Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca invited Berkeley Bespoke to celebrate romance this Valentine’s Day with an unforgettable experience. Discovering a Romantic Escape, which offered us a chance to enjoy the best of the Hotel’s facilities and its offerings. Enhancing a romantic getaway, Le Spa extended an invitation to discover an intimate moment of relaxation and bliss. Selecting from an assortment of massages, including the Romance at Four Seasons package where guests can reconnect with each other during this sublime experience made for two.
A seven course meal dinner was offered exclusively at Bleu restaurant, curated by Executive Chef Christophe Laplaza, the menu with an idea in mind to take couples on a sensual journey with dishes specifically proposed for him and her.
Starting our gastronomical experience with an appetizer such as lobster tartar and sea urchin, followed by a “terre and mer” main course including hazelnut risotto and scallops, as well as lamb shank with creamy polenta and dover sole, followed by a veal filet. A cheese dish featured goat duo and millefeuille comte cheese, and finally the meal ended with a pre-dessert and a dessert featuring passion and raspberry sphere.
Bringing a splash of style to the Casablanca coast, our world-class team in Spain oversaw the construction of an award winning hotel in Morocco.
Berkeley Bespoke have enjoyed the glamour and serenity of the White City at Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca, located oceanfront on the vibrant corniche. Just a short drive from the hotel are world-class shopping and the city’s business district. Rooms and suites featured modern décor mixed with traditional fabrics, brass work, and marble floors, with suites offering ocean views with floor-to-ceiling windows and private balconies.
The poolside restaurant Latitude 33 is open during the spring and summer, and the afternoon yea service at Mint provides an authentic Moroccan experience with local pastries, tea, and coffee. The secluded poolside cabanas provide a retreat from the city and Le Spa offers a variety of treatments with roots in ancestral Moroccan rituals, including the traditional hammam treatment with Argan oil and a black soap scrub.