If ever a hotel needed to be refreshed, it's the Sheraton Casablanca. The décor is severely dated, looking like it hasn't been updated since the early 1980s. A mustiness pervades throughout the hotel, both in the common areas and the rooms. Granted, at least during my visit, nearly every building in Casablanca seemed to smell to varying degrees of persistent, high humidity (and it was indeed extremely humid during my visit), but it was still less than appealing.
There are pluses: rooms are large and spacious, the staff is friendly and helpful, and breakfast was plentiful and flavorful. Rooms are soundproofed well, even those facing the very busy boulevard the hotel is located on; in spite of the near-constant stream of horn-honking that marks all Moroccan traffic, I was not disturbed by traffic noise on either of my two nights at the hotel.
The result is serviceable lodging that's completely unremarkable, in either a positive or negative direction. With updates to décor and amenities, it could become a more pleasant place to stay, but as it is, it serves its function of providing a comfortable place to sleep.
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- Also Known As:
- Sheraton Casablanca Hotel And Towers
- Casablanca Sheraton