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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 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.
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.
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!