Take Me Back To Casablanca at Mogador Marina
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Mogador Marina, Casablanca, Morocco

Take Me Back To Casablanca

Aug 22, 2018 - Aug 26, 2018

4 Nights at Mogador Marina

Though not as atmospheric as other Moroccan cities, Casablanca is the best representation of the modern nation. This is where money is being made, where young Moroccans…

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Though not as atmospheric as other Moroccan cities, Casablanca is the best representation of the modern nation. This is where money is being made, where young Moroccans come to seek their fortunes and where business and the creative industries prosper.


The number of construction projects currently under way here is simply extraordinary – major redevelopments include those at Pl Mohammed V and the Parc de la Ligue Arabe, and new public buildings include the Grand Théâtre de Casablanca.

The city's handsome Mauresque buildings, which meld French-colonial design and traditional Moroccan style, are best admired in the downtown area. Visitors who spend time there, in the Quartier Habous and in the beachside suburb of Ain Diab, are sure to get into the local swing of things and realise that this old pirate lair is looking towards the future, embracing the European-flavoured urban sophistication that has underpinned life here for the past century.

Included

  • Accommodation in a relaxing comfortable room
  • Buffet Breakfast
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • 24-hour front desk
  • 24-hour room service
  • Access to Le Resto Restaurant


Casablanca, almost universally referred to as 'Casa', is the cosmopolitan, industrial and economic heart of Morocco and its largest city, as well as perhaps one of the less obviously endearing cities in the country. With a small, unassuming medina and a busy ville nouvelle, travellers arriving via Casablanca may be tempted to find the first train out to nearby Rabat. The awe-inspiring Hassan II Mosque and happening nightlife, however, are worth at least a day of your Moroccan itinerary. And if you are the more adventurous, independent sort of traveller who wants to go beyond what is 'pretty', this is North African big city life in all its grit and glory, with its cultural diversity (there are immigrants here from many other parts of Africa), and its many neighbourhoods of vibrant day- and night-life.

What to see:

  • The King Hassan II Mosque, A relatively new mosque, it's the largest in Morocco and the third largest in the world--also consisting of the tallest minaret in the world. It is one of the two main mosques in Morocco open to non-Muslims. Beautiful interior complete with water features, a roof that opens to the sky, a huge hammam in the basement (not in use), and beautiful tile work. Worth a trip to the city.
  • Old Medina, North of of the Place des Nations Unies There is a small, traditional walled town in the north of Casablanca. If you are in town it's worth a visit, but it's nothing compared to the glories of Fes or Marrakech.
  • The Corniche is a neighborhood on the ocean, west of the Hassan II Mosque. Decades ago, it was a thriving resort area - hotels lining the ocean side of the Boulevard de la Corniche and nightclubs lining the other side. Most look like they've seen better days, but it's almost disorienting how much it resembles the New Jersey Shore. Along the Boulevard de l'Ocean Atlantique are many newer, fancier hotels. The Corniche is also home to many western fast food chains. A new western-style movie theater can also be found here, but the best option is to walk up and down the street, resting at one of the many ocean-view cafes.
  • The Shrine of Sidi Abderrahman is built on a rock offshore, well past The Corniche, and is only accessible at low tide. The shrine itself is off-limits to non-Muslims, but visitors are permitted to explore the tiny, Medina-like neighborhood that has sprung up around it. A better bet is to walk to it along the beach and catch a view of the beautiful white walls before catching a cab to less remote areas.
  • Mahkama du Pacha This is a Hispanic-Moorish building comprised of more than 60 ornate rooms with delicately carved wooden ceilings. There are many stuccoes and intricate wrought-iron railings as well as beautifully-tiled floors. While entrance may be free it is not easy to get in. You need to find a guide to accompany you. 
  • Central Post Office Come here to send your postcards in style! Built in 1918, the facade of this building is composed of both round and rectangular shapes. Once you approach you will get a good view of the excellent mosaics.

Built on 17 floors of Tower glass Mogador, Mogador Marina is located the heart of Casablanca near the Old medina , casa port and Casa voyageur Railyway station ; 5 minutes from the Hassan II mosque and 15 minutes from Ain Diab Night life district in Casablanca.

The interior design of this jewel harmoniously blends modern design and the authenticity of the Moroccan art of living "by Mogador Moroccan life style."

176 rooms & suites with an ultra-high-speed wireless internet connection throughout the hotel with full a set of amenities for an optimum comfort, a tailored service to meet all the requirements for business and leisure stays.

5 meeting rooms equipped with the latest advanced technology tools; a business center and professional support to ensure the success of your events.

The International Restaurant and literary café will welcome you in a warm atmosphere for your business lunch and dinner; tea time or just with friends in a warm and cozy atmosphere.

The Mogador Marina promises an experience of the true Moroccan life style !!


Hotel Reception

Check in : 02:00 PM
Check out : 12:00 PM


Hotel Amenities

Laundry Service
Restaurant
Wi-Fi Internet
Bar Lounge
Parking
Fitness Center

This vacation stands under our "do good travelling" guarantee. Our projects impact some of the most disadvantaged people, who not only gain access to jobs, but also redefine their identity and role in society. 100% of the revenue will go directly where needed the most!

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