Hôtel & Spa Le Doge5.0 out of 5.0
Hôtel & Spa Le Doge5.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Stayed at this place on the last night of a trip to Morocco and was not disappointed. Everything works, it’s clean and quiet. There is a pretty good rooftop bar and restaurant though my lunch of duck was a little odd. All in all, pretty good.
We stayed in Le Doge the first two nights of our Casablanca holiday. Loved the boutique nature of the hotel. Atmospheric roof terrace serving Moroccan breakfasts and dinners.Enjoyed them all! Helpful and friendly staff. Easy walk to the Medina, the impressive new Mosque, and to 'Rick's cafe'. We were lucky as a 'walk in' for lunch at the latter but would advise booking.
My small party had an enjoyable short stay at this centrally located hotel in Casablanca. It is nicely positioned in a small, quiet street off a busy main road. Boutique accommodation in a restored Art Deco building with a lovely ambience. Very nice breakfast on the rooftop lounge looking over the residential neighbourhood of the central city and nearby park. Staff were friendly and welcoming. I would recommend this hotel to travellers visiting Casablanca.
This hotel is a bit pricy compared to other options but I completely enjoyed the decor and the service. The room was so comfortable and the room is aesthetically pleasing. I love the fresh flowers— a very pleasant touch. The bed is heavenly. I adore Morocco and want to come back again soon with family and friends. Would definitively revisit this charming hotel!
We stayed two night, once at the beginning of our trip and again at the end; we got to stay in two different rooms (Guitry, and Fitzgerald). We prefer Guitry because the room is in the back, it is quiet, and has a lovely garden patio with table and chairs to sit and enjoy. The Fitzgerald is large, is in the front of the hotel, faces the street which is quite, but we were able to hear the dogs barking at night, but there is really no traffic, so it's quiet, but not as quiet as a back room. Both rooms are comfortable, the beds have nice sheets and are comfortable and the rooms are large with shower and tub. You cannot go wrong with either room. The Fitzgerald room is larger than Guitry, but Guitry has a patio. The rooftop is very lovely. It has a retractable roof and windows. It is an excellent location to relax, have a snack and drink, and unwind a bit from long day. Their service was friendly, impeccable and the food delicious. We ate at the hotel's traditional restaurant and we were pleased with the food and service, everything was tasty and well prepared. The hotel is within a short safe walk to the art deco area of Casablanca. We ask the front desk for a map and a route and they provide it. We found the staff helpful and friendly. A big thank you to the front desk and the gentleman at the door (salt and pepper color hair maybe in 50's). We asked for assistance to translate and write a message of thanks and gratitude for our driver in Arabic. They were happy to be of service. My wife and I got a Hammam and a massage. The hammam was nice, the spa décor is average, but we found the person that did the hamman and massage was very good!
A boutique hotel full of charm, glam and personality! Le Doge is a beautiful hotel that the art deco design simply match the vibes of Casablanca. It was located in a quiet street near L'Eglise du Sacre-Coeur and the medina is within walking distance. Each room has a different theme name after famous art deco artists and designers. I like the little touch of luxury by putting a punch of Casablanca in the room and the fruits and chocolate in the morning and evening. The hotel response quickly to my request and very kindly to offer a room at higher floor for me. It made my stay perfect in Casablanca.
At the end of a fantastic month in Morocco, we arrived on the early morning flight from Fes, to spend a day and half in Casablanca before flying home. We had figured on dropping our bags at the hotel and then going out to explore the city until check-in time. My wife, unfortunately, got sick our last day in Fes, and was in no shape to be exploring and only wanted to rest. The staff at the Doge were SO accommodating: They set us up in the cafe with mint tea (of course) and told us they'd get us into a room as soon as they could-- which turned out to be around 10:30 a.m. and in a higher category room than we had paid for. They wrote off any early check-in surcharges or charges for the upgrade, and throughout our stay made inquiries into how my wife was feeling. The room was very comfortable and perfect if you had to be stuck somewhere recuperating for a day and a half. Aside from that, the hotel is lovely, and in a great location-- on a quiet side street but very close to the center of town. A wonderful, small, quirky museum is just around the corner, the Art Deco district is within walking distance, and the Hassan II Mosque is a less than a dollar cabride away. The staff at the Cafe was very nice too, and we had a lovely dinner and breakfast there. Highly recommended.
My husband and I have stayed at different hotels under the same brand so expected a high-level of service at this location. We were surprised as to how terrible of an experience we had during our last nigh in Casablanca and if I could give this location a zero or even negative points I would. 1. We were on the way to Le Cabestan and asked the front desk the best way to get there, the front desk person suggested we take a taxi, showing us where it was on the map. We then asked how much it should be since we had gotten ripped off the first night. He didn't offer to get us a cab, but we ventured out and it took us time to find one. However, when we finally were able to get into a cab at the higher rate. As tourists, we don't know the city so didn't feel like we could say anything. When we came back, we say something to the front desk (the cab driver back also quoted a higher rate), and he did attempt to say something. However, when he came back in, his response was you should take the guy to the police and he won't charge you. As we walked up to our room, I turned and he was LAUGHING at us. 2. I was also surprised that the same guy told us arrive at the airport two hours before the flight. I am happy we didn't listen since we had to clear security three times. 3. The next morning, we wanted to go for a walk, we went down around 11 and asked the front desk to hold the key. We were well aware of the check-out time, but the front desk person (different from the night before), pointed at the clock and said checked out is at noon. Mind you, this was a Sunday and many people had checked out, the cleaning staff busy so it's not like they were waiting to get into our room. This whole experience left such a bad taste in our mouths and, if our travels take us back to Casablanca, we won't even think about staying here. We didn't feel welcome and were actually laughed at by the people who were there to help us navigate an unfamiliar city.
Loved this charming peaceful hotel. Excellent service, great food and beautiful rooms, especially the mosaik bathroom is fantastic. Great location close to the medina and moske. Try the spa and get a hammah treatment - it is amazing.
The place to stay, when in Casablanca ☀️- and to have a genuine Moroccan meal in the most beautiful restaurant, Le Jasmine! This fine little boutique hotel, art deco style, 16 rooms only, located perfectly in the historic art deco area right in the city center buzz, but where it’s calm, close to the old medina, a beautiful palm tree park and within walking distance to the mosque by the ocean. The rooftop is bathed in sunshine and Le Doge Café there is open all day and serves breakfast and tasteful Mediterranean meals and snacks nonstop. There is a little spa and I had the best hammam experience.
- Walking distance to Place Mohammed V
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free valet parking
- Onsite dining
Located in Casablanca City Center within a short walk of Place Mohammed V, Hôtel & Spa Le Doge is within a mile (2 km) of other popular sights such as Casablanca Twin Center. This 5-star hotel welcomes guests with 16 rooms and conveniences like free in-room WiFi, free valet parking, and a rooftop terrace.
Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Order from 24-hour room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room. Buffet breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 7 AM to 10:30 AM.
An LCD TV comes with satellite channels and pay movies, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Beds are dressed in down comforters and the bathroom offers a soaking tub, a rainfall showerhead, a hair dryer, and designer toiletries. Other standard amenities include an iPod dock, a minibar, and an espresso maker.
Hôtel & Spa Le Doge features a steam room, a rooftop terrace, and free WiFi in public areas. You can take advantage of free valet parking, along with an airport shuttle for a fee (available 24 hours). The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with luggage storage and tours/tickets. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include a meeting room, a library, and express check-in.
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89.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 521 reviews