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The hotel looks better in the photos than in real life. It has potential, and someone had made an effort, but it feels a bit run down now and dusty in the corners. The room we stayed in had no soap in the bathroom, and the glass sliding doors to the balcony had no lock so were open the entire time. ...
The picture isn’t what it looks like. It’s old and outdated the area around is dirty and but the hotel staff are friendly and everything was good close to the train station and post office No wifi in the rooms only at reception and the breakfast lounge The trams are close by
This hotel was right across the street from the Casa Voyageurs train station, which made it super convenient to get to. Check-in was simple and easy; front desk staff spoke good English. Room was clean and had all the amenities I needed: TV, A/C (functional and kept room at perfect temperature), ...
We had a great two days at Dar Daifa. The host was very friendly and welcoming, and the rooms were large and very nice. We are one night at the dar, and the meal was lovely, a nice chicken tagine. It is a 20 minute trip to the city centre, so getting a petite taxi to take us there was a challenge, ...
From the hotel, you can walk down to decent restaurants which are not far from there. And in the morning you can enjoy jogging at the beach.
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, 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.
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.