Banquet and meeting rooms
Wellness and Fitness Centre with hammam
Casablanca is Morocco’s largest city, and is also the country’s economic, industrial and port capital. Situated on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean with a fabulous temperate climate all year round, this is one of Morocco’s most visited cities.
It’s the most modern side to this region, encapsulating a truly cosmopolitan spirit and the harmonious combination of history and cutting-edge design. Visitors to the city will find towering skyscrapers and sprawling avenues interspersed with ancient buildings.
This Moroccan metropolis is one of North Africa’s most attractive regions thanks to its many sights.
Any traveler arriving in the city and staying in a Casablanca hotel will be enchanted when exploring this vast city home to unique and contrasting sites such as the Arab League Park, Sidi Abderrahman Islet, the Jewish Museum and the Habous district (the perfect place to shop for local crafts).
One of the city’s major attractions is incontestably the Hassan II Mosque. This is the tallest mosque in the world and was built at the end of the twentieth century on an artificial island. It is Morocco’s only mosque open to non-Muslim tourists.
Other experiences not to be missed by visitors include wandering around the Old Medina, discovering key buildings such as the Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus or the Twin Center towers, as well as getting to know the colonial city or the luxurious Anfa district.
Film buffs will find that Rick’s Café is the place to be. Rick’s Café is a replica of the eponymous establishment that serves as the main location for the famous movie Casablanca. This city also offers you the opportunity to enjoy traditional Moroccan dishes.
Casablanca’s fascinating seafront promenade, La Corniche, is the perfect place for a walk and to enjoy beautiful maritime views. As well as boasting a good climate, the city benefits from fantastic beaches where you can enjoy water sports such as surfing.
Casablanca is the perfect city for beach tourism, shopping and for those seeking a lively nightlife. It is home to Africa’s second largest shopping center, Morocco Mall, extending over almost 2,200,000 sq. ft.
Your Mohammed V Airport It is a communication center very prominent in connection with Europe, making this city an important business center.