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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.
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 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.
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!