IMPERIAL CASABLANCA HOTEL
The Imperial Casablanca Hotel’s foundations lie in its rich historical heritage. The building was first constructed as an American Army Headquarters during WWII. After peace was implemented, the establishment was frequently visited by Netherlands royalty. Keeping in the tradition of royalty and luxury, the building was then renovated into the current magnificent hotel, holding its roots with Art Deco interior designs, winding staircases, stylish lighting, gorgeous plant life, and tall colonnades.
The Imperial Casablanca Hotel offers a variety of rooms and suites, each complete with marbled shower and bath, flat screen TV, and minibar. The Hotel’s priority for each room is a calm and tranquil atmosphere, emphasized by its soft lighting and spacious environment. The Deluxe Rooms are pristine and modern, while the Junior Suites offer an office area for those mixing a little business with their pleasure and a lounge for relaxation. The Imperial Suite is the pride of the hotel, not only offering a lounge and office area, but a living room and dining room as well.
The Imperial Casablanca Hotel’s fine dining restaurant, the MARIUS, is a trendy modern bistro featuring foods from all over the world. With international recipes composed by a talented chef, the MARIUS offers gastronomic cuisine with one of the trendiest addresses in the city. The hotel also offers a bar that encompasses the indoors and outdoors. Delicious cocktails and hand-picked music provide a place to relax after a day of touring or shopping.
Casablanca was made famous by the 1940s movie Casablanca, starring the dashingly handsome Humphrey Bogart and the beautiful Ingrid Bergman. Live the lives of these Hollywood stars by exploring the city. Known for its impressive art nouveau architecture, many architects and planners visit Casablanca for inspiration.