In a Nutshell
The Four Seasons Casablanca is a luxury city hotel located right on the Atlantic Ocean, offering possibly the city’s best accommodation.
At a Glance
- Fantastic sea views
- Lovely outdoor pool and spa
- Floor-to-ceiling windows in the bedrooms
- Fine-dining restaurants
The Four Seasons Casablanca is in an area known as ‘California’ located just outside the city centre, on the beach. The hotel is not as monstrous as some city hotels because it is only five stories tall and designed in a u-shape around the gardens and pool. There are 157 rooms and 29 suites at the Four Seasons Casablanca. The interiors reflect the Atlantic Ocean. Therefore, they have used light, sand-coloured tones to almost bring the ocean and beach into your room.
All rooms have a balcony, and you can opt for Beach or Garden View rooms. All rooms have superb floor-to-ceiling windows, maximising light and the chance to gaze out. It goes without saying you have all the mod-cons such as WiFi, large TVs, minibar, climate control and 24-hour butler service. The bathrooms are superb. As with most Four Seasons hotels, they are clad in marble and have a separate bathtub and walk-in shower. It goes without saying, they provide lovely bathroom amenities.
Dining & Facilities
The dining options make use of the Four Seasons Casablanca’s position overlooking the sea. Take their restaurant Bleu, which, as its name suggests, offers fine dining drawing on Mediterranean and Moroccan influences. Mint is their main restaurant, located just off the lobby. Poolside Latitude 33 is open in the spring and summer and offers light al fresco fare focusing on salads, seafood and barbecues.
You would expect all the facilities from a Four Seasons hotel, such as a gym, spa, and large outdoor pool.
Millis Potter Insight
Firstly, the Four Seasons Casablanca is probably the best hotel in town. Importantly, a night in Casablanca is usually needed if you have arrived after a long international flight. Above all, this is when you are craving comfort, good food and an excellent night’s rest. A quick tour of Casablanca is certainly worthwhile. By comparison, the cultural highlights of Fez and Marrakech are more interesting. Even so, the city is the best showcase of Morocco’s modern side.