Royal Mansour Casablanca
|Royal Mansour Casablanca|
Location within Greater Casablanca
|Location||27 Avenue de 'Armee Royale, Casablanca
|Number of rooms||182|
|Number of suites||23|
Royal Mansour Casablanca, formerly Le Royal Mansour Méridien, is a luxury hotel in the Old Medina of Casablanca, Morocco, located just to the northwest of Sheraton Casablanca Hotel & Towers. It opened in 1952 and was, and remains, the preferred hotel of the Moroccan Royalty and Nobility.
The hotel has a 182 rooms and 23 suites and 8 conference rooms accommodating for up to 700 people.  Its restaurants cater in Moroccan and Mediterranean cuisine and the hotel also has a piano bar and health complex with Argan oil massage facilities. The Royal Grill restaurant was renovated in the early 2010s. The hotel has 7 Presidential Suites which each cover an area of 91.5 square metres. Lonely Planet describes it as "The cream of Casablanca's crop of luxury hotels".
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