Tourism & TravelThe Marriott Hotel opens its doors in Casablanca

The Marriott Hotel opens its doors in Casablanca


Marriott Hotels & Resorts announced on Saturday the opening of the Casablanca Marriott Hotel, its third Premium category establishment in Morocco. Located in a strategic location, the new hotel was erected in place of a well-known hotel on Casablanca Boulevard des FAR, in the heart of the city’s Art Deco district, the group said in a press release.

“With a modern and refined design, the Casablanca Marriott Hotel offers a trendy and welcoming environment, encouraging reflection and arousing creativity. An establishment combining aesthetics and comfort, audacity and uniqueness, thus reflecting the Marriott spirit. A high place that will appeal to visitors looking for elegance and modernity.”

Within the establishment, 274 rooms and 31 suites of very high standard including a presidential suite of 160 m2 and a royal suite of 190 m2 sporting a chic decoration combining clean lines and innovative style. The Casablanca Marriott Hotel has a fitness center spread over 190 m2 (open 24/7). Also at the heart of the hotel, the Greatroom, an inspiring living space finely arranged to work, relax, connect or even meet, as well as an MClub Lounge, a modern high-end private signature lounge. A true invitation to relaxation and celebration of the senses, the Marriott Spa will open its doors in 2023.

The new establishment also includes several areas dedicated to the pleasure of the table. “With the experience of the hotel group, the Casablanca Marriott Hotel offers a corporate offer of the most studied in terms of professional meetings, conferences but also the organization of receptions, both private and professional”, we conclude.

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