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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.

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