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Reviewed 21 May 2019

Comfortable but slightly rundown hotel near the grand bazaar.
Enjoyed the stay and the breakfast and bar were very good.
Short walk to the grand bazaar or the fish markets. Numerous restaurants nearly so skip the hotel restaurant

Date of stay: April 2019
1  Thank R5831ZKstever
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Reviewed 12 May 2019 via mobile

Its ok if you only there to sart a tour.
Casablanca is the economic centre of Morocco. It has the largest port on the African continent, there for it lack caricature and feel. Its big grimey and crazy. We had one night there at the beginning of out Intrepid Morocco uncovered tour, wich see us traveling in a small group of 11people. We met at the hotel Sension had our tour briefing. The hotel was great the staff very friendly and helpful. Good coffee and plentiful breakfast.

Date of stay: April 2019
Trip type: Travelled with friends
2  Thank willskeates
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Reviewed 12 May 2019 via mobile

A few minutes walk from ctm bus station. Comfortable beds, quiet room, powerful hot shower, nice breakfast and helpful staff who printed our boarding passes. About 45 mins walk to mosque or else 30dirham via taxi

Date of stay: May 2019
Trip type: Travelled with friends
2  Thank rc0llin
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Reviewed 31 March 2019

I just returned from an incredible 13 day tour of all of Morocco. Our tour began in Casablanca and the tour company arranged for us to stay at the Hotel les Saisons the night of the arrival.

The hotel staff was pleasant and helpful. The hotel seems to be right in the middle of the city but we didn't have much time to explore. The room was very comfortable with a small but not uncomfortable sized bathroom. The only meal we had on site was breakfast and while not extravagant, was perfectly fine prior to the start of our trip.

Some others on my group tour said they had arrived a night early and did have a chance to walk around the area a bit. They said it was close to a lot of sites and the medina. Overall a nice stay.

Date of stay: March 2019
  • Trip type: Travelled solo
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1  Thank Mike C
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Reviewed 19 March 2019

We booked this hotel mostly to have a place to leave our bags and be able to shower during a long layover in Casablanca. While all of the hotel staff wore badges saying that they spoke English, their English was so poor that we were mostly unable to communicate with anyone that worked there. As an American traveling, I don't expect that everyone speaks English but, don't falsely advertise this by marking it on all of the front desk staff's name tags. One of the reasons we chose this hotel was that they stated they had an airport shuttle. When we asked about booking this, the woman working seemed very confused. She finally said she would confirm it and the cost would be 300 MAD fixed. When we went down to the lobby to meet the shuttle, the man working behind the front desk said something to the bellman who went running outside. We confirmed with the front desk guy two more times that the price was 300 MAD fixed. The bellman came back with a taxi (van) and told us that was our shuttle. When we got in, the taxi driver told us the cost was 450 MAD. We're not sure if they actually had a shuttle and forgot to schedule it or if this is how they usually provide "shuttle" services, as if we couldn't hail a taxi by ourselves. Regardless, they did not let the taxi driver know the fixed price we were promised 3 different times. It should also be noted that while we were waiting for the "shuttle", a woman arrived to check in and complained about how long she had been waiting at the airport for the hotel shuttle that she booked to get her to the hotel. Outside of the struggles, the hotel was very outdated and dark and reeked of cigarette smoke. Aside from the easy access to the Medina, I would not recommend staying here.

Date of stay: March 2019
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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1  Thank bebackinabritt
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