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3-star apartment in Sidi Bernoussi with outdoor pool
1 Double Bed
1 Twin Bunk Bed and 1 Twin Bed
2 Double Sofa Beds
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Rental basis: Entire house or apartment
Number of bedrooms: 2; Number of other rooms with beds: 1
Sidi Rahal Blanca beach is a Beach resort and sea view with all kind of enjoyments for adults and children. It is secured with a double pool : one for children and an other for the adults. There is an access to a gymnasium with every kind of machine. Also there is a park with football, basketball and volleyball fields to play at any moment without caring for the safety of
your family members as security bodyguards and agents pass everywhere and care for others well being.
There is an open pass to the sea to be mesmerized by the view of the sea nature. The apartment is fully equipped and has a nice view on the garden from the balconies. You will enjoy your stay there.
Finally there is an animation each Saturday and Sunday with given food and clowns and make up artists.
Located on Morocco's Atlantic coast, Casablanca is the country's largest city and busiest port with a population of over 3.5 million. For many, the name Casablanca evokes the romance of the 1945 film starring Ingrid Bergman and Humphrey Bogart; but the reality of the city is a little different. Although its older neighborhoods boast their fair share of picturesque French colonial and traditional Moroccan architecture, Casablanca's modern identity is all about progress and development. It's not as atmospheric as the imperial cities of Marrakesh, Fez, Meknes and Rabat; but it is a thriving business center full of cosmopolitan arts venues, restaurants and nightclubs.
Where to Eat
Casablanca is a cosmopolitan city with a host of great restaurants. From Spanish tapas to fine French fare and authentic Moroccan dishes, you can find almost any cuisine somewhere in the city. Amongst Casablanca's hidden gems is Petit Poucet, a little café in the old part of the city where Saint-exupéry, the French author and aviator, used to spend time between mail flights across the Sahara. If you're in the mood to splurge, check out Villa Zévaco for exquisite European cuisine. Rick's Café is modeled after the iconic café in the movie Casablanca and as such is a must for Bogart and Bergman fans.
Most overseas visitors arrive in Casablanca via the Mohammed V International Airport (cmn). From there, it's a 45-minute taxi ride into the center of town or a short hop on the commuter train that leaves from Terminal One. Alternatively, Casablanca Voyageurs train station is one of Morocco's most important rail hubs, and provides direct services to and from other key destinations including Fez, Marrakesh, Rabat, Meknes and Tangier. Cruise ships and long-distance buses operated by Ctm or Supratours complete the list of transport methods one can choose from to reach Casablanca.
Breakage deposit: EUR 150 per stay