Four Seasons opens 186-room property in Casablanca

Second Four Seasons Hotel in Morocco welcomes guests to nation's largest city

Second Four Seasons Hotel in Morocco welcomes guests to nation's largest city.
Second Four Seasons Hotel in Morocco welcomes guests to nation's largest city.

Four Seasons has opened its second hotel in Morocco - in the nation's largest city, Casablanca.

Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca, a 186-room property, located in the upscale residential district of Anfa neighbourhood is now ready to welcome guests.

The resort-like hotel is centrally located, with the city centre and financial district around 10 minutes away.

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"For business travellers, it's the perfect home base in the city, and for those on holiday, it's truly the best of both worlds," said Four Seasons general manager Olivier Thomas, who leads a team of 325 employees at the hotel.

Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca features 1150m2 of event space, including the 580m2 Atlantic Ballroom suitable for weddings, social events and corporate functions, and is capable of accommodating up to 400 seated guests.

Sheltered by the hotel building on three sides, the 149m2 resort-style pool is surrounded by landscaping and five private cabanas.

Additional features of the property include a contemporary French brasserie, terrace seating, spa facilities including 10 treatment rooms, an ice fountain, whirlpool, steam rooms and a 24-hour gym.

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