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Economic hub of Morocco bordering the Atlantic coast, Casablanca attracts both business tourists and vacationmakers. Discover our budget hotel in this dynamic town and take advantage of our services. The rooms offer comfort and convenience with their private bathroom and toilets. The hotel offers an all-you-can-eat breakfast and nearby parking.

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What to do in Casablanca?

What to do over weekend in Casablanca?
A week-long trip discovering Casablanca
Activities you can do as a family during a stay in Casablanca
The financial capital of Morocco is a vibrant city where modernity and traditions mix. For a short stay at our hotel, don’t miss the jewel of Casablanca, the Hassan II mosque, one of the biggest in the world, built on the water’s edge. For some shopping, discover the old medina or the Habous neighborhood and their stalls selling crafts. Finally, don’t end your weekend without a visit to the Corniche, while you enjoy a walk on the seafront or an outing to a restaurant to taste the Moroccan culinary specialties.
After comfortable nights in your hotel room, set off to explore the city. Soak up its ambiance at Place Mohammed V, in the center of Casablanca, and check out the Art Deco buildings around you. Discover the central market and its lively atmosphere. Leave city stress behind and travel to the seaside resorts on the coast: Mohammedia and its sandy beaches or Bouznika, very popular among Moroccans on the weekends. This long stay can also be the chance to visit El Jadida, a fortified city built by the Portuguese in the 16th century, located around 60 miles from Casablanca.
How to keep the kids and adults busy during your family vacation at our affordable hotel in Casablanca, in Morocco? A walk along the Corniche to Ain Diab beach will be enjoyed by all, or you can practice water sports and sunbathing. A visit to Morocco Mall, the most modern and biggest mall on the continent, can also keep you busy for more than a day. Other than stores, it is home to a giant aquarium, an amusement park with a skating rink, a climbing wall and playgrounds, as well as a 3D cinema.
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Casablanca and Moroccan gastronomy

Visiting Casablanca also means treating yourself to a gourmet stay in Morocco. Among the culinary specialties, couscous and tajines are among the most consumed dishes in Morocco. Soups are also very common, such as chorba (with chicken) or harira. The pastilla is a potato pancake with brick pastry sheets and stuffed with pigeon. For dessert, discover the traditional pastries (gazelle horns, chebaki, and more), served with mint tea. For a weekend in “Casa,” also savor breakfast and its all-you-can-eat buffet offered by our hotel.
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Three major events in Casablanca

When should you book your hotel in Casablanca to go to its unmissable events? Come for a stay in July during the Festival de Casablanca. For several days, the whole city is celebrating and concerts by national and international artists are organized in the city center. The big names in jazz gather for Jazzablanca in April. Also visit the city in October to discover the best fashion designers of Morocco during the Casa Fashion Show.
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Did you know?

While visiting the city center, look up and take your time to admire the diversity of the buildings in Casablanca. In the 1920s-1930s, Casablanca was already a modern city that attracted great international architects. It rapidly became a true open-air architectural laboratory. The Neo-Moorish, Art Deco, and Art Nouveau styles mix with typically Moroccan ornamentations, creating a unique architectural heritage. During a stay, discover for example the Villa des Arts or the facade of the Excelsior Hotel facing the medina.