Located near the famous United Nations Square, Hyatt Regency Casablanca invites its guests to explore the rich and vibrant city of Casablanca. Spend your days visiting the breathtaking Hassan II Mosque or strolling through the bustling Habous Quarter. Immerse yourself in culture, cuisine, and history of Casablanca, then return to a relaxing room at Hyatt Regency Casablanca.
Epicenter of the Art Deco District of Casablanca, Mohamed V square is a delta of urban animations and cultural activities. Conveniently located in front of the hotel, it gives any guest a preview of the city's rich day and night activities as well as Casablanca's architectural true story and soul.
You can also (re) discover this picturesque district with Hyatt Regency Casablanca as part of our partnership with the Casamémoire association, which allows you to visit the little-known architectural and historical jewels of Casablanca residents!
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Nestled between the port and the hotel, the old medina and its small labyrinthine streets supplied with shops and handicrafts is a city within the city. Unmissable place of tourist pilgrimage, the old medina and its many merchants preserve the ancestral tradition of souks's ancient Morocco, and the economic mechanisms that governed the lives of its citizens then.
Picturesque neighborhoods designed by Marshal Lyautey, the habbous are an example of rebuilding a medina, preserving the singularity of traditional lifestyles and habits. An artisan, bookstores, cafes and shopkeepers, this district is a microcosm of the Casablanca of yesteryear, an immovable photograph of what was Morocco of the twentieth century.
Located in a building of the 40s in the historical and nerve center of Casablanca, the museum of the foundation Abderrahman Slaoui hosts and exhibits unique collections of antique jewelry, old posters, and all the remains of Morocco that is no longer whether jewelery or old paintings.
A magnificent legacy of Moroccan Jewish history, Beth El Synagogue is a sanctuary for anyone wanting to trace this essential component of Moroccan history, or simply to admire a unique architecture unique to Moroccan Judaism.
Built in the early twentieth century by the French architect Albert Laprade, the lighthouse is an iconic place in the city that gives a 360 view without equal on the metropolis. A good way to have some perspective over the white city
Parks and Recreation
This coastal area is the perfect place to stroll and enjoy stunning views of the ocean or visit one of the many restaurants, cafés, and shops nearby.
With a zoo, many rides, restaurants and shops, the park Sindibad is the promise to spend a great quality time with family! Located near the coast, it gives you the possibility to refresh yourself at the seaside after a morning or an afternoon of family games
Discover the horse racing at the Casa Anfa Racecourse, a place where golfers and riders can enjoy an environment entirely dedicated to their activities, complete with a restaurant, a club house, a swimming pool, a sauna and a bridge room.
This is an escape game that offers several scenarios to do in cooperation, with the objectif of knowing the end of the scenario and not just going out of the room. A real social experience in Casablanca!
Located near the lighthouse of El Hank, with a magnificent view of the coast of Casablanca, the capstan regales its many visitors since 1927, with a menu of great completeness and festive events frequently renewed, the Cabestan is an integral part of Casablanca’s social life.
Less than 30 meters from the Hyatt Regency, the old medina is a real human labyrinth where shops, craftsmen, street vendors, restaurants and cafes of all kinds coexist to form a living organism unparalleled in the city.
Hyatt Loves Local - Volunteer Experiences
Childcare Volunteer Program
Childcare projects in Morocco perform an important, two-sided role in society. They provide a supported developmental and growth environment for young children, and they allow parents to go to work, knowing their children are being well cared for. In disadvantaged neighborhoods, this is an important service that enabled families to be productive.
Sport and physical activity is increasingly popular in Moroccan culture, as locals have begun to recognize the value it has in personal and physical development. In addition to fostering teamwork and building social skills, the involvement in physical activity helps to alleviate delinquency among young Moroccans in developing communities.
Volunteer in schools and community centers to Teach and play a range of local sports and introduce your own from home.
The Women’s Education project aims to enable local Moroccan women to improve their literacy levels in English, French and Arabic, and to provide them with professional development opportunities. You’ll volunteer in local organizations with local women and young girls. You’ll focus mostly on education and teaching English, and sometimes French.