The Crowne Plaza Casablanca offers an ideal base to explore the historic city of Casablanca in Morocco.
Rebuilt over the last two centuries, the city on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, on the west coast of Morocco, is now a leading commercial and industrial hub, and the largest of the country's Atlantic seaports.
The 180-room Crowne Plaza Casablanca is a modern 16-storey building located in the financial district. Just one km from the city centre and 30km from the international airport, the hotel is a popular and convenient choice for business and leisure travellers.
The hotel is also in close proximity to places of interest such as the Mohammed V Square, the Royal Palace, the Souk Habous and the seafront promenade.
The Crowne Plaza Casablanca boasts the city's only panoramic restaurant, Al Bahia, offering traditional Moroccan cuisine and entertainment. Guests can also enjoy international dishes at the Ambassedeurs restaurant or relax to live piano music in the Ascott Bar.
The hotel's fitness centre has a rooftop swimming pool, health club with sauna and massage room, and horse-riding, tennis and golf available nearby. Further services include complimentary car parking, gift shop and dry cleaning.
With excellent conference and banqueting facilities, including a ballroom accommodating 180 people, four meeting rooms catering for both receptions and theatre-style conferences, and a fully equipped business centre, the hotel is a key venue for business travellers and event organisers.
The Crowne Plaza Casablanca also offers "Meeting Success", a global programme guaranteeing specially tailored service for event organisers.
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