Morocco is the definition of a melting pot – home to diverse cultures and people; a country seasoned with magical mountain ranges, ancient cities, breath-taking beaches and glorious deserts. This country should be on every person’s bucket list. And if it’s not on yours yet, we guarantee it will be after you’ve finished reading this…
Marrakech is an adventure for the senses. The city was built in 1070 as the capital of the Almoravid Empire, where its red mud buildings gave it the nickname The Red City. During the 1500, Sultans found their way to the city and added ornate palaces to the landscape. Today, Marrakech is a vibrant and colorful mix of Arab and Berber cultures – where anything from design and architecture to food pays homage to these cultures. Radisson Blu Hotel, Marrakech Carré Eden can be found in the bustling Carré Eden complex. It’s a brief walk to the city’s historic sites of the medina and Koutoubia Mosque, as well as the stylish L’Hivernage Quarter – home to a few of the city’s finest restaurants and bars.
Surrounded by beautiful Art Deco Buildings, the Radisson Blu Hotel, Casablanca City Center is located within walking distance of the old medina and the main train station for those guests who want to explore. We also offer over 450square meters of modern meeting spaces and a business center for business travelers.
Casablanca, a city made (in)famous by Ingrid Bergman and Humphrey Bogart in 1942, there is much more to it than just a “Rick’s Café Américain” … While Art Deco buildings still decorate the streets as a nod to a time gone by, Casablanca has become the creative hub of Morocco –where the ambitious young flock to make a name for themselves.
Tranquil Al Hoceima
On the Mediterranean coast of Morocco, Radisson Blu Resort, Al Hoceima on the exquisite Sfiha beachfront is where your serene holiday dreams come true. If you’re looking for a longer stay along the seaside, the adjacent Radisson Blu Residences, Al Hoceima is the perfect base for you.
Al Hoceima is a dreamy location for those who want to get away from it all for a few days of R&R. Once the central military base of the Rif Wars of the 1920s, the Spanish claimed it their territory and called it Villa Sanjuor. But with Morocco’s independence in 1956, it became known as Al Hoceima. However, the Spanish culture, architecture and language are still very prevalent today.
Sun and Sea in Saïdia
Known as the Blue Pearl with 15-kilometers of spectacular coastline of golden sand and clear, blue water, Saïda simply cannot be missed when visiting Morocco.
Our 5-star beach getaway, Radisson Blu Resort, Saïda Beach caters for all types of tourists – from families with busy little ones, couples on honeymoon or that group of friends who are just getting away from it all. It has all the offerings that will make your holiday unforgettable, including pools, pool bars, golf packages, spa treatments and a Kid’s Club to keep your children busy while you laze in the sun.
Surf's Up In Taghazout Bay
Found in the eco-friendly village of Taghazout Bay, the Radisson Blu Resort, Taghazout Bay Surf Village is within walking distance of the best surf spots in Morocco. It is also home to a renowned surf academy, beach volleyball court, a fully equipped gym and spa facilities.
Time will seem like it’s going by at a snail’s pace at Taghazout Bay, where catching waves and relaxing in the sun are the only orders of the day. Here you’ll be able to disconnect from the busy, bustling world, unwind and reconnect with yourself.
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