Four Seasons opens Casablanca hotel

Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca, a new oceanside hotel in Morocco's largest city, has now opened.

Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca
Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca

The 186-room hotel is located on the seafront in the Anfa neighbourhood of Casablanca, the city’s most upscale residential district, just ten minutes from the city centre and financial district.

The hotel boasts 1,150sqm of flexible event space, including the Atlantic Ballroom, which is 580sqm in size and can accommodate up to 400 guests seated or 800 for a reception. The room can be divided in two, and there are seven additional function rooms all easily accessible from the Hotel’s lobby.  Of special note is the Lighthouse Room, a more intimate space on the main level with a private balcony with views of the ocean and the El Hank lighthouse.

Other facilties at the hotel include a spa with experience showers, an ice fountain, whirlpool and steam rooms, a 24-hour gym and a 149sqm heated pool.

Dining options include a contemporary French brasserie, a bar and an all day dining restaurant, with another pool bar and restaurant planned to open next Spring.

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