Casablanca Holidays

Morocco’s largest city and capital respectively – do not have the wow-factor of Marrakech. Nor do they have the hordes of tourists. Casablanca features interesting art deco architecture, an attractive corniche and a humming nightlife. Rabat is more sedate but has a star attraction – the old Kasbah des Oudaïas, perched high above the Atlantic rollers. Read more.

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Featured Hotels
Le Doge - Relais et Châteaux Casablanca Morocco
5 nights from £ 820 per person Based on 2 adults including Breakfast with flights from London and transfers   info

Beautiful small Relais et Chateux art deco hotel in the heart of Casablanca.

Hyatt Regency Casablanca, Holidays in Morocco
3 nights from £ 624 per person Based on 2 adults including Breakfast with flights from London and transfers   info

A 5-star 255-room hotel in the center of Casablanca with views of the Great Hassan II Mosque and the Atlantic Ocean

Kenzi Basma
3 nights from £ 448 per person Based on 2 adults including Breakfast with flights from London and transfers   info

113 rooms in downtown Casablanca

Kenzi Tower
3 nights from £ 604 per person Based on 2 adults including Breakfast with flights from London and transfers   info

237 room hotel with views over the city including a restaurant on the 27th floor.

3 nights from £ 606 per person Based on (2 adults) including Breakfast with flights from London and transfers   info

Luxury and sophistication in the heart of Casablanca.

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With over four million people, Casablanca is Africa’s second largest city and the commercial and industrial centre of Morocco. It is a sprawling modern conurbation. The only remnants of Casablanca’s past are the 18th century sqala on the seafront and a tiny walled medina. Neglected for many years by tourists, Casablanca is attracting growing interest. It’s a city for devotees of Art Deco architecture (concentrated around the marché centrale) and for visitors who want to feel the pulse of modern, cosmopolitan Morocco.

On a holiday in Casablanca, a must-see monument is the stupendous Hassan II Mosque – the second-largest religious building in the world and one of only two mosques in Morocco open to non-Muslims. It is situated at one end of Casablanca’s famous corniche, a long curving ocean front of fish restaurants, beaches and marinas. There is a wealth of hotels in Casablanca, whether you're looking for a luxury hotel in the city or a riad holiday with a bit more authenticity on a tighter budget.