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As Morocco’s largest city, Casablanca has a selection of independent hotels to match its sprawling size, from large luxury resort independent hotels to one-off authentic independent hotels in Casablanca.
Choose from independent apartments and guesthouses catering to all budgets in downtown Casablanca or head along the coast to El Jadida and Azemmour for independent hotels near the coast. You’ll enjoy a more personalised stay at an independent hotel, and as most independent hotels are owned locally, you’ll get a strong sense of Moroccan flavour coming through in your hotel’s design and cuisine.
You’ll find most of Casablanca’s independent hotels are downtown, a relatively small area to the north of the city and around an hour from Mohammed V International Airport by taxi. Staying in downtown Casablanca means your independent hotel will be walking distance from many of the key tourist sites, such as the colourful Central Market, the open spaces of the Parc de la Ligue Arabe and the beautifully traditional Old Medina, with its intricate lanes and streets.
Your independent hotel in Casablanca could be a family-owned bed and breakfast, an upscale boutique hotel or a privately-owned apartment. Whatever type of independent accommodation you choose, and whatever your budget, you’re likely to be near Casablanca’s key attractions.
From your independent hotel in downtown Casablanca, you can reach the beach easily by tram in under an hour. But if you want to be by the beach, choose an independent hotel in El Jadida, along the coast, or near Boulevard de la Corniche.
Hang out on the beach and enjoy the sun, or visit the iconic Hassan II Mosque. Or just head for a cafe terrace and watch the world go by. Casablanca is great for people-watching, and you may end up spending most of your time there doing just that.