I was here the last night of a 9 day tour, and the hotel and the Anfa district (Casablanca's most exclusive) were a good place to end the program. The rooms were large enough to repack our luggage without feeling like we were pressed for space; the televisions were large and decent, and the wifi connection was strong. The lobby was overrun with conference attendees (we were looking for a place to meet as a group to fill out evaluations from the tour company and sign some thank you cards), but we made it work. The dinner was a bit odd - there was another group organized by the same company who was just beginning their program, and management insisted that we had to sit together, even though we explained that we were weren't all together. The food was decent, although the service was somewhat slow (the restaurant was overrun with customers). The only negative was that the concierge was a bit rude with me when I asked about arranging transport to the airport for two people flying separately -- he abruptly informed me that he'd already discussed it with our guide and ended the conversation. Other than that, I'd use them again to conclude a program - those who wanted to do last minute shopping found it easily; those who wanted to go to Starbucks across the street got their frappucino fix; and me? I wanted to lay on my bed and watch Egyptian soap operas, and I got my wish too!
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