Royal Mansour, with its classic Moroccan architecture and design, stands tall and regal in the centre of Morocco’s economic capital, Casablanca. On the banks of the Atlantic Ocean, the city welcomes visitors and curiosity from all corners of the world. Situated in the shopping and commercial district of the city, Le Royal Mansour Méridien has 182 rooms and a multitude of services available for travelers’ use. The restaurants are a key attraction, with a breakfast buffet that wins over even the most discerning taste buds. Not far from the newly restored Medina, the old quarter, the Royal Mansour combines the history and unique space of Morocco with the luxury and elegance that appeals to those who make their voyages in style.
With stunning views of Casablanca’s harbor and the Hassan II mosque, Le Royal Mansour Méridien is set in the heart of the economic capital of the Kingdom of Morocco. Once a French colonial centre, Casablanca was a strategic port during World War II and continues to be an area rich in art, history, and culture. The hotel’s many amenities include meeting facilities, banquet halls, a fitness center, a spa, and La Douira restaurant, which serves classic Moroccan cuisine. Some of Casablanca’s best sites are in close proximity to the hotel, including the Place des Nations Unies, New Medina, the winding streets of the Old Medina, and the Central Market.
182 richly elegant guest rooms and suites decorated in refined Moroccan style provide old-world beauty and cutting-edge amenities for the ultimate comfort. Accented in warm earth tones, each room features a luxurious sitting area for recreation and leisure, as well as spacious work desks. Business travelers will appreciate the convenient High Speed Internet Access and satellite channels.
Available: High Speed Internet Access, Satellite Channels, Air-Conditioned Room, Room with Sitting Area, 24-Hour Room Service, Voicemail
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Serving delicious Mediterranean and Moroccan dishes in chic surroundings, Le Royal Mansour Méridien offers two outstanding restaurants and a sophisticated bar.
Le Jardin d’Hiver is a comfortable for space for all to wander in and out of. A delightful garden conservatory with a glass-domed roof, Le Jardin d’Hiver serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner with a distinctly Mediterranean flair in a casual setting. An oasis in the bustling city, the restaurant offers soothing live music, and drinks and snacks are available throughout the day.
La Douira serves Moroccan food from 7pm to 12am. Delicious cuisine and live music await you at La Douira. Exquisitely decorated, the restaurant creates a complete immersion in the rich culture of Morocco.
Le Diplomate Bar is our smooth and moody piano bar.
On the banks of the Atlantic Ocean lies the mysterious city of Casablanca, meaning “white house” in Arabic. The city has been the chief port of the Moroccan region since the rule of the Spanish Berber tribe, the Merinids, in the 14th century. Casablanca was until 1515 known as Anfa – the Portuguese destroyed the town in 1468, only to rebuild it nearly 50 years later. The name Casa Blanca did not appear until the late 16th century under the reign of Sultan Sidi Mohammed III.
Le Royal Mansour Méridien stands amidst the heart of the main shopping and commercial district of Casablanca, not far from the port and the ancient city of Old Medina. This tiny seaside city was devastated by an earthquake in 1710 and rebuilt by the Sultan 40 years later – today, it still retains its charm in the small houses and lively markets held in the squares.
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