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As you may know, Morocco is our specialty, we will  be delighted  to design a deluxe  private VIP tour for you and  your loved ones.  A tour to the beautiful country of ours  that fits all of you according to your desires and interest of travel, Our unique tours are  from playing golf in the best golf courses in the World ....to a donkey ride in the narrow alleys of Fes city.  We are just one click away info@casablancatravelandtours.travel, When you put your request through, we will, all of us,  be more than happy to be at your services...

 With us, you will fall in love with Morocco.

CAABLANCA

Morocco s most visited cities

  • Casablanca, Morocco
  • Rabat , Morocco
  • Meknes, Morocco
  • Fes, Morocco
  • Erfoud/Marzouga, Morocco
  • Ouarzazate, Morocco
  • Marrakech, Morocco
  • Asni , Morocco
  • Essaouira, Morocco
  • Agadir, Morocco
  • Taroudant, Morocco

 As Time Goes By
You must remember this. A kiss is just a kiss
They still say "I love you" On that you can rely.
No matter what the future brings as time goes by.
Moonlight and love songs never out of date.
Hearts full of passion, jealousy and hate.
Woman loves man, and man must have his mate
That no-one can deny. It's still the same old story
A fight for love and glory .A case of do or die.
The world will always welcome honeymooners as time goes by

Casablanca:
"Principal city in Morocco and capital in all but administration" Casablanca is now the largest port of the Maghreb - busier even than Marseille, the city on which it was modeled by the French. Your visit will include the central market, the Habous district, the Royal Palace, the Mohamed V square, the residential area of Anfa and the full tour of the famous Hassan II Mosque.

Each of the 182 rooms, is elegantly decorated, spacious, and provides all the subtle comfort of a world-class hotel. The 23 suites are decorated with exquisite taste. Each one has its own distinctive style and offers the most modern amenities. Le Royal Mansour Meridien, the ultimate deluxe palace of Casablanca, is located in the heart of the economic capital of the Kingdom of Morocco. One of the finest hotels in the world, it offers a seamless blend of contemporary comforts with a distinctive style and splendor. Through its service oriented management, it meets the highest standards of world class hotels.

 

 

 

RABAT

 There is blue everywhere. The intense blue of the sky and the sea. And, nestling within the protection of the ochre-colored ramparts, a gleaming white city and a minaret (tower) that reaches up to touch the clouds: this is Rabat, the capital of Morocco. Rabat has a long history as a capital city. In the XIIth century, Yacoub el-Mansour, the great Almohades conqueror chose it to be the symbol of his splendor.

But history had already been made at Rabat. The Marinades (XIIIth and XIVth century) honored the city by making it the site of the Chellah necropolis, building on the ruins of the ancient Roman town of Sale.

History has left its mark upon Rabat, and Rabat honors those who made it. As Yacoub el-Mansour is honored with the Hassan tower, dominating what should have been one of the greatest mosques in the Muslim world, or the mausoleum of the late King Mohammed V, architect of Moroccan independence in 1956 and the imposing Royal Palace, residence of the king and seat of the government since 1912.

THE KASBAH OF THE OUDAYA
History stops in Rabat and does not leave. It appears on the corner of an alley, in a stall of oriental slippers and poufs fragrant with the scent of leather, in a carpet auction. It impregnates every stone of the Oudaya Kasbah, fortress of indomitable Andalous Corsairs of XVII century. Nothing is more pleasurable than imagining their exciting lives, delightfully installed at the Moorish coffee, savoring gazelle horns (Moroccan cake) with a mint tea, looking at the boats which dance in the Bou Regreg river at the bottom of the Sale city ramparts.

THE KING MOHAMMED V MAUSOLEUM
Here, everything is luxury and sophistication. The traditional Moroccan art is put on exhibit : under a gilt cupola made of mahogany and Lebanon cedar, arises the Royal sarcophagus of Pakistani white onyx (marble).

THE NECROPOLIS OF CHELLAH
Situated on the site of the ancient city of Sale, the Necropolis is located 2 km from the city center. Passing through the lovely door, you will discover a site overtaken by an exuberant vegetation.

You can distinguish tombs and a stone basin where there are fish and sacred turtles.
It was fed by a miraculous source where, according to legend, a golden fish lived. Further on, a minaret has partly maintained its multicolored decor. It is occupied now by storks.

La Tour Hassan Hotel
Founded in 1914, La Tour Hassan Hotel is an integral part of the history of Rabat, the capital of Morocco original architectural work. wish to receive in a luxury hotel.

MEKNES

One of the kingdom's imperial cities, Meknes was founded in the 11th century and was chosen by Moulay Ismaïl in 1672 as capital of his empire. The city's unity of style lends it undeniable charm, enhanced still further by the beauty of the surrounding countryside. Moulay Ismaïl's creation was to be much talked of in the East and in Europe, most especially at the French court of King Louis XIV. The period was one of the high points in the city's rich history.

As well as its fabulous monuments, such as Dar El Makhzen palace, the Sidi Saïd mosque, Bab El Berdaine, Bab El Khémis, Bab El Mansour, Bab Jemaâ En Nouar, the Moulay Ismaïl Mausoleum and the Kouba El Khayatine, Meknes offers impressive views of the Agdal basin. Not far from Meknes, the Roman city of Volubilis is an unforgettable treat for the tourist. The city is surrounded by 2,5 kilometers of ramparts, entered by six gates.

It was a thriving settlement until the 4th century, and fine mosaics, sculptures and kitchenware can be seen there. The city's architectural spender gives ample proof of its rich past. 27 kilometers from Meknes lies the holy city of Moulay Idriss, harbouring the sanctuary of the founder of the Idrissid dynasty. A yearly pilgrimage is made to the city in August and September, a great gathering of the region's multitude of tribes come to celebrate in solemn and meditative manner the moussem dedicated to the Saint of the city.

Visitors return from Meknes as if awakening from a dream-one might have been making use of the famous Time Machine. But one will never forget the skill of its goldsmiths, the dexterity of its merchants, the workmanship of its wood sculptors and the friendly hubbub of its souks.

An historic city whose splendor attracted architects, engineers and artists, Meknes and its surroundings have remained unchanged for centuries. At sunset the Imperial city glows as the ramparts reflect the fading light. You can relax in the cool of its lush gardens. Or you can lose yourself in history at Moulay Idriss, by the tomb of the founder of the first Arab dynasty and among the ruins of the ancient Roman city of Volubilis. At sunset the Imperial city glows as the ramparts reflect the fading light. You can relax in the cool of its lush gardens. Or you can lose yourself in history at Moulay Idriss, by the tomb of the founder of the first Arab dynasty and among the ruins of the ancient Roman city of Volubilis.

FES

The Holy City of Fez is a jewel of Spanish-Arabic civilization. Fez does not reveal its secrets easily. Secretive, shadowy, they need to be discovered little by little, with reverence. Only in this way can the splendors of Medrsa architecture be fully appreciated. Only in this way will the call of the medina tempt you. Bustling with artisans and merchants, its captivating sounds, fragrances and colors mesmerize the visitor with a constant swirl of activity. The city of Moulay Idriss 1st, sanctuary of human and moral sciences.

The great À Karaouiyne University bas for eleven centuries been a religions and intellectual center whose influence bas spread far beyond the Kingdom's boundaries. In 789, a pick-axe of silver and gold -"fas" in Arabic - was presented to Idriss 1st to use in tracing the outlines of the city. Hence the name of the city, which lies at the far eastern end of the plain of Saïss, bordered to the south by the hills outlying the Atlas Mountains. Cradle of religions, cultural and artistic traditions, Fes, the double city, is the kingdom's spiritual capital. The Andalusia mosque, dating from the 9th century, and further embellished by successive rulers, is accessed through a mighty door of sculpted cedar. An imposing minaret decorated with green faiences crowns the Rsif Mosque. The Medersas around the Karaouiyne Mosque, former lodging houses for students coming from outside the city, attest the importance of its thousand years of history. In the Medina, a labyrinth of sloping, winding alleyways are crammed full of stalls and workshops. This is the famed Kissaria -the commercial center. A multitude of locally produced goods are on sale in this incredible maze-cotton fabric, silk, brocade work, slippers, and many more.

The craftsmen of the El Attarine souks offer the visitor a non-stop spectacle. For hundreds of years such work bas been regulated by traditional guilds, ensuring that its quality is worthy of the city. Each district has its own specialty : cobalt blue enameled pottery, carpets, wrought iron ... one looks on as the dyer stirs his yarns, steeped in their multitude of colors, as the tanner tramples his skins under an open sky -skins that the leather-worker will eventually adorn with fine gilt for book-binding . Leaving the souks through the Boujeloud gate with its decoration of green and blue faiences, the riches contained in the wonderful Museum of Moroccan Art await one. And the last marvel of all -the Jamaî Palace, transformed in 1930 into a luxury hotel, an incomparably elegant structure renowned for the quality of its cuisine.

La Maison Bleue, for those seeking an authentic Moorish residence in the center of the ancient city, La Maison Bleue is unbeatable. Owned and managed by the Abbadi family who originate from Andalusia and still live in a part of the original house. Mainly decorated in blue zellij (mosaic) and finely decorated plaster walls and featuring some wonderful original cedar doors and stained glass windows. There are 3 resplendent suites each with large double bed, en suite bathroom, television and telephone. Other features of La Maison Bleue include a delightful atrium; a reading room and a rooftop terrace with superb views of the entire medina. An unforgettable experience of warm hospitality in typical Moroccan style

La Maison bleue located in the heart of the medina . A long corridor leads to an atrium surrounded by three main salons. On the 1st and 2nd floor are 6 royal suites equipped with television ,air conditioning and a telephone . At La Maison Bleue you will be, first and foremost, the guests of a prominent Fassi family in their own home. As soon as you cross the threshold you will feel as though you've stepped back in time. After walking down a long corridor, you will pass through a door opening magically into a sumptuous atrium decorated with carved cedar and plaster, traditional zellij mosaic, and stained glass windows. You will be greeted by a caring and courteous staff dressed in traditional costume. The Gnouas musicians play traditional instruments such as the oud (or lute). Enjoy the unique library; where you will find the spiritual. scientific, and philosophical works of the late head of the family, the great jurist and astrologer Si Mohammed El Abbadi. A few steps higher, and you will find yourself on the rooftop terrace, where you can admire the view of the entire medina. Our menu includes salads and appetizers chicken ,beef and lamb tajines, pastilla with milk and almonds, and oranges with cinnamon and orange flower water. It was built as a family palace in 1915 by Sidi Mohammed El Abbadi , a famous judge and astrologer of the times . its location near Bab Boujould Is ideal, providing you easy walking access to all the monuments of Fes el jedid and Fes el bali .

Palais Jamai
The Palais Jamai is surrounded by a magnificent Andalusian garden bordering the medina of Fes which it dominates. An authentic princely palace built in 1879 year of the hegira and it offers peace and dream in a luxurious and refined place.

Property Summary
134 rooms. 5 stories. Built in 1879. Renovated in 1999.

ERFOUD/MARZOUGA

An early wake up call for sunrise excursion to  Dunes.  An experience not to be missed is to watch the sun as it  rises from the top of the golden dunes,  a spectacular view of the Sahara which no words can describe. Back to the tent for special Breakfast with the Touargees people, then continue on to explore the holy ancient city of Rissani by your 4X4 Land Rover.

OUARZAZATE

Berber Palace
Adhering to local culture, the hotel is built in the Kasbah style and with a mix of Berber and traditional crafts, an ambience of space and charm has been created. Centrally located on a high point, the hotel has 240 air-conditioned rooms each with private terrace/patio, satellite TV, phone, mini-bar, bath & shower. Facilities include large pool, dining room serving Moroccan and international cuisine, grill and piano bar

 

 

 

MARRAKECH

The first feeling one has when entering this particular imperial capital is of pure enchantment. We are bewitched-falling under the spell of the place and its people, folk artists to their very souls who have only one aim in view to make a stay in their city as entrancing an experience as possible. With its world-famous square, Jamaâ El Fna, the beacon city of the Almoravids was founded in about 1070 with a view to controlling traffic from the nearby Atlas. It was from this rudimentary settlement that the earliest conquests were launched. Abu Bakr, head of the Almoravids, undertook the construction of a kasbah, nicknamed the "stone castle" only yards away from the present site of the Koutoubia.

Marrakech became the capital of a vast empire in the reign of Youssef Ben Tachfine-an empire which, under the Almohades, reached as for as the frontiers of Libya.

The first Almohades sovereign, Abdelmoumen began the construction of the Koutoubia mosque, which his grandson Yacoub El Mansour adorned with a superb minaret, still standing today. His son Youssef had reservoirs dug and a spreading administrative district constructed
-Marrakech reached the height of its glory. Built in the same epoch as Seville's "la Giralda" and Rabat's "Tour Hassan", the Koutoubia, dating from the 11th century, is a truck masterpiece of Hispanic- Moorish art. Its minaret rises to almost 70 meters.

The Badii Palace bas long been regarded as a wonder of the Muslim world. It was the sovereign Ahmed El Mansour Dahbi who undertook construction of the palace following his victory over the Portuguese in the year 986 of the hejira (1578), a victory well-known in the Western World under the name of the Battle of the Three Kings. The major construction work went on for sixteen years. Other marvels to be found in the Red City are the Dar Si Said museum, containing much quintessential Moroccan art and displaying the glittering array of gold and marble ornaments collected by Ahmed El Mansour (1578-1603), greatest of Saadian rulers, the Medersas Ben Youssef, a coranic school founded in 1570 by Moulay Abdellah and a truc masterpiece of Merinids architecture, the Agdal gardens, laid out in the 12th century during the reign of Abdelmoumen and the Menara, a magnificent artificial lake fringed with flowers ...

Framed by the snowy heights of the Atlas, with rose-colored ramparts and a thousand year old palm grove, Marrakech casts a magic spell. Sumptuous and exuberant, it radiates splendor and mysticism ; at the dye merchants, in the explosion of multicolored wools ; at Festival time, in the rhythm of the music, in the emotion of the dancers ; in the idle talk of the merchants and in the skill of the jugglers. Enchantment, you feel in the shade of the blue gardens and in the overwhelming perfection of the Koutoubia.

Amanjena Palace
The first Aman resort on the African continent, means "peaceful paradise." (Aman is Sanskrit for "peaceful," while jena means "paradise" in Arabic.) Located in Morocco, Amanjena’s 34 pavilions and seven, two-story maisons are set within an oasis of palms and old olive trees. Earth-toned Marrakech, with its gardens and its souks, its art and craft and compelling culture, is just seven kilometers away. The resort is situated alongside an 18-hole golf course with a second course, a royal golf course, less than a kilometer away. Amanjena looks out onto the snow-capped High Atlas Mountains, the highest range in North Africa.

A stunning hotel situated some 7 kilometers outside Marrakech, the Amanjena is built in the traditional style of a Moroccan palace. It hosts 34 walled gardened 1 bedroom pavilions, four large 2 bedroom maisons each with plunge pools and three maisons jardin. Open fireplaces and king size beds seem to be a standard feature.

The range of excursions on hand are impressive and the very efficient and polite staff make make the Amanjena a welcoming if not expensive place to spend time. Excursions include horse-carriage rides, hiking as well as gentle walking through Berber villages.

La Maison Arabe
Hidden at the end of a secluded road in the center of Marrakech is the beautiful Maison d’Arabe. A spectacular gem in the heart of the Medina, this stunning new hotel comprises 11 rooms each one individually designed with eye-catching silks and traditional antiques.

There is no restaurant and no menu here, but instead you choose what you want to eat for each meal and it is created for you personally!

Right in the heart of the Medina of Marrakech lies a charming and highly original hotel, lavishly decorated with Moroccan antiques, oriental carpets and exquisite good taste. Originally a restaurant created by two remarkable French ladies in the 1940s. La Maison Arabe's present incarnation as a delightful small hotel is the work of an Italian aristocrat, who transformed the highly renowned hostelry into ten enchanting suites and rooms.

The original Moorish layout has been maintained, with all the rooms set around two shady patios complete with gently gurgling fountains. Bejewelled lanterns hang in graceful archways to cast splashes of ruby, emerald and amber light, while original artworks (both antique and contemporary) epitomize the unique style of the house.

Mellow ochre walls and traditional brass pots and lamps offset classic Moroccan blue furnishings.

The romantic bedrooms and suites - evocatively named after characters from 1001 Arabian Nights - are all individually designed in rich colors and sumptuous fabrics to create a feeling of opulent indulgence further enhanced by the luxurious marble bathrooms. Breakfast and afternoon tea are served in the patio courtyard, and while La Maison Arabe no longer serves dinner, the main square with its range of temptingly exotic restaurants is just a 5 minute walk away. For warmer weather guests can also now take advantage of the hotel's own pool and bar, situated in a private garden about a ten minute drive by shuttle van.

La Roseraie , Asni
The La Roseraie is located in the heart of the Berber Mountains of the High Atlas at an altitude of 1.000 meters . The hotel is 60 km from Marrakech. The altitude will offer the perfect climate. Cool in summer, mild in winter, its pure air will revitalize you. Secretly hidden in the middle of 25 hectares of natural parkland, far away from stressful city life, it will be the ideal retreat for nature lovers.

La Roseraie. Surrounded by picturesque Berber villages and yet only an hour's drive from Marrakech, this pretty retreat lies in fifty acres of vivid gardens set against a stunning backdrop of snow-capped peaks and rushing mountain streams. Heavily scented roses, ancient olive trees, lemon groves and carpets of wild flowers set the scene for a deeply relaxing escape cushioned from the pressures of life elsewhere.

La Roseraie is an attractive melange of subtle pink and red buildings mid-way between Mediterranean and Arabic architecture. Accommodation is in forty cottage-style bedrooms and suites, all of which are furnished with rustic chic enhanced by local influence. Private terraces lead to the gardens and most junior suites have cosy log fires for the cooler winter evenings.

The emphasis at this lovely hotel is on simple, healthy living; there are three swimming pools, including one inside in the excellent health and beauty centre and two tennis courts. Riding and trekking expeditions range from an hour or two to several days, whilst more sedentary nature lovers can indulge their senses painting and bird watching or merely gazing at the glorious mountain scenery.

La Roseraie is an unpretentious glimpse of paradise; in April and May when the roses are in full bloom, there can be few more beautiful places on earth to unwind and forget about life in the fast lane.

Facilities:
2 Freshwater pools, Attractive gardens and sun terraces
2 tennis courts.
Health center with indoor heated pool.
Lounge , Restaurant (open to public) and Snack bar.
Horses, Walks and Treks.
Orchards.
3 Fantastic golfing opportunities nearby in Marrakech

ESSAOUIRA

Essaouira is one of Morocco’s most enjoyable and attractive towns on the coast. It’s charm is undeniable with its white washed and blue shuttered houses, art galleries, wood workshops, fishermen and colorful boats- all enclosed by ancient red walls. The town faces a group of rocky islands and is surrounded by an expanse of empty sandy beaches and dunes. Everything in the small center is within walking distance and the beaches are quite clean. In summer many people from the big cities come for a day or two to escape the heat and tension of the big cities.

Many tourists are attracted by the constant wind, good for wind-surfing and surfing. The windy city has become internationally famous for its contests and has brought windsurfers from all over the world.

Essaouira was founded by the Portuguese in the 18th century. Although Essaouira (then called Mogador) was home to a series of forts beginning in the 15th century, it was only in the 1760s that the town, then called Mogador, was established and the walls were constructed. The town’s blend of Moroccan and French architecture is due to the fact that a French captive architect, Theodore Cornut, designed it under the orders of the Sultan Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdellah.

In the 19th century, Mogador was the only port (outside of Tangier) that was open to European trade.

This protected trade status attracted British merchants, who settled in the Kasbah and a large Jewish community.

The town went into decline during the beginning of the 20th century as the French protectorate favored Casablanca and the Jewish community left. However, thanks to tourism and its fishing port, it is again on an upward swing.

RIAD Al MADINA
Deep in the heart of the Medina and at 200 m of the beach, you will find RIAD AL MADINA, spouting in delighted perfumes. This old house of Essaouira was building in 1871, and till this day has all the charm an the stylishness of this age. Recently restored, the RIAD AL MADINA is the place of the predilection of internationals artists. Real Oasis of freshness, the Hotel contains 25 rooms and 10 suites, decorated with love in a typically Moroccan style, very authentic, varied, refined and charm full. In each room there is a bath-room and telephone. The suites have a television and we also offer our kind customers a range if comfortable

Sofitel Essaouira Mogador
A Brand new 5 stars seaboard hotel built in local style, 300 meters from the well designed Medina of Essaouira. Rooms and bath rooms of local artisanal designed.  2 restaurants, 2 bars, meeting rooms and a thalassic therapy institute.

AGADIR

The earthquake which struck Agadir in 1960 fact often of forgetting that this city had a history before and that since, thanks to the architects and town planners and the international assistance, this modern city was entirely rebuilt and became a national and international tourist center of very first plan.

Our plumbean starting from its old fortress the Kasbah, the green valleys of Large Souss, the majestic solid masses of the Anti-Atlases and immense wide blued Atlantic Ocean, Agadir with the enthralling and imposing life through the centuries, remains nowadays, after its rebuilding a city enchantress, accessible and the jewel eternal of the South-west of the country.

It is in Agadir where reign a moderate and ideal climate throughout the year, which the visitors appreciate all the benefits of a soft and radiant sun, the beauty and the splendor of its immense ranges as well as wonders of the usual local environment in Morocco which takes here according to the tourists of the whole world of the typical and picturesque paces.

La Gazelle D'Or

TAROUDANT, La Gazelle D' Or
In 1956 a French Baron, Jean Pellenc, and his American born wife, decided to settle in Taroudant and create a paying guest house for their many relations and friends around the world. They built part of the existing main building and twenty guestrooms in cottages round the lawns and laid out extensive gardens. La Gazelle D'Or officially opened on 1st April 1961. Its seclusion, the agreeable climate and its exotic setting near the Atlas Mountains attracted guests. Baron Pellenc died in 1972 and his widow sold the property in 1974.  
 
In 1981, the current owners saw and bought La Gazelle D'Or, then sadly run down, but still with a very special feeling of a wonderful country home. Since then they have reinstated the magic and luxury of the hotel. All the original buildings have been refurbished and redecorated over the years. There are now thirty rooms in stone cottages burgeoning with climbing bougainvillea and lemon trees.

Each room, designed and decorated in a delightful blend of traditional Moroccan and contemporary European style, has its own bathroom, telephone, minibar, open fireplace and private terrace. The mature original gardens were not only maintained but also extended.

There are two tennis courts, a 24 meter pool, horse riding, croquet, hammam, massage, and aromatherapy treatments. Trips into the town of Taroudant with its colorful and extensive souks can be organized as well as excursions into the snow capped Atlas Mountains.

The food is superb; lunch is usually taken by the side of the pool and is a vast, colorful buffet of salads, fish and freshly cooked meat. Much of the produce comes from the hotel's own local organic farm. Dinner is a seven-course affair when guests have the choice of sitting in the more formal dining room, decorated with Berber motifs or sitting on the cool terrace. There is a choice of Moroccan and international cuisine for which the hotel has gained its world-famous reputation.

La Gazelle D'Or does not attempt to present an image or make a statement. The aim is passively to provide guests with the quiet comfort and discreet service, which will enable them to relax and draw from the surroundings and to restore the senses that modern life, tends to crush.

With us, you will fall in love with Morocco.

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