Everything to Know About Four Seasons’ Casablanca Hotel

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    A Moroccan lantern-lit walkway surrounded by palm gardens approaches the courtyard entrance to Four Seasons' Casblanca hotel

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    A nice choice to cap either end of a Morocco trip, Four Seasons’ Casablanca hotel offers high-end amenities in a relaxing space along the city’s scenic shoreline. If you’re looking for a great hotel in Casablanca, Morocco, you’re in the right spot. 

    We’re Fora, the modern travel agency. Our network of expert travel advisors helps you level up vacations with top-tier hotel and itinerary suggestions, insider tips and complimentary VIP perks at the best hotels around the world, including Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca. This Morocco hotel was our top-booked property in the country in 2023. 

    During a recent scouting trip to Morocco, a few of our Fora travel advisors stayed here to feel out its offerings. With our first-hand experience, we’re breaking down all there is to know about Four Seasons’ Casablanca hotel: the rooms, the dining options, the location... 

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    What’s so interesting about Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca?

    With its sleek architecture, world-class amenities and stellar hospitality, Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca is a solid homebase in one of North Africa's most dynamic cities. Since most flights to Morocco from the United States land in Casablanca first, this property is also a solid spot for a soft landing to shake off the jet lag or rest before the long flight home. 

    Sidenote: the Casablanca hotel isn’t the only Four Seasons property in Morocco. If you’re also looking for more of the best hotels in Marrakech, the Four Seasons Resort there is one of our favorites (especially if you’re visiting Morocco with kids).

    The hotel sits on the beach, offering a lax seaside retreat

    At sunset, from the point of view of Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca's roof: dozens of travelers stroll along the waterfront promenade and beach just outside the hotel

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    While many of the best hotels in Morocco reside near the ancient medinas of imperial cities, in the Atlas Mountains or deep in the Sahara, Four Seasons’ Casablanca hotel sits on a beautiful stretch of the city’s shoreline. In addition to views of the Atlantic, the immediate area offers upscale restaurants, shops and palm-lined boulevards. 

    The property is also less than 10 minutes from the Hassan II Mosque, the city’s most storied landmark — and only about 15 minutes from the Casablanca Medina.

    The interior blends Moroccan touches with contemporary design

    Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca will feel familiar if you’ve ever stayed at one of the brand’s properties. At the same time, traditional Moroccan influences are abundant here. The building is nondescript from the outside, but when you walk in, you’ll be greeted by a wide-open view of the ocean with Moroccan details throughout the interior design: intricate tilework, ornate lanterns and handcrafted furnishings alongside modern touches and amenities.

    Accommodations at Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca

    Across 185 total units, there are four types of guest rooms and six different types of suites — which offer either  beachfront, garden or hotel views. If you’re able to budget for it, we definitely recommend opting for the beach views (especially if you are coming into Morocco after a long flight and simply want to retreat to an oasis in your room). Booking with a Fora Advisor is a great way to work with an expert to pick the room that’s right for you.

    Guest rooms: Superior, Deluxe, Premier & Grand Premier

    A spacious suite with garden views and Moroccan design touches

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    Most guest rooms include the same layouts and amenities. Each has about 500 square feet of interior space, plus a small balcony. All host one marble-floor bathroom. And all either have one king bed or two twins, plus the option for either a rollaway or a crib. The only exception: twin Premier Rooms trade their balcony for extra square footage, making them ideal for families or groups interested in sharing one room.

    The difference between room types comes down to the view. Superior Rooms look out over the property’s opposing tower. Deluxe Rooms overlook the hotel gardens. Premier rooms offer a split view between the beach and the hotel courtyard. Then all Grand Premier Rooms feature beach views.

    Suites: Junior, Four Seasons Deluxe & Premier

    There's more variety among Four Seasons Casablanca’s suites, although the view will still be the biggest differentiator. All boast separate living room and bedroom areas, balconies and a powder room, in addition to one bathroom. From here, there are a few notable differences.

    The Junior option comes in at about 600 square feet, overlooks the hotel gardens and includes a king bed, plus a sofa bed or a crib. The Deluxe Suite offers 750 square feet of space, then a king bed, sofa bed and optional crib. Guests can either choose a garden or partial ocean view.

    Lastly, the Premier Suite provides a larger balcony in addition to a significant upgrade in space (about 1,100 square feet). The view and bedding options, however, are the same as the Deluxe Suite.

    Signature & Imperial speciality suites

    Comfy loungers are positioned toward a glass railing on a private terrace overlooking the hotel pool and beachfront

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    The Signature Suites’ big draw are their twin balconies — one for lounging, and one for dining (there’s another dining area indoors) — and primary bathroom. As for the view, these suites mostly overlook the pool and hotel gardens.

    If you prefer ocean views, you’ll want to opt for an Imperial Suite instead. Otherwise, these units offer all the same amenities as the prior option, plus a complimentary mini bar, daily breakfast for up to four guests and airport transfers.

    The Royal Suite

    The lone, 4200-square-foot Royal Suite is in a class of its own. From its fifth-floor vantage point, you can enjoy one of the best ocean views in Casablanca. This is best experienced on the unit's expansive balcony, which also features an indoor-outdoor fireplace. Alternatively, you can take in the view from the primary bedroom – it’s larger than a standard guest room – or the main living space, both of which feature floor-to-ceiling windows.

    Oceanside dining at Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca

    A trio of high-end restaurants – plus room service – define Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca’s dining options. It’s worth noting that the Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca does not serve alcohol due to its proximity to a mosque, but the hotel staff will happily point you toward nearby options if you’re in the mood to imbibe. 

    Latitude 33: a chic, seasonal poolside café 

    Latitude 33 is a trendy poolside café that offers a mix of local and international staples, like sandwiches and falafel rolls. 

    Note: Latitude 33 is only open in spring and summer. It is currently closed for renovations.

    Mint: fusion-Moroccan cuisine & afternoon tea

    A mix of contemporary and elevated Moroccan decor fills Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca's Mint restaurant

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    Mint leans into the local dining scene with an international-meets-Moroccan menu and aesthetic. Along with a slate of international dishes, you can try authentic Moroccan cuisine like tagines, lamb and bastilla. Mint also observes Morocco’s tradition of afternoon tea, serving guests local varieties of tea and coffee, plus pastries and other small bites.

    If you’re planning a foodie-inspired visit, checkout our guide to food in Morocco.

    Bleu: charcoal-grilled breakfast with views of the ocean & Hassan II Mosque

    Outside of Ramadan, Bleu is a breakfast-only eatery that sources its menu from all corners of the world. There’s an emphasis on charcoal-grilled meals, but Bleu generally caters to all tastes.

    During Ramadan, Bleu also hosts an Iftar buffet beginning 15 minutes before the Maghrib time.

    Amenities, facilities & services at Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca

    At dusk: vine-covered walls, palm trees and loungers surround a well-lit pool at Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca

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    Guests at Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca can enjoy a bevy of additional amenities like access to the onsite spa, gym and (after renovations are complete) pool area.

    Le Spa and complimentary steam room & plunge pool access

    Le Spa at Four Seasons’ Casablanca property offers a variety of locally inspired treatments for an indulgent experience that’s the perfect anecdote to a long flight. Examples include a marine mineral facial that sources regional ingredients, along with hammam specials that combine Moroccan tea traditions and scrubs with contemporary spa products. All Four Seasons guests can also enjoy complimentary access to the steam room and plunge pool area. The space is intimate but is a solid option to relax and unwind.

    Book with Fora to level up your stay at Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca

    Four Seasons Casablanca is a great fit for a homebase to explore the city or a temporary refuge while you prepare for the next leg of your trip. And if you want to get the very most out of your stay, book with a Fora travel advisor

    As part of Four Seasons’ Preferred Partner program, your Fora travel advisor can help to match-make you to the right room for your budget, plus make sure you get the VIP treatment during your stay (including complimentary perks). Reach out to book today.

    FAQs regarding Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca

    We’ve rounded up a few answers to common questions about Four Seasons’ Casablanca hotel. Or you can always ask a Fora Advisor for more details.

    Does the hotel serve alcohol?

    Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca does not serve alcohol out of respect for its proximity to the Hassan II Mosque. Despite its absence here, alcohol is not banned in Morocco (our Morocco travel guide explains further).

    What’s the best way to get from Casablanca’s airport to this hotel?

    Four Seasons can arrange private transfers between Casablanca’s airport and the hotel. Alternatively, your Fora Advisor can help you with arrangements.

    Is there anything interesting about the hotel’s location? What’s nearby?

    A stall at a Casablanca Medina souk selling a variety of olives, lemons and other fruits

    Image courtesy of Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca

    Absolutely: Casablanca is one of Morocco’s best places to visit

    Traditionally, Casablanca has been a destination to start and/or end your trip in Morocco, but over time, it’s becoming more and more of a tourist destination in itself. Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca sits on a waterfront promenade that also hosts upscale shops and restaurants. Then the Arts Deco district — filled with trendy cafés, boutiques and recognizable retailers — and the old medina, a more traditional Moroccan experience, are both 10–15 minutes away by car.

    Whether you’re staying for an extended amount of time to see more of Casablanca or you just need a hotel for a night, the property is a great fit. 

    Exactly how close to the beach is Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca?

    There’s virtually no separation: Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca is literally set on the beachfront. Obviously, the exact distance changes with your room. If you’re interested in an ocean view or immediate access to the beach, your Fora Advisor can make sure those boxes are checked for you when you book with them.

    If you’re planning seasonally around the weather, we have more tips in our guide on the best time to visit Morocco.)

    Are there any featured offers?

    Four Seasons regularly offers specials at all its properties worldwide. Specific deals change regularly, though. If you book your stay with a Fora Advisor, they’ll make sure you get the best available rate and value. Regardless of whether there is a specific timely offer, a Fora Advisor will be able to automatically unlock perks for you during your stay. Reach out to learn more. 

    How many rooms does the hotel have?

    A well kept suite with simple, if elegant furniture features floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook the Casablanca shoreline in front of the hotel

    Image courtesy of Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca

    There are 185 rooms at this hotel. 

    How much does it cost to stay at Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca?

    Rates fluctuate throughout the year based on the season, and will differ based on the category and tier of the room. Generally speaking, rates start at just under $400 through much of the year. Top-tier units start closer to $1,000 and up, with prices rising during spring and fall. For an exact quote, reach out to your advisor.

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