Farah Casablanca is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Casablanca, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Close to some of Casablanca's most popular landmarks, such as Mahkama du Pacha (0.4 mi) and Place des Nations Unies (0.4 mi), Golden Tulip Farah Casablanca Hotel is a great destination for tourists.
Golden Tulip Farah Casablanca Hotel is a family-friendly hotel offering a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a minibar in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service. Plus, guests can enjoy a pool and free breakfast, which have made this a popular choice among travelers visiting Casablanca. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the wine bars, including Le Comptoir des Arènes, Brasserie Nicole, and La esquina, all of which are a short distance from Farah Casablanca.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Old Medina of Casablanca (0.4 mi) or Quartier Habous (1.2 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
Enjoy your stay in Casablanca!
We arrived late here but were made very welcome. The rooms were clean and well equipped. The food provided was very good and there was plenty of choice at breakfast. Staff were very friendly and efficient. Hotel to be recommended.
I stayed three nights in the hotel. Two nights for a work-related trip andi extended my stay for one additional night in order to visit the city before flying back. I must say i don't understand the negative comments, as my experience was really positive - entrance is big and clear - meeting facilities and meeting rooms were really up to standards (and i use approx. once a month hotel conferences facilities) - my room was spotless, super super clan, and th daily cleaning was super efficient. - staff was kind and helpful... grabbing taxis for me everytime I needed and making sure i would not get overcharged. They also gave me excellent advices for shopping etc... On the minus side: it lacks a bit of charm, but it is mostly a business hotel for me, or for people who are not looking forward to staying in an old Ryad (and the hotel never ever pretended to be one).... I am not convinced by the restaurant of the hotel ... there are better options in Casablanca, but it does the trick. The pool was announcd as closed when i visited. So, yes, i would recommend the hotel... be it only for the cleaness, the excellent wifi and the kindness of the staff…
This hotel purports to be five star but this is a long way from the facts. Apart from the flashy entrance and reception area, the rooms are very tired. I am a tour leader and had a group of ten. Some rooms for two people had no towels and it was difficult to get this rectified without some effort. Rooms for two people had only one cup or drinking glass, plumbing was in a bad state - some baths had no plug, some plugs could not be removed from the bath!! Some gifts did not work. ! Managers seem to be everywhere and there are more suited staff than people actually doing the job. These ‘supervisors’ obviously have never done the jobs they are supervising. The dining room was poorly set up, bowls were hard to find yet supervisors were standing right next to the bowls when they run out. I took 26 minutes for us to get 8 drinks and there was no one else at the bar being served. We also stayed at the Farah Rabat and found exactly the same problems. I asked for five star accommodation and my operator booked these hotels. I will not stay there again and advise my operator to book elsewhere. This maya sound like first world problems but when you ask for and pay for five star, we expect something better than this. Simple riads we used in other towns were far better, with much better service.…
The hotel has very nice staff, it would need a bit of maintenance, breakfast is good and in the VIP room at 16th floor you have food all the day long.The gym is not like in the pictures. No trade Mills
Initial impression is a beautiful hotel and we enjoyed the welcome tea. However the fridge didn't work. Essential if you are travelling with a coeliac. The hotel attempted to fix it and were only successful by moving and replacing it with a new one in a different plug. We discovered half the electric plugs didn't work. Dining was a nightmare. The dining manager was rude and abused us for querying whether a dish was gf. He seemed to enjoy shouting at other guests and the poor staff who worked with him.You could hear him shouting and abusing the kitchen staff from the dining room. Not relaxing for dinner. Drink prices were expensive for both alcoholic and non alcoholic. The safe could easily be carried away. This could be a wonderful hotel with more maintenance care in rooms and a welcoming dining manager.…