GA Design, Foster + Partners designs Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca

Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts announced the scheduled opening in the first quarter of the year of the Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca. Offering 186 rooms and suites, the property will be situated on the city’s oceanfront promenade. 

Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca will become part of Anfa Place, a luxury mixed-use development near the Corniche District. This is the second Four Seasons hotel in Morocco, and offers guests views of the Atlantic Ocean.

The master plan was designed by architectural firm Foster + Partners and occupies a total area of approximately 25 acres. The interior design developed by GA Design International is described as fresh, modern and layered with elements from the local culture.

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The hotel’s top floor will be transformed into a French brasserie and bar and its spa will offer guests a mix of Western and local therapies, including a traditional Hammam experience.

Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts currently has more than 60 projects at various stages of development in markets including Abu Dhabi, Kyoto, Madrid and São Paulo.

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