, which also has everything from scuba diving to ice skating.