The Pestana Casablanca is located on the seafront in Morocco's largest city. The hotel is part of the modern Anfa Place Living Resort complex, which offers a shopping area, restaurants, cafés, a
Business Centre, a promenade with direct access to the beach and 24-hour security.
The location of this hotel allows for quick and swift access to Mohammed V International Airport and is only 10 minutes from the city centre and its business district. It is also close to the main tourist attractions such as the Hassan II Mosque, the magnificent shore-front restaurants, clubs and shopping areas, making the Pestana Casablanca the ideal place for you to discover and soak up this city.
The hotel has 83 spacious suites covering at least 60 m², each equipped with a kitchenette and the majority having a living room separate from the bedroom. This is the ideal place for your stay whether it be for business or pleasure, long or short.
RESTAURANTS AND SERVICES
We offer free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel and a guarded indoor car park where you can leave your vehicle during your stay. During your free time, take a dip in our outdoor swimming pool.
During your stay, you will be able to enjoy our transfer services to and from the airport (for a fee and upon reservation). If you need to hold a meeting or event, the Pestana Casablanca has 2 meeting rooms. Our restaurant has an optional breakfast service, subject to an extra charge and also serves lunch and dinner.
LOCATION AND DESTINATION
Casablanca is Morocco's financial capital with direct flight connections to major European, African and Middle Eastern cities. It is located 1 hour from Rabat, the Kingdom's political capital and 2.5 hours from the exotic city of Marrakesh.
Modern motorways allow for travel by land. Trains are also an option. The city is known for its diverse offering of restaurants and clubs, for the contrast between traditional commerce in the medinas and the modern shopping centres and also for the luxury shops as well as its tourist attractions like the Hassan II Mosque (the second-largest in the world) the Quartier Art Deco and the Quartier des Habous.