Your stay with a view in Casablanca

The economic capital of Morocco largely open to the Atlantic Ocean, Casablanca, now has nearly 4 million inhabitants. It is a city of contrasts where the Western civilisation's early twentieth century (skyscrapers and straight lines) coexist alongside traditional Arabic architecture; where the luxury 4x4's drive alongside carts, and items from the latest Western fashion, brush with babouches (Moroccan slippers) and djellabas (traditional Moroccan robes). Furthermore, Casablanca has one of the largest mosques in the world: the majestic Hassan II mosque.