Mövenpick Announces Expansion With Mövenpick Hotel Casablanca

South Africa
South Africa

Hassan II mosque, Casablanca.Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts announced the management takeover of the 184-room Husa Casablanca Plaza located in the heart of the business district. The newly rebranded Mövenpick Hotel Casablanca is the hotel group’s third property in the colorful destination of Morocco with the scheduled opening of Mövenpick Hotel Marrakesh in early 2015.

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Renovated in 2011, the five-star Mövenpick Hotel Casablanca is located in Morocco’s largest city on the Atlantic coast. The hotel is ideal to enjoy the ancient Medina, Sacre Coeur Cathedral and Place Mohamed V. Other points of interest include the Hassan II Mosque, the Corniche and Habous Quarter.

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The style and décor of guestrooms aim to create a mood of relaxation as traditional Moroccan motifs reflect the heritage of the city. There are 184 rooms and suites including four rooms suitable for the physically impaired and one apartment. All rooms have flat screen satellite TVs, free WiFi, air conditioning and tea and coffee-making facilities.

The hotel features a rooftop pool with city views, a Spa and Wellness Center with hammam, massage and beauty treatments and is positioned and equipped to stage banquets, conferences and business meetings with a ballroom, conference hall and four meeting rooms. 

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