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I got this hotel in exchange for some miles I had. The hotel is in the industrial area of Casablanca, so our first impression was very bad (of the area). The staff is great, the hotel is very good. AC and TV. No fridge though. Breakfast is good enough for the price and after visiting downtown Casablanca at night, we decided this area is much friendlier because there are a lot of shops open till late, neighbors on the streets and we found the most excellent restaurant hidden on the street behind it, called "La Bonne Adresse" (11 Rue de la Participacion - Tel 0522 241 759 - Mr. Naimi Hajjaj). It doesn't appear on Google but do go there. The owner is 78 years old and he makes amazing food.
Room: cockroach in the bathroom Breakfast: dirty dishes, burnt food, dirty seating area - we lost our appetites Hotel: they charge too much for the room itself, but adding the taxes, it´s definitely way too expensive for what you´ll be getting. somebody is trying to make it nice, by hanging some paintings on the walls, but i prefer clean than dirty and artsy Staff: unfriendly Location: outside of the center, 15-ish minutes to the mosque by car
We stayed for a couple of days on our way elsewhere, and it was decent. It is definitely a very basic hotel - breakfast is not included, and they don't even have shampoo in the bathroom, but it is decently clean and the staff is kind and helpful. Great for a short stay, but if you are staying for a while and want to enjoy I would recommend spending a bit more for something more luxurious!
I’m staying in manzil hotel and this is not the first time it’s amazing hotel and so closed to Dubai mall and I would like to say thank you to main the coffee man he so smiley and all the the staff in courtyard and special thanks to Moustafa and Ahmed from reception.
We’ve stayed one night at the arrival of our trip to morocco Seriously don’t bother booking this hotel, You couldn’t stand the smell of the bed and the mattresses, And it’s not clean at all The lights close to the bed is the home of several insects and the Air conditioning doesn’t work correctly it seems that it only flows the air. I didn’t know about the neighborhood but when we arrive until the midnight the little children keep continuing the firework with a very harsh sounds.
This hotel where you can stay for a reasonable price. Close to the city center. The location is not very safe. Cost/quality is OK. The internet connection is not very good. Rooms are good and have TV. The cleanliness of the rooms is not bad. Bathroom also is ok. I had a a flight. So I stayed one night. For a one night stay is OK.
I'm glad we found this hidden gem close to the city of Casablanca. Shops and the markets on the street, quiet place to stay and refresh between adventures. Very tidy, exceptional room service, 24/7 reception and competitive price. Definitely recommend it!
Dodgy neighbor hood, unsecure hotel, expensive, dirty, breakfast does not taste good, the hotel is far away from the towncentre it is really a waste of time. Avoid it simple as that. If you do go there anyway, tell the clerk to provide the breakfast room with food beforehand if you do not want to wait 1h for the guy to cook it. "You can still eat leftovers from the day before if you are up to".
The desk employees were awful. On check-out I was over charged and they refused to give us the finished price. The employee was a teenager, who hardly even knew how to use the credit card machine. The other employee (who was a bit fatter and black) we had problems with, came to our arguing taxi driver, who was asking for triple the amount that was shown on the meter, and demanded we paid the taxi driver what he wanted. (Ended up calling police and paid the amount on meter screen) The hotel is very far from anything and you will need to take taxis to get back and forth. It would have been better just to pay a bit extra for one closer to the center and with nicer rooms and staff.
Decent enough for a stop over in cosmopolitan and lively Casa. Good shower, clean comfy beds, feels secure. You'll need taxis to get around from here, so make sure they use their metres so you don't get ripped off. The little red 'petit taxis' are good to nip around in and inexpensive.
Manzil Hotel places you within 3 miles (5 km) of popular attractions like Place Mohammed V and Port of Casablanca. This hotel has 39 rooms and welcomes guests with conveniences like a restaurant, free in-room WiFi, and a 24-hour business center.
Enjoy a bite to eat at Manzel Restaurant, the hotel's onsite restaurant. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 6 AM to noon.
All 39 soundproofed rooms provide sofa beds, free newspapers, and phones. Guests can expect free WiFi and 32-inch plasma TVs with satellite channels. Desks are also standard.
Manzil Hotel features free WiFi in public areas, a 24-hour business center, and coffee in a common area. Airport transportation is made easy with an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for MAD 300 per vehicle one-way. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Additional amenities include a free grocery shopping service, express check-out, and free newspapers.