The Tahiti Beach Club is an institution in Casablanca. It's where people from the city come to spend the day, as the nearby beaches of the city are not particularly beautiful. This club offers a pool, and various sports facilities beside the sea. From downtown, you can take a bus or a cheap taxi (2 euros). Or you can walk - an easy one hour from the historic centre. Admission is 100 dirhams, which is 9 euros, plus 100 for a bed, or 50 for a chair. You can rent a cabin for 4 people for 90 euros. It is quite expensive, but the place is always full. Inside, you'll find a couple of restaurants and bars. It's a big place, with several pools for both adults and children. There are plenty of similar clubs nearby, too, including Paradise and Kon Tiki.
Hotel Le Royal Mansour Meridien is located in one of the best and most beautiful areas of Casablanca. Apart from its great location, the hotel is notable for its great service. The rooms are comfortable, and the very bright windows overlook the city, the garden, the sea, or the countryside.
The Azur Hotel is a hotel on the coast of Casablanca, in the suburb of Ain Diab. It´s near several restaurants and bars, and it´s located in the most touristic part of Casablanca, so you can rest assured that you will be able to see everything. But remember you are not in the center, it´s 4 or 5 miles away, and costs 3 euros by taxi. If you are there on a business trip it is better if you stay in the center, whereas this is a hotel to come and spend the weekend or a few days of relaxation. The hotel overlooks the sea, but there is no good public beach, so go to the "private beaches" , which in reality are actually aquatic centers and swimming pools. The hotel has a pretty good restaurant, Italian and French food, and a bar. The double room costs 110 euros, 80 euros for a single, which is a bit expensive, but at least you are assured of a sea view. There´s a discount if you stay longer. In total there is a capacity of over 100 people in 60 rooms.
The Tropicana Hotel is located in the suburb of Ain Diab on the boardwalk by the sea in Casablanca. The great thing is that you wake up with sea views, and Ain Diab is a quiet neighborhood used to having tourists. There are also plenty of restaurants and bars and nightclubs. The downside is that you are far from the center. The number 9 bus will take you half an hour but the taxis take less time and costs 3 EUR. The hotel has 5 outdoor pools plus an indoor pool. There is a beach party occupied as a private beach, but the sea isn´t great for swimming. The rooms, 60 in total, all have a view of the sea and are little cabins that are organized in a corridor outside around the pool. They have a private bathroom, television and air conditioning. Prices are about 70 euros for a single, 90 for a double, and 110 for a triple.
The Kenzi Tower Hotel is installed on the left tower of the Casablanca Twin Towers. You are in the heart of the city. There are many shops such as Zara and Mango, luxury shops, bars and trendy ones too. It's easy to get around by any taxi because everyone knows where it is. The hotel is very modern, recently opened just over a year ago. It has 240 rooms, some of them equipped for wheelchairs. Prices range from 120 euros to 400 euros per night. Breakfast was include and access to the gym as well, where they also have an indoor pool. The most famous thing about this hotel is its panoramic bar on the 28th floor. You can go up even if you´re not a guest, and the drinks start at around 8 Euros and is worth a visit at night to see the city lit up.
The Riad Salam Hotel is on the boardwalk in Casablanca, in the lively district of Ain Diab. Do not expect to swim in the sea nearby, but the hotel has a pool protected from the wind and waves of the Atlantic. The city center is 3 miles away which comes out to about 2 euros by taxi, but it is nice to go out at night. The bars, restaurants and clubs are only 10 minutes away by foot. Inside the hotel it is similar to Europe. Besides the pool, there is a tennis court, a sauna, a sunroom ... Prices are from 200 euros per night, with a minimum of 2 nights. There are a total of 200 rooms with air conditioning and private bathroom. The restaurant serves a mix of Moroccan dishes and outside you can eat good seafood in a restaurant at the same time too. They have many conference rooms for business purposes.
The East West Hotel is in Gautier neighborhood, between Moulay Youssef Blvd. and Zerktouni Blvd. Gautier is one of the nicest neighborhoods in Casablanca, because you can go anywhere on foot, there are a lot of bars and restaurants, for example, the same East West Hotel has an Irish pub below it, as well as a tea room.
To discover the city, the mosque is fifteen minutes away on foot, the coast too, but it's not a place you should go swimming. La Medina, the historic neighborhood, and the quiet Habous neighborhood are further away, but you shouldn't have to spend more than 2 euros on a taxi to get there.
They have good reception and there you can get train, plan and concert tickets. It also has 24 hour room service and the rooms have satellite tv.
Near the port, in the neighborhood of the old medina, is this youth hostel. It is a popular neighborhood, and the hostel is in a beautiful old square of the area. It´s not dangerous at night, but there are all types of people out and you need to expect that. The hostel is close to the train station Casa Port, and the CTM bus terminal. If you get to Casa Voyageurs or to the main bus station of Ouled Ziane, it should cost about 2 euros by taxi (up to 3 people) to arrive. The taxis generally use the meter but if not, you will have to ask them to do it. The hostel is in an old house, with a courtyard. The rooms are small and not very bright, but clean. One of the cheapest places in the city to stay.
The Helvetia Hotel is in the heart of Casablanca, near Marrakech. It is located in quite a commercial area, but just a few miles from the desert. It is a very basic hotel, with rooms costing less than 15 euros and a basic room costing just 7 euros. Many Moroccan workers from the countryside rent rooms by the week. It is clean and some rooms have a balcony. Showers are shared and there is only a sink in the rooms. The hotel is a five minute walk from the station Casa Port.
The Central Hotel is in the heart of Casablanca. It´s a nice play during daytime, but as there is a square in front they say it is better to return by taxi, because there are always young kids around who can be bored and decide to bother you. It is an old hotel in the historical part of the city, five minutes 5 minutes away from the Sqala, Bab Marraksh, and two mosques. The hotel is cheap, no more than 15 Euros a head, but the rooms have not been renovated in a long time, but it is clean and pleasant. Upstairs there is a terrace where you can see everything. They serve breakfast downstairs or on the terrace. It's a bit too noisy. There are many low-budget backpackers. There are double rooms, triples, and quadruples. Some have ocean views, but you are in the industrial port, not that there's much to see!
It is located east of the neighborhood Habbous, a traditional neighborhood with a place to buy handicrafts. Founded in 1953 by the parents of the current owner , it was the first "guest house" luxury in Casablanca. The reception and rooms are decorated in Art Deco style. The rooms are named after flowers. Some examples are mimosa, violet, jasmine, jacaranda ..., the hotel has only 8 rooms, but they are beautiful, at least the four I saw. Every bathroom has a predominant color and is decorated with detail. There are bathrobes and towels in bathroom colors such as green, blue, purple. It has a beautiful garden with iron tables and chairs and lanterns and the breakfast was great. They served us on the terrace. It is located in a fairly quiet residential area. Outside it doesn´t look like a hotel, in fact it does not have the name on the door. As for the price, it was around 110 euros for a double room with breakfast.
The Hotel Diwane House, Casablanca, is a purely functional one in the city. It´s not known for being cozy because the huge rooms seem to escape from the eyes of the designers as there are many spots without furniture. The use of marbles and granites further cools the atmosphere which is already neutral although the cushions and couches don´t give a cozy feeling. The staff service was nothing more than decent. The breakfast buffet is something different, the fruit is exquisite and there were some sweet pastries that dissolve in your mouth. As for the location, not exactly central, as it is one of the typical hotels with nearby points of interest like United Nations Square, Place Mohammed V and Hassan II Mosque. Regional Nearby points of interest also include Port of Casablanca and Parc de la Ligue Arabe. Not a hotel for a holiday, but for one night it´s not bad.
The Transatlantique Hotel is located in the industrial city of Casablanca just 800 meters from the Casa Port Railway Station and ten minutes from the old medina. It's a traditional and essentially Moroccan hotel with four first-class restaurants, two bars, and a Moroccan-style nightclub.
Al Maha Regency Suites is situated in the center of of Sharjah, close to Sharjah Central Souq and facing the marvelous lake and only 15 minutes from the Airport. The Hotel is a luxury hotel with 37 suites, spread over studies, twins and Family Suites. All suites are furnished with stylish and comfortable furniture with a fully equipped kitchen on top of that.
The Best Western Hotel Toubkal is located in the city center of Casablanca, Morocco. It was constructed in 1971 and remodeled in 2004 andhas 67 rooms and 9 suites decorated and furnished for your comfort in a fusion of Art Deco and Moroccan styles with a choice of non-smoking floors. It offers free internet access and is surrounded by major businesses, restaurants, museums and cultural points of interest.
A century ago, the Transatlantique company first offered travelers the novel concept of a package holiday. They would go by train to Marseille, take a boat there, and spend one or two months in Morocco in the group's hotels. The Hotel Transatlantique in Casablanca has retained its old decor, with a neo-Moroccan style. You can go to just have a drink, and there's a yard for some fresh air and, above all, the chance to escape the noise. Here you'll be away from the traffic and pollution, enjoying a little bubble of peace. Famous guests have included Edith Piaf. They also have a large collection of radios and transistors. The rooms cost about 50 euros per night. Some are modern, but the lift is a real trip back in time!