Stay in Hotels in Casablanca and Explore its Magnificence
Stay in Hotels in Casablanca and
Explore its Magnificence
Casablanca, made famous by a film of the same name, is the virtual
economic capital and the largest cosmopolitan city of Morocco. Tourists
from all over the world flock to this magnificent city that has spectacular
architecture and a contemporary lifestyle. Many French and Spanish
immigrants have settled in Morocco and more retirees are migrating all
the time to this wonderful country.
Idou Anfa Hotel and Spa in Casablanca
Casablanca offers great prospects for investments and it has the world’s
largest artificial port. In view of its importance, there are many hotels in
Casablanca ranging from the most lavish hotels such as Sheraton
Casablanca Hotel, Novotel Casablanca City Center and Hyatt Regency
Casablanca to the budget hotels such as Hotel Terminus, Hotel Central and
Ajiad Casablanca. The city also offers a wide range of restaurants which
include La Cigale, Benis Patisserie, La Corrida, YoSushi and many more.
Visitors to the city can relish different types of mouth-watering food from
Spanish food to Arabic delights.
• Some of the other hotels in Casablanca include Virgin River Hotel and
Casino which is a favourite low cost accommodation with a casino; Falcon
Ridge Hotel at Western Cliffs, Mesquite, Casablanca Hotel, Casino, Golf
and Spa and Springs Hotel in the area of Mesquite.
• Guests staying at the various hotels in Casablanca can explore the nearby
attractions which include Hassan II Mosque which is the largest mosque in
Morocco and can accommodate over 150,000 worshippers and boasts of
the world’s tallest minarets. Tourists fly into Casablanca specifically to see
this mosque. The other attractions include The Corniche which is home to
many western fast food chains as well as a western-style movie theatre
and Shopping Heaven that offers many items such as leather goods,
fabrics and all the fancy accessories along with up-scale fashionable items
such as leather shoes, belts, bags and shirts, colourful and attractive
potteries of Morocco and olives.
Casablanca offers a nightlife that draws mixed reviews as it is more
oriented towards men and is uncomfortable for women although they can
find several clubs which have fantastic spots to drink and jam. Holidaying
in Casablanca is incredibly enjoyable and moving around the city is easy
with as you can travel by buses or hire a car. There are many dining
options in Casablanca as it has a lot of restaurants, bars and eateries that
serve seafood, Moroccan cuisine and even take-away food. Stella, an ice-
cream parlour offers at least 30 flavours at any given time. The buildings of
the city display both colonial French architecture and Arabic styles. The
Rialto Cinema, which has been standing since 1930, and the Villa des Arts
are the art deco buildings. The exteriors of the Cathedral of Sacre C'ur
have a distinct Moroccan style.