As part of the master-planned Anfa Place community, which combines residential, business, shopping, and entertainment, Four Seasons Hotel brings its unique taste and rich vein of form to Casablanca.
Bathed in natural light and kissed by fresh breezes, the new Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca spills down a hillside toward the sea, with wide terraces and floor-to-ceiling windows affording sweeping ocean views in the heart of Morocco’s busiest city. For a hotel that opened in the closing stages of 2015 to be doing so well in the hospitality sector, in a huge tourist attraction location like Casablanca, Morocco, then it surely means the brand must have done its homework very well but many were not surprised when they heard the name ‘Four Seasons.’
The 183 guest rooms and suites share a range of dining and recreation amenities in a style that mixes French and Arabic traditions, which continues to be a major draw for millions around the world.
The hotel also features a chic resort-style poolside bar and restaurant,Latitude 33 , named after Casablanca’s geographic location. The al fresco dining terrace located next to the pool offers a menu specialising in ethnic specialities that were inspired by different countries residing on the 33rd parallel.
The restaurant’s design includes traditional Moroccan moucharabieh lattice screens, a dramatic open pavilion that houses a glowing circular bar, and in-floor lighting that creates the impression of a lantern. Black furniture contrasts with the white and cream lounge seating outside the pavilion. Guests can enjoy a large water feature set by the pool while listening to the sounds of the Atlantic waves.
Another major attraction for many will be the impressive westward views of the Atlantic Ocean for those who don’t compromise amazing sights and the exquisite sunset which the North African country is well known for not forgetting its blessed and warm climate.
As a hotel that represents the modern era, the Four Seasons Casablanca reflects a lushly landscaped, avant-garde architectural style combining local materials with an immense respect for its natural surroundings. The entire master plan was designed by award winning architectural firm Foster + Partners and occupies a total area of approximately 10 hectares (25 acres).
The restaurant is also open to non-resident guests with an entrance fee. Non-resident guests must make reservations 24 hours advance. For reservations contact +212 (0) 5 29 07 36 80.