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Morocco: Four Seasons and Atlantic Coast Hospitality open a luxury hotel in Rabat


Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, a leading luxury hotel company, and Atlantic Coast Hospitality, a subsidiary of Abu Dhabi-based real estate development company Q Holding, announce the upcoming opening of Four Seasons Hotel Rabat at Kasr Al Bahr.

Kasr Al Bahr, which means “castle of the sea,” was built in the 19th century as a sprawling royal summer palace before becoming a military hospital that closed permanently in 1999.

Following extensive renovations, the Four Seasons Hotel Rabat at Kasr Al Bahr will usher in a new era with 204 luxuriously appointed rooms and suites overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.

Four Seasons Hotel Rabat at Kasr Al Bahr will also feature seven restaurants and lounges, a spa with signature treatment rooms, an indoor pool, several resort-style outdoor pools, and extensive conference and event space.

The hotel’s thoughtful restoration was led by Moroccan architect Karim Chakor of META Atelier d’Architecture, while Roger Nazarian and Associates were selected to lead the hotel’s interior design, landscaping and design.

The establishment will be led by Gregory Viaud as general manager. He has more than 19 years of experience in a wide range of Four Seasons hotels around the world. Gregory Viaud will manage the hotel’s pre-opening operations, the second of his career after his assignment at the Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia at Comcast Center.

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