One More Reason to Book Business Class Seats to Morocco: the Four Seasons Casablanca
We don’t often feature Casablanca in our blogs, but it is truly one of the most unique and captivating cities to visit. With 7.25 million people flying into Casablanca’s Mohammed V International Airport each year, there are often discounted business class tickets available for the destination. As of last month, there’s also a new spectacular luxury hotel in the city: the Four Seasons Casablanca.
The only oceanfront hotel in the entire city, the Four Seasons is a marvel of plush accommodations, attentive service, intricate Arabic design and breathtaking scenery. Just 10 minutes from the business district, the hotel is a convenient retreat from bustling city activity. To add to the hotel’s unique flair, it is set into the White City’s oceanfront cliffs, and it is part of the high-end ANFA neighborhood featuring exclusive restaurants and shops. The Four Seasons is also near Hassan II Mosque, renowned for its breathtaking architecture and the tallest minaret in the world.
The hotel’s 183 guest rooms and suites are stunning, featuring all of the usual Four Seasons delights such as the Four Seasons bed, luxurious furnishings and twice-daily housekeeping service. Most rooms have balconies with incredible views of the Atlantic Ocean, the Corniche of Casablanca and other legendary local sites.
While all of the guest rooms are gorgeous, the hotel’s Royal Suite is simply amazing. Floor-to-ceiling windows and a private terrace make the most of the suite’s captivating views, and an indoor-outdoor fireplace is a soothing touch of warmth. If you’ve booked business class seats into Casablanca for a conference or event at the hotel, you’re in for a superb treat. The meeting accommodations and ballroom are sublime, with an incredibly designed ceiling filled with bespoke chandeliers and lanterns.
While on the property, be sure to take advantage of the hotel’s many amenities, especially Le Spa. Offering a refreshing aquatic experience that incorporates experience showers, the spa provides whirlpools, steam rooms, an ice fountain, a 24-hour fitness center and a full menu of spa treatments. A resort-style pool and private cabanas are located in the hotel’s fulsome gardens.
Dining and socializing on-site are equally pleasurable, with a choice of three restaurants and bars. French and Arabic cuisine and delectable libations are their specialties.
Even if Casablanca isn’t your final destination, the Four Seasons is the perfect stopover for business class flights that continue on to other North African cities like Marrakech, Algiers and Tunis.