The SpaceMohamedeya is a popular summer seaside resort for families escaping Casablanca heat. We use the place in summer to rest our heads before traveling and visiting family. If you want a luxury, private haven, away from hustle and bustle of daily Moroccan life this really isn't for you. Our place is new, comfortable, clean with basic facilities right in the heart of real Morocco.
The internal decor is a mix of traditional Moroccan and quirkiness. My kids love the new loft room and private covered yard 25m2 at the back of the apt for inflatable pool and playing around.
We have never lived in the property and everything, the kitchen, bedroom, lounges bathroom etc is brand new.
It is calm, quiet private, yet located in a new and busy popular area of Mohamedeya. You have many beaches a stone's throw away, stops, restaurants, traditional markets, mosques etc. Guest AccessThis property is in a newly established residential area in a nice part of town. A lot of properties are newly built or in progress though away from the business areas, tourist hustle and bustle and you will get some peace and quiet. I like too that shops, markets and entertainment are there but not on your doorstep. Wheelchair accessible. Please request ramp. Interaction with GuestsI am happy to orientate you in Morocco and help you settle in. The NeighborhoodOur neighbours are friendly, local Moroccan families and university students. People usually only speak Arabic and French, sometimes English and Spanish. It is a new area, still in progress. There are some restaurants, grocery shops, cafes with free internet on the premises and a large supermarket called 'Marjan' but a short ride away. Getting AroundCar hire, taxis and buses in abundance. All public transport is very cheap. Green local taxis use meters. Blue and white Mercedes Benz shared taxis go between all cities, Casablanca, 15 dhs Rabat 25 dhs etc and are also very cheap. Super trains, buses and coaches also run between cities. Car hire costs between 250-500 dhs per day. Agencies require you leave a deposit of 2,000 dhs and driver's passport before receipt of the vehicle. You can hire using a European license. Traffic laws are enforced VERY strictly in Morocco and the police are vigilant. The autoroute is close with easy access to North and South Morocco. Each and every time you park your car in public ALWAYS pay the local 'Guardien' 2-5 dhs to protect it from thieves. Other Things to NoteThere is a older nightwatchman called Milood who guards the area, vehicles and local property.