Casablanca, Morocco

Casablanca, or Dar-El-Beida, is the largest city in Morocco and offers a variety of attractions such as one of the biggest mosques in the world. There is something for everyone from many shopping malls, beautiful restaurants, beaches with watersports and amusement parks for all to enjoy.

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The city also offers some fantastic shopping opportunities for goods such as pottery, leather, jewellery and silk.

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Casablanca Le Lido Thalasso & Spa Photograph of Casablanca Le Lido Thalasso & Spa
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Family friendly beach hotel offering superior accommodation and an attractive pool area. This hotel combines both the modern and traditional....

5 / 5 from 1 reviews

Moroccan House Hotel Casablanca Photograph of Moroccan House Hotel Casablanca
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The hotel has been designed to capture the feel of a traditional Riad, featuring Moroccan decor throughout, it's situated in the city centre of Casablanca, within easy walking distance to many major a...

3 / 5 from 1 reviews

Anfa Port Hotel Photograph of Anfa Port Hotel
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A friendly hotel with a good atmosphere and comfortable accommodation. The hotel is situated by the port and within walking distance of many of the city's sights....

2 / 5 from 1 reviews

Ajiad Hotel Photograph of Ajiad Hotel
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Close to the Medina and the Port, the hotel offers a comfortable base from which to explore the city...

Atlas Almohades Casablanca Hotel Photograph of Atlas Almohades Casablanca Hotel
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Situated in the business district and just a short walk from the main tourist attractions, bars, coffee shops and shopping areas....

Azur Hotel Photograph of Azur Hotel
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Located on the Corniche promenade, this beach hotel offers a comfortable base for those looking to be close to the beach and nightlife....

Barcelo Casablanca Hotel Photograph of Barcelo Casablanca Hotel
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An elegant hotel with contemporary guest rooms located on the Boulevard d'Anfa and in walking distance of city attractions...

Best Western Toubkal Hotel Photograph of Best Western Toubkal Hotel
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City hotel offering warm hospitality and comfortable accommodation, conveniently located between the port and the Medina....

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A modern hotel built in the centre of the business district of Casablanca, ideal for both business and leisure travellers....

Club Val D'Anfa Hotel Photograph of Club Val D'Anfa Hotel
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Modern beach-side hotel ideal for those looking to be in easy reach of the city centre and close to the nightclubs along the Boulevard La Corniche....

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Contemporary styled hotel enjoying a beach front location, with a relaxing atmosphere and views over the ocean....

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This unique Spa property is Arts orientated and located 20km south of Casablanca. It offers a variety of facilities including indoor and outdoor pools....

Casablanca Reviews

Holiday Date:14th Sep 2016
Accommodation:Anfa Port Hotel
Room:Double Or Twin
Board:Half Board
(3 suns)

Casablanca is not geared up for tourists and therefore there is not actually much to do. I would suggest just a couple of days in Casablanca and then move on to say Rabat or Marrakech.

Holiday Date:27th Oct 2015
Accommodation:Moroccan House Hotel Casablanca
Room:Double Or Twin
Board:Half Board
(2 suns)

Not really for tourists - busy city with lots of buildings going on. The only real 'to see' is the coast (Ain Dian Plage - the last stop on the tram - long beach and plenty of snack shops and food outlets near the shopping centres). There are two very nice shopping centres at the Ain Diab Beach - both are about half hour walks along the front either direction from the tram stop. The centres have all the usual decent shops and plenty of food outlets.

Holiday Date:21st Oct 2015
Accommodation:Casablanca Le Lido Thalasso & Spa
Room:Double Or Twin
Board:Bed & Breakfast
(5 suns)

Great ambience.

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The centre of the city waterfront is dominated by the port, but either side of that there is a string of beaches. The wide sandy beaches of Ain Diab are approx 3km around the coastline from the Hassan II Mosque and are popular with locals and visitors alike. Although the sea is usually a little rough for swimming there are beach clubs with swimming pools.

Things to Do

Take a tour of the huge Hassan II Mosque, surrounded by squares and courtyards on a promontory between the port and the Corniche. Discover it's impressive architecture, towering minaret, ornate mosaics and intricate carvings.

Experience traditional local life amid the hot and crowded maze of narrow lanes in the Old Medina. In contrast visit the modern Habbous Souk, which is easier to navigate than the old Medina and has a far more sedate atmosphere to enjoy the cafes, shops and stalls.

The Mohammed V Square is a wide, open plaza lined with grand French colonial buildings and ornate facades. Close to the square you can stroll around the gardens at the Ligue Arab Park.

Out and About

In the heart of the busy city of Casablanca you will find a cosmopolitan atmosphere, public gardens to relax in and plenty of shops and markets. The main shopping street is the Boulevard Mohammed V and here you will also find the central market which takes place every morning.

The Corniche makes for a pleasant seafront walk and runs from the Hassan II Mosque towards Ain Diab. It is lined with cafes, bars, nightclubs and restaurants. The Casablanca Tram has many stops in and around the city and offers a quicker and less stressful alternative to driving.

Nearby Attractions

The Tamaris Aqua Park (25km) is open from the beginning of May to the beginning of September and offers a fun day out for all ages. It features a number of slides of varying thrill levels, a lazy river, a wave pool, spacious sun bathing terraces with shades and cabanas, mini karts, a games room and a restaurant.

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